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Penguin Profile: Billy Henry

Billy Henry

This Clark student started his own nonprofit at age 15  Cast your mind back to your high school physical education classes and ask yourself: How many of those activities could you have done blindfolded? Basketball? No way. Relay races? Only if someone made significant changes to the way it was organized. Dodgeball? Please. Small wonder,…

Managing Change

Jane Beatty

Clark hires an experienced leader to as its new Director of Change ManagementIn anticipation of upcoming statewide changes to the community and technical college system, Clark College recently hired experienced manager Jane Beatty to help guide the college through what will be a complicated but beneficial transition. Beatty has been hired to oversee changes occurring…

Thirty Years of Beauty

Clark art instructor’s work featured in solo showClark art instructor Stephen Hayes is having a 30-year retrospective at Lewis & Clark College’s Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art. The show opened September 10 and runs through December 15. “I have admired Stephen’s work since I met him more than 20 years ago, when I was the…

Honoring Excellence

Five faculty members named Exceptional Faculty Award winners      Clark College President Bob Knight announced the recipients of the 2013 Exceptional Faculty Awards during the 2013 Commencement ceremony on June 20; they were presented with engraved plaques during Opening Day on September 11. This year, five faculty members—two part-time instructors and three full-time professors—received…

The End of an Ara

Ara farewell

More than 100 guests gathered to say goodbye to Clark College Foundation’s Ara Serjoie, who has accepted a position in California, and to share funny and touching memories of their relationships with him during an August reception at Gaiser Student Center. Jan Oliva, a philanthropic partner of Clark College and community leader, called Serjoie a…

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