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CCC’s Harmony West building on the Harmony Community Campus in Milwaukie opened to students Jan. 8.
CCC’s Harmony West building on the Harmony Community Campus in Milwaukie opened to students Jan. 8.
CCC opens Harmony West building (Photo) - 01/16/18

OREGON CITY -- With two science labs, a computer lab, study space and a crime lab, the completion of Clackamas Community College's Harmony West building signals a great opportunity for people in Milwaukie and beyond to access a state-of-the-art education.

The building, adjacent to CCC's Harmony East on the Harmony Community Campus, opened for winter term on Jan. 8. Students who are in the college's allied health programs can now take all their courses on the Harmony Community Campus rather than commuting to and from the Oregon City campus.

The new facility allows CCC to growth its Health Science, workforce development and general education offerings. The college's Criminal Justice program is now also housed in Harmony West.

The $21.7-million project was funded through a 2014 voter-approved bond, as well as an $8-million match from the state of Oregon.

"In 2012, the college went out to the community and area businesses and asked what they needed from CCC. We dreamed how to fill that need, and we determined it had to be within the parameters of being flexible, community oriented and fiscally sound for now and in the future. I believe this building gets it right," CCC President Joanne Truesdell said.

Harmony West replaces the 61-year-old former OIT/Dale Ickes Junior High building. It is three floors and totals about 43,000 square feet, featuring classrooms, labs, community event space and a bookstore.

The community is invited to a grand opening on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 4 p.m. for a short ceremony, refreshments and self-guided tours of the building. Harmony West is located at 7738 SE Harmony Road, Milwaukie.

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Clackamas Community College News - 01/11/18

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Tim Cook
Tim Cook
CCC to host president candidate forums (Photo) - 01/02/18

OREGON CITY -- The Clackamas Community College Board of Education has announced the finalists in the college's president search and invites the public to participate in a series of public forums to meet the candidates, ask questions and provide input. The current president, Dr. Joanne Truesdell, is retiring her position at the end of June 2018 after serving in higher education for nearly 40 years.

The forums are all open to the public and will be held in the Niemeyer-Osterman Theatre on the Oregon City campus, 19600 Molalla Ave., at 4 p.m. each day with an informal reception from 5 to 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 17
Tim Cook -- Clark College vice president of instruction, Washington. Cook has been at Clark College since 1997 and has served in many positions, including counseling faculty, division chair and acting dean of student success and retention. He has a doctorate in higher education administration, with an emphasis in community college leadership from Oregon State University.

Jan. 18
Jessica Howard -- Portland Community College Southeast Campus president, Oregon. Howard has been PCC's Southeast Campus president since 2012. Prior to this role, she served as vice president of academic affairs at San Antonio College, where she previously taught music and humanities courses as a faculty member and department chair. Howard holds a doctorate in performance studies from New York University.

Jan. 22
Chris Haines -- Phoenix College interim president, Arizona. At Phoenix College, Haines has held positions as vice president and dean of student affairs. Prior to joining Phoenix College, she served as interim associate dean of enrollment services at South Mountain Community College. Haines has a master's degree in educational counseling from Northern Arizona University and is working on her doctoral degree in educational leadership/higher education at Northern Arizona University.

Jan. 24
J Michael Thomson - Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus president, Ohio. Thomson came to Cuyahoga Community College from Northern Kentucky University in 2005 when he was hired as the dean of academic affairs at its Western Campus. At Northern Kentucky, he served as political science faculty and department chair. He earned a doctorate in political science at the University of Kentucky.

To learn more about the candidates, visit www.clackamas.edu/PresidentSearch. For questions, contact President Search Liaison Amanda Coffey at 503-594-3257 or amandac@clackamas.edu.

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Mom by Leslie Nemour
Mom by Leslie Nemour
Alexander Gallery exhibit inspired by rebellious women (Photo) - 12/21/17

OREGON CITY -- Clackamas Community College will host "Lessons From the Dark," an exhibition by California-based artist Leslie Nemour, in the Alexander Gallery, Jan. 8-Feb. 2.

The painter's exhibition is inspired by her childhood fascination with women on the movie screen. She worked to capture rebellious personas of women in roles such as tomboys, sex kittens, aristocrats and servants, all using projector screens as her canvases. Her compositions explore the validity of both heroic and unscrupulous characters.

Nemour is an associate professor of art at MiraCosta College. Her work has been show nationally and is supported by the UCROSS Foundation and Social and Public Art Resource Center.

An artist's reception will be held Jan. 17, noon-1:30 p.m., in the Alexander Gallery, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City. The gallery is free and open to the public Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., with the exception of campus closures.

For more information, contact Kate Simmons at kates@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3032.

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Attached Media Files: Mom by Leslie Nemour