Pima Briefs

New Northwest Campus building receives architectural honors

January 29, 2015

By TANISHA KNUTZEN Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus was honored with inclusion in the American School & University’s 2014 Architectural Portfolio. In April 2014, the new building opened its doors with 49,000 square-feet of space for the expansion of Pima’s science and occupational programs, which is a rapidly growing area for the northwest Pima County […]

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Feb. 3 Speakers’ Series talk will explore forensic DNA

January 29, 2015

By EMERY NICOLETTI Pima Community College will open its 2015 Speakers’ Series on Feb. 3 with a presentation about forensic DNA analysis by biology instructor Christian Wilson. He will discuss how DNA testing is used to solve crimes. “I usually give a brief overview of DNA, then show the audience how the DNA analysis is […]

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Therapy dogs offer ‘study paws’

December 8, 2014

Students looking for a break from studying for exams and finishing final papers can visit a therapy dog at the West Campus Library. Therapy dogs of all sizes and breeds, along with their handlers, will be in the foyer area outside the library from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Dec. 10-11 and Dec.15-16. The West Campus […]

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TV channels broadcasting ‘Talk the Beat’ forum

December 4, 2014

TV broadcasts of a Nov. 6 forum held at East Campus, “Talking the Beat: Approaches to Policing, Ancient and Modern,” will be aired in December. The round-table discussion explored the history of policing, from ancient times to modern-day tactics. PCC-TV taped the forum, and will air programs at 6 p.m. on COX 121 and Comcast […]

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Pima news briefs

November 13, 2014

Produce sales begin Nov. 15 A monthly event that allows participants to pay $10 for up to 60 pounds of fresh produce begins Nov. 15 at Downtown Campus. Produce on Wheels With Out Waste will take place from 8-11 a.m. in the north parking lot. Those buying produce are encouraged to use what they need […]

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Pima News

October 2, 2014

Compiled by Mariana Ceja PCC to host student town hall Oct. 7 Pima Community College students are invited to participate in a free town hall on Arizona’s economy Oct. 7 from 3-6:30 p.m. at Community Campus Room A109-112. PCC will host a satellite broadcast of a statewide Future Leaders Town Hall on Arizona’s economy. “This […]

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Pima news

May 8, 2014

‘Study Paws’ at West Campus   Finals week is fast approaching. Tests bring stress, and the possibility of a meltdown. Rather than letting stress consume you, consider stopping by the West Campus Library to relax with therapy dogs during a “Study Paws” event. The therapy dogs will visit the library on May 13-15 and 19, […]

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Students in the News

April 24, 2014

Scholars earn national recognition Three Pima Community College students have been selected to the 2014 national Coca-Cola community college academic teams for Phi Theta Kappa Society.   Eric Humphrey, a pre-medicine major, and Pamela Contreras, an international business management and marketing major, were selected as silver scholars. They will each receive a $1,250 scholarship and […]

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Pima News

April 10, 2014

Club hosts Science Night April 19 Pima Community College’s Chemistry Club will host its first-ever Science Night on April 19 at East Campus from 5-9 p.m. Participants can experience hands-on activities in chemistry, biology, physics and astronomy. The Chemistry Club and East Campus are partnering with Dietz K-8 School to bring in more than 100 […]

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Pima News

March 27, 2014

International Community Day The Downtown Campus Learning Commons and Student Life will host its first International Community Day on April 3. The event will take place from 1-5 p.m. in the Learning Commons and Free Speech Area. Activities will spotlight the diversity of Pima students and educate the community about different cultures from around the […]

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Veteran’s Center dedication set for March 14

March 13, 2014

By NICK QUIHUIS The new Veteran’s Center at Pima Community College’s Downtown Campus will be dedicated March 14 at 11:30 a.m. in room RV-150. The ceremony will include guest speakers, a color guard and light refreshments. Following the ceremony, visitors and students may tour the center and meet with PCC’s student-veterans. With a growing number […]

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Pima Briefs

February 27, 2014

Committee seeks graduation speaker A Pima Community College graduation committee is accepting applications for student speakers for the May 22 commencement ceremony. The application deadline is March 24. Applicants must be receiving an associate degree for the Spring 2014 semester. Other requirements include detailing involvement with PCC and a summary of the possible speech opening. […]

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CAMPUS BRIEFS

February 13, 2014

Group sponsors ‘Villains & Heroes’ bake sale The West Campus Pima Pride club will hold a “Villains & Heroes” bake sale on Feb. 13 from 11:30 a.m.-2:15 p.m. in the book store lobby. Decorated lollipops will be sold for $1.50. The hero-theme treats represent people who love Valentine’s Day, while the villain theme represents those […]

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Pima Briefs

January 30, 2014

Nurses receive certificates By Michael Anderson Eleven students received their practical nursing certificates in a ceremony at Pima Community College’s Desert Vista Campus on Jan. 15. The event included a Practical Nurse Pinning Ceremony, complete with a candle-lighting and recitation of the “Nightingale Pledge.” Practical nursing is among the nearly two-dozen certificate programs offered by […]

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PIMA BRIEFS

November 14, 2013

Trayvon Martin: Do We Look Suspicious? Pima Community College will host a “Project Hoodie” panel discussion on racial profiling, gun laws and criminal justice on Nov. 15 from 9-11 a.m. at Downtown Campus in the Amethyst Room. The college is cosponsoring the event titled “Do We Look Suspicious?” along with the Center for Community Dialogue […]

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