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Cybersecurity in Kitsap is done by students thanks to Pisces program through WWU

Cybersecurity in Kitsap is done by students thanks to Pisces program through WWU

Local college programs are working to fill the gaps in the cyber security industry. According to a CNBC article published Nov. 1, cybersecurity firms are… Continue reading

 

Port Orchard student earns WWU scholarship

BELLINGHAM — Western Washington University student Claudia Luz Rocha, daughter of Pascual and Yadhira Rocha of Port Orchard, has received the $20,000 David T. Mason… Continue reading

 

Rick McPherson, a lecturer of management at University of Washington, exits the fast ferry in Bremerton as part of a two-day study mission co-sponsored by the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Business and government leaders celebrate Kitsap-King connection

Delegation visits here — via the fast ferry, of course — for two-day economic familiarization tour

Rick McPherson, a lecturer of management at University of Washington, exits the fast ferry in Bremerton as part of a two-day study mission co-sponsored by the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)
Members of North Kitsap High School’s Class of 2017 are jubilant as they arrive for graduation, June 9, at North Kitsap Stadium. (Angie Donovan/Kitsap News Group correspondent)

‘Reach for Tomorrow’: Hundreds are graduating from area high schools

POULSBO — Seven North Kitsap schools and more than 550 high school and college graduates. West Sound Academy was first to host commencement exercises for… Continue reading

Members of North Kitsap High School’s Class of 2017 are jubilant as they arrive for graduation, June 9, at North Kitsap Stadium. (Angie Donovan/Kitsap News Group correspondent)
More college students are coming. Where they’ll live is the question

More college students are coming. Where they’ll live is the question

POULSBO — Poulsbo will soon need more student housing. Lots more, if Western Washington University has its way. WWU discussed its plans to increase its… Continue reading

More college students are coming. Where they’ll live is the question
A first for WWU: University’s board of trustees meets in Poulsbo

A first for WWU: University’s board of trustees meets in Poulsbo

“Go Where the Students Are” was the thematic thread. It was an appropriate message

A first for WWU: University’s board of trustees meets in Poulsbo
Western Washington University presentation shows Poulsbo as the epicenter of education for WWU on the peninsulas.                                WWU/Contributed

Poulsbo the epicenter of education on the peninsulas

From Port Angeles to Gig Harbor, “College Town” is shaking up education with its 2+2 programs

Western Washington University presentation shows Poulsbo as the epicenter of education for WWU on the peninsulas.                                WWU/Contributed

Poulsbo cyber range is a first for Washington

POULSBO — Think of it as a shooting range for cyber security personnel. By year’s end, the Western Washington University campus at Poulsbo will be… Continue reading

Northwest College of Art and Design relocating to Tacoma, expanding degree programs

POULSBO — After more than 20 years at its hillside estate location just outside Poulsbo’s city limits, the Northwest College of Art and Design has… Continue reading