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Western president announces retirement plans

After serving as president of Western Technical College for 28 years, Lee Rasch will retire on June 30, 2017, at the end of the current academic year. A national search for the seventh Western Technical College president will soon be underway.

Read more: Western Technical College president announces retirement

Brown Co., schools announce new STEM Innovation Center in Green Bay

UW-Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and Brown County have announced the creation of a new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Innovative Center — a collaborative community effort to support science and engineering programs.

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Western Technical College unveils the new Coleman Center

The opening of the new Coleman Center at Western Technical College increases classroom space by 22 percent. The remodel began in 2013 as part of the 2012 referendum approved by voters.

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GTC, Cardinal Stritch sign concurrent enrollment deal

Gateway Technical College and Cardinal Stritch University have signed an agreement that allows GTC nursing students to be concurrently enrolled at Cardinal Stritch. Once a nursing student earns their associate’s degree, they can then take classes towards their bachelor’s degree in nursing at Cardinal Stritch.

Read more: Gateway Technical College, Cardinal Stritch University Pen Enrollment Deal

100 come to learn safety at CVTC Business & Industry open house

CVTC's third annual Business & Industry Safety Day drew more than 100 individuals from across the state. The event provides an opportunity for engineers, students and safety professionals to network around the topic of safety in the workplace. 

Read more: Training at CVTC hopes to spread the word about safety

WITC completes Health Sciences Department remodel

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College students enrolled in the Health Sciences Department at the Ashland campus will be able to enjoy vastly improved facilities due to a $900,000 remodeling program that was recently completed. The project also includes the WITC Conference Center and lounge.

Read more: Remodeling improves WITC facilities

LTC launches Promise Scholarship program

Lakeshore Technical College is launching its LTC Promise scholarship program for area high school graduates aimed at helping cover their tuition costs and fees. The scholarship will pay for the portions of a student’s tuition and fees not already covered by other scholarships and state and federal grants.

Read more: Lakeshore Tech unveils new scholarships

Western unveils new Integrated Technology Center

Western Technical College held a Grand Opening event for its newly completed Integrated Technology Center. The new structure brings together six programs that were previously spread out in different locations, creating a new space for a total of 25 manufacturing programs to help prepare students for the workforce.

Read more: New Integrated Tech Center holds chain cutting ceremony at WTC

WCTC signs transfer agreement with Cardinal Stritch University

Waukesha County Technical College and Cardinal Stritch University have entered into an agreement that allows WCTC associate degree graduates to transfer credits they’ve earned at the college and apply them to a Stritch business degree. The partnership will give students a chance to earn their degree online, at WCTC, or a combination of the two.

Read more: Waukesha County Tech, Cardinal Stritch University enter into new partnership

Western receives $1 million grant to give at-risk youth second chance at education

Western Technical College has received a $1 million YouthBuild grant in order to give youth a second chance at education. The U.S. Department of Labor gave grants to organizations in 35 states to provide job training and educational opportunities for at-risk youth between the ages of 16 and 24.

Read more: Western receives $1 million as part of national program targeting at-risk youth