Clark College honoring seven
new tenured instructors
Clark College has awarded
tenured status to seven instructors, reports Clark's president
Bob Knight. A reception honoring
Clark College's newest tenured instructors is 4 p.m., Monday, April 28,
in the college’s Penguin Student Lounge, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way. Tenure
is awarded by the Clark College Board of Trustees to instructors who
have exhibited professional excellence and outstanding abilities in
Earning tenure were the
Lori Ellerbroek, nursing. With
the college nursing department since 2001, Ellerbroek is a graduate of
the University of Portland and earned a masters degree in nursing from
Oregon Health and Science University.
Kanchan Mathur, mathematics.
Mathur is a graduate of Delhi University and holds a masters degree and
doctorate from the Indian Institute of Technology.
April Mixon, chemistry.Mixon is a graduate of Shippensburg University and holds a
masters degree in chemistry from Oregon State University.
Katherine Saddler Nancy
Julian Nelson, German. A faculty
advisor for the college German Club, Nelson is a graduate of San
Francisco State University and earned a doctorate from the University of
Katherine Sadler, history. Sadler
joined the history department at Clark in 2005. She graduated from
Portland State University and earned a doctorate from the University of
California at Los Angeles.
Nancy Sheppard, nursing. Sheppard
earned an associate degree in nursing from Lane Community College and
continued her education at the University of the State of New York and
upon graduation earned a masters degree from the University of Portland.
She holds a post-masters certificate as a family nurse practitioner from
George Washington University.
Ian Titterton, culinary arts.
Titterton is certified by the City and Guilds of London Institute. He
holds a bakery science technician's certificate from the London Borough
Polytechnic. He is certified by the American Culinary Federation as an
executive pastry chef and culinary educator. Titterton is a former
executive chocolatier at Moonstruck Chocolates, Portland, and a former
lead instructor at the Western Culinary Institute.
Larry Ham named C-TRAN
Larry Ham, C-TRAN operations
planning supervisor, has been chosen as 2007 Employee-of-the-Year,
reports C-TRAN executive director/CEO
Ham, who has been with C-TRAN
since 1994, was cited for his work in helping implement the most
far-reaching service changes in the transit agency’s history. Ham was
responsible for the closure of the 7th Street Transit Center in downtown
Vancouver and the subsequent outreach program with downtown merchants
and the public.
Ham last year was named
Employee-of-the-Month following the successful work he did in opening up
C-TRAN’s shuttle service to the Amphitheater at Clark County.
Over six percent of concert
goers used the service, which resulted in eliminating then frequent I-5
The Felida Neighborhood
Association is holding its annual meeting at 7 p.m. this evening in the
Felida Fire Station, 11600 NW Lake Shore Avenue.
<>Michael Allen Harrison and
Barbara Roberts headline the 3rd
annual School of Piano Technology for the Blind benefit concert at 7
p.m. Thursday, April 24, in the Hilton Vancouver Washington. Admission is $25.
For further information, call 693-1511.<>The Southwest Washington Blood Program is holding blood drives
Thursday, April 24, from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Underwriters Laboratories,
2600 NW Lake Road, and from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Riverview Community
Bank, 3307 Evergreen Highway, Washougal.
East county businesses are sponsoring a Thursday morning seminar for
business people through the Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce, from 8
to 9:30 a.m., Thursday, April 24, in the Camas Police community room.,
2100 NE 3rd Street. To register for the $10 seminar, call
834-2472, or email
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
(4/19)—4:30 p.m. CVTV U. of P. at OSU (live baseball)—5 p.m. KKAD
Port of Vancouver Commissioners (4/22)—6:30 p.m. CVTV Baltimore at Seattle Mariners (live)—7 p.m. FSN, KFXX
Bravo! Vancouver: Triple Crown—9:30 p.m. CVTV
Nez Perce Reconciliation Ceremony (4/19)—11:30 p.m. CVTV
Sondheim’s Into the
Heather Melton expanding
Fruechtel and Karen
Liberty out on the
afternoon town. <>Jon
Russell giving a great
big Washougal welcome. <>Doug
Anderson working the
room. <> Wednesday,
windy, light rain, 44-49. Thursday,
a few showers, 42-55. Friday,
mostly cloudy, 44-54.
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