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Lisa DeLaby,
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  • Instructor Launches Internship Program
    Cindy Dawson, local businesswoman, Butte College instructor as well as a current student, recently offered six well-deserving Butte College Horticulture and Agriculture students paid internships at her business, Gardens Galore. The internship program is funded through the Workforce Investment Opportunity Act, administered through the Alliance for Workforce Development in Chico. The Paradise nursery is located inside her mother's business, Déjà Vu Antiques &

  • Athletes Signing Day
    Four student athletes from the Butte College Roadrunner football team have signed scholarship offers. Kasshawn Terrell, Chicago, IL, a defensive lineman, signed with the University of Northern Colorado. Zachary Troughton, Maxwell, CA, signed with Boise State University as offensive tackle. Raja Nijim, Chico, CA, signed with Greensboro College as a center. Frank Trent, Oakdale, CA, signed as a half back with Benedictine. All four had grade point averages above a 3.0 and had m

  • New Vice President Named
    Butte College has named Virginia Guleff as its new Vice President for Student Learning and Economic Development. She will begin her new position January 3. Guleff was officially appointed to the position at the Butte College Board of Trustees meeting November 16. "I am honored to serve Butte College in this role and for the opportunity to further the college's outstanding work in providing educational opportunities to our rural students," said Guleff. Guleff and her team

  • Student Leaders Connect with Silicon Valley Industry
    A select group of Butte College students confirmed they have what it takes to be leaders in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers during a special invitation-only conference. The 13th Annual Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Student Leadership Conference, themed "The New Face of STEM," was held recently. Students engaged in a number of creative activities designed to sharpen their professional skills. They

  • Butte College Ranks #19 Top College Farm in the Nation
    In celebration of Farm to School Month, Butte College has been ranked #19 out of 60 college farms in the nation by OnlineCollegePlan. The 2016 Farm to School Month's theme is "One Small Step," to demonstrate that anyone-no matter how big or small-can impact and get involved in the local food production. Established in 2010 by the United States Congress, Farm to School Month provides demonstrations of the vital importance of farm to school pro

  • Nominations Now Open For Outstanding Alumni of the Year
    The Butte College Foundation is now seeking nominations for Outstanding Alumni of the Year with the deadline now through November 1. Each year the Butte College Foundation selects deserving alumni to receive our Outstanding Alumni Award in recognition of outstanding personal and professional achievements. The deadline to nominate outstanding alumni is November 1, 2016. Two recipients will be selected and honored at the Butte College Spring G

  • Alumnus Awarded Scholarship
    Butte College alumnus Michael Shoemaker was selected as a 2016 scholarship recipient by the California Community College Men's Basketball Coaches Association (CCMBCA). Shoemaker, representing the northern region, received $500 and is attending the University of California at San Diego on a full ride student-athlete scholarship.

  • Two Butte College Directors Receive Awards from California Community Colleges Board of Governors
    Two Butte College Directors were the recipients of individual awards during the California Community Colleges Board of Governors 2016 Energy and Sustainability Awards. Maria Elena "Nena" Anguiano, Director of Butte College's Math, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program, was honored with the Board of Governors Faculty/Student Initiative Award. Ken Albright, Butte College Director of Facilities

  • Inspiring Scholars Open House October 20
    Inspiring Scholars is a program for current and former foster youth who attend, or have the goal of attending, Butte College. An open house celebrating a new location will take place at the Inspiring Scholars offices on October 20, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Butte College main campus, 3536 Butte Campus Drive, in the Media Center, Room 121, located directly behind the library. The public is invited to meet current and former foster youth, staff, and learn a

  • Agriculture Students Win Essay Contest
    Three Butte College Agriculture students each received $150 for their publication-ready essays on cover crops in Northern California, which they submitted to an essay contest sponsored by Greg Baker Agronomic Consulting. The winning students were Juan Lemus, Ryan Hall and Ingrid "Dani" Dijkhuizen. Baker's company is based in Gridley, California and works with growers and industry professionals to provide accurate, scientific data about new materials through

  • Art Gallery Presents "Whitespace - Bluespace" Exhibition
    The Butte College Art Gallery Presents, Whitespace-Bluespace - Televisual Memory and the Implied Catastrophe, an exhibition of experimental glitch photography (digital monotypes) by New Mexico artist Ren Adams. The exhibition begins Wednesday, October 5 through Thursday, October 27, 2016. A gallery reception will take place on Wednesday, October 5, from 4 - 6 p.m. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.

  • Student Health Clinic
    The Butte College Student Health Clinic has a new medical director, Ross W. Tye, MD. Dr. Tye received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina and has 32 years of medical experience in emergency, urgent care and family practice. In addition to his medical expertise, he is also a medical researcher and holds a Ph.D.  in biochemical research from U.C. Berkeley. Dr. Tye replaces long-time medical director Dr. Terrence Fraters who retired earlier this month.

  • Education Bond Measure on November Ballot
    The Butte College Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to place a local education bond measure on the November 8, 2016 ballot following community input from Butte and Glenn County residents.

  • Students Win at National SkillsUSA Competition
    Butte College students won a national career and technical education competition placing first and second place in engineering and robotics categories. Competing with over 6,000 competitors from across the country, the engineering, technology and design team won a gold medal at the national SkillsUSA competition in Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Baseball Players Receive Scholarships
    Five Butte College baseball players: Travis Anderson, Tevin Cadola, Justin McMurtrey, Alec Barba, and Jackson Murphy signed to play baseball at five separate colleges this week.

  • Students Excel at Business Concept Competition
    Butte College students excelled during rigorous competition at the 2016 Future Four Business Concept Competition held last month. The competition was put on by the Center for Entrepreneurship at California State University, Chico and featured 13 teams from eight different schools across the country.

  • Book In Common 2016-17
    Butte College President Samia Yaqub and California State University, Chico President Paul Zingg announced that the Book in Common for Academic Year 2016-17 will be "My Life on the Road," by renowned feminist leader, Gloria Steinem.

  • Oral Interpretation Students Win at NFCA Tournament
    Butte College Oral Interpretation students competed at the Northern California Forensics Association (NFCA) Spring Fling Tournament with 17 other colleges.

  • Prosthetic Hand Made by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Students
    In The News: A group of Butte College students are literally giving a helping hand to children in need.

  • 47th Annual Commencement Ceremony
    Butte College will mark its 47th Annual Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m

  • Instructor Inducted into the CCCAA Hall of Fame
    Fran Babich, Health, Kinesiology, and Athletics instructor at Butte College, was inducted into the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Hall of Fame recently.

  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Students Earn Awards
    Honor Society students Benjamin Mallory and Erin Bridges (pictured) were selected to be members of the All-California Community College Academic Team.

  • Automotive Students Advance Nationally
    Butte's Automotive students attended the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference held March 31- April 3 in San Diego. Butte College Auto students earned 5 Gold, 3 Silver, and 1 Bronze medals.

  • Art Gallery Seeks Entries For 34th Annual Juried Student Art & Design Exhibition
    The Art Gallery is organizing its 34th Annual Juried Student Art & Design Exhibition featuring student art from the last two years and is now seeking entries now through Thursday, April 21, with a submission fee of $5 per entry.

  • Earth Day Celebration
    The Butte College Sustainability Resource Center (SRC) will host an annual Earth Day celebration, on April 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Activities will be held at the Butte College main campus.

  • Butte College Drama Department Presents "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    beginning May 4-8 at the Butte College Main Campus, Arts Building, 3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville. Mischief meets merriment in the fresh reimagining of Shakespeare's most popular romantic comedy.

  • Apply Now for Summer Session and Fall Semester 2016
    It's time to apply for Summer Session and Fall Semester 2016 classes at Butte College.

  • WordSpring Creative Writing Conference
    Come let your imagination bloom at the 5th annual WordSpring Creative Writing Conference April 23.

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