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Tri-C Basketball Player Scores Conference Award

Darian CarterCuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) basketball player Darian Carter earned Division II Player of the Week honors from the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference for her performance Feb. 6-12. Carter averaged 37 points a game and sank... Read More


Exhibition at Tri-C Gallery East Highlights Role of Art Therapy in Cultural Understanding

Exhibition at Tri-C Gallery East Highlights Role of Art Therapy in Cultural UnderstandingUsing art to explore different cultures is the focus of “From Walls to Bridges: Celebrating Identity and Community,” an exhibition of hundreds of artworks on view Feb. 23 through March 21 on the Eastern Campus of Cuyahoga... Read More


Tri-C Announces New Chief Academic Officer

Karen MillerCuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) today announced that Karen Miller will become the College’s provost and chief academic officer after being named executive vice president of Access, Learning and Success. She had served in... Read More


Tri-C Culinary Students Compete in Soul Food Competition

The Jemima Code: The Evolution of Soul FoodHelp crown the top soul food cook at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) by taste-testing dishes prepared by culinary students in the College’s Contemporary Soul Food Competition. The cooking challenge will be held 6-8 p.m.... Read More


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Katie McBeath among local skaters to perform at Public Square ice show

Katie McBeath with her silver medal from the 2014 U.S. college championshipsKatie McBeath, the skater who “put Tri-C on the figure skating map” in 2014, will be among the local performers taking to the Public Square ice Saturday afternoon for a free public show. The 1:30 p.m. show is headlined by... Read More


Sports production pilot program nears end of successful first year

Two students setting up a camera before a basketball gameWhen you watch a game on TV, you usually hear just two voices – the play-by-play announcer and the color commentator. But what seems on the surface like a two-man operation actually takes the collective work of dozens of trained... Read More


Professional development: Why it matters, and how Corporate College can help your achieve your goals

Businessman ascending staircase that morphs into an arrow“An honest day’s pay for an honest day’s work.” It’s an axiom that has been long held by employers in the American workplace. Employees want fair compensation for their time and effort.... Read More


William Gary: 'Manufacturing is now very high-tech'

William GaryManufacturing is an industry working toward an image update, according to several local executives, including Cuyahoga Community College’s William Gary. Gary, Tri-C’s executive vice president of workforce, community and... Read More


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