28 Apr 2015

Speculative Fiction - Escape or Message?

Speculative Fiction - Escape or Message?

The genres of science fiction and fantasy, sometimes classified as subgenres of a broader class called “speculative fiction” or SF, have hit the news lately.  The press covered an acrimonious dispute between those who think that the literature should return to its roots and concentrate on adventure and entertainment and those whom the first group believe have let “message” take priority over entertainment.

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21 Apr 2015

Heritage University offering tuition discount to graduate education students

Heritage University offering tuition discount to graduate education students

School districts in the Yakima Valley say qualified teachers are still in demand.  Now, Heritage University is looking to meet it, by offering a tuition discount to those who want to be teachers.  KIMA learned how the deal works.

Watch the video as it appeard on KIMA TV.

 

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21 Apr 2015

Secrets to staying in Yakima after graduation

Secrets to staying in Yakima after graduation
I have the pleasure of serving in the Office of Advancement for Heritage University and working primarily with alumni. My favorite part of my position is seeing all the opportunities in Yakima. Yakima is an amazing balance of opportunities between a big city and small town setting.  
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21 Apr 2015

Heritage University partners with Wenatchee Valley College to offer four-year degrees at WVC

Heritage University partners with Wenatchee Valley College to offer four-year degrees at WVC
Heritage University has announced a partnership to offer four-year degrees in business administration, criminal justice and early childhood studies at Wenatchee Valley College’s Wenatchee campus.
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20 Apr 2015

Web suffixes are not what they use to be

Web suffixes are not what they use to be
I often encounter students who tell me that their instructions have told them not to use .coms, and to use .orgs or .edu or .govs instead.  I understand the intent. Students need to learn to be discriminating in their use of web resources, and the origin or affiliation of a website is an important component of evaluating its credibility. But telling them this is not helpful.
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