Native students in urban areas face challenges. Highline’s Tanya Power and colleagues from local school districts aim to help them succeed.
What does it take to help students succeed? Read Dr. T.M. Sell’s take on providing opportunities for all in our community.
Ay Saechao began college as a geology major, but while discovering his cultural history as a Mienh American, he uncovered his true calling.
Highline’s Bob Baugher shares how his father’s near-death experience more than 40 years ago set him on a path that defined his career.
An event that happened over 50 years ago reminds Green even today of the importance of showing up, or being fully present, in her work.
Dr. Rolita Ezeonu shares how her family history led to her passion for advancing social justice and equity and helping marginalized groups access higher education at Highline College.
Highline’s Joshua Magallanes explains why understanding the intersections of identity that we all hold is vital to building inclusive learning environments and transformational leaders.
Highline College’s Liz Word shares how her background shaped her heart and soul, propelling her work with underrepresented students in higher education.
Highline College’s Tanya Powers shares her thoughts on the misconceptions about the American Indian and Alaskan Native populations living in King County.