KIRKLAND, Wash. - Lake Washington Institute of Technology's (LWTech) Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management program has been ranked the 11th most affordable supply chain management program in the U.S. by University Headquarters (UniversityHQ). This is the first time the college has been included in this ranking. LWTech's Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management (TLSCM) program is designed for the working professional; classes are offered in a hybrid format, in person in the evening one night per week, and are taught by senior industry managers, many of whom are military veterans. Students in the TLSCM program can earn a Bachelor of Applied Science in Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management (BASTLSCM) and a Certificate of Completion in Business Management. The BAS degree typically takes two years of full-time study to complete.Read More
KIRKLAND, Wash. – The Board of Trustees for Lake Washington Institute of Technology will hold their next meeting on Monday, September 13, 2021. The Trustees will hold their retreat from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and their regular business meeting from 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. via Zoom. Dial-in coordinates as well as the meeting agenda are available on the college website. All Board of Trustees meetings are open to the public.Read More
Public Hearing on proposed revisions on Tuesday, August 17, 2021. The hearing will be held from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and held in the West Building President's Board Room, W305E, and also on Zoom. An overview of the proposed revisions will be provided by Dr. Ruby Hayden prior to taking comments. Written comments will be accepted until 5 p.m. on August 10, 2021. Following the hearing, Dr. Hayden will prepare a memorandum summarizing the testimony. The President's Executive Cabinet will review the comments and written submissions. The new rule will become effective on September 18, 2021.Read More
KIRKLAND, Wash. -Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) students Diandra Dunham and James Carlisle have been named to the 2021 Phi Theta Kappa All-Washington Academic Team. Dunham is a first-generation college student in the Business-DTA program at LWTech. She has been involved in leadership of the college's Phi Theta Kappa chapter where she previously served as president. She has great interest in digital accessibility and is currently a member of the college's Digital Accessibility Committee. After college, Dunham hopes to pursue a career in IT Management.Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - The Board of Trustees of Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech), has awarded tenure to nine faculty members: Dr. Barcin Acar, Dr. Cathy Zupke, Christine Turpin, Dr. Kimberly McClure, Michelle Judy, Dr. Narayani Choudhury, Dr. Sharon Raz, Sue Wozniak and Todd Bagaason.Read More
Kirkland, WA. -Lake Washington Institute of Technology's (LWTech) associate of applied science degree in Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technician (DHET) has been approved as an endorsed Career Launch Program by Career Connect Washington. "This is a great endorsement as it recognizes that LWTech's DHET program is 'designed to position young adults to enter promising careers.' Even in uncertain economic times, there will always be a demand for highly skilled heavy duty equipment and diesel technicians," said Dr. Amy Morrison, president of LWTech. "We believe creating direct pathways from college directly into the workplace will create a stronger economy."Read More
Kirkland, WA. - For the fourth time, Lake Washington Institute of Technology's (LWTech) TRIO program has received a renewed Student Support Services grant from the U.S. Department of Education for $536,733 for an additional five years. LWTech's TRIO program provides tutoring, financial literacy and academic advising to more than 300 students who are low-income, first-generation (neither parent nor guardian has a bachelor's degree and neither does the student), or are students with disabilities.Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), the regional accreditation body for the Northwest, has reaffirmed Lake Washington Institute of Technology's (LWTech) accreditation for another seven years. Accreditation by the NWCCU Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality evaluated through a peer review process. LWTech's accreditation was reaffirmed in January 2020.Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - Yesterday the Board of Trustees of Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech), the only public institute of technology in Washington state, granted tenure to three faculty members: Thomas Abbott, Elisa Parrett and Benjamin A. Meyer. The Trustees held a special meeting in March to award tenure to Catherine England. Abbott teaches Computing and Software Development and holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Washington. Parrett teaches English and holds a Master of Arts in English from California State University Sacramento, Meyer teaches Design and holds a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Iowa State University, and England taught Basic Education for Adults and held a Master of Education in Adult Education and Training from Seattle University.Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) students Rebecca Rundle and Iuliia Dmitrieva have been named to the 2020 Phi Theta Kappa All-Washington Academic Team. Rundle is a 3.95 GPA Nursing student who found her passion for nursing while working as a licensed medical technician in Haiti. Through hard work and determination, Rundle worked her way up from being a volunteer to an emergency department technician. After college, Rundle plans to work in a nursing leadership position in a hospital environment.Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - The Board of Trustees for Lake Washington Institute of Technology will hold their next meeting on Monday, May 4, 2020 from 12 p.m. until 3:30 p.m., via a Zoom. Dial-in coordinates are available on the website. All Board of Trustees meetings are open to the public. The meeting agenda and minutes are available on the website.Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - Last Fall, Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) participated in #RealCollege Survey, a survey sponsored by The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice at Temple University; to assess basic needs among college students. The survey was emailed to approximately 3,500 LWTech students. Of those who responded, 41 percent experienced food insecurities, which the National #RealCollege Survey, 2019 defined as, "Limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe food, or the ability to acquire such food in a socially acceptable manner."Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - The Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) Board of Trustees nominated LWTech graduate, Carina Clark, for the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT) Transforming Lives Awards. The award recognizes current students or graduates from Washington state community and technical colleges who have transformed their lives through education at one of the state's community and technical colleges. "It is the great honor of the Board of Trustees of LWTech to proudly and unanimously nominate Ms. Clark for the 2020 ACT Transforming Lives Award," said Laura Wildfong, chair of LWTech's Board of Trustees. "Ms. Clark has overcome significant barriers to achieve her educational goals. She is exactly the kind of student the community and technical college system is designed to serve."Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - The student team from Lake Washington Institute of Technology's (LWTech) Computer Security and Network Technology (CSNT) program recently placed fourth out of more than 530 colleges and universities at the National Security Agency's (NSA) Codebreaker Challenge online competition. The competition was comprised of various tasks for students to achieve increasingly difficult and complex intelligence capabilities. The NSA describes it as, "A hands-on opportunity to develop their reverse-engineering / low-level code analysis skills while working on a realistic problem set centered around the NSA's mission."Read More
Kirkland, Wash. - Answering industry demand, Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) has created a Biomedical Device Assembler Certificate program. LWTech is one of two colleges in the country that provides this program, with the other college being in Florida. Developed, with direct input from companies like Stryker, LWTech's Biomedical Device Assembler Certificate program was designed with the most relevant and direct-needed skills that will make students successful in a variety of applications, including: assembling biomedical equipment products; proper installation of electronic, optical, and mechanical components; quality inspection and auditing; product finishing; reading blueprints and engineering drawing schematics; and learning lean manufacturing processes.Read More
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