Tags » Puc

BART Gets Green Light To Use New Passenger Cars

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — After several delays, BART officials were given the green light late Wednesday night by the state Public Utilities Commission to put 10 new passengers cars into service. 277 more words

News

A Conversation with Dr. Kent Davis, PUC's 2017 Educator of the Year

On April 27, 2017,  the PUC Church sanctuary was packed full of students, faculty, and staff, all excitedly awaiting the announcement of PUC’s next student-selected Educator of the Year. 1,139 more words

Pacific Union College

#FacultyFriday: Meet Robert Wilson

For this week’s #FacultyFriday feature, meet Dr. Robert Wilson, associate professor of chemistry. Dr. Wilson has taught at the college since 2012 and specializes in analytical and inorganic chemistry. 497 more words

Pacific Union College

Three Ways to Solve Issues with Your Roommate

By Kaleb Zenk

Where’d all the dishes come from?
Rooming with someone we don’t know particularly well can leave us at odds: stressed out, worried, and full of anxiety! 666 more words

Pacific Union College

Lower corporate tax may mean lower power, heating bills

Oregon utilities expected to pass savings to consumers

The federal tax package signed into law this month may mean a break in heating and electric bills for Oregon consumers, according to the Oregon Public Utility Commission. 43 more words

Bend Bulletin

#FacultyFriday: Meet Backil Sung

For this week’s #FacultyFriday feature, meet Dr. Backil Sung, a professor of biology who has taught at the college since 2012. Previously, he worked as an associate professor in the department of natural sciences at Atlantic Union College; as an instructor in the department of anesthesia and critical care at Harvard Medical School; and as an instructor in the department of rehabilitation and physical therapy at Sahmyook University in Seoul, South Korea. 505 more words

Pacific Union College

Merry Christmas from Your Enrollment Counselors!

As 2017 winds down to a close, we’re taking time to reflect back on the past year and look forward to what the new year will bring. 335 more words

Pacific Union College