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Kirkwood Collaboration Offers Insight to Manufacturing

Students Gain Valuable Knowledge in Manufacturing Programs at Kirkwood Manufacturing Tours Highlight Employment Opportunities in the Corridor Cedar Rapids, Iowa (October 15, 2014)—Kirkwood Community College in collaboration with the Advanced Manufacturing Sector Board present the Advancing the Future tour of area manufacturing facilities throughout the corridor, October 20 – 23. Manufacturers will open their doors […]

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The Eagle5 for the Month of October 2014

A look at the top five news stories for Kirkwood Community College for October 2014.

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Kirkwood Awarded Nearly $1 Million Dollar Federal Grant

Funds part of $15 million grant applied for by consortium of community colleges Cedar Rapids, Iowa (October 8, 2014)-Kirkwood Community College will receive nearly $1 million in federal grant money as part of a larger $15 million grant awarded to all 15 of Iowa’s community colleges. The funds will be used to by Kirkwood to […]

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October Student of the Month: Pasoari Widiastuti

Tell us about your background: If was ever a girl who wanted to travel the world, it would be me. I am an international student from Indonesia. Two years ago, I was an exchange student at Washington High School. Before coming here, I was passionately curious about my future. As a kid from a developing country, […]

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Washington County Regional Center Dedication Oct. 9

Event celebrates new 40,000 square-foot, $9 million facility serving region Washington, Iowa (October 2, 2014)–Kirkwood Community College will hold a grand opening and open house to mark the completion of the new Washington County Regional Center on Thursday, October 9, from 3-6 p.m. Washington county leaders, college officials and members of the community are expected […]

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Unique Makers of our Evolutionary History

Connections forum highlights research on the natural history of human infectious disease Pathogens and parasites have evolved in intimate relationships with their human hosts, and have often played central roles in human population history. Notably, human pathogens evolve with surprising rapidity, quickly exploiting novel niche introduced by shifts in human behavior or ecology. Andrew Kitchen, […]

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