Chesapeake College News
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- Chesapeake College named Better Building Partner
WYE MILLS — The Department of Energy honored Chesapeake College Thursday, Feb. 27 for its strides in energy efficiency as part of the Better Buildings Challenge through the ...
- Seahawks still perfect in conference with win over Chesapeake
WYE MILLS — Maryland’s preseason favorite in men’s junior college basketball remained perfect in conference play Friday ...
- Chamber prepares for economic summit
CENTREVILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce and county commissioners are now only weeks away from the Project ...
- Chesapeake College Foundation receives $15000 grant - My Eastern Shore
From left, Del. John F. Mautz IV; Sen. Addie Eckardt; Paige Tilghman, director, Talbot Office of Economic Development; Elizabeth Devlin, director of Grants, Chesa ...
- Ride for Clean Rivers planned at Chesapeake College - My Eastern Shore
WYE MILLS â€” The Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy wants you to know that it is not too late to register or create a team for the 12th annual Ride for Clean Rivers â ...
- TCPS Leadership Team holds summer meeting at Chesapeake College - The Star Democrat
EASTON â€” Talbot County Public Schools held a summer Leadership Team meeting Monday, July 18 at Chesapeake College. The Leadership Team comprises the superintendent, ...
- Chesapeake College graduates 304 - The Star Democrat
WYE MILLS â€” â€œIt took grit to be here,â€ ...
- CBMM, Chesapeake College collaborate on welding project - The Star Democrat
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum volunteer Jim Meholic and Chesapeake Community College welding instructor Mike Lyons worked collaboratively to restore the crab dredgin ...
- Commissioners hear Chesapeake College funding request - My Eastern Shore
CHESTERTOWN â€” At the Kent County Commissioners meeting Tuesday, April 26, Barbara Viniar, president of Chesapeake College, presented the school's annual budget re ...
- Chesapeake College Announces New Agriculture Degree Program - WBOC TV 16
WYE MILLS, Md.- When you think of the farmer, the image that probably appears in your head is Grant Wood's "American Gothic." Farming looks simple from the ou ...
- Chesapeake College unveils new agriculture degree - The Star Democrat
The Mid-Shore's Chesapeake College, which has undergone an extensive overhaul recently as part of its 50th anniversary ...
- Working Artists Forum to open Spring Memorial Show at Chesapeake College - The Star Democrat
... 12:00 pm. . WYE MILLS â€” Chesapeake College will host the Working Artists Forum from April 4 through May 2 for its Spring Memorial Show at the Todd Performing Arts Center.and ...
- Chesapeake College to Offer Two-Year Ag Sciences Degree - Lancaster Farming
WYE MILLS, Md. â€” Chesapeake College has announced that beginning in the 2016 fall semester, students may enroll in a two-year program leading to an Assoc ...
- Chester man named to Chesapeake College Board of Trustees - The Star Democrat
WYE MILLS â€” Christopher Garvey of Chester was recently appointed to the Chesapeake College Board of Trustees. A Severna Park native, he is the president and C ...
- Chester man named to Chesapeake College Board of Trustees - My Eastern Shore
WYE MILLS â€” Christopher Garvey of Chester was recently appointed to the Chesapeake College Board of Trustees. A Severna Park native, he is the president and ...
- Greenhouse production conference coming to Chesapeake College - The Star Democrat
The workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, March 3, at the Chesapeake College campus at the Higher Education Center, HEC110. Topics will ...
- Chesapeake College sues Caroline commissioners - My Eastern Shore
Chesapeake College President Barbara Viniar said the college's board of trustees voted to take legal action against the Caroline County Commissioners to estab ...
- Tires slashed at Chesapeake College - The Star Democrat
Posted: Monday, February 1, 2016 12:15 pm | Updated: 4:36 pm, Wed Feb 3, 2016. . WYE MILLS â€” Four tires valued at $1,500 were slashed on Friday, Jan. 1 ...
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