West Hills College-Lemoore News
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- West Hills College Lemoore Earns Two Grants from National Science Foundation
West Hills College Lemoore has earned two grants to fund teacher preparation and STEM education: ...
- CSUF president speaks at West Hills College Lemoore - Hanford Sentinel
Witte said the college has seven departments for students at Fresno State. She said animal science and agricultural education is one of the largest programs for stude ...
- Former West Hills College Lemoore President Don Warkentin dies
West Hills College Lemoore president Don Warkentin, left, welcomed former First Lady Laura Bush, right, onstage in September 2011 ...
- Former West Hills College Lemoore President Don Warkentin dies - Fresno Bee
Former West Hills College Lemoore President Don Warkentin died Monday, just one month after retiring from the college that he helped build from a collection of trailer ...
- Free emissions test offered at West Hills College Lemoore - Hanford Sentinel
Valley Clean Air Now (CAN) and the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution District are hosting a free car emissions test and diagnostic inspection event at West Hills Co ...
- West Hills College Lemoore names new president - Fresno Bee
West Hills College Lemoore named a new president on Tuesday: Kristin Clark, an administrator from Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. Clark, who ...
- West Hills College Lemoore ranked top in region - Hanford Sentinel
In the article, USA Today also mentioned West Hills as being one of the area's best performers in distance education, such as online courses. The report said the ...
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