Our Very Excellent Week
LWTech had an excellent week by any standard. More than 400 students graduated in a variety of fields, an engineering team beat the odds and placed well at an international competition and the college's I-BEST program was profiled in a story about what colleges are doing right.
Senior Students Enter College-Style "Shark Tank"
LWTech MMDP students enter the "Shark Tank" this week as they prepare to present their final two-year projects to a panel of industry experts for review on June 13.
BAM and LWTech present Intelligence Made Visible
The Bellevue Arts Museum Lake Washington Institute of Technology present a visual and varied showcase of multimedia and multi-dimensional design from June 20-22.
Culinary Student Wins National Kitchen Contest
LWTech culinary student Ana Kasparova won the international "Global Taste of Korea" competition held May 31, 2014 at the Art Institute of Seattle.
Adobe Day 2014
Industry innovation meets job preparation at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in a meetup mashup on May 14 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The MMDP program hosts a panel of experts and break-out sessions on trends, tools, portfolio design and the flipped classroom.
LWTech Science Instructor Wins Prestigious State Award
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges has awarded Jo Nelson the Anna Sue McNeill Assessment, Teaching, and Learning Award, to recognize her contribution to going above and beyond to coach and mentor to grow better students and educators.
Celebrate Mom at LWTech's Wine Dinner
The Culinary Arts and Wine programs host their second seasonal wine dinners. The "Wine Dinner" features culinary student creations and some of the best wines of the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy a savory amuse bouche, followed by four exquisite courses, each paired with local wines from Woodinville-based Patterson Cellars.
LWTech and Cascade Water Alliance Create Unique Irrigation Conservation Program
Lake Washington Institute of Technology is partnering with Cascade water Alliance to deliver five training sessions on irrigation systems for the college's Environmental Horticultural program