PCC Chancellor Lee Lambert, describes the steps the college is taking to reverse their current probation. Navajo Farmer Ethelyn Ashley, discusses the effects of water shortage. Jane Bakos, CEO of St. Elizabeth's Health Center, discusses the Affordable Care Act's registration deadline. Violence Prevention Specialist Megan Mckendry, speaks about the changes regarding sexual assault reporting.
Jim Richardson, Organ Pipe National Monument Interim Superintendent, explains how border policies have impacted the park. Mayors Adriana Badal of Bisbee, and Francisco Tarazon Curlango of Cananea, discuss working together. Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation president, Demion Clinco, gives us a tour of Broadway Blvd. Lee Lambert discusses his new position as Pima Community College chancellor.
Lee Lambert, chancellor of Pima Community College, discusses why he chose to come to Pima along with their role in STEM and career tech education. Sapna Gupta from the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, talks about the importance of technical and STEM education. Also, Lynda Gallagher and Bob Perez from Carondelet Health Network discuss how JTED and career tech ed programs help their workforce.
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