With support from the Universal Design for Equity and Accountability in Learning (UDEAL) grant, three YVC STEM students and two faculty members recently traveled to Anaheim, Calif. to participate in the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS).
Each year Yakima Valley College selects a nominee to represent our college in the annual All-USA Academic Team competition. This year, engineering student Carlos Trejo-Perez was selected.
Esmeralda Diera was selected as YVC’s nominee for Washington state’s Transforming Lives Award. Each year, the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT) Awards Committee recognizes the accomplishments of nominees from each of the state’s community and technical colleges for
Yakima Valley College’s engineering program is one of the best kept secrets in the valley, according to Kevin Carlascio, who teaches part-time in it while serving as a Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Survey Supervisor and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
After a nearly three-year hiatus, YVC’s STEM Day returned this January with a bang. The event brought hundreds of elementary school children and their families to campus for a fun-filled day of hands-on activities introducing them to science, technology, engineering