DOUGLAS — The Cochise College Aviation Department recently partnered with Envoy Air in a pilot mentoring and hiring program under an agreement signed in early September. The Pilot Pipeline Program will help Cochise aviation students transition from the college to a first officer position with Envoy, a regional airline carrier based in Irving, Texas. Under […]
The annual publication reception of Mirage, the Cochise College Literary and Arts Magazine, is from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Bisbee Community Y, located at 26 Howell Street in Old Bisbee. Authors will read from work published in Mirage 2014 and, if there is time, from other pieces. Visual artists published […]
The Cochise College Art Department showcased artistic talents of students and adults of all ages at its inaugural street art festival in Douglas last weekend. The event held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Friday, Oct. 10, and Saturday, Oct. 11, on the pavement in front of the Walmart was themed “Celebrating Education in the […]
Cochise College biology students and instructors shared two undergraduate research projects at the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI) National Poster Session last month in Washington D.C. Students Oscar Diaz and Blake Suarez, along with instructors Tasneem Ashraf and Edmund Priddis, answered questions from session attendees and displayed posters detailing their bean beetle and wildlife […]
By Dr. J.D. Rottweiler I am proud to serve as the 11th president of Cochise College. Each of us, serving in this position, has been faced with the challenges and opportunities of the time. However, the first two Cochise College presidents shared in the opportunities and challenges typically reserved for one individual. One broke ground; the […]
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Fine Arts and Humanities Departments at Cochise College will offer free screenings of the film “Cesar Chavez” and display photographs of the civil rights leader and labor organizer taken by Cochise College photography instructor Cathy Murphy. Directed by Diego Luna, the film chronicles the biography of Cesar Chavez, who became […]
The Cochise College Douglas Campus is closed Wednesday, Oct. 15, due to a power outage. All Douglas Campus classes and activities are canceled until power is restored. All non-essential personnel should remain off campus. The campus is expected to be open as usual Thursday, Oct. 16.
Cochise College will be closed Monday, Oct. 13, in observance of Columbus Day. Regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., resume Tuesday, Oct. 14, at all campuses and centers. To find more important dates and deadlines, check out the Academic Calendar.
The eighth annual Pit Fire Festival, featuring a large-scale pit firing of more than 1,000 ceramic works alongside a wide array of performing artists, is from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, on the Cochise College Douglas Campus. The free event transforms the Douglas Campus Art Department ceramics studio and surrounding area into […]
Cochise College has designated smoking and tobacco-use areas for students, visitors and employees at its campuses and centers. New policies permit the use of cigars, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes and chewing tobacco only at specific outdoor areas on campus or within an individual’s personal vehicle. The use of these products is prohibited inside all college facilities. […]