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2014 October 30 - 02:52 am

A Look at Faculty Activities from around the nation

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Tallahassee Community College’s (Fla.) Fine Art Gallery hosted an opening reception for an exciting new art exhibit. “The Figure as Vehicle” will open for public viewing at the reception. The exhibit will continue through Dec. 11. Artists Marsha de Broske and John Carollo filled the gallery with two- and three-dimensional works.
2014 October 13 - 08:31 pm

News For and About Community College Faculty

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Barbara Ward, nursing professor and program director at Florida SouthWestern State College, has been selected to join the 2015 Leadership Charlotte class by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. Ward has been involved with the Punta Gorda medical community for the past 32 years.
2014 October 13 - 08:31 pm

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

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excellence by maintaining a GPA of 3.0 in all courses attempted and completed and show financial need. The Women’s Club of Weiss Lake is a community organization that serves Cherokee County; its aim is to enhance the quality of living in the community. Its members.
2014 October 1 - 09:15 pm
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Kimberley Duff, a psychology professor at Cerritos College (Calif.), is the winner of the American Psychological Association’s 2014 Excellence in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at a Two-Year College or Campus Award.
2014 October 1 - 09:15 pm

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

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In 2001, Donovan retired from her professional racing career with the world championships in Vail, Colo. Now that her racing career is over, Donovan has returned to college at Santiago Canyon College Because she is juggling college with motherhood and her new business, iChoose- Bikes, where she focuses on women’s mountain bike events,.
2014 September 16 - 05:07 am

Faculty focus, faculty activities, faculty showcase

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Stacey Brown, Florida South- Western State College professor and Human Services Program director, has been credentialed as an approved clinical supervisor from the Center for Credentialing and Education. Brown will hold this credential through 2019.
2014 September 16 - 05:07 am

For-Profit Education Pioneer Leaves Lasting Higher Education Legacy

“Dr. Sperling’s indomitable ideas and life’s work served as a catalyst for innovations widely accepted as having made higher education more accessible to adult students,” his son, current Chairman Peter Sperling, and Chief Executive Officer Greg Cappelli said in a statement on the Apollo website.
2014 September 16 - 05:07 am

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

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Wanda Dantzler, chair of Cincinnati State’s surgical tech program, right, and Katherine Wolfer, a faculty member with the program, left, pose with the NBST- SA Certificate of Merit in the reception area of the college’s Division of Health and Public Safety.
2014 September 7 - 08:33 pm

A summary of Faculty Activities from around the nation

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Epperson, professor in sociology at St. Louis Community College-Meramec (Mo.), participated in the sixth annual Summer Institute for Faculty’s “Teaching Peace in the 21st Century” at the University of Notre Dame.
2014 September 7 - 08:33 pm

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

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25-year history of OTC, gets things done.” The article highlighted Higdon’s focus on workforce training and online offerings as well as his expansion of allied health programs. The article praises Higdon for boosting OTC’s significance with area employers and increasing the college’s enrollment by 44 percent since his arrival.
2014 August 20 - 08:44 pm

A look at faculty activities across the country

Wake Technical Community College nursing professor and clinical coordinator Linda Tyler has been selected as one of the Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina for 2014. Tyler was chosen by The Great 100, Inc., an organization recognizing nursing excellence and providing scholarships to students across the state.
2014 August 20 - 08:44 pm

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

The GTCC team, made up of five culinary arts students, claimed the national title in the Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl on July 27. The competition was part of the American Culinary Federation National Convention in Kansas City. Missouri. This is GTCC’s first national win in the competition.
2014 July 22 - 09:55 am

A look at faculty engagement at community and junior colleges

Sheila Matthews, a human services professor at Kellogg Community College (Mich.), has received the 2014 Outstanding Faculty Award from the Michigan Community College Association.
2014 July 22 - 09:55 am

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

a team event. Seventeen GTCC students and 11 faculty advisors attended the contest in Kansas City, Mo. and competed in 14 different contests including dental assisting, CNC milling, aviation maintenance technology and collision repair technology.
2014 July 15 - 11:24 am
Lone Star College-Montgomery (Tex.) history Professor Craig Livingston, was recently honored when his latest book was awarded the 2014 Best International Book by the Mormon History Association . Livingston was presented with this distinction at the MHA annual conference.
2014 July 15 - 11:24 am
Illinois Valley Community College President Jerry Corcoran, left, is joined by Marquette Academy’s 2014 “Running Start” graduates Carolann Wackerlin, Christian Lovetree, Antoinette White, Paul Jones, Casey Wheatland, Jacob Martini and Marquette Principal Brooke Rick.
2014 June 23 - 04:07 am
Former CSCC President Carl Hite recently received the Michael Bennett Lifetime Achievement Award from Phi Theta Kappa.. Pictured from left to right: Larry Burns, PTK advisor; students Heavenly Rodriguez and Hailey Eakin; Hite; students Lenzie Mabe, Jonathan Durichek and Jeremy Hood; and Holly Shiveley, PTK advisor.
2014 June 7 - 09:36 pm
Anne P. LaVance, director of the Delgado Community College’s (La.) Pharmacy Technician Program, has received multiple honors from educational and industry organizations. LaVance has been named chair of the Pharmacy Technician Committee on the Executive Board of the Louisiana Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
2014 June 7 - 09:10 pm
They will go on to compete for the national title in Kansas City, Mo. in July. This is the third win for GTCC. This year’s team included: Aisha Boston, Jessica Bower, Alexia D’Egidio, Kirsten Darnley and Michael Nasrallah. Patrick Sanecki, assistant professor of culinary arts at GTCC, and Michele Prairie, culinary instructor at GTCC, coached.

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