Randolph Community College (N.C.) Foundation President Ann Hoover was honored with a Council for Resource Development Benefactor of the Year Award at the organization’s 48th annual conference held at the Hyatt Regency in Washington, D.C. Only six people from across the country were chosen as recipients of the award.
facility. City officials said Manchester’s relationship with NICC has grown closer in large part to Wee’s authenticity and passion for education, noting that the president attends welding program graduation ceremonies to personally congratulate the students on their achievements.
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.
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,.
“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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
scholarly work by the honors program/college students of its member institutions. Flores, who attends The Honors College at LSC-North Harris and is president of the LSCS Honors College Student Organization, completed a research project which examined issues affecting cultural landmarks like Mueschke Ceme-.
before Mihailescu won a 2014 undergraduate transfer scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, which will provide her with as much as $30,000 a year for up to three years to complete her bachelor’s degree. She was among 85 finalists selected from 3,705 applications representing 737 community colleges.
National Exposition held at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Enactus is a A community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.