Billing, NACCTEP president (College of Western Idaho), Ashley Simpson, NACCTEP vice president (Community College of Aurora) and Dakota Guerrerro, NACCTEP student board representative (College of Western Idaho) traveled to Washington D.C.
Learning Summit remains a working retreat for college teams to focus on improving and expanding learning at their institutions, now with the stated aim of helping colleges accelerate progress on these efforts.
The Southwest Seminar for Great Teaching is a participant centered seminar for college teachers that taps the expertise of those in attendance. Attendees leave with a wealth of information and teaching tips that can be readily applied in their classes.
League for Innovation in the Community College is pleased to announce that the 2018 Innovations Conference will be held March 18-21, in National Harbor, Maryland (just 8 miles south of Washington D.C.). All conference events will take place at the Gaylord National Resort & Conference Center.
Colleges and the communities they serve. RCCA also provides a network for peer learning through conferences, campus/-community visits, and technical assistance. Visit the website to view the schedule and to register or to become a sponsor or exhibitor www.
Students’ academic, personal, and career success has never been as important in higher education as it is today. Student persistence to completion has become a component of strategic planning goals at institutions across the globe.
Enterprises; Lonnie Johnson, president and founder of Johnson Research and Development Co., Inc; Michael Brown, president of Barrick Gold USA; Carol D’Amico, executive vice president for mission advancement and philanthropy at Strada Education...
The Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) provides the opportunity for potential community college presidents or those in transition, to analyze their abilities, reflect on their interests, refine their skills, and engage in leadership discussions with an unparalleled faculty of community college leaders from across North America.
The Southwest Seminar for Great Teaching is unique and unlike most teaching conferences. This seminar is based on the premise that college faculty are a rich resource that needs to be tapped via a format which encourages learning from each other.