Bryant holds both her bachelor’s degree in history and English and her master’s degree in English from Mississippi University for Women; a master’s degree in business administration from Columbus State University; and an Institute for Management of Lifelong Learning certificate from Harvard University.
OTCC Table Rock Campus. (Mo.) Davis has served as vice chancellor for advancement, student affairs, strategic planning, and as executive director of the OTC Foundation for the past 10 years. Davis holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in communications from Missouri State University.
as visiting professor and special assistant to the president for the fall 2014 semester. Morgan, a longtime professor of mathematics at Williams College, is currently on sabbatical and is spending six months at BCC serving as an adjunct mathematics...
At Stockton College, she served as interim dean of baccalaureate and graduate programs in the School of Health Sciences and as executive director of the new Center for Community Engagement. She earlier was a faculty member at the Medical College of Georgia, Thomas Jefferson University and Harrisburg Area Community College.
all academic, student conduct, and support programming. In his new position, Montague will be responsible for recruitment, admissions and registration, orientation, student records, as well as student development and activities for WCC. He holds a Ph.D. in higher, adult, and lifelong education from Michigan State University.
executive director of Indiana Education Roundtable. He also served as senior adviser for the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning and a consultant for Complete College America. Clark earned his bachelor of arts in education, master of arts in american history and doctorate in american history from Purdue University.
services, financial aid, counseling and veterans services. Berry will also supervise the Student Activities Department. Berry has more than 20 years of experience in higher education, most recently as the chief student affairs officer for Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College, which share the same campus.
coordinator. After receiving her GED diploma, LeBrun continued her education by earning an associate degree from Meridian Community College in 2004; a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Mississippi State University-Meridian in 2006; a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction in adult education with emphasis in distance learning at.
became director of infrastructure services before accepting his current role in January 2010. Owens earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from East Carolina University, where he also completed a master’s in business administration.
There, she worked to reduce waste college-wide, developed community partnerships and created training materials for students, faculty and staff. She is certified as a LEED (Leadership in Education and Environmental Design) accredited professional in building design and construc tion.
from Oregon State University. In addition, he’s a graduate of the University of San Diego’s Paralegal Program, Harvard University’s Management Development Program, and is currently pursuing a second doctoral degree at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara.
College (Pa.). He went on to serve as dean of students and dean of instruction before being appointed vice president of MiraCosta College. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from College of Wooster, a master’s in college student personnel, and a doctorate in administration and higher education, both from Michigan State University.