The 39th annual Alvin Community College (Texas) Fall Festival took place on the ACC campus on Oct. 25. The event included games, arts and crafts and food booths sponsored by local businesses and campus clubs and organizations. The Fall Festival also featured a costume contest, hosted by the Alvin Nursing Student Association.
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.
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.
for employment when they graduate. A total of $10 million was awarded to a consortium led by Central Arizona College and partners GateWay Community College’s Maricopa Skill Center, Estrella Mountain Community College’s SouthWest Skill Center, and Eastern Arizona College.
This fall is the second year of enrollment declines for the Hilo campus. Hilo saw a 2.9 percent drop, while the flagship Manoa campus had a 2.5 percent decrease. The system’s new West Oahu campus saw enrollment increase by 12.7 percent..
Full of energy and bursting with comedy and fun, this international hit features more than 80 all-time favorite hits from Madonna, Michael Jackson and even Mozart. No instruments, no sound effects — just eight incredible, talented singer-comedians.
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.
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...
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.
Duke Energy is the largest electric power holding company in the United States with more than $110 billion in total assets. Its regulated utility operations serve about 7.2 million electric customers located in six states in the Southeast and Midwest..
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Officials of Hinds County Community College say they will dispose of a grenade launcher acquired under a Defense Department program to designed to disperse surplus military equipment..
Laughter, music and applause could be heard in a classroom recently in the School of Nursing and Center for Science at Wallace State Community College. (Ala.) All were the result of a workshop for students interested in helping to educate youth on safety and wellness through the Children’s of Alabama’s Kids on the Block Troupe.
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.
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.
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,.
Students from DCCC’s Heating Technology class inspect the new Lennox equipment donated to the college. Students shown (from front to back) are Victor Rangel, Carson Boles, Matthew Cox, Devin Dowell, Javier Tavera and Juan Jimenez. At right is Instructor Bruce Bowman.
Ivy Tech students are generally older than other college students and many divide their time and money between school, families and work. More than half qualify for federal financial aid for low-income students..
Rican spokesperson, educator and civil rights activist Edwin Pagán Bonilla will speak at Raritan Valley Community College (N.J.) as part of the College’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month theme is “Hispanics: A legacy of history, a present of action and a future of success.