Technology, Engineering, and Math) workshop at CCCC’s Harnett Main Campus. The workshop series was called “Tech Like a Girl,” which introduces young females to careers in science and engineering. This was the first workshop of that series.
civic and cultural lives of area residents and the prosperity of local and regional businesses.” MCC President Gena Glickman noted that the ICEO and the faculty fellow are an important part of the college’s mission. She is pleased to see Hurston pick up the torch.
He completed his residency in 1978 and moved to North Platte, joining the staff of Great Plains Regional Medical Center, now Great Plains Health, as a general surgeon. He retired from his surgery practice in 2006. Bonnie worked as a computer programmer for Mutual of Omaha while Bob was in medical school and again during Bob’s surgery residency.
Today, six additional colleges and universities are partnering with Collin College in the national grant renewal including Florida State College Jacksonville, Fox Valley Technical College (Wis.), Georgia State University, Lansing Community College (Mich.
Student authors are asked to describe a faculty member, staff member, or administrator who encouraged him or her to complete a course, finish a semester, or graduate from college, and describe how that encouragement helped him or her reach their goal.
Teacher of the Year during its annual conference in Kansas City. Both the national and regional awards are designed to recognize outstanding contributions to business education by a postsecondary business educator. Chittick has taught business classes at NPCC for 20 years.
has been an active participant in AAWCC programs over the years, presenting on data-savvy decision making and on decisions about leadership transitions, and participating in the organization’s CEO Network. Prior to joining Achieving the Dream in 2015, Stout was president of Montgomery County Community College (Pa.
Regional Chancellor Thomas Coley told the South Bend Tribune (http://bit.ly/2oZjQ3t ) that 31 northwest region employees are being laid off, including eight administrators, five faculty members and 15 full-time staff members. The region has campuses in Michigan City, Valparaiso, Gary and East Chicago.
The piece will be performed by the Raritan Valley Dance Ensemble, which tours local K-12 schools, senior centers and assisted living facilities. It is set to William Byrd’s Ave Verum and will be performed with live music by the RVCC Chorale, under the direction of John Sichel, RVCC Assistant Professor of Music.
a valued member of our crew at the Civic Center. I am so honored to work beside her and our entire team of hard-working staff that assist from planning to executing all our events year-round.” Faucette, who has served nearly 16 years in her current position, said she was thrilled about winning the award.
will be responsible for handling grievances, policy development and contract review for TCC, Oklahoma’s largest community college. In addition, she will assist TCC in navigating an increasing complex regulatory environment in higher education.
including the visual arts, literature, film and philosophical thought. Seventy students a year will be selected to take part in the program, which begins in fall 2017. “Study of the humanities is essential to students’ development as global citizens and can even serve as a countermeasure to the decreased civility in our society,” said Judy C.
the Northeast Georgia Regional Commission, the Morgan County Boys and Girls Club, and Unity Morgan. Perriman’s board duties will include marketing the institution as a preferred college of choice and communicating ideas to the college president...
According to Coleman, the TCC Student Union has become more than just a center of social activity and is now also a place where students can receive leadership training and engage with local nonprofits to strengthen the community and build their own skills.
president of Gadsden State. Lavender said the bonds will be used to construct a new science building on the college’s East Broad Campus, an addition to the Cheaha Career Center on the Ayers Campus and renovations to Allen Hall on the Wallace Drive Campus.
If state funding is approved, the building would be constructed downtown at what is now a city-owned parking lot near Portland State University. Besides PSU, the other schools chipping in are Oregon Health & Science University and Portland Community College.
State legislators stripped the board of its power after the discovery of serious administrative failure and widespread corruption on campus. The process of revoking its accreditation began in 2005 and a year later the school became a satellite campus of Torrance’s El Camino College.