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2014 December 23 - 12:00 am

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2014 December 19 - 12:00 am

Looking back at 2014: A Retrospective

All across Tennessee, from Nashville to Memphis, from Knoxville to Chattanooga, community colleges are preparing to welcome the High School Class of 2015 — the first class to qualify for free tui
2014 September 9 - 12:00 am

He’ll Step Down in February After Leading College Through Record Growth

 Robert G. Templin Jr., president of Northern Virginia Community College since 2002, has announced he will retire in February 2015. “My time at NOVA has been the highlight of my caree
2014 September 4 - 12:00 am

Ten Colleges Will Vie for Prestigious Award, $1M Prize

             The Aspen Institute has announced the ten finalists for the prestigious 2015 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, an
Around the Nation
2014 July 31 - 12:00 am

A summary listing of higher-ed-related news from around the nation

FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — A partnership with the University of New Mexico will enable San Juan College nursing students to graduate with a four-year bachelor’s degree after they get their associate degrees..
Around Campus
2014 July 22 - 12:00 am

A look at campus life at various community and junior colleges

Star College System (Texas) is helping unemployed individuals find new careers by partnering with Texas Workforce Solutions to offer free workforce training.
Featured Faculty
2014 July 22 - 12:00 am

A look at faculty engagement at community and junior colleges

Sheila Matthews, a human services professor at Kellogg Community College (Mich.), has received the 2014 Outstanding Faculty Award from the Michigan Community College Association.
Educator Honors
2014 July 22 - 12:00 am

A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards

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.
Grants and Gifts
2014 July 22 - 12:00 am

A summary listing of colleges receiving grants and gifts

1942 and 1943, nor is she known to current students. But the name of this intelligent and somewhat eccentric Rankin County native will likely be well known to many Hinds students in the future because of what she did for them. Schales made a bequest of about.
2014 June 23 - 12:00 am
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.
Educator Honors
2014 June 23 - 12:00 am
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.
Grants and Gifts
2014 June 23 - 12:00 am
Members of the San Jacinto College community honored John and Rose Moon with the first-ever Legacy Award at the 2014 SJC Foundation gala. From left: Dan Mims, chair, SJC Board of Trustees; Frank Nadolney, chair, SJC Foundation Board of Directors; John Moon, Sr.
News Briefs
2014 June 23 - 12:00 am
Thomas Nelson Community College student Christian Parks sued the college system in March. The lawsuit said Parks’ freespeech rights were violated when campus police ordered him to stop preaching in a courtyard at the Hampton school..
2014 June 9 - 12:00 am
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.

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