Katrina Caluza and Harris Salim placed sixth in Parliamentary Debate. Salim also earned first place in Extemporaneous Speaking and first place in Impromptu Speaking; Mojeri Coker, second place in Program of Oral Interpretation; Liz Fritz and Gabbi...
grant will fund programs that prepare area residents for jobs in industries that have traditionally relied on the H-1B visa program, which allow employers to fill workforce needs by temporarily hiring foreign workers in occupations requiring a specialized knowledge or skill, typ-.
The MPCC Rodeo Team is leading the region in the men’s team standings and is fifth in the women’s team standings. Pictured back row, left to right are: Lane Kennedy, Riley Weehler, Rhett O’Connor, J.W. Schroder, Hunter Baker, Shane Weber, Kaleb Fritz, Tyler Murray, Rowdy Moon, Chandler Comfort, and Tanner Freeman.
Towe said that the species of tree was also chosen because it is known for its healing properties with the heart and the brain. “Shannen kept our brains sharp with knowledge, and she helped to heal a lot of our hearts,” said Towe.
Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) President Rob Denson talks about the gift of seven former Maytag buildings. Reza Kargarzadeh (center), president and founder of Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. donated the property. At left is Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad.
Center. “Having the GM Training Center here on our Ashland campus has been a great partnership for Mass- Bay,” said Mass- Bay Automotive Director George Panagiotou. “By providing the highest quality technical education possible for the local dealerships, we’ve.
career with Ivy Tech as an adjunct professor of general education in 2009. In 2011, she became assistant professor and chair of the regional criminal justice program. Prior to Ivy Tech, Mote practiced criminal law as a deputy prosecuting attorney in Marion, Jackson, and Jefferson counties.
Michigan Human She began her current Resource Executives of the Year at the Detroit Athletic Club. Joe Zitnik, president of the HFC Support Staff Association and a network and systems analyst at the college, nominated Glass for this award. She is one of four HR professionals in Michigan to receive this prestigious award in 2016.
and coaching of students, among other topics. To help students overcome the challenges that often derail their educational plans, the CAE will partner with the Student Success Center, the college’s professional advising center, to implement an intensive intervention and coaching program.
Students will have to work 10 hours a week to help defray the cost of college attendance. Has called for two years of community college to be tuition-free for students who keep their grades up. Wants to hold colleges accountable for reining in costs and doing more to help students, including disadvantaged students, graduate on time.
Art work by Scottsdale Community College (Ariz.) students will be on display during the Experimental Chinese Painting Show in the SCC Art Building Lobby. A variety of paintings will be on display, some by Professor Robert You's Advanced Painting students but also from other classes.
dozens of books and articles related to West Florida history, Rucker says the inspiration for this publication came about u n e x p e c t e d l y. “While researching another project, I began reading through old Florida newspapers of the late 1800s and early 1900s and discovered.
Her duties will include providing comprehensive reports to the U.S. Department of Education, evaluating program functions to ensure that student veterans are being adequately served, and supervising the VRC’s professional support staff.
Advancement in San Diego. Believing strongly in the college’s mission of providing access and supporting student success, Baker and his wife Valerie have created the KVB Scholarship to help students achieve their goals. In addition to his support as a donor, Baker also is a dedicated, active volunteer.
Back row, from left: Bill Seymour, CSCC president, State Sen. Mike Bell, Eric Harris, financial aid counselor. (Front Row, L-R) Michael Stokes, vice president for student services; Alan Hill, regional director of external and legislative affairs, AT&T Tennessee; Scholarship recipients Ronald Christian, Liz Mathurin, Trane Luster and Kimi Patel.
Delgado Carpentry students and faculty pictured outside a flooded home in Baton Rouge, from left: Jalil Pounds, Kenneth Williams (Jefferson Site carpentry instructor), Alex Johnson, Timotheus Davis (Sidney Collier Site carpentry instructor), Tyler Stokes, Brent Givens, Ronnie Brokel, Kenzie Cook, Joseph Barrosse and Bryan Mahon.
As part of this project, she was trained using Alvin, a deep submergence vehicle owned by the U.S. Navy and operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass. The famed vehicle, first deployed in 1964, has been used for a variety of research projects and special missions, including a 1986 exploration of the Titanic wreckage.