With more than 20 years of experience in higher education, Singh currently serves as the provost and senior vice president of academic affairs, a position he’s held since 2014, at Clark State Community College in Springfield, Ohio.
and conditions,” Martin said. “It is a great honor for me to be studying with some of the best aquatic scholars in our region.” The Talladega County native wasn’t always interested in aquaculture. In fact, after graduating from Winterboro High School, she did not have career plans for the future.
Marian Chandler, Lawrence Allen Wishard, Andrea Wishard, and Stephanie Chandler-Wishard presented the donation to the UA Cossatot Foundation. The Chandler- Wishard family own and operate Chandler Funeral Home in De Queen, Arkansas. Lawrence Allen Wishard, funeral home manager, stated, “A world of opportunities can open through education.
“Once they complete their training, EFDAs can perform a number of restorative and preventive procedures. Operating under the supervision of a dentist and as part of the dental team, EFDAs’ impact will be statewide.” said Peter Welnak, president of the dental society.
A survey of 444 Accelerating Opportunity students was designed to provide information on students and their experiences in the program to supplement information collected through administrative data, site visits, site conference calls, and the first and second year college surveys.
Responding to a challenge from Union County College (N.J.) Director of Athletics Tammy Smith, the Raritan Valley Community College (N.J.) Athletics Department recently participated in the Chillin’ 4 Charity initiative. It’s is part of national effort, launched by the University of Arizona, to raise funds and awareness for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
Wake Technical Community College nursing professor and clinical coordinator Linda Tyler has been selected as one of the Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina for 2014. Tyler was chosen by The Great 100, Inc., an organization recognizing nursing excellence and providing scholarships to students across the state.
The GTCC team, made up of five culinary arts students, claimed the national title in the Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl on July 27. The competition was part of the American Culinary Federation National Convention in Kansas City. Missouri. This is GTCC’s first national win in the competition.
The first of the two grant initiatives to be led by the college is The Center for Allied Healthcare Education and Workforce Development, which was awarded $10 million to establish a healthcare clinic and training center in partnership with Urban Health Plan, Inc.
In April 2013, MacInnis entered the satellite campus of New River Community College in the New River Valley Mall and shot the women. He was subdued by an offduty security guard and Christiansburg police..
Students from Davidson County Community College (N.C.) experienced first-hand what it is like to live and work in China while on one of five study abroad trips sponsored by the college. During the 12-day trip, the students took classes on Chinese calligraphy, paper cutting and Chinese culture.
Lone Star College-Montgomery (Tex.) history Professor Craig Livingston, was recently honored when his latest book was awarded the 2014 Best International Book by the Mormon History Association . Livingston was presented with this distinction at the MHA annual conference.
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.
Illinois Valley Community College President Jerry Corcoran, left, is joined by Marquette Academy’s 2014 “Running Start” graduates Carolann Wackerlin, Christian Lovetree, Antoinette White, Paul Jones, Casey Wheatland, Jacob Martini and Marquette Principal Brooke Rick.
Memorial Scholarship Fund, which will provide need-based financial aid to SUNY Broome students. The Broome Community College Foundation — among the top 10 percent of community college foundations in the country — has an important role in accepting and administering the gift.
The private, federally sanctioned agency that certifies colleges in the west for quality announced that it has adopted a new policy that would allow City College of San Francisco to get another two years to show it is.