Learning Summit remains a working retreat for college teams to focus on improving and expanding learning at their institutions, now with the stated aim of helping colleges accelerate progress on these efforts.
High school students are getting the opportunity to explore health sciences at three higher learning institutions and a local medical center. East Central Alabama Area Health Education Center is hosting its second annual health careers enrichment program known as Medi-Camp.
Peyré, who holds a PhD in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Toulouse, has led his students in virtual video conference exchanges with DCCC students for more than a decade. “The world is now interconnected like never before.
innovative teaching in s c i e n c e , biology and STEM. The 1998 Illinois Math and Science Academy graduate also demonstrates her passion for these studies through her leadership and involvement in many professional and community organizations dedicated to science education.
The new facility will be shared with the college, allowing expansion of college programs in the performing arts. The academy is a specialized, public high school program that concentrates heavily on the performing arts, including dance, music, and theatre, serving students in 9th-12th grades from all of Ocean County.
HCG, LDL, FBS, CBC, TBIL…No, these abbreviations are not text talk or cyber slang. Laboratory professionals and physicians have been using these abbreviations before abbreviating was cool. The information obtained from these laboratory tests tells us much more than LOL, YOLO, IMO, or JW.
A $1 million gift from Beverly and Richard Fink to eight Minnesota state colleges in the Twin Cities will establish an innovative program to ensure that students are college-ready by fall semester of their freshman year — at no cost to the students.
Confucius Classroom enables the college to prepare our students for living and working in a global economy,” said CCCC President T. Eston Marchant, who brought the idea for the Classroom to the college when he became president in 2008. “It helps link our central North Carolina communities, governments, and businesses to China.
Beverly Fatherree. The two co-authored an English textbook called “For Our Students.” The book is sold at a low cost to students at a number of community colleges, and the two of them get no profits from the book. Hammons said in her Cowan Award address that nearly 5,000 Hinds Community College students.
views and experiences. “I have always been intrigued by how culturally different people are and yet they survive interacting with one another for a long period of time,” stated Dedicatoria. Each interview took anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes to complete and through the interviews, Dedicatoria.
because the assumption is made that talented people don't require guidance. More often, however, it is because the pathway to advancement is sometimes not clear, and mentorship is often seen as an informal activity not as an objectives-driven partnership.
Forsythe is scheduled to graduate in spring of this year with her associate degree in dental hygiene but getting to this point wasn’t easy. In 2014, she found herself out of a job she loved and was faced with a new reality — starting over. Forsythe had some college credit under her belt but never completed her degree.
7 Students in Jessica DeGraff’s Wetlands Field Ecology class at Rowan College at Gloucester County (N.J.) pose by a turtlecrossing sign after recording data during the daily check of terrapin excluders..
The degree is California’s first to serve the growing market in advanced alternative-fuel technology, part of a suite of complementary majors in the college’s innovative automotive technology program. Frala, who is a leader in a statewide effort to create a “Hydrogen Highway” to support expanded use of alternative-fuel vehicles, designed the degree.