Each year, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education spotlights the “Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges.” The group announced their list for 2020, and two ACBSP-accredited members are among the 15 schools selected—Greenville Technical College (South Caroline) and Harrisburg Area Community College (Pennsylvania). According to diverseeducation.com, “This study was first commissioned by the National … More Greenville Technical College and Harrisburg Area Community College Make the 2020 List for “Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges”
After serving 10 years as Northern Oklahoma College president, Dr. Cheryl Evans announced her plans to retire effective June 30, 2021. “After much reflection over the winter break, I determined that the timing is right for my personal life and the life of this historic 120-year-old college,” Evans said. “In the back of my mind, I’ve always … More Northern Oklahoma College President Cheryl Evans Announces Retirement Plans: Evans Sets Retirement for June 30, 2021
When the ACBSP Board of Directors granted Dr. Sue Courtney, retired business professor from Kansas City Kansas Community College, Emeritus Status in May, she became the 31st person to be added to an honor roll of ACBSP’s most esteemed leaders. If ACBSP had a first family, it would be Dr. Courtney’s. Her father was Jim … More Dr. Sue Courtney Granted Emeritus Status by the ACBSP Board of Directors
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