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December 2013
Volume 3, Issue 6

Community College Advancement News

Presidents Should Champion Alumni

Community college presidents need to lead the campus conversation about the value of their institution's alumni, says the keynote speaker of an upcoming CASE conference. Read more...

Community College Professor Wins National Honor

A math teacher who helps students overcome their fear of the subject is the 2013 Outstanding Community Colleges Professor of the Year. Read more...

Conference Planning Team Seeks Proposals

CASE invites members to submit a session proposal for the 2014 Conference for Community College Advancement. Read more...

Advisory Committee Nominations Due

The CASE Center for Community College Advancement Advisory Committee is seeking nominations for three new members. Log in to the CASE website to nominate yourself or someone else by Jan. 13, 2014.

Conference Recordings Available

Audio recordings synched with PowerPoint presentations of all sessions presented at the latest Conference for Community College Advancement are now available.

Welcome to CASE

The following colleges recently became CASE members:

• Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (Boston, Mass.)
• Chattahoochee Technical College (Marietta, Ga.)
• Cochise College (Douglas, Ariz.)
• College or Marin (Kentfield, Calif.)
• Eastern Arizona College (Thatcher, Ariz.)
• Jackson State Community College (Jackson, Tenn.)
• Metropolitan Community College Foundation (Kansas City, Mo.)
• Northwest Iowa Community College (Sheldon, Iowa)
• Pitt Community College (Winterville, N.C.)
• Robeson Community College (Lumberton, N.C.)
• Santa Barbara City College (Santa Barbara, Calif.)
• St. Charles Community College (Cottleville, Mo.)
• Southwestern Community College (Syria, N.C.)
• Triton College (River Grove, Ill.)
• Walters State Community College (Morristown, Tenn.)

In the News

Putting PR at the Executive Table
(Community Colleges Times)
Many community college presidents are inadequately prepared in media and public relations, says the leader of an institution in Pennsylvania. Read more...

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