by Dr. Donald Guy Generals – Community College of Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
Actively engaging in conversations around social justice, diversity and inclusion happens regularly at Community College of Philadelphia; creating spaces to educate one another and share experiences have provided an important outlet for engagement and critical thinking.
by David Murray – Grand Rapids Community College – Grand Rapids, MI
Colleges across the nation transitioned to online learning when the pandemic struck last spring, and many continued offering all or many classes remotely in the fall. But what does that look like, and how does it work?
by Jeff Ebbing – Southeastern Community College – West Burlington, IA
For the first time in modern history, I can say without a doubt that everyone on the planet is winging it right now. Literally everyone.
by Aimee Metcalf – Central Oregon Community College – Bend, OR
While I am almost famously known for my work-life balance, I’ve found myself struggling. Here are some things that helped me feel tethered in the face of uncertainty. I hope some of these suggestions help you, too.
by Jaclyn Y. Garver – NCMPR National Office – Fort Wayne, IN
Of all the things the coronavirus has ruined, perhaps one of the most frustrating for community college marketers is that former messaging simply doesn’t make sense anymore.
by Mark Browning – College of Western Idaho – Boise, ID
The College of Western Idaho shares some takeaways from a recent Facebook Live event.
by Andrea Hanstein – CCC California Virtual Campus – Online Education Initiative – Los Altos Hills, CA
Together, we’re all experiencing a “new normal” and while the situation changes from day to day, I hope my tips and tricks for working from home can provide a small bit of relief.
by Dr. Lane Glenn – Northern Essex Community College – Haverhill, MA
During crises, like the current coronavirus pandemic, the differences between community college students and students at America’s private and public flagship universities can be staggeringly difficult to reconcile.
The hustle and bustle of college life was abruptly disrupted at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, in December 2015 when an unidentified caller said a bomb would detonate at the institution’s largest campus at noon – less than 75 minutes.READ MORE