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Larry Stoffel – Franklin College

Franklin, Indiana, prides itself on being a small but well-rounded city. With a population of roughly 25,000, it hosts operations for several international companies, including Toyota and Mitsubishi; it has abundant recreational space and several historic and cultural institutions; its college and high school sports teams have racked up the championships; and it is just […]

Lord Fairfax Community College

“Right now, I’m in sneakers. I’m not behind a desk in a suit and tie,” says Richard Crim. “I mop up. If I see a mess, I’m not going to call buildings and grounds when I know they’re just as busy as I am.” Similarly, he remembers overhearing a lost and panicked student asking another […]

Loudoun County Public Schools

For decades, education was “one size fits all,” with a teacher planted at the front of the room. But there’s a shift underway, and schools are introducing a model that’s more “choose your own adventure,” where students take the lead. They have a voice in how they want to learn—whether that is in groups or […]

Lisa Roy – Maine Maritime Academy

In a world where technology has become so embedded in the culture and everyday lives of people, the idea of information technology as a separate entity from companies and organizations is a thing of the past. Today, the ability to reach across departments and work collaboratively is crucial to the success of all IT projects […]

Linda Szalankiewicz – Holyoke Community College

With the cost of tuition rising year after year, more students are looking for a way to jump-start their education without the hefty private university price tag. Holyoke Community College (HCC) in Massachusetts is a top regional choice for students looking to transfer to a four-year institution, gain skills to enter the workforce, advance a […]

Lee Krichmar – Rancho Santiago Community College District

The Rancho Santiago Community College District (RSCCD) is divided into two distinct campuses: Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College, just 20 minutes apart. Combined, the schools serve around 90,000 students on an annual basis, which equates to around 34,000 full time equivalent students, making RSCCD one of the larger community college districts in California. […]

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