MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker once told then-candidate Donald Trump “we don’t need an apprentice in the White House.” But on Tuesday the president and his daughter Ivanka Trump will join Walker to tour Waukesha County Technical College and talk about the importance of providing on-the-job training to workers in industries that sometimes struggle […]
Dr. Carmen Ambar, named last week as the first African American president in Oberlin College’s 184 years of existence, said that making history is affirming to African American children that they can do anything.
P-TECH in Brooklyn has spawned the creation of dozens of similar schools throughout the nation — from Chicago to Norwalk, Conn. — that seek to capitalize on a three-way partnership between the public K-12 system, higher education and business.
JAN YOSHIWARA has been appointed executive director of the Washington State Board for Community Colleges. She is the deputy executive director of education at Western Interstate Commission for higher education. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California and a master’s degree from Western Washington University.
CHRISTOPHER D. CARD has been named president of student life at Lawrence University. Card is the dean of students at Trinity College. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Clark University and a master’s from Tufts University.
THERESA WADE has been selected as deputy director of diversity and Title IX compliance at Borough of Manhattan Community College. Wade is the diversity management unit chief in the Office of Equal Opportunity in New York. She has a bachelor’s from SUNY Binghamton and a J.D. from New York Law School.
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