"Community College Week" sold by Cox, Matthews & Associates.
Cox, Matthews Matthews may refer to:
Keats was inspired to write To Autumn after walking through the water meadows of Winchester, England, in an early autumn evening of 1819. Publishing Enterprises (Fairfax, VA), a new company formed to acquire the title. No terms of the deal were given.
Taglined "the independent voice serving community, technical and junior colleges," the newspaper was launched in 1988 and is targeted to professionals at two-year colleges, including faculty, chief academic officers, college presidents, related administrators, librarians This is a list of people who have practised as a librarian and are well-known, either for their contributions to the library profession or primarily in some other field. and trustees. Published 26 times a year, the newspaper includes analyses of ongoing and relevant academic trends and issues, statistics, technology updates and employment opportunities.
Subscribers also have online access to employment listings, daily e-mail alerts on higher education higher education
Study beyond the level of secondary education. Institutions of higher education include not only colleges and universities but also professional schools in such fields as law, theology, medicine, business, music, and art. news and online access to archives of past articles. An annual subscription costs $26. Cox, Matthews & Associates also publishes "Diverse: Issues in Higher Education," published every two weeks, and the bimonthly bi·month·ly
1. Happening every two months.
2. Happening twice a month; semimonthly.
1. Once every two months.
2. Twice a month; semimonthly.
n. pl. "Black Issues Book Review" magazines.