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Articles from Community College Week (October 20, 2008)

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'If you build it, they will come' for blended online learning, Butler finds. 885
A spirit of partnership between Northeast Iowa Community College, community organizations and high school district leaders in the area around Oelwein, Iowa, resulted in the state's first academy devoted to math and science instruction. 175
About 150 high school and middle school students recently spent the day at Florida's Seminole Community College preparing for their performance in the All-County Chorus Concert. 104
Alabama appeals court overturns 'arbitrary' decision in instructor's sexual harassment case. 381
As college aid applications soar, Oregon scholarship fund drained. 405
Audit report faults Federal Loan program calculations. Pekow, Charles 279
Board bars illegal immigrants from Ala. colleges. 589
Calif. judicial panel sides with fired college official in lawsuit. Freedman, Ian; Freedman, Eric 689
Central Florida Community College. 94
Computer chips to be used to foil cactus thieves. 630
Congress moves to enhance benefits for veterans. Pekow, Charles 169
Defense bill offers aid to military spouses. Pekow, Charles 91
Democrats' wish list for next year targeting college affordability. Pekow, Charles 487
Erie Institute outgrows original name, but mission stays intact. 577
Evaluation of Bush era jobs programs delayed until spring. Pekow, Charles 518
Faculty lounge. 267
Fire science students at Macomb Community College now have a new set of tools to learn about the latest in special hazards fire extinguisher systems. 216
Firing of instructor over offensive cartoons upheld by Kentucky Court. Freedman, Ian; Freedman, Eric 533
Florida college students lose suit against textbook vendor. Freedman, Ian; Freedman, Eric 591
Fox Valley Technical College Board of Trustees. 100
Frank Aguilar. 109
Hendrick Automotive Group. 151
Iowa union hopes mobile training facility will encourage students to pursue welding as a career. 418
Iowa's DMACC gets grant to establish cyber crime unit. Pekow, Charles 96
Johnson County Community College. 96
M. Vali Siadat, distinguished professor of mathematics at Richard J. Daley College in Chicago, is the recipient of the Mathematical Association of America's highest honor: The Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished Teaching of Mathematics. 134
Miss. County Class of 2009 gets pledge of free tuition. Pekow, Charles 85
N.C. Board Chairman defends aviation program. Pekow, Charles 134
N.C. counties' bond plans are on hold thanks to credit crisis. Pekow, Charles 111
Nev. college official accused of theft has prior criminal record. 373
New higher ed law creates more data demands. Pekow, Charles 169
New Montana site focuses on clean energy training. Pekow, Charles 160
Nursing: a health care shortage community colleges step up training, but pressure persists for RNs To obtain advanced degrees. Bradley, Paul 1562
Outgoing Fla. chancellor urges panel retain state cap on enrollment. 636
Preston Pulliams. 171
Report finds advanced math students faltering at algebra. 720
Rhode Island's colleges weigh tuition hikes to bridge cost gap. Pekow, Charles 133
Riverland Community College. 92
S.D. tribal college to install wind turbines. 315
Sealed room opens doors at Penn. community college. 642
Southwest Tennessee Community College. 118
Student to face charges in dormitory room fire. Pekow, Charles 87
Temporary funding bill protects Pell Grants. Pekow, Charles 335
Tennessee author donates part of historical memorabilia collection to Cleveland State. 88
The National Science Foundation has announced that Central Maine Community College has been awarded a major Advanced Technological Education Grant. The $1.3 million will enable the College to build a "Virtual Ideation Platform.". 101
The Queensborough Community College nursing program, one of the largest associate degree programs in New York, has been selected to participate as an educational partner in a $375,000 grant funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence. 212
Typo in college handbook spurs apology from school president. Pekow, Charles 106
Wentworth Institute will use $10 million gift to build new center on Boston campus. 119
With support from home, Mexican immigrants become literate in both Spanish and English. 1153

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