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Andreea Serban, superintendent/president of Santa Barbara City College (Calif.), has been appointed to the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, Cultural Organization) by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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Andreea Serban, superintendent/president of Santa Barbara City College (Calif.), has been appointed to the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, Cultural Organization) by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Currently president of the Board of Directors for the California Colleges for International Education, Serban is the only community college representative among the current 60 UNESCO commission members, who come from a variety of backgrounds including federal, state and local governments and non-governmental organizations. Representatives are selected from received nominations after an extensive screening process. The UNESCO commission is a federal advisory committee to the State Department which supports worldwide humanitarian development and values.
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Title Annotation:faculty lounge
Publication:Community College Week
Date:Jun 13, 2011
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