Claire Turcotte to retire from SCUP.
GREETINGS TO MEMBERS, READERS, AUTHORS, AND FRIENDS of SCUP publications!
After many fruitful years in her role as managing editor of the SCUP journal Planning for Higher Education, Claire Turcotte will retire at the end of December 2016.
According to SCUP President Mike Moss, "Claire represents what's best about SCUP: relationship building across planning boundaries and the translation of leading thinking on higher planning into great content. She has been instrumental in our ongoing organizational evolution."
"I'm going to miss Claire's wide-ranging contributions over the past eleven years at SCUP," says James Young, SCUP's Chief Learning Officer. "Claire plays a unique role in driving a key intellectual heartbeat of SCUP through Planning for Higher Education, books, and other publications. Driving the development and publication of upwards of forty pieces of unique content annually is testament to her focus, drive, and keen editor's eye."
Most of all, Claire instinctually knows the success of her work is built on relationships. "I wish to sincerely thank all the authors and other contributors to the SCUP journal and our other publications. Your contributions are invaluable," says Turcotte.
Claire's successor is Kimberly Mass. Kimberly, SCUP's copy editor since 2005, will be expanding her role to include managing editor. Kimberly looks forward to building on the excellent work of Claire. She can be contacted at kimberly. email@example.com.
by James Young
We wish Claire well!
JAMES YOUNG CHIEF LEARNING OFFICER SOCIETY FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PLANNING
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|Publication:||Planning for Higher Education|
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2017|
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