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Articles from Community College Week (June 14, 2010)

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Ala. 2-year college going to 4-day work week. 101
American Sign Language students at Lone Star College-CyFair were also teachers this past semester, helping parents learn to communicate better with their deaf children through the Family Signs Program. 133
Analyzing the data: sagging economy creates surge in demand for education. Borden, Victor M.H. 2302
At the National Diversity Council's TriState Diversity Conference, Onondaga (N.Y.) Community College President Debbie L. Sydow, was one of 17 women recognized as "2010 Most Powerful and Influential Women" in the TriState Area which comprises of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Conference news 126
Bleak job market giving boost to higher education. Barker, Tim 1169
Construction is going greener and community colleges can lead the way. Fakinlede, Solomon 829
Cost of Miss. college going up by 28 percent. 119
Doug Otto, district trustees at Long Beach City College, recently was in Montgomery, Ala., at Maxwell Air Force Base to participate in the 57th Annual National Security Forum in conjunction with the U.S. Air Force Air War College. 136
Every year beginning this fall through 2014, three students enrolled in Maryland's Anne Arundel Community College registered nursing program will receive a $3,000 scholarship to offset their educational costs, thanks to a generous new scholarship program set up by Johns Hopkins HealthCare. 111
Facebook has become company that users love to hate. Goldsborough, Reid 800
Florida's Hillsborough Community College. 112
Houston Community College financial aid associate Paul Negrete was inducted into Delta Mu Delta, Eta Upsilon Chapter at the University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business. 154
Ill. colleges join forces to offer nursing degree. 111
Ivy Tech CC breaks ground on new building. 103
Judge declines to censor offensive e-mails. 120
Kentucky arts school offers associate in fine arts degree. Shull, Adam 545
Midlands Technical College in South Carolina has been awarded $150,000 in competitive federal grant funds from the U.S. 111
Most Mass. colleges seek fee increases. 109
NC's jobs now program aiding dislocated workers. Davis, Jonnelle 608
Near the corner of Industrial Highway and S. Franklin Street in Pottstown, Penn., is a stone marker for a Leni-Lenape Native American burial ground, which was unearthed in 1859 by borough employees. 161
Nebraska College faculty agree to forgo salary increase. 107
Nebraska mom perseveres, earns college degree. Blum, Julie 458
Ohio's Owens Community College Board of Trustees member John C. Moore has been chosen by the Ohio Association of Community Colleges to receive the Richard N. Adams Educational Leadership Award for his outstanding commitment to trustee educational development, leadership and community service. 206
Phoenix rising: fast-growing for-profit giant tops CCWeek's listings. Bradley, Paul 28736
Robert Kimball, mathematics instructor at North Carolina's Wake Technical Community College, has been awarded the 2010 Teaching Excellence Award by the North Carolina Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges. 148
St. Clair County Community College. 109
There is a projected national shortage of about 50,000 qualified workers to do the jobs in health information technology that will be needed in hospitals and doctors' offices over the course of the next five years, as electronic systems replace charts and files on paper. 194
Tidewater Community College. 101
Va. students to pay more for tuition in 2010-11 academic year. 138
West Hills Community College Lemoore recently won its first California state championship in men's golf. 169
With college's help, racetrack hires nearly 400 for new casino. Smoot, Naomi 617

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