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Dr. Carl J. Ehmann, president of Mendocino College in Ukiah, Calif., will retire in August after 11 years on the job.

Ehmann said he will look for opportunities to stay active in the community college environment after retirement.

Before becoming president, Ehmann was Mendocino's executive dean of instruction. He obtained a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from California State University at Long Beach and a doctorate from the Claremont Graduate University.

Dr. Victor B. Ficker, president of Gadsden State Community College in Gadsden, Ala., has announced he will retire September 1.

Ficker came to Gadsden State in September 1988, and was instrumental in the development of the only Job Corps Center at a two-year college in the United States.

Ficker received his bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees from the University of Florida.
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Title Annotation:community college presidents
Publication:Community College Week
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Date:Jun 11, 2001
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