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Cleveland State Community College recently hosted Dr. Natasha Jankowski to campus as the keynote speaker for its spring in-service. Jankowski serves as director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment and research professor in the department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Jankowski delivered two presentations at CSCC, one to all faculty and staff, “Reclaiming Assessment: Capturing Learning Where it Matters Most” and one to all faculty, “Emerging Trends in the Assessment of Student Learning: A National Landscape.” From left are Dr. Denise King, vice president for Academic Affairs; Denice King, Associate Professor of Biology; Michelle Wollert, Coordinator of Academic Advising and Transfer Articulation; Jankowski, David Knopp, Director of Institutional Research; and Dr. Bill Seymour, Cleveland State President. more
Tennessee's political representatives in Washington remain supportive of President Trump's efforts to fund the construction of a wall along the nation's southern border, stating its necessity in … more
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CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk Counties has named Jane Wright as the agency’s advocate of the year. more
Lee University’s Chien Named CMNW Artistic Director Lee University Artist-in-Residence Gloria Chien, founder and director of String Theory at the Hunter chamber music series, along with her husband Soovin Kim, has been named artistic directors of Chamber Music Northwest to succeed current Artistic Director David Shifrin. A husband and wife team, both are internationally-renowned performers – Chien a pianist and Kim a violinist – and experienced music presenters.  more
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