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College presidential finalists at CCCC

06.06.2008Admin, Faculty & Staff

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College presidential finalists at CCCC

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Dr. Susanne Hall Adams, vice president of Student Services and Academic Support at Sandhills Community College, visited Central Carolina Community College’s Lee County Campus June 4for a Meet-and-Greet with college employees and the public. Adams is one of six finalists for the position of the next president of the college. The current president, Dr. Matt Garrett, retires Sept. 1. All the finalists will visit the college for a Meet-and-Greet and to be interviewed by the college’s board of trustees. The trustees expect to announce their choice for the next president in August.

College presidential finalists at CCCC

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Dr. Susanne Hall Adams (left), vice president of Student Services and Academic Support at Sandhills Community College, visited Central Carolina Community College’s Lee County Campus June 4for a Meet-and-Greet with college employees, including Suzanne Whitman (center), Industrial Relations assistant, and Cathy Swindell, Industrial Relations officer, and the public. Adams is one of six finalists for the position of the next president of the college. The current president, Dr. Matt Garrett, retires Sept. 1. All the finalists will visit the college for a Meet-and-Greet and to be interviewed by the college’s board of trustees. The trustees expect to announce their choice for the next president in August.

College presidential finalists at CCCC

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Dr. Janice Hoots Gilliam, vice president of Student Development Services at Haywood Community College, and one of the six finalists for the position of the next president of Central Carolina Community College, visited the college’s Lee County Campus June 3 for a Meet-and-Greet with college employees and the public. The current president, Dr. Matt Garrett, retires Sept. 1. All the finalists will visit the college for a Meet-and-Greet and to be interviewed by the college’s board of trustees. The trustees expect to announce their choice for the next president in August.

College presidential finalists at CCCC

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Dr. Janice Hoots Gilliam (center), vice president of Student Development Services at Haywood Community College, and one of the six finalists for the position of the next president of Central Carolina Community College, visited the college’s Lee County Campus June 3 for a Meet-and-Greet with college employees, including faculty member Linda Summey (left), accounting instructor, and staff member Brenda Keller (right), institutional researcher, and the public. The current president, Dr. Matt Garrett, retires Sept. 1. All the finalists will visit the college for a Meet-and-Greet and to be interviewed by the college’s board of trustees. The trustees expect to announce their choice for the next president in August.

College presidential finalists at CCCC

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Dr. John R. Slade Jr., Central Carolina Community College vice president of Instruction/chief academic officer and one of six finalists for the position of the next president of the college, attended a Meet-and-Greet June 5, at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center with college employees and the public. The current president, Dr. Matt Garrett, retires Sept. 1. All the finalists will visit the college for a Meet-and-Greet and to be interviewed by the college’s board of trustees. The trustees expect to announce their choice for the next president in August.

College presidential finalists at CCCC

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Dr. John R. Slade Jr. (left), Central Carolina Community College vice president of Instruction/chief academic officer and one of six finalists for the position of the next president of the college, attended a Meet-and-Greet June 5, at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center with college employees and the public. Following his remarks and a question-and-answer session, he spoke informally with some of those in attendance, including Diane Glover, executive director of the CCCC Foundation. Markita McCrimmon, (back, center left), criminal justice instructor, and  Margaret Murchison (right), former trustee, wait to talk to him about his positions on concerns of interest to them. The current president, Dr. Matt Garrett, retires Sept. 1. All the finalists will visit the college for a Meet-and-Greet and to be interviewed by the college’s board of trustees. The trustees expect to announce their choice for the next president in August.

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