Snapshots

Editor’s note: Highlighting a few submitted photos from AACC-member colleges.

New York’s Mohawk Valley Community College showcases its cutting-edge cybersecurity education program on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (Photo: MVCC)

Florida’s new governor, Ron DeSantis (left), and Lt. Governor Jeanette Núñez hold their first event following inauguration at Miami Dade College, where Judge Barbara Lagoa was announced as his nominee to the Florida Supreme Court. Joining DeSantis and Núñez is MDC President Eduardo Padrón. (Photo: MDC)

Rich Haney, president of Mesa Community College (MCC) in Arizona, reaches new heights at Mt. Pichincha and Cayambe in Ecuador. He made his dream come true by using MCC Health and Wellness/Human Performance Lab resources to monitor his readiness for the journey. (Photo: MCC)

Rep. David Price (D-North Carolina), center, visits Durham Technical Community College’s Orange County Campus. He is joined by Durham Tech President William Ingram. (Photo: Durham Tech)

In South Carolina, the Florence-Darlington Technical College baseball team has its first practice of the year. (Photo: FDTC)

Nearly 45 high school students attend a “Robotics Academy” hosted at Delaware Technical Community College. The program addresses IT skills gap among females and minorities, while contributing to positive STEM-focused academic outcomes through a creative and engaging format. (Photo: DTCC)

Tacoma Community College (TCC) lost an original TCC faculty member and Tacoma historian Ron Magden on Jan. 2. He was 92. In the photo, Magden teaches class on TCC’s opening day on September 27, 1965. (Photo: TCC)

Brad Miller, owner of Georgia Veterinary Associates, supports a scholarship at Gwinnett Technical College for veterinary technician students. The scholarship allows student Zoe Ogline (center) to continue her studies in veterinary technology at the college. (Photo: GTC)

 

 

 

 

 

About the Author

Matthew Dembicki
is editor of Community College Daily and serves as publications director for the American Association of Community Colleges.