Snapshots

Editor’s note: Submitted photos from AACC-member colleges.

Finger Lakes Community College (New York) students in professor Jim Hewlett’s summer global ecosystems course in St. Kitts and Nevis are now certified reef-check ecodivers after passing their written and field exams. (Photo: FLCC)

AACC President Walter Bumphus talks to participants of the AACC Future Leaders Institute (FLI) in Washington, D.C. He is introduced by Myrtle Dorsey, FLI facilitator and director of the community college leadership program at Morgan State University. (Photo: AACC)

General Motors Co. is partnering with seven community colleges in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio — including Cuyahoga Community College — to launch the GM Dealer Technician Scholarship, a program that can help students graduate debt-free with a two-year associate degree in automotive technology. (Photo: Tri-C)

Children enrolled in the first of six kids’ golf camps at East Mississippi Community College’s Lion Hills Center & Golf Club. (Photo: EMCC)

Oakton Community College (Michigan) finished 15th out of 48 teams at the 2019 NASA Robotic Mining Competition, marking the sixth straight year Oakton’s robotics team finished in the top 15. (Photo: Oakton)

Sinclair Community College (Ohio) makes a statement through a new banner posted on campus. (Photo: SCC)

The release party of Spindrift, the student-run art and literary journal at Shoreline Community College (Washington), includes readings by students and artists. (Photo: SCC)

College of DuPage (Illinois) students who have earned an associate of applied science degree can now transfer their studies to the University of West London to gain a bachelor’s degree in a range of subjects. (Photo: COD)

To meet employers’ demand for workers skilled in electro-mechanical fundamentals, Bucks County Community College (Pennsylvania) is offering its industrial maintenance training program to high school seniors and other young adults ages 18 to 24. (Photo: BCCC)

Timothy Gwillim, associate dean of arts, science and education at Davidson County Community College (North Carolina), shares campus policies and practices with counterparts in Moscow, Russia. He was one of four U.S. community college leaders from across the country on the two-week trip funded through the Fulbright International Education Administrators Seminar. (Photo: DCCC)

Steven Tice, applied engineering technology program instructor at Wallace Community College-Dothan (Alabama), teaches students during a Fundamentals of Modern Maintenance class at Wallace. (Photo: Wallace)

 

About the Author

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