• Wong Published in League Connections

    Lam Wong recently had an article published in League Connections, the monthly newsletter for The League for Innovation in the Community College. His leadership abstract discussed shadowing veteran community college presidents. Wong, a DCCL student in Cohort Four, serves as Associate Dean of Engineering at Cuyahoga …

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  • Cerny Published in League Connections

    Glenn Cerny recently had an article published in League Connections, the monthly newsletter for The League for Innovation in the Community College. His leadership abstract discussed unlocking solutions to the iron triangle. Cerny, a DCCL student in Cohort Four, serves as Vice President and Chief …

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  • Nunez Published in League Connections

    Steve Nunez recently had an article published in League Connections, the monthly newsletter for The League for Innovation in the Community College. His leadership abstract was titled, Creating Administrative Teams: A Discussion With Community College Presidents. Nunez, a DCCL student in Cohort Three, serves as …

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  • Kelly Published in League Connections

    James Kelly recently had an article published in League Connections, the monthly newsletter for The League for Innovation in the Community College. His leadership abstract was titled, Trusteeship in Our Era of Accountability. Kelly, a DCCL student in Cohort Three, serves as a Trustee at Macomb …

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  • Tuuri published in The Futurist

    Dan Tuuri has been published in The Futurist magazine, a publication of the World Futurist Society.  Read Dan’s contribution here: http://www.wfs.org/futurist/2013-issues-futurist/september-october-2013-vol-47-no-5/top-10-disappearing-futures/disap-0 Dan is a College of Business faculty member and a Cohort Three student in the DCCL program at Ferris State University. Congratulations to Dan …

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  • Frederick publishes on student success

    Lesley Frederick recently had an article on student success published in the State Journal-Register, the newspaper of Springfield, IL. Frederick, a DCCL student in Cohort Two, serves as Vice President for Student Services at Lincoln Land Community College in Springfield. Read the full article here: …

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  • State of Workforce Development Initiatives at America’s Community Colleges

    The State of Workforce Development Initiatives at America’s Community Colleges highlights the factors, needs, and trends surrounding the workforce development mission of community colleges.  George Lorenzo, author of The SOURCE on Community College Issues, Trends, and Strategies, draws attention to these issues through interviews with leaders in the community college and WFD realms.  This report was sponsored by Ferris’ Doctorate in Community College Leadership program.

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  • League for Innovation Publishes Paper Authored by DCCL Director and Student

    An article, co-authored by Patricia Konovalov and Roberta Teahen and titled Community College Presidents What Does It Take?, has been published by the League for Innovation in the June issue of League Connections, scheduled for distribution on June 4.

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    Adjunct Faculty in Community Colleges: Issues & Implications

    There can be little doubt that the reliance of community colleges on adjunct faculty has grown significantly over the past several decades, especially with the cuts in budgets that institutions are being forced to make. In fact, new research suggests that adjunct faculty” is the fastest growing job title in America (“Social Media,” 2012). According to the National Center for Educational Statistics (2012), the use of adjunct faculty in U.S. higher education institutions has increased from 23% in 1971 to 50% in 2011.

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  • Learning Leadership: What Does Trust Have to Do with it?

    Trust is the most basic of all human emotions taking root from the time of our birth. Trust allows us to explore our surrounding environments and promotes growth, enables personal development, and creates a sense of comfort. However, just as readily as trust flourishes, it can be destroyed through …

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