Topic: Community college leadership program

Top National Community College Leadership Program Names New Director

Oct. 18, 2012

Barbara Mink, a clinical professor in The University of Texas at Austin's College of Education, has been named director of the nationally top-rated Community College Leadership Program (CCLP). The CCLP is a concentration in the Department of Educational Administration's Higher Education Leadership graduate program. It has prepared and graduated more community college leaders than any other similar program in the nation.

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National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development Gains New Leadership

Sept. 25, 2012

Lawrence G. Miller, a long-time educator with extensive experience in community college administration, has been named director of The University of Texas at Austin's National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD). NISOD is an outreach arm of the College of Education's Higher Education Administration Program and Community College Leadership Program (CCLP).

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International Community College Conference Will Draw Leaders and Faculty Members from More Than 400 Colleges

May 23, 2012

EVENT: 34th Annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, hosted by the College of Education's National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Conference

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Educational Administration Chair in White House Summit

Oct. 4, 2010

Dr. Walter Bumphus, chair of the Department of Educational Administration in the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin, has been invited by the White House to participate in the White House Summit on Community Colleges on Tuesday, Oct. 5.

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New Community College Report Says Using Key Comparisons Can Inspire Improved Practices

March 31, 2010

The Survey of Entering Student Engagement (SENSE), a national assessment for community and technical colleges initiated in 2007 by The University of Texas at Austin's Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE), has released a new report titled "Benchmarking and Benchmarks: Effective Practice with Entering Students." The report introduces six SENSE benchmarks of effective practice with entering students and demonstrates how colleges can use the process of benchmarking to evaluate and improve institutional performance and student success.

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