Dr. Dustin Swanger It is always with mixed emotions that each year I begin to think about the coming of Fall. As September peeks through the calendar it signals the end of summer (a season I truly enjoy). It also foreshadows the Fall season and all of the events that come with it; especially the [...]
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Conservative estimates indicate that at least 1 in 11 incoming college freshmen will report having a disability as they enter the fall semester. These numbers are based in part on a 1999 report by the American Council on Education which found that 9% self-reported having an impairment in one or more major life areas. The [...]
by Dr. Dustin Swanger Last week, after almost a year of work, a team of people from both Fulton and Montgomery Counties unveiled the Regional Business Development Plan. During the development of the Plan the team collaborated with area CEO’s and with elected officials from each county. Within the Plan there are six goals and [...]
Amy Sanchez It may be a little known fact that many colleges have on their campus an auxiliary service corporation that is not part of or funded by the college. Auxiliary service corporations play a vital role on many college campuses for the betterment of their entire college community. These non-profit organizations work on behalf [...]
by Trish Battisti, Ginny Briggs, and Stephanie Price The clerical staff in the Library are often approached and asked, “Are you a Librarian and can you help me?” In the Evans Library, the staff consists of professionals, clerical or support staff, students, and volunteers. The librarians, full-time Mary, Dan, and Mike and part-time Mary and [...]