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By: Micol Hutchison, PhD, Director of Pathways to Arts & Humanities Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 18 students from John Tyler and J. Sargeant Reynolds Community Colleges have […]

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Editor’s Note: In the ninth week of a special legislative session prompted by the economic disruption from the coronavirus pandemic, Virginia lawmakers on Friday approved a state budget for the […]

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“We need faculty and staff members who share experiences with, and speak the common language of, the people we want to serve – and hold the academic and workforce bona […]

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Ladies and gentlemen; thank you for joining us for this year’s summit on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Let me begin by being crystal clear: Black lives matter. Like you, I […]

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After taking some time away from college, Katie returned to finish her degree at [TAG] Virginia Western Community College. Her journey started with an online summer course and continued online […]

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By Carla Kimbrough, VCCS manager of diversity and strategic recruitment “Good morning, I’m Carla Kimbrough. I use the pronouns she, her, hers…I’m pleased to meet you. What pronouns do you […]

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Editor’s note: Alice Reagan, an associate professor of history at Northern Virginia Community College’s Woodbridge campus, played a leading role in the development of the Lucy Burns Museum, which commemorates […]

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Editor’s Note: Virginia lawmakers convened a special legislative session August 18 to consider criminal justice reform and changes to state spending plans due to the impact of the coronavirus on […]

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Editor’s note: Total FTE enrollments are up at several of our colleges (DSLCC, ESCC, GCC, NOVA) compared to last year at this time, but system-wide the numbers are down, continuing […]

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“I applaud the leadership of these community colleges that you are putting these sometimes difficult conversations at the center of your transformation and strategic planning for the future.” – Gail […]

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