Nashville State Community College is looking for interested applicants to fill it’s vacancy for the office of President at the college. Interested applicants can see more info below.
Dear CCHA Members,
As this is a time for reflection and giving thanks, we just wanted to thank you for helping make the 2017 CCHA National Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, a success. From all of the feedback we have heard, the conference was enjoyed and considered a resounding success by our attendees, and we have had many emails about feeling re-energized and ready to return to the classroom for a strong “final push” this semester. This is so encouraging to us as we want to continue to be an organization that supports and represents our countless strong faculty, staff, and administrative members in the humanities nationwide.
We also want to say that it re-energizes us at CCHA to continue to find ways to support our members by creating connections and opportunities for grants, fellowships, and other possibilities; so we promise that we will keep working for you. We are thankful that we have so many amazing members to continue advocating for.
In closing, we hope you enjoy the holiday and return to work afterwards continuing to feel the positive energy from the conference.
Your CCHA Friends and Colleagues
CALL FOR PAPERS
Transitions and Transactions IV:
Literature Pedagogies and Social Justice in Community Colleges
We invite Community College faculty to send proposals for the April 20-21, 2018 conference presented by Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York, English Department. The Transitions and Transactions conference is dedicated to helping community college teachers flourish and excel as we envision, invent and expand our ideas of teaching given the demands of the community college population and the demands and constraints specific to our profession.
CCHA’s Own Suzanne McCormack, Vice-President of the Eastern Division, wrote a piece about the 2017 CCHA National Conference for the MacMillan Blog. Go ahead and check it out here on the MacMillan website.
Have your own news to share? Please send it our way! Contact Greg Campbell at GCampbel2@ccbcmd.edu.