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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Cayuga Community College, founded in 1953 as Auburn Community College, became a “full opportunity” college in the 1970s under New York State Education Law. That action occurred through the commitment by New York State that it would fund up to 40% of community college operating budgets if they certified open … Continue reading
This semester, students in Art 106 – Expressive Drawing had multiple opportunities to use art to connect with people in our community. OCTOBER – Empty Bowls, hunger fundraiser Students, as well as Cayuga Employees (during a community hour event), helped create and prepare bowls for an Empty Bowls fundraiser to … Continue reading
Well, this has to be a first for me to blog. Being the men’s soccer coach, I’m constantly on email, but I have never blogged. My recruiting trails started last Friday, December 2, with a recruiting trip to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, for the PA Classics Winter College Showcase. The talent was … Continue reading
As our country jumpstarts the economy and gets unemployed/under-employed Americans back to work, national attention is turning to community colleges and their workforce development programs. Besides the current unemployment numbers, we face challenges in maintaining a workforce with the skills to compete in the global economy. According to the National … Continue reading
Everyone has been there: we all worry about test grades after taking a big exam. “Post-Test Anxiety,” I’ll call it, is like a plague in college. No matter how prepared I feel, how confident I am while doing the test, or how positively I talk about it with friends, there … Continue reading