An online publication for the staff, faculty, students and friends of Community College of Philadelphia
Volume 16, Number 2 - March 2008

Featured Stories

Daravann Yi,

Genocide Survivor Rebuilding in Cambodia - The mass killings in Cambodia unexpectedly began on April 17, 1975.. Read more...



Law and Society Week - The College gave its Judge Edward R. Becker Citizenship Award on Feb. 26 to William T. Coleman Jr., a noted civil rights attorney and advisor to many U.S. presidents, as part of this year's Law and Society Week. Read more...



wachovia scholars

Leaping Hurdles with help from Wachovia - Students who are single parents have some of the toughest hurdles to leap as they pursue postsecondary education. The Wachovia Scholars program was created to help them make it over these hurdles. Read more...



College President and Board Chair set tone for Spring Semester - At the spring semester's Professional Development Day on Jan. 7, President Curtis encouraged the College family to think on a much larger scale when contemplating what the College can do in the future to meet the educational and career needs of Philadelphiaarea students. Read more...



College Vice President appointed City Zoning Board - "Congratulations to Lynette M. Brown-Sow, vice president for Marketing and Government Relations, who was appointed to the city's five-member Zoning Board of Adjustment on Jan. 17 by Mayor Michael A. Nutter. Read more...



President Curtis photo

Perspective -Community colleges have much at stake in the Washington, D.C., discussions around the federal 2008-09 budget. There are three key legislative priorities, each of which has a direct impact on our students. Read more...



Fay Beauchamp

International Education Award - Fay Beauchamp, Ph.D., professor of English and Humanities coordinator, received the David A. Portlock Outstanding International Educator Award in the fall of 2007.The award is given by the Pennsylvania Council for International Education and recognizes outstanding leadership and achievements in international education. Read more...



College Affirmative Action Statement - Community College of Philadelphia is committed to the principles of equal employment and equal educational opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, ancestry, creed, national origin, age, sexual preference, religion, sex, disability or status as a disabled veteran or veteran of the Vietnam Era, Read more...