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TC3 Employees Complete Inaugural New York State Community Leadership Program


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Thirty-four faculty and staff members across SUNY’s community colleges participated in the inaugural New York State Community College Leadership Academy Program.

Amongst them were two Tompkins Cortland Community College employees, assistant provost Anndrea Mathers and diversity Education and Support Services Program Coordinator Tracey Brunner. In this program, they focused on timely topics for community college leaders and how to address them, as well as learning about strengthening their leadership and critical thinking skills. In turn, they can use this newfound knowledge to improve their campus, and help the students who look to them for guidance.

“We were allowed to access nationally acclaimed curricula from the Aspen Institute,” said Mathers. “Learning together with other community college leaders was very powerful.”

The program was organized by New York’s Community College Leadership Academy Advisory Board. New York was part of a collective of states including Ohio, Michigan, and Texas that were selected to develop leadership programs for college practitioners using curriculum from Aspen Institute.

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