PCC / News / November 4, 2013

Campus Conversations address makings of 21st century community college

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Building on the momentum of last week’s Presidential Investiture, “Together, Envision the Future,” PCC’s many campuses and centers will host a series of “Campus Conversations” led by Jeremy Brown, the college’s new president. The discussions will encourage further dialogue about timely, pertinent issues in store for PCC – and what it means to be a premier community college for the 21st century.

Dr. Jeremy Brown will lead "Campus Conversations" at PCC campuses and facilities beginning Nov. 5.

Dr. Jeremy Brown will lead “Campus Conversations” at PCC campuses and facilities beginning Nov. 5.

At each event, President Brown will lead a panel of special guests that includes students, faculty, community representatives and elected officials in an informal discussion. Time will be built in to take questions from attendees, and all are encouraged to attend – faculty, staff and students.

Following is the slate of upcoming Campus Conversations; some information still is being confirmed, so visit the Web site for updated details: www.pcc.edu/about/envision.

  • Tuesday, Nov. 5, Sylvania Campus, noon to 1:30 p.m., Performing Arts Lobby
  • Friday, Nov. 8, Cascade Campus, 10:30 a.m. to noon, Terrell Hall, Room 122
  • Thursday, Nov. 14, Downtown Center, 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., Rose Room
  • Monday, Nov. 18, Southeast Center, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., room TBA
  • Tuesday, Nov. 19, Rock Creek Campus, 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., Building 3 Forum
  • Thursday, Dec. 5, CLIMB Center, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., room TBA


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PCC offers this limited open forum as an extension of the respectful, well-reasoned discourse we expect in our classroom discussions. As such, we welcome all viewpoints, but monitor comments to be sure they stick to the topic and contribute to the conversation. We will remove them if they contain or link to abusive material, personal attacks, profanity, off-topic items, or spam. This is the same behavior we require in our hallways and classrooms. Our online spaces are no different.