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ERIC Number: ED358886
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 68
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Practicing Community Leadership: Partnerships Are the Key to Success.
Schlack, Marilyn; And Others
The papers in this collection describe partnership programs and projects involving Kalamazoo Valley Community College (KVCC) in Michigan. The first paper, "The Arcadia Commons Partnership: The Community College and Economic Redevelopment," by Marilyn Schlack, describes the Arcadia Commons, a business-education park in downtown Kalamazoo, developed through the combined efforts of KVCC, area business and financial institutions, and the Kalamazoo Public Museum. The Commons houses numerous institutions including KVCC's downtown satellite center, the West Michigan Cancer Center, and the four-level New Museum. The second paper, "Partners in Workforce Development," by Helen McCauslin, describes KVCC's leadership role in three multi-partner coalitions: Education for Employment, the Southwest Michigan Coalition for Tech Prep, and the Kalamazoo Valley Partners for Quality. The third paper, "Partnerships in Internationalization: The Title VIa and Beacon Projects," by Theo Sypris, describes KVCC's involvement in a consortium of 15 community colleges in Michigan and Michigan State University, funded to design, establish, and operate a regionally based, globally focussed, "International Studies and Foreign Language Program Development Institute for Community Colleges." The final paper, "Partnerships Across the Disciplines. The Humanities, Science and Technology: Making Connections," by Robert Badra and Helen Palleschi, describes efforts to internationalize the curriculum at KVCC, involving faculty summer institutes and culminating with the establishment of a general education core course examining the relationship of the humanities to science and to technology. (PAA)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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