By J.D. Rottweiler, Ph.D. Like many organizations, Cochise College recognizes employees for work well done. The specific programs that are in place are the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Award and the Achieved Classified Excellence (ACE) Award. The first is connected with the College of Education at the University of Texas at […]
There’s nothing that brightens our day more than hearing from Cochise College alumni. Who, you ask, is an alum? An alum is any former student, whether they received a credential or not. Former faculty and staff also fall into this category. Alumni-focused communications, including the biannual Accolade magazine, are mailed to those for whom the […]
By J.D. Rottweiler, Ph.D. The great physicist Sir Isaac Newton has a law: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. As a sociologist, I have a human version of that theory: For every good deed, the impact on others is immeasurable. In other words, human actions have ripple effects. We celebrated some […]
Cochise College is pleased to welcome several alumni who will participate as marshals at its 2016 commencement ceremony to be held Friday, May 13 at the Sierra Vista Campus. This year’s marshals include two members of the Class of ’77 and a retiring faculty member who also graduated from the college in 1987. Marshals participate […]
Looking for a job? How about employees? Connect with Cochise College on LinkedIn! Cochise is one of hundreds, if not thousands, of higher education institutions with a LinkedIn presence, and we’re enhancing ours in an effort to reach out to the 10,000-plus alumni listed there. Connect with Cochise, and you join a network of other […]
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program has ranked Cochise College as one of the nation’s 150 best community colleges. In order to identify the nation’s best community colleges and award $1 million in prize money, Cochise College and 149 other community colleges will compete for the prize funds (to be announced in fall 2016) by […]
By Dr. Joe Gilliland I am writing this in memory of Don Johnson, who recently passed away at his home in Tucson. One of the founding faculty at Cochise College, Don and his wife Cathi, who was College librarian, were residents of Bisbee, but when he joined the faculty, Don and his family made their […]
Dr. Joe Gilliland sent in this photo labeled Earth Day Tree Planting after visiting the Douglas Campus last month. One of the first faculty members, he continues to teach humanities courses occasionally, including this semester. Gilliland believes the tree was an ash planted near the Charles DiPeso Library on the Douglas Campus. Do you have […]
If you don’t already volunteer for the Douglas Area Food Bank, you’ll want to by the time you finish a tour with Javier “Shorty” Fimbres (’77). Fimbres became food bank president in 2010 and recently earned recognition as the first Carol Huddleston Volunteer of the Year, presented by the Arizona Community Foundation of Cochise. The […]
By J.D. Rottweiler, Ph.D. As Cochise College winds down from an accreditation visit, I’m a bit short on column topics. So in recognition of the season, I’ve crafted something you’ve never seen – a list of things for which I am thankful. While Cochise County is a scenic wonder on its own, you’ll notice my […]
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