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Points of Cougar Pride - Faculty and Staff Presentations 2008-2009
Faculty and Staff Presentations 2008-2009
This page is a list of the various presentations made by Collin College faculty and staff at conventions, conferences and other events around the nation.

Faculty and Staff Presentations

Amy Lenhart, counselor, presented “Preparing Students & Parents for Successful Post Secondary Experience” at the Texas Secondary School Counselors Conference in February with Dr. John Hipple from the University of North Texas.

Cary Israel, president of Collin College, made several presentations, including: “Leadership and Change” at the North Texas Community College Consortium’s 2008 Fall Leadership Convocation; “Strategic Thinking, Strategic Planning” at the National Community College Hispanic Council’s Leadership Fellows Program; college update at the McKinney Chamber of Commerce State of the Community event; college update at the Allen Rotary Club; at the Clinical Department Luncheon; Leadership Plano’s Education Day; Leadership Allen; Texas Association of Community College Attorneys Conference; Collin County Association of Realtors; with Frisco Mayor Maher Maso on “Mayor’s Corner” on Frisco public access television; and the Collin County Democratic Party.

Drs. Linda Qualia, Eric Yeager and Sharon Steele-Blakeman will present at the Texas Association of Chief Community College Student Affairs Administrators (TACCCSAA) Conference at Midland College in September. The title of the presentation is “The creation of a Behavioral Intervention Committee on a Community College Campus.”

Professors Rosemary Karr and Marilyn Massey participated as panelists in a developmental education webinar for the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD). The discussion focused on national trends and promising practices discovered through years of experience as leaders in the classroom and college environments.

Levi Bryant, professor of philosophy, presented “Indirect Discourse and the Politics of Language: Deleuze, Guattari, and Pragmatics” at the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference in October 2008.

Brenda Carter, dean, and professors Michael McConachie, Cathy Donald-Whitney and Martha Tolleson of the Central Park Campus Academic Affairs department conducted a roundtable discussion at the 18th Annual International Leadership Conference for Post-Secondary Leaders Worldwide March 4. The topic of the discussion was Culture: Where You Are + Who You Are = Leadership.

Brett Adams, professor of history, presented “Whose Forest Is It? Resistance to the Arkansas National Forest” at the second annual Ozark Studies Research Symposium: Nature and Culture: Land and People in the Ozarks.

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