Two academic administrators and two faculty members reported their “good news” of their good work external to the college:
- Acting Dean of Business, Industry & Government Carlos Rivera, and Acting Chair of the Business Division Dr. Augustine Boayke recently attended a two-day conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for administering a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. The College will develop eight specific credentials to provide workers with skills for employment in supply chain management.
- Assistant Professor of Music Richard Alston will present his Classically Black concert March 20 at Boston University. Prior to going to Boston, he will give a preview of his performance during ECC’s Humanities Conference in the Mary Burch Theater on March 12 at 10 a.m.
- English Instructor William (Billy) Tooma is the proud author of his first novel, A Seemingly Unstoppable Dawn, which was published February 17 by Ozymandias Melancholia Press. The novel is about a young man who journeys to New York City following the death of his mother.