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Reflecting on 25 Years of CCRC

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To mark our 25th anniversary, our founding director, Thomas Bailey, sat down with our current director, Thomas Brock, to reflect on CCRC's growth and consider the next phase of the center's work.

Inside CCRC: Farzana Matin on Why Higher Education Means Opportunity

Inside CCRC: Farzana Matin on Why Higher Education Means Opportunity

In this Q&A, find out more about Intern Farzana Matin, her interest in mental health, her undergraduate experience, and what she’s learned during her time at CCRC.

Inside CCRC: Annie Zavitz and the Value of Guided Pathways

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In this Q&A, find out more about Annie Zavitz, her internship experience, and her newfound appreciation for guided pathways.

Dual Enrollment as an Engine of Economic Mobility: A Q&A with Lorain County Community College President Marcia Ballinger

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Ohio's Lorain County Community College has been a pioneer in dual enrollment for more than two decades. In this conversation, LCCC President Marcia Ballinger describes the evolution of the program and its role in growing talent and jobs in the community.

Advising Redesign at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte: A Conversation with Fred Bowen

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In a video interview, CCRC's Lauren Pellegrino and UNCC's LeeFredrick Bowen discuss effective advising and how advisors have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.