In Florida, Pasco-Hernandez State College (PHSC) welcomed IEBC’s Chief Operating Office Jordan Horowitz to conduct a Caring Campus joint session for Pasco-Hernando State College at their Porter Campus in Wesley Chapel.
Long Beach, Calif. – More California community colleges have been selected as participants in the Spring 2022 cohort of the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) Caring Campus partnership.
IEBC CEO and President Brad Phillips Appears on the Podcast “Higher Education: Coffee and Conversation with Cheryl Broom”
IEBC CEO and President Brad Phillips appears as a featured guest on the podcast “Higher Education: Coffee and Conversation with Cheryl Broom.” Brad discussed Using Data to Tell Stories.
In Arkansas, IEBC Caring Campus Coach Frank Renz has been working with Arkansas State University Newport and the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville and will soon be leading both colleges in their final coaching sessions for staff, funded by ECMC.
Greater Texas Foundation Awards Grant to the Institute for Evidence-Based Change Expanding Caring Campus
Long Beach, Calif. – Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) is providing funding to the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) to implement its Caring Campus program at 10 community colleges in Texas. GTF is a private foundation which envisions a state where all students…
At the League for Innovation in the Community Colleges conference this week, a panel addressed Caring Campus and the important role of Staff. IEBC President/CEO Brad Phillips discussed “Taking the Lead: How College Staff Implement a Caring Campus.”
EBC President/CEO Brad Phillips, working with the State Center Community College District in Fresno, California on February 25, conducted the latest virtual Trustee Fellowship Data Use workshop session.
Chancellor’s Office Expands ‘Caring Campus’ Partnership with IEBC to Additional California Community Colleges
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is expanding its partnership with the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC), implementing Caring Campus in California with $977,980. The new funding will support…
Bossier Parish Community College is one of eight community colleges across the U.S. selected to participate in the Institute for Evidence-Based Change’s (IEBC) Caring Campus initiative, funded through a $600,000 grant provided by the ECMC Foundation, a nationally focused foundation investing in initiatives that improve educational outcomes and support post-secondary education and career success among underserved populations. “We are delighted to be selected for the Caring Campus initiative and we're confident that the caring spirit with which we embrace each and every student will be enhanced as a result of this engagement,” said Chancellor Dr. Rick Bateman, Jr. “BPCC is a special place that seeks to embrace, educate, and empower students who go forth into our communities to be difference makers. This initiative seeks to strengthen the impact we have on students and our region.” To read more of this article, go to:...
In the new video “A Caring Campus Moment,” Irving Valley College Senior Administrative Assistant Amy Hunter describes how her recent experience assisting a student from another campus brought new life to the student’s educational goals.