Hopkinsville Community College

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Hopkinsville Community College has a new president. Kentucky Community and Technical College System President Jay Box has appointed Alissa Young as president of HCC.

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Hopkinsville Community College says the total solar eclipse was the “largest event ever held on campus.”

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Three candidates in the Hopkinsville Community College presidential search are visiting campus next week for interviews.

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Hopkinsville Community College is slated to host a NASA astronaut on campus during the August 21 total solar eclipse.

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Hopkinsville Community College interim president Dr. Dennis Michaelis began his first day Monday.

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  Tibetan Monk Tsering Phuntsok is touring western Kentucky this week for the eighth year in a row. Phuntsok is speaking with local businesses and schools about Buddhist teachings and compassion. Phuntsok said that he doesn’t worry about the current political climate because the world goes through ups and downs.

 

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Hopkinsville Community College is one of ten community colleges selected as a finalist for a prestigious national award for innovative education.

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Community colleges in western Kentucky are cutting faculty and staff, shortening contracts, eliminating programs and making changes to their facilities in an effort to reduce projected budget deficits. The cuts come in the face of declining enrollment and a reduction in state appropriations.

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Civil Rights activist Joan Trumpauer Mulholland has been chosen for the Inaugural Breathitt Lecture at Hopkinsville Community College. 

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Hopkinsville Community College is hosting an entrepreneurial conference on March 9. HCC Workforce Development Liaison Lea Martin and Kentucky Small Business Development Center District Director Chris Wooldridge speak with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about what to expect.

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