Dallas County Community College District
May is National Photography Month, a great time to get out and take photos. And, with today’s camera phone technology, one is always equipped to capture life in all its splendor.
When it comes to speech communication and language arts, Dr. Sherry Dean is an innovative educator.
Flowers earned her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in Developmental (Child) Psychology from the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles.
Erica Edwards is the lead faculty and program coordinator for journalism and student media at the Dallas County Community College District’s Richland College
Trudi Swedlund, Licensed Professor Counselor and Licensed Marriage, is a professor of English and speech communications at Richland College.
Daniel Ibarrondo is a living example of how advanced degrees can lead you to success in any career path you choose.
Making the decision to return to school is one of the best decisions one can make, says Ruben Johnson – executive dean of the Business and Technology Division at Cedar Valley College.
Ann Hatch, found her calling while writing for the high school student newspaper, and went on to “make the switch to media relations and never looked back.”
Matt Hinckley was destined to be a history professor, and according to him, the benefits of an advanced degree go way beyond the pay.
You can’t help getting older, but you can do something about growing more skilled, more educated or more competitive in the work marketplace.
Education is a valuable tool to reaching employment and personal fulfillment goals, as evidenced by Dallas residents.
The chancellor of one of the country’s largest community college districts shares insight on the role of education in finding the right job for you.