Under the new agreement, Landmark College will provide middle and high school programming and professional development opportunities to local schools.
“I think of it as a stepping stone,” said Megan Freeman, who is employed in the TCI Services office this month. “I think this is a good thing to prepare me for the next step.”
The graduating class included 24 recipients of an associate of arts degree (20 in liberal studies and four in business studies), three who earned an associate of science degree (two in computer science/gaming and one in life sciences), and five who received a bachelor’s of arts in liberal studies.
The Landmark Writing Project seeks to integrate, articulate and apply an approach to teaching and supporting writing across the curriculum that is unprecedented in higher education and holds potential for broad dissemination.
“In a post-antibiotic era, we need different ways to eliminate bacteria,” said VGN’s Janet Murray, explaining the significance of the work in which Bavelock participated.
This day-long event included keynote by McCulley and a student panel discussion on learning with an LD.
The show entitled “Series,” curated by Landmark College art faculty member Christie Herbert, opens at the Landmark College Fine Arts Gallery with a reception on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2-4, and features five local artists: Ricia Gordon, Stephen Procter, Michael Poster, Elizabeth Ungerleider and Susan Wilson.