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Governor Jan Brewer, left, receives a gift from Mesa Community College president Shouan Pan while speaking at breakfast with the governor, Wednesday, March 9, 2011 in Mesa.
“This institution belongs to the city,” Mesa Community College President Shouan Pan emphasized as he set the stage for a lunch-time brainstorming session Thursday with Mesa activists. That’s what Pan said. But what does that mean and does he mean what he said?
Mesa City Councilmember Dennis Kavanaugh was recently appointed to a two-year term as chairman of the Mesa Community College Commission on Excellence in Education by MCC president Dr. Shouan Pan. Kavanaugh, who represents the city’s District 3, has served on the commission for more than 10 years. Serving as a sounding board for MCC, the Commission on Excellence in Education seeks representation from business, industry, education and East Valley residents.
Maricopa Community Colleges announced this week that the culinary arts program at Mesa Community College will transition to Scottsdale Community College beginning this fall.
Just one test remains before a Florida college official can become president of the embattled Mesa Community College.
A recent change of direction at Mesa's premier two-year public college might be a setback to the immediate future of downtown but still should be a boon to the community as a whole.
Mesa Community College has narrowed the search for its next president to Shouan Pan, a college executive with 20 years of experience and Arizona ties.
When Andrew Kuhn was in the process of deciding where to transfer after his time at Mesa Community College, he had the well-know Arizona options: Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University or University of Arizona.
The search for Mesa Community College's next president has been narrowed to five finalists, all of whom are executives at colleges outside of Arizona.
Three men from different parts of the country believe they can restore the public trust in Mesa Community College, which remains at the center of an ongoing fraud probe.
An unusual lineup will take the stage Saturday at Mesa Arts Center.
The search for Mesa Community College’s next president ended Wednesday without a new leader for the campus.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded Mesa a $3 million grant to boost the community's low college completion rate.
In order to increase retention rates among first-generation Mesa Community College students, a new program this semester paired students with staff mentors to help ease their transition to college life.
Mesa Community College’s next president will come from outside Arizona, but little else is clear as the school announced a diverse group of five finalists Monday.
It was touted as a panacea for bringing life to downtown Mesa. But college officials say rising construction costs and the chance to plan a new program at a single site pushed them to move expansion plans for Mesa Community College to its main Fiesta district campus instead.
Students graduating from Chandler Unified School District's Perry High School last year largely chose community colleges - Chandler-Gilbert Community College, in particular - for their postsecondary plans.
East Valley stargazers are focusing their attention on Mesa Community College, where they can explore the universe for free.
Jim Ripley: Supporters of turning Mesa Community College into a four-year state college have gained an important ally in state Rep. Rich Crandall. The Mesa Republican and chairman of the House Education Committee told me that he supports the idea and is taking steps "to head down this path."