In a classroom of over thirty people, Weijie Gao, on occasion would ask his environmental science professor for help. However he would get the same response of, “ask your group members for help,” when searching for the answer. Even when Gao would get rejected multiple times, he was still determined to find the right solution. Whether it be to a science problem or to making life decisions, he would ensure he found what he was looking for.
Is anyone taking care of college business?
With six vital senior management positions at PCC vacant, students, faculty and staff can only wonder how business is being properly and efficiently conducted on campus. The recent bribery investigation led to a vice president and facilities manager being put on administrative leave. A week later, Vice President of Administrative Services Rick van Pelt was terminated.
Community Education Center dean’s employment ends
The now former Community Education Center Dean Richard Hodge did not have is employment contract renewed as of June 30. Hodge had been put on administrative leave on Feb. 21 by the Board of Trustees, according to the meetingâ€™s minutes.