Trusteeship Fundamentals: Student Success and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
This is the fourth in a series of episodes dedicated to the fundamentals of community college governance.
In this series, Jaci King, co-editor of the recently released Trusteeship in Community Colleges: A Guide for Effective Governance, Second Edition, interviews chapter authors about how to govern.
In this episode, Dr. Charlene Dukes discusses student success and diversity, equity and inclusion. Dr. Dukes is president emerita of Prince George’s Community College in Largo, MD where she spent 25 years of her service in higher education – the first twelve as vice president for Student Services.
This conversation was recorded on ZOOM, so please excuse a few brief dips in audio quality.
To purchase Trusteeship in Community Colleges: A Guide for Effective Governance, Second Edition, visit the ACCT Bookstore online.
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