HOW WE SEE IT: NWACC enters third presidential era

Posted: November 20, 2012 at 9:25 a.m.

How much of a difference can one person make in a large organization? When that person’s name follows the title “president,” the answer should be “a lot.” But history tells us that depends entirely on the president’s abilities to juggle the needs, the wants and the whims of multiple constituencies with, of course, limited funding. In the case of NorthWest Arkansas Community College, that means students, instructors, staff, trustees, contributors and residents in Bentonville and Rogers who support the institution with their tax dollars.

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