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The Osceola Region Has New Leadership

Friday, May 7, 2021 Melissa Pedone, interim executive dean, and Stanton Reed, professor, business/accounting, recently began their roles as interim campus presidents of the Osceola, Lake Nona and Poinciana Campuses. They will remain in their positions until the College completes an organizational review as well as a search for its regional leader, which is expected in […]

Featured Colleague: A Life of Service Defines Stanton...

By Claudia Zequeira It’s likely you already know him. He’s the gentleman in the bowtie with a perennial smile on his face; the one who always has a few minutes to ask “How’s it going?” and has a few encouraging words to share. If you do not, meet Stanton Reed, professor, business and accounting, Osceola […]

Faculty Governance Update — August 2019

With the start of the 2019-2020 academic year, John Niss, professor mathematics, has stepped into his role as Collegewide Faculty Association immediate past president, and Stanton Reed, business and accounting professor, has assumed the role of Collegewide Faculty Association president. Learn more about Stanton, his teaching and learning philosophy and his plans for his new role […]

Congratulations to our NISOD and Roueche Award Recipients

A message from Kathleen Plinske, President, Osceola & Lake Nona Campuses Three faculty from the Osceola and Lake Nona Campuses have been recognized for excellence by receiving a NISOD or Roueche Excellence Award: Kris Dougherty, professor of biology at Lake Nona, was selected to receive a National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence […]

Business Accounting Professor Stanton Reed Leads Study...

By Stanton Reed, Professor of Business Accounting, Osceola Campus The study abroad experience offers students a living lab to examine their theories and develop their global perspectives. During spring 2014, I led a group of 10 students (four from Valencia, six from other schools) through a partnership with Community Colleges for International Development in a […]