Learn about CPCC in this history of the College from 1993 to 2013. “Legacy and Promise” is being published as part of the College’s 50-year celebration and as a complement to Carol Timblin’s book The First Thirty Years 1963-1993.
Legacy and Promise is a tribute to countless employees who are responsible for the College’s achievements and reputation, and it chronicles CPCC’s multi-campus growth and its unwavering responsiveness to its community. The evolution of teaching and learning, the implementation of innovations, along with many challenges and opportunities from the past 20 years are covered in this fascinating book.
Important College milestones and significant events are captured, including groundbreakings, celebrations, dedications, along with numerous student, employee and college awards; nearly 300 photos document these people and highlights.
Sensoria – April 12-20, 2013 Sensoria, CPCC’s annual celebration of the arts, brings the best in literature, music, visual arts, theatre, opera, history, culture and culinary experiences together for more than a week of cultural enrichment, community engagement and pure entertainment.
Sensoria Nights New this year is a Sensoria Nights, a special highlighted event each evening. Sensoria Nights events include:
More Sensoria Events + Mobile Sensoria Nights are just a part of what Sensoria has to offer. A complete list of each day’s events is available on the Sensoria website. You can also download a convenient Sensoria mobile app for iPhone and Android devices!
Food Trucks Also new this year, an assortment of food trucks will visit the Central Campus several days during Sensoria. Be sure to stop outside Overcash and sample some delicious food:
Saturday, April 13 Roaming Fork (During Jazz on the Green)
Monday, April 15 Roots Farm Food Truck
Tuesday, April 16 Sal’s Roadside Eatery and The Homegrown Crepe
Wednesday, April 17 Cupcake Delirium and Roaming Fork
CPCC Libraries invite you to join us on Wednesday, March 14 at 11 a.m., on the 2nd floor atrium of the Central Campus Library, as CPCC History Instructor Kathryn Wells presents “Foundationsfor Empowerment: Women in Early America.”Ms. Wells will discuss the meaning of empowerment, and give concrete examples of women in early America that laid the foundations for the possibility of empowerment for later generations.
Join the CPCC Library on Thursday, March 22 at 11 a.m., in Tate Hall on Central Campus, as we welcome Dr. Ruth Shaw, former CPCC President. Dr. Shaw will discuss her experiences and how education played an important role in her success. This event is co-sponsored by Student Life and the American Associationfor Women in Community Colleges. A light reception will follow.
The Office of Student Life is committed to developing programs and events that celebrate diversity throughout the College! Join us by visiting this year’s “Unsung Heroes of Black History” display, a dedication to those who greatly contributed to the ongoing struggle for justice and equality in the African-American community but are often unappreciated.