State chancellor visits Rio


Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor John Carey paid a visit to Rio Grande Community College last week as part of his statewide tour to discuss higher education portions of the state budget recently signed by Gov. John Kasich, all of which focus on making higher education more affordable and accessible for students in Ohio. His visit to Rio Grande included a meeting with about 40 members of the faculty, staff and administration. Pictured are, from left, Raymond Matura, Rio Grande professor of sociology; Kay Ervin, University of Rio Grande Board of Trustees vice chair; Dr. Michelle Johnston, Rio Grande president; and Carey.


Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor John Carey paid a visit to Rio Grande Community College last week as part of his statewide tour to discuss higher education portions of the state budget recently signed by Gov. John Kasich, all of which focus on making higher education more affordable and accessible for students in Ohio. His visit to Rio Grande included a meeting with about 40 members of the faculty, staff and administration. Pictured are, from left, Raymond Matura, Rio Grande professor of sociology; Kay Ervin, University of Rio Grande Board of Trustees vice chair; Dr. Michelle Johnston, Rio Grande president; and Carey.

Ohio Department of Higher Education Chancellor John Carey paid a visit to Rio Grande Community College last week as part of his statewide tour to discuss higher education portions of the state budget recently signed by Gov. John Kasich, all of which focus on making higher education more affordable and accessible for students in Ohio. His visit to Rio Grande included a meeting with about 40 members of the faculty, staff and administration. Pictured are, from left, Raymond Matura, Rio Grande professor of sociology; Kay Ervin, University of Rio Grande Board of Trustees vice chair; Dr. Michelle Johnston, Rio Grande president; and Carey.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSC_9397.jpgOhio Department of Higher Education Chancellor John Carey paid a visit to Rio Grande Community College last week as part of his statewide tour to discuss higher education portions of the state budget recently signed by Gov. John Kasich, all of which focus on making higher education more affordable and accessible for students in Ohio. His visit to Rio Grande included a meeting with about 40 members of the faculty, staff and administration. Pictured are, from left, Raymond Matura, Rio Grande professor of sociology; Kay Ervin, University of Rio Grande Board of Trustees vice chair; Dr. Michelle Johnston, Rio Grande president; and Carey.
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