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March 6, 2020
Elizabeth Southeast student Elizabeth "Liz" Brock has a story to tell, and it's one of perseverance.
March 4, 2020
Respiratory Care students practicing skills.Respiratory Care graduates have passed their licensure exams at 100% for the fifth consecutive year!
March 3, 2020
Bradford Harris receiving his award with Lige Buell.Southeast has named its Students of the Month for February 2020: Kayla Brock, Kierra Bates, Heather Saylor, Rhonda Beeler, and Bradford Harris.
February 13, 2020
Hayden Prater will apply the Reach award he received through the KFC Foundation towards his studies at UK.At 17, Bell County High School student Joshua Hayden Prater has had to grow up fast. Like thousands of local high school students, he has taken advantage of the dual credit opportunities at Southeast. Unlike most of them, he has done so despite being homeless.
February 12, 2020
Southeast Professor Jamie Vaught, pictured at Rupp Arena, will release his fifth book about Kentucky hoops later this month.A college professor, who also moonlights as a longtime credentialed sports columnist in Kentucky, has written another book about University of Kentucky basketball.
February 12, 2020
Taylor Thomas earned college credit as a high school student, giving her a head start towards dental school at the University of Kentucky.Kentucky's dual credit college tuition program - which allows students to start earning college credits while they are still in high school - is providing a path to college or work while saving Kentuckians millions of dollars.
February 10, 2020
Kate Handzlik will serve as artistic director for Higher Ground.Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKCTC) is pleased to announce that Kate Handzlik, Brandon Jent, and Ryland Pope have been hired to serve as faculty and to provide creative leadership for the Higher Ground community performance project.
February 7, 2020
Southeast’s Workforce Solutions delivers training to companies like Smart Wood using the Success Xpress, a mobile training unit that provides electrical and hydraulics on site.Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College has recently formed a new industry partnership, one that reaches consumers of all ages. The Smart Wood plant in Corbin, Kentucky, produces what for many is a basic summertime necessity: popsicle sticks.
February 6, 2020
Representatives from Southeast, ARC, and the USDA meet to discuss the grant award: From L: Cumberland Campus Director Lige Buell; USDA representatives Jeff Jones, Cheryl Clay, and Mark Mason; Southeast President Vic Adams; Southeast VP of Student Affairs Rebecca Parrott; Southeast VP of Academic Affairs Joel Michaelis; Southeast VP of Advancement Michelle Dykes-Anderson: and Southeast grant writer Carrie Billett.Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKCTC) has been awarded $750,000 from the USDA's Rural Business Development program and the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC). This funding will allow the college to renovate the Chrisman Building on its Cumberland Campus to house programming in advanced manufacturing.
January 31, 2020
Southeast clinical instructor and former coal miner Shawn Rigney (center) enjoys sharing his knowledge with respiratory care students like Angela Mills and Dillan Napier.On March 31, 2015, fourth-generation coal miner Shawn Rigney found himself at a crossroads. For 11 years, he had worked for a local surface mining company, first as a loader and dozer operator, and eventually as a safety director. When the company went bankrupt, operations continued until the company was able to find a buyer, but on February 13, the company suffered a substantial layoff.
 
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