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Janice H. Gilliam

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Northeast State Technical Community College

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Northeast State Technical Community College

2425 Highway 75

Blountville, Tennessee,37617

United States

Company Description

Northeast State offers associate degrees in more than 50 programs of study, which can be transferred to a number of local and regional four-year colleges and universities. The school also offers associate of applied science degrees in more than 30 programs of ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President of Student Development

Haywood Community College


Affiliations

Community Colleges

Board Member


Bristol Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Eastern Regional Competency Based Education Consortium

Member College Representative


Tennessee

Board of Regents


Johnson City Economic Development Board

Officio Member


Education

Haywood Community College


associate degree

vocational education

Isothermal Community College


bachelor's degree

occupational education

Western Carolina University


doctorate in Education

North Carolina State University , Raleigh


educational doctorate

North Carolina State University


master's of industrial education

Western Carolina University


Web References(113 Total References)


TVC

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Host and Panel Moderator- Dr. Janice Gilliam, President, Northeast State


Northeast State downtown site taking shape | Washington County Economic Development

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Northeast President Dr. Janice Gilliam says the first phase of renovation may still be complete in time for use of four classrooms this fall semester, which will start in late August.
"We really are trying for fall, but it will be a push," Gilliam said during a recent visit to the Downtown Centre. The Johnson City Development Authority purchased the center from Washington County last year, and is leasing it to Northeast State. The JCDA also obligated $1 million of tax increment financing to help in the building's renovation, which should yield around a dozen classrooms and plenty of administrative, student support and storage space. "(Washington County Economic Development Council CEO) Robert Reynolds and (JCDA Chairman) Robert White were key in getting this through the JCDA, and we're very appreciative of their vision," Gilliam said. "As gas prices go up, it's going to become more and more important for us to be closer to the students," Gilliam said. "I've seen that model work in North Carolina. It's about the students, and we've got to make it more accessible. There's so much talent out there, we just have to make it easy for them to get to us, and they'll do the rest." The first cohort of students should number about 120, Gilliam said - four groups of about 30 students each taking a full load of courses. "Within the first year I would hope we could get anywhere from 100 to 300 students," she said, adding that the initial focus will be on general education courses that lead to a two-year associate degree. Dr. Janice Gilliam in a future classroom at Northeast State's downtown Johnson City site. "Then we'll start putting in some other courses that are in demand. We're working very closely with East Tennessee State University, and think it will benefit them as well." Gilliam said that's because the "Tennessee Transfer Pathways" initiative, which allows students completing a two-year degree at a community college to seamlessly transfer to any Tennessee public university and enter as a junior. "My vision is to help students like I was," said Gilliam, who was from a small town in North Carolina and initially became a cosmetologist before working her way through undergraduate school and beyond. Gilliam is also enthusiastic about the role community colleges will continue to play in preparing tomorrow's workforce with the skill sets it needs.


State grant helps move Northeast State project forward | Washington County Economic Development

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Northeast State President Dr. Janice Gilliam said the grant provides a welcome shot in the arm to the project, which the college still hopes will result in classes beginning with the fall semester of 2013.
"Repurposing existing buildings is never an easy process and unexpected expenses always arise," Dr. Gilliam said. "We're grateful to the State of Tennessee for its commitment to energy efficiency. This grant will help move the project forward as we work toward a teaching site that prepares students for the jobs of tomorrow." Northeast State President Dr. Janice Gilliam in a future Downtown Centre classroom. This inefficient, aging chiller/condensor is among the HVAC equipment to be replaced. In a comparison of the current boiler with its proposed replacement, the thermal efficiency increases from 75 percent to 95 percent with the new system, which has been in place since 1986. The new system is expected to reduce annual operating costs by 23 percent, from $60,000 to $46,000, and it includes a feature allowing a boiler to "turn down" to 10 percent of capacity without cycling, preventing needless energy losses. Dr. Gilliam said the college changed out inefficient boilers on its main campus in Blountville last year using a similar system and saved $80,000 in energy costs in the first year alone.


Kingsport Times News: Corker suggests ways to boost national economy | Bob Corker U.S. Senate

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Northeast State President Janice Gilliam observed.


Bell Helicopter Partners with Northeast State Community College for Training Initiative | NETVRIDA

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"Our goal is to promote aviation and aerospace education," Northeast State President Janice Gilliam said.


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