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Nolan Browning

Vice President of Academic and Student Development

Patrick Henry Community College

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Patrick Henry Community College

645 Patriot Ave.

Martinsville, Virginia,24112

United States

Company Description

The Patrick Henry Community College Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation organized under Virginia law and is fiscally and organizationally separate from the college. ...more

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www.martinsvillebulletin.com

Nolan Browning, vice president for academic and student development services at PHCC, said PHCC offers credit programs (associate degrees and certificates) and noncredit programs.
About 70 percent of its students need one or more remedial courses, and PHCC provides those. PHCC works with other community colleges and with four-year colleges and universities so that PHCC students can transfer their credits and continue their educations, he said. PHCC also has dual enrollment programs, in which students can be enrolled in high school and PHCC at the same time, and the college tuition they pay is greatly discounted, he said. He also said that fear is a big barrier to the pursuit of education beyond high school, but most success stories involve people overcoming their fears.


www.insidehighereducation.com

Nolan Browning, vice president of academic and student development at Patrick Henry Community College, in Virginia, said that data also enable colleges to intelligently "make a big bet" on a specific strategy.
In his college's case, that policy was "active learning," replacing lecture courses with those in which students were more engaged in classroom activities and a variety of activities. Retention rates are up, he said.


www.martinsvilleuptown.com

Nolan Browning, PHCC's vice president of academic and student development services, expressed gratitude to Dorsey, King and others at NCI for "working with us on this" project.
The Governor's School originally was based on the PHCC campus but moved to the former South Martinsville Elementary School building in May 2005 due to space limitations. It now must move from that building but is expected to return to PHCC when space is available. "Sometimes, the Governor's School has felt like a place without a home," Browning said, and the agreement with NCI will "be a huge help to students and another example of how we continue to work together." Students not only will benefit from an increased quality of programming, but also from the technology that is available at NCI, Browning said.


www.martinsvillebulletin.com

Nolan Browning, vice president for academic and student development services at Patrick Henry Community College speaks during a "Leaders DREAM Celebration Luncheon" at the Dutch Inn.
"We must embrace an honest effort for continuous improvement" in racial relations, said Nolan Browning, vice president for academic and student development services at Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC). Browning said PHCC is bringing students from different socioeconomic and racial backgrounds together through its "collaborative learning" process. He said the school is emphasizing students working together to solve problems and think critically as opposed to merely sitting in class and listening to an instructor.


www.martinsvillebulletin.com

Present were eight members of Obama's advance team, along with PHCC's Nolan Browning, vice president of academic services; Natalie Harder, vice president of institutional advancement, and Landrum.After Harder and Browning approved the project, Landrum and other staff members went to work.


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