Bristol Community College: Difference between revisions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
(Faculty)
(Faculty)
Line 37: Line 37:
 
*[[Gabriela Adler]], Professor and Lizzy Borden historian.
 
*[[Gabriela Adler]], Professor and Lizzy Borden historian.
 
*[[Ricardo Rebelo]], staff assistant and [[Fall River Community Television]] services instructor, director of the [[Rhode Island International Film Festival|RIIFF]]'s [[Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival]].
 
*[[Ricardo Rebelo]], staff assistant and [[Fall River Community Television]] services instructor, director of the [[Rhode Island International Film Festival|RIIFF]]'s [[Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival]].
*[[Sandy Lygren]], professor of ASL and Deaf Studies, Deaf ed consultant & interpreter (CI/CT/EIPA 4.9), public interpretations include: First Lady Laura Bush, the Farrelly Brothers, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Janet Reno & Roberta Flack
+
*[[Sandy Lygren]], professor of ASL and Deaf Studies, Deaf ed consultant, interpreter (CI/CT/EIPA 4.9) including platform public interpretations of: First Lady Laura Bush, the Farrelly Brothers, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Janet Reno & Roberta Flack, SLPI rater for state of MA/DOE/MCDHH.
   
 
===Former faculty===
 
===Former faculty===

Revision as of 19:07, 7 October 2008

Bristol Community College
Type Community
Established 1965
President John J. Sbrega
Administrative staff
432
Students 6,639
Location Fall River, Mass., USA
Campus Suburban
Website www.bristol.mass.edu

Bristol Community College is a two-year community college in Fall River, Massachusetts. It offers associate degrees as well as a transfer program for students to earn credits toward transfer to other colleges. BCC offers over 90 academic programs that allow the students to earn an associate degree of science, associate degree of arts, associate of applied science, or a certificate.

As of the autumn 2003 semester, BCC had enrolled 6639 day and evening students. The cost per 3 credit course is approximately $400 ($125 per credit). The average student paid approximately $6400 in tuition and fees.

BCC has its main campus in Fall River. Satellite campuses are located in New Bedford, Attleboro, and Taunton.

In 2008, the school started two athletic teams. The official school mascot is the Bristol Bees.

Notable individuals

Alumni

Faculty

  • Howard Tinberg, professor of English, the Carnegie Foundation's Outstanding Community College Professor of 2004.
  • J. Thomas Grady, professor of English, playwright and former writer for the television series Spencer for Hire.
  • Jeanne Grandchamp, professor of English, co-author with Farah Habib of the 2005 journal Colloquia, Conversations on Teaching and Learning Volume III: Challenging Assumptions/Changing Perspectives.
  • William E. Kaufman, professor of philosophy, author of several theology books including Journeys: An Introductory Guide to Jewish Mysticism, The Case for God, A Question of Faith: An Atheist and a Rabbi Debate the Existence of God With Morton Shor and The Evolving God in Jewish Process Theology.
  • Gabriela Adler, Professor and Lizzy Borden historian.
  • Ricardo Rebelo, staff assistant and Fall River Community Television services instructor, director of the RIIFF's Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival.
  • Sandy Lygren, professor of ASL and Deaf Studies, Deaf ed consultant, interpreter (CI/CT/EIPA 4.9) including platform public interpretations of: First Lady Laura Bush, the Farrelly Brothers, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Janet Reno & Roberta Flack, SLPI rater for state of MA/DOE/MCDHH.

Former faculty

See also

External links