News Archive for 2005

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Nov 3 Edison College Receives $1.9 M For Nursing Expansion (District)
Edison College has been awarded $1,986,371 to expand its nursing program, bringing the total enrollment capacity in Charlotte, Collier and Lee counties to 324 freshmen a year, a 225% increase over 2001 capacity. The College is among 70 of the 388 applicants nationwide funded under the US Department of Labor's…
Dec 13 Regional Economic Outlook Conference (District)
Annoucing the 18th Annual Regional Economic Outlook Conference held on December 13, 2005 at the Barbara B. Mann Hall at Edison Ft. Myers, Lee County Campus. Expo Opens at 10:00 a.m. For more information regarding this event, please visit http://www.reo2005.com/.
Dec 3 Introducing Paul L. Jennings (District)
As most of you know, Steve Davis recently retired as the District Director of Public Safety. Edison is most fortunate to find a highly qualified professional to step into that position, Mr. Paul J. Jennings. Paul retired from the Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania Bureau of Prisons after 22 years of service…
Dec 6 Edison College Receives Approval Of Application For Accreditation As A Baccalaureate Degree-granting Institution (District)
Edison College District President Kenneth P. Walker has announced that the College today received accreditation as a baccalaureate degree granting institution from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Approval of Edison College’s application for accreditation at a more advanced degree level elevated the two-year…
Dec 12 SW Florida Chamber Recognizes President Walker (District)
I am pleased to announce that President Walker today received the Business Building Leadership Award from the Chamber of Southwest Florida at the 2005 Regional Economic Outlook Conference. The annual award recognizes distinguished business and community leaders for their personal and organizational leadership, management and advocacy resulting in a positive…