NISOD

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NISODNational Institute for Staff and Organizational Development
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NISOD will host the content on their website for member institutions.
Cengage Learning will also partner with NISOD to offer three scholarships to the NISOD conference, which will cover conference registration as well as travel and accommodations to adjunct instructors who submit winning proposals to create content as part of the professional development series in the spring.
The survey launched in late fall 2014 with release of the initial invitations to all NISOD-member institutions; follow-up reminders were sent at two-week intervals and CHEE staff placed calls to campus presidents/chancellors and NISOD liaisons to call attention to the invitation and encourage their response.
The schools - which will be named before an esteemed audience of community college officials at the NISOD International Conference on Teaching & Learning Excellence - are Edmonds Community College (WA) and Hudson Valley Community College (NY).
8220;Our new partnership with NISOD will help us strengthen and expand all Campus Technology Events for 2013 and beyond, while increasing awareness and building recognition of our respective brands within the industry,” says Wendy LaDuke, President and Group Publisher, 1105 Media Education Group.
Since its inception in 1978, NISOD was an arm of the Community College Leadership Program at the University of Texas at Austin.
Roueche announced in 2012 that he was retiring after heading CCLP for 41 years, the resulting seismic shock waves seemed sure to topple NISOD.
Created in 1978, NISOD (the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development) is a membership organization committed to promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching, learning, and leadership at community and technical colleges.
The group was concerned that funds were transferred to other programs within the College of Education from CCSSE and NISOD.
It has been my great pleasure to cover John Roueche over the years, and it suffices to say I jumped at the opportunity to prepare this tribute, having worked so closely with NISOD, CCLP's outreach and service arm, over the years.
Waiwaiole went on to become director of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, or NISOD, the outreach and service arm of CCLP, with more than 700 community colleges worldwide as members.
Not only does he bring the membership organization skills and knowledge needed to ensure a strong future for NISOD, but he also has experience working with community college presidents, staff and faculty; business and industry; government agencies; and other stakeholders.