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JJCJoliet Junior College (Illinois)
JJCJohn Jay College
JJCJakarta Japan Club (Indonesia)
JJCJuvenile Justice Clearinghouse
JJCJurong Junior College (Jurong, Singapore)
JJCJuvenile Justice Council (various locations)
JJCJapan Journalist College
JJCJuvenile Justice Corrections Services (Council on Accreditation)
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Currently, he is a full-time, tenured professor of music and director of choral and vocal music at Joliet Junior College. He conducts both of the college's choral ensembles; teaches applied and class voice, and harpsichord; designed and teaches a course in world music; and serves as coordinator of the Musica Viva Concert Series.
Layman was hired as a full-time, permanent Instructor in the Natural Science Department of Joliet Junior College, Joliet, Illinois.
Upon completing an AAS in Culinary Arts from Joliet Junior College, R.
JUDY MITCHELL has been named president of Joliet Junior College. She has been serving as interim president.
(AP) -- A new lab at Joliet Junior College houses technology that can create almost anything people can imagine.
Exelon Generation, in conjunction with Joliet Junior College (JJC), was a driving force behind the development of an innovative degree program.
Cannella, Joliet Junior College, megan.cannella@gmail.com
Bobbi Smith, a student at Joliet Junior College (JJC) in suburban Chicago, along with JJC employees Gary Broyles and Richard Anderson, claim that they purchased the coffee from an on-campus machine run by Hometown Suburban Vending, and drank part of the beverage before discovering the insects inside.
Marcink (English, Joliet Junior College) explores how Hollywood portrayed the American working class in films of the counterculture era.
You think, 'We'll just make chicken nuggets again because it's easy and they'll eat it,'" said Michael McGreal, head of the culinary arts program at Joliet Junior College in Joliet, Ill.
Moir was born in Chicago and spent the first part of his life in Illinois, attending Joliet Junior College and receiving a B.S.
After leaving Sheridan last September, Edwards enrolled at Joliet Junior College and is working as a laborer in a warehouse.