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HCC to celebrate inauguration of new president

HCC President Deborah Fox

(KNZA)--Highland Community College will celebrate the inauguration of Deborah Fox as the 44th president of the institution on Wednesday, September 25.

According to a news release from the college, the ceremony will be held on the Highland Campus at 2:00 in Culbertson Auditorium with a reception to follow in the Walter Yost Gallery.

Fox will be installed by HCC Board of Trustees Chairman Thomas Smith.

In addition to the installation and remarks from Smith, Harry Moeller, President of the HCC Faculty Association and Instructor of Biology will speak.  Also the HCC Lads & Lassies vocal group will perform.

The event is open to the community.

 Fox took the role on July 1 of this year after a nationwide search was completed in the spring.

A native of Kansas, Fox most recently served as Director of Business Operations & Management for USD 446 in Independence, Kansas.  Previously, she served Highland Community College as the Vice President of Finance & Operations for 14 years and as an Assistant Dean of Regional Instruction for 3 years.


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