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Educational Leadership

Dr. Susan Topham has been selected by the San Diego Community College District as its vice chancellor of education services. An experienced community college leader, Dr. Topham is currently the dean of the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at San Diego Mesa College. She had previously served in leadership positions at Cuyamaca College, and Alliant International University.

In this newly established position, Dr. Topham will oversee all district educational planning services encompassing student services and instructional services across the district.

“She has expertise in both instruction and student services having served in both areas in our district,” said SDCCD Chancellor Constance Carroll.

As vice chancellor of educational services, Dr. Topham will also serve as registrar for the district and a member of the chancellor’s cabinet.

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Dstinguished faculty awards for Grossmont College history instructor Sue Gonda and biology professor Craig Milgrim were announced at the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District fall convocation. Also announced were outstanding faculty awards at Cuyamaca College to physics instructor Keenan Murray and biology instructor Christina Burnett.

A first for the Grossmont College faculty, Milgrim and Gonda tied for their awards.

“These award winners exemplify the extraordinary commitment of our faculty, especially during these challenging times. The pandemic has changed our world in so many ways, but our faculty have never veered from their mission to help students achieve their dreams,” said Chancellor Lynn Neault.

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On Sept. 11, Falck USA donated ambulances to both Southwestern College and San Diego Miramar College in memory of fallen first responders. Both schools offer accredited Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and paramedic programs to prepare students for California’s EMT certification. Falck leadership presented the keys for each of the vehicles and personally delivered them to both colleges.

“Falck is dedicated to enhancing the education and development of the future EMT and paramedic workforce, and acknowledging the responsibility and sacrifice of first responders. Having more experienced students and instructors will not only benefit the colleges but the San Diego region at large,” said Dannie Wurtz, director of clinical operations and a Southwestern College alum.

In June, Falck, a global leader in emergency medical and ambulance services, donated $12,500 to San Diego nonprofits aimed at helping feed those in the region suffering from food insecurity because of the pandemic. In March, the Lundbeck Foundation, the majority owner of Falck, pledged $4.4 million toward research projects targeting COVID-19. n

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