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47-year-old Piedmont mom joins college tennis team

GREENSBORO, N.C. — You could say Maureen Smith is a little more seasoned than the other players.

Some of her teammates and competitors are in their late teens and early 20s. 258 more words

Good For Her!

Northampton Community College's Efforts at Sponsoring a Refugee Family, Inside Higher Education, 2/15/17

By: David J. Smith, February 15, 2017

My colleague Kiki Anastasakos at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem, PA and her colleagues have been making plans to host a refugee family.   52 more words

Community Colleges

Mid size law firms doomed to planning, diligence

Guilford College president Jane Fernandes once counseled the College’s board of trustees that there is a difference between “planning” and “hoping.” (She communicated this very diplomatically, a measure of her fitness for her job.) 217 more words

Magazine Feature

A Very Interesting Place

Leah J Haynes

POSTED: January 30, 2017

Greg Keener (’03) has made a career out of working for a cause. An interest in technology and a passion for nonprofits led him to earn a degree in Computer and Information Sciences, with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Guilford in 2003 and go on to spend more than a decade at 88.5 WFDD Radio–the Piedmont-Triad NPR affiliate–before taking up his current post with the Piedmont Land Conservancy. 1,218 more words

Amazing Alumni

A Very Interesting Place

POSTED: January 30, 2017

Being a good steward of the earth isn’t restricted to remote rain forests or glacial plains. It can happen here, at home in the Piedmont. 453 more words

Mindful governance for boards of directors, trustees

The Mindful Board: Mastering the Art of Conscious Governance by Charlotte Roberts & Martha Summerville is just out.

It will take anyone involved in making decisions for a group or a system onto… 34 more words

Alum advocates for change

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News Editor

“Guilford has achieved quite a lot in the two and a half years I’ve been here,” wrote journalist and disability rights activist Bryan Dooley ’13 in a 2012 article in The Guilfordian. 699 more words

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