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Germanna President Janet Gullickson Janet Gullickson Inaugurated as Germanna Community College's First Female President
Gullickson, whose husband and sons took the community college path, "has seen first-hand how a community college education can change the trajectory of someone’s life. And she’s dedicated to making sure that as many students as possible have a chance to benefit from that education," reports The Free Lance-Star.

Public universities earn the largest state salaries in Virginia Public paychecks: Who earns the biggest state salaries in Virginia?
"The largest salaries on Virginia’s payroll are being earned at the commonwealth’s public universities, according to data provided by Virginia's Department of Human Resource Management and compiled by the Washington Business Journal."

House Speaker Kirk Cox What It Takes to Build Virginia’s Talent Pipeline
"It’s time to give Virginia’s colleges and universities some 'tough love,'" said House Speaker Kirk Cox, R-Colonial Heights, recently. “If the higher education institutions do not come together with the state government and the business community to address affordability in a meaningful and tangible way…  then I fear there will be little anyone can do to stop a wave of policy proposals along those very lines,” reports Bacon's Rebellion.

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