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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1999
Re "Bureaucracy at Its Worst," Nov. 29. I wish to speak out in defense of E. Bing Inocencio, president of Pierce College. I have known all of the presidents of Pierce College except for the first one. John Shepard, the second president of this college, hired me in 1964. Of all of them, Inocencio is by far the most pro-student. He is a fine human being who has been treated unfairly by the Board of Trustees. It is the Board of Trustees that acted reckless in its handling of money. A very expensive building was purchased for a new district headquarters.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1999
At least five finalists are in the running for the presidency of beleaguered Pierce College, and a replacement could be named this week, Los Angeles Community College District officials said Monday. Darroch "Rocky" Young, vice president of planning and development at Santa Monica College, has emerged as the strongest candidate, according to several sources. "I've heard people talk highly of him," a district source said. "Santa Monica College has a good reputation."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1996
Profile: E. Bing Inocencio Professional Highlights 1994- present: Associate Provost for Academic Administration at New York City Technical College, City University of New York. 1992-93: Dean of Instruction and Academic Services at Cumberland County College in Vineland, N.J. 1985- 91: Instructional Dean at Montgomery College in Takoma Park, Md. 1981-85: Associate Dean for Business, Mathemmatics and Technology at Community College of Baltimore.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1997 | DADE HAYES
Helping fill the void left by the end of fireworks at Pierce College, Valley College will host a public display during the Independence Day Celebration of American Family Life. The event is scheduled Friday from 1 to 10 p.m., with fireworks planned for just after dusk. Entertainment will include jazz bands, mariachis, comedians, magicians, clowns, bird shows and exotic animals from the Wildlife Waystation. The family emphasis means no coolers, bottles or other containers are allowed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 1996
I find it intriguing that you select as a topic for On the Issues "Should Pierce Stop July 4 Fireworks," Aug. 27. Of the four opinions given, the college president and the Woodland Hills Homeowners Assn. seem mildly against the fireworks and a councilwoman and Woodland Hills Chamber of Commerce mildly in favor. What nonsense! All this discussion about saving less than $55,000. That's from a budget of well over $10,000,000. How about the question, "Should Pierce Get Rid of the Useless Agriculture Department?"
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1996 | FRANK MANNING
Pierce College's new president, E. Bing Inocencio, is scheduled to arrive at the school's campus today from New York for a four-day visit to introduce him to the college community. A busy schedule awaits Inocencio, whose appointment comes at a troubling time for the college, which is suffering from financial problems, declining enrollment and what some say is a lack of leadership. The campus community is looking forward to meeting him, said Ina Geller, the school's spokeswoman.
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March 3, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
While their parents may have taken college at a leisurely pace and used the time to find themselves, today's students want to get the most out of higher education in the shortest amount of time, Pierce College officials said. To accommodate those students, Pierce College will begin offering classes that meet twice as long per session but for a shorter duration, Pierce President E. Bing Inocencio has announced.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 7, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The president of Pierce College moved Monday to quell a persistent rumor that the community college had lost its accreditation. The college is under orders to improve management and correct problems cited by the state Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, President E. Bing Inocencio said. But it is still accredited. The rumor, Inocencio said, stems from misunderstanding of the commission's June 1995 action to hold back on its coveted renewal of Pierce's accreditation.
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October 15, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
An Optics Education program is the first to be offered in Pierce College's new Center for Innovative Studies curriculum, designed to step up efforts to ready students for the job market, college officials announced Friday. "That is what Pierce has not done in the past," said college President E. Bing Inocencio. "We have an excellent transfer program. . . . But we are not doing as well in the employment readiness area." The program to train optometrist's assistants will begin Oct.
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July 10, 1997 | JOSE CARDENAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A month and a half after thieves stole computers customized for use by disabled students at Pierce College, the students can look forward to a brighter fall semester, thanks to donations. "Right now there are still too few [computers]," Pierce President E. Bing Inocencio said Wednesday. But "we are possibly in a recovery." By this week, the donations amounted to a new security system for the computer lab, two computers and $3,345 in cash, Inocencio said.
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