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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1998
The Los Angeles Community College District board voted Wednesday to start looking for a new chancellor to replace James Heinselman, who is retiring in June 1999. The board voted to appoint a 12-member search committee to select and interview candidates. The chancellor of the Los Angeles district--the country's largest--earns $140,000 a year. Rather than hiring a search firm, as was done in the past, the board put the district's department of human resources in charge of the process.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1998
The Los Angeles Community College District board voted Wednesday to start looking for a new chancellor to replace James Heinselman, who is retiring in June 1999. The board voted to appoint a 12-member search committee to select and interview candidates. The chancellor of the Los Angeles district--the country's largest--earns $140,000 a year. Rather than hiring a search firm, as was done in the past, the board put the district's department of human resources in charge of the process.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1989
As part of a reorganization of the Los Angeles Community Colleges system, presidents of two campuses are being shifted temporarily to posts in the central administration, a district spokesman said Wednesday. Thomas L. Stevens Jr., president of Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, will become the system's acting vice chancellor for business services, and James Heinselman, president of Los Angeles Harbor College, will act as vice chancellor for education services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1998
The Los Angeles Community College District board will start looking for a new chancellor to replace James Heinselman, who is retiring in June. The board voted this week to appoint a 12-member search committee to select and interview candidates for the job. The chancellor of the Los Angeles district--the nation's largest--now earns $140,000 a year. Rather than hiring a search firm, as it has in the past, the board put the district's department of human resources in charge of the process.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 30, 1998
Harbor College President James Heinselman has been named interim chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District by the Board of Trustees. Heinselman, a 25-year veteran of the district, will assume his duties Feb. 1. He was selected by the board to run the problem-plagued, nine-campus district while a search is conducted for a permanent chancellor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1999 | SOLOMON MOORE
The field of Pierce College presidential candidates has been narrowed to three, all from outside the Los Angeles Community College District. Chancellor James Heinselman interviewed the finalists Tuesday and the board of trustees could name a replacement for former President E. Bing Inocencio today. Darroch "Rocky" Young, a vice president at Santa Monica College, remains the leading candidate, according to several sources familiar with the search process.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1998
James Heinselman, president of Los Angeles Harbor College in Wilmington, on Monday assumed the position of chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District. He will facilitate the restructuring of the nation's largest community college system during the next 18 months. Heinselman, 62, replaces Bill Segura, who left the nine-campus community college district in December for a position as chancellor of a technical and occupational school system in Texas.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1998
Touting a bit of good news in what has otherwise been a bleak financial period, officials with the Los Angeles Community College District said Tuesday that an unprecedented $2.8-million fine imposed on the district last year has been lifted. State regulators agreed not to impose the fine for having too few full-time faculty members after the district successfully argued that it was based on faulty figures, said Blair Sillers, assistant to Los Angeles District Chancellor James Heinselman.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 27, 1998 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN
The Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees postponed voting on a reform proposal for the troubled district because the major overhaul the board had intended to approve Wednesday night is not ready for consideration. West Los Angeles College President Evelyn Wong told the board that a top-to-bottom study of the district's functions has taken longer than anticipated, but that significant progress had been made. The plan is expected to be voted on Sept. 9.
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January 12, 1995 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Louie Nelson, who as the fiery coach of the Harbor College women's basketball team molded the Seahawks into state champions in only four years, was fired Wednesday, nine days after his star guard alleged that Nelson punched her in the face during a practice session, leaving her with a broken nose. "We are very appreciative of the coaching job that Mr.
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December 9, 1993 | MITCH POLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After 43 years of competition, the future of the Harbor College football program appears to be in jeopardy. Harbor officials are reviewing the football program, and it could be disbanded as early as Friday, The Times has learned. A committee of school administrators will make a recommendation on the matter to Harbor President James Heinselman, who will make the final decision, Athletic Administrator Charlie Bossler said.
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