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June 17, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
Richard A. Chard, administrative dean of vocational education, will retire this month after 35 years as a member of Orange Coast College's faculty. Chard, 61, who worked as a computer drafting instructor before being named the first dean of vocational education in 1989, has been responsible for managing the college's 100 vocational programs. Most recently, he was instrumental in helping in the development of the $14-million Vocational Technology Building, which is slated to open in 1994.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
Richard A. Chard, administrative dean of vocational education, will retire this month after 35 years as a member of Orange Coast College's faculty. Chard, 61, who worked as a computer drafting instructor before being named the first dean of vocational education in 1989, has been responsible for managing the college's 100 vocational programs. Most recently, he was instrumental in helping in the development of the $14-million Vocational Technology Building, which is slated to open in 1994.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1989
Orange Coast College has named Richard A. Chard as its new associate dean of vocational and occupational education. Chard, who has been a professor of computer drafting technology at the college for six years, will manage the college vocational and occupational programs, which include machine technology, nutritional care, photography and welding. He will also supervise the preparation of funding proposals for his programs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1991 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Richard A. Chard, administrative dean of vocational education at Orange Coast College, has been named to a one-year term on the board of directors of the California Community College Administrators of Occupational Education. The statewide organization oversees occupational training in California's 107 community colleges. Chard will serve as chair of the staff development committee for the 1991-92 academic year.
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July 30, 1990 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Orange Coast College has been chosen by the state chancellor's office in Sacramento as one of eight community colleges to establish a Center for Applied Competitive Technologies. The program is intended to provide technical assistance to small- and medium-sized manufacturers in the area. Classes will be open to Orange Coast College students and to local manufacturing employees, who will study the use of new equipment, including computer drafting and robotics.
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February 8, 1992 | HERBERT J. VIDA
The Silver Beaver Award, highest honor given to adult Boy Scout volunteers, was presented to 29 Orange County residents at a recent awards dinner sponsored by the Orange County Chapter of Boy Scouts of America. Honorees were William Archer, Dallas Binger and Edward Michalek, La Palma; Ken Bazar, Herbert Ungricht and David Prizio, Fountain Valley; David Claypool, Terry Fillmore and John Peterson III, Anaheim; Lyndon Johansen, Costa Mesa; John Knoll and Janet Knoll, Fullerton.
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