Editor's Note

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Editor's Note


Palmer, James C., Community College Review


The Community College Review depends on the volunteer efforts of knowledgeable reviewers who carefully assess manuscripts and provide the authors and me with valuable feedback. This feedback helps determine which manuscripts will be published. Reviewer comments also help authors revise and strengthen their manuscripts. This is an important service to the field that too often goes unnoticed.

I would like to thank the following colleagues who have reviewed manuscripts for the Community College Review in 2006 and 2007:

Duane Akroyd, North Carolina State University

Kathleen A. Alfano, College of the Canyons (CA)

Lois A. Alves, Middlesex Community College (MA)

Marilyn Amey, Michigan State University

Laura Berry, North Arkansas College

Debra Bragg, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Kurt R. Buttleman, South Seattle Community College (WA)

Brent D. Cejda, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Patricia A. Cunniff, Prince George's Community College (MD)

Charles Dassance, Central Florida Community College

Don Dellow, University of South Florida

Nathan R. Durdella, Cerritos College (CA)

Pamela Eddy, Central Michigan University

Lattice E. Eggleston, Iowa State University

Lamont A. Flowers, Clemson University (SC)

Edward L. Franklin, Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges

Patsy Fulton-Calkins, University of North Texas

Leila Gonzalez Sullivan, North Carolina State University

Jan Ignash, University of South Florida

George Johnston, Parkland College (IL)

Sue Kater, GateWay Community College (AZ)

Stephen G. Katsinas, University of Alabama

Marybelle Keim, Southern Illinois University

Gail B. Kettlewell, George Mason University (VA)

Gregory Kienzl, University of Illinois

Carol Kozeracki, Pierce College (CA)

Frankie Santos Laanan, Iowa State University

Rebecca S. …

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