Open Process 

After criticism, Pima Community College officials promise transparency in the search for a new chancellor

After months of criticism for a lack of transparency, Pima Community College officials recently announced that the search process for a new chancellor will rely on community involvement. According to C.J. Karamargin, vice chancellor for public information and government relations, the college…

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