Joe Thacker

Faculty recognized

Joe Thacker, in Forest Management Technology, was nominated as the outstanding member of the DSLCC faculty for the month of April. Joe will receive a gift card to acknowledge his contributions to the College. Each month, a DSLCC Faculty member will be recognized for their contributions to the College.

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  • The Campaign for DSLCC

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    For over five decades, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College has been a vital partner in the economic development and educational attainment of our service region. The impact of the College on business and industry, as well as individuals and families, is profound. Indeed, the vitality of the region depends largely on the ability of our institution to educate and train a workforce capable of not only supporting the existing economic infrastructure, but also helping to grow and strengthen that base by attracting new employers and residents.

  • Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture

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    Grow Local – Eat Local – Sell Local! Coming to DSLCC in the Fall of 2015 is an introductory course in sustainable agriculture. The first course is in Greenhouse Crop Production and is part of our new program of study.

  • Faculty recognized

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    Joe Thacker, in Forest Management Technology, was nominated as the outstanding member of the DSLCC faculty for the month of April. Joe will receive a gift card to acknowledge his contributions to the College. Each month, a DSLCC Faculty member will be recognized for their contributions to the College.

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Graduation

DSLCC Observes 49th Commencement

May 17, 2016

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College awarded 120 associate degrees, 71 certificates and 89 career studies certificates to almost 200 graduates during the 49th annual commencement exercises held Friday evening on the Clifton Forge campus. In her commencement address, Dorothy McAuliffe, Virginia’s First Lady, encouraged the graduating students to not only seek personal satisfaction in their chosen careers but also to become active in their communities. Speaking of her focus on combatting …

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