Independence Community College president resigns
ICC President is taking a consulting position
INDEPENDENCE, Kan. — The president of Independence Community College Dr. Daniel Barwick has announced that he is resigning from his position and will be taking a consulting position. Barwick announced his resignation on his Facebook page.
“It is with mixed emotions that I share with you that I have taken a consulting position and will be resigning my position at Independence Community College. I am grateful to the Trustees of the college for the opportunity to lead such a fine institution for nearly a decade. The future of ICC is bright – with a strong endorsement from our accreditors, new facilities across campus, and a new five-year strategic plan, the college is well-positioned for its second century of serving our community and beyond. These are not my accomplishments – the employees, students, alumni, and the wonderful Independence community did them together. Working at ICC has been a privilege and an honor, and I am grateful to the wonderful colleagues I have worked with over the years, and to the community supporters who have been so welcoming and supportive. I may not be on campus every day, but the college will be in my heart every day. Stay tuned for the next chapter in my path, and thank you! Once a Pirate always a Pirate!”
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