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James E. Middleton


James E. Middleton
James E. Middleton

The chief academic officer during Williamsport Area Community College’s monumental transition into Pennsylvania College of Technology will step down in 2014 after 10 years as president of Central Oregon Community College. James E. Middleton assumed the presidency there in 2004 after a decade at the helm of California’s College of Marin. Serving in a number of administrative capacities during his 11-year local career, Middleton is among the campus luminaries profiled in “Legacy of Leaders” – the second book in the centennial series at Penn College.

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