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PCC Student Ambassadors raised $2,200 for the American Kidney Fund this semester, which doubled the fundraising goal of their annual service project. On hand for last week's check presentation was Terri Gurganus (front row, third from right), who served as the students' inspiration. A dialysis patient, Gurganus is the mother of PCC Student Ambassador Samantha Gurganus (front row, third from left). Also on hand for the presentation were ambassadors, front row from left, Lauren Porter, Brittany Randolph, Rebecca Haislip, Keena Champion; back row from left, Caitlin Moore, Cody Beachum, Brian Hardy, La'Quon Rogers, Jarred Purvis and Leeza King.
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Photo by PCC News Service PCC Student Ambassadors raised $2,200 for the American Kidney Fund this semester, which doubled the fundraising goal of their annual service project. On hand for last week's check presentation was Terri Gurganus (front row, third from right), who served as the students' inspiration. A dialysis patient, Gurganus is the mother of PCC Student Ambassador Samantha Gurganus (front row, third from left). Also on hand for the presentation were ambassadors, front row from left, Lauren Porter, Brittany Randolph, Rebecca Haislip, Keena Champion; back row from left, Caitlin Moore, Cody Beachum, Brian Hardy, La'Quon Rogers, Jarred Purvis and Leeza King.

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WINTERVILLE — Pitt Community College President G. Dennis Massey recently announced that Thomas Gould has been hired as the college’s Vice President of Academic Affairs.

Gould, who recently moved to Winterville, began his duties with PCC on Nov. 15. He fills the void created earlier this year when Pamela Hilbert left to become president of Robeson Community College.


“It is my pleasure to let you know that the PCC Board of Trustees accepted the recommendation to appoint Dr. Thomas Gould as PCC’s new Vice President of Academic Affairs,” Massey said. “… He comes with recommendations from some of the top academic officers in North Carolina.”

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