The Prairie State College board of trustees and President Terri L. Winfree parted ways at Tuesday’s District 515 board meeting. She has been president since 2013 and has worked at the college for 25 years.
“If you are interested in pursuing a career in healthcare, Prairie State College is a great place to start,” said PSC President Dr. Terri L. Winfree. “Between our career degree and certificate programs, or through our short-term vocational programs, everyone can find a pathway to a healthcare career, making a difference in our community and beyond.”
Rick Mattoon, senior economist and economic advisor in the Economic Research Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will be the featured speaker at the Feb. 28 Prairie State College (PSC) Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast.
The event at Ravisloe Country Club, 18231 South Park Ave. in Homewood, also serves as a PSC Foundation scholarship benefit.
"Reflecting Dignity" is the current show at the Christopher Art Gallery at Prairie State College. An artists’ reception is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the gallery, located at 202 S. Halsted St. in Chicago Heights.
The exhibition is open through March 4, and features works by Sandra Bridges, David Anthony Geary, Juarez Hawkins and Kristy Raines Loving.
Employers concerned about the dealing with new marijuana laws can attend a half-day workshop in December to learn how to manage employee issues.
Prairie State College Corporate and Continuing Education hosts the workshop to help employers prepare for the impact of legalized marijuana as it pertains to employer drug testing and defining medical marijuana.