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Jablonski recommended as next CCC president

PLATTSBURGH - The Clinton Community College Board of Trustees has approved a resolution recommending John Jablonski as the next president of Clinton Community College. The board made the resolution at their Dec. 16 meeting, and upon approval of the State University of New York Board of Trustees, Jablonski will begin his new position June 1, 2009.

Jablonski and Dr. Patrick Schmitt, campus executive officer and dean at the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha, were the finalists for the position following a nationwide search.

"This certainly is the right fit," said Nina Coolidge board of trustees and search committee chairperson, "we are all very comfortable with our choice and look forward to working with John."

Jablonski currently serves as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Fulton-Montgomery Community College in Johnstown. His career with the State University of New York system spans 22 years and he is credited for having an established a record of community college leadership as well as being a leader in the community.

Jablonski holds a master's degree of science in bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.; a bachelor's degree of science in mechanical engineering from Union College, Schenectady; and an associate's degree in engineering science from Fulton-Montgomery Community College. He is presently matriculated in the Ph.D. program, educational administration and policy studies, at the University of Albany.

During his career, Jablonski served as acting president at Fulton-Montgomery from July 2005 to July 2006. He also held positions as vice president and dean of the college, dean of business and technology, and he was a member of the faculty as professor of engineering science. His professional affiliations include, the Association of Presidents of Public Community Colleges, SUNY Association of Chief Academic Officers, New York Transfer and Articulation Association, SUNY Two-Year Engineering Science Association, and American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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