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The Clarion \ September 4, 2019
Dennis Cole joins BORG
By Margaret Correll
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Dr. Dennis Cole joined the faculty of Brevard
College in the Fall of 2019. He is an Assistant
Professor of Business and Organizational
Leadership and teaches several classes in the
Cole was bom in Ohio, but spent a majority of
his youth in Northern Ireland. After graduating
with a Bachelor’s from Liverpool University
in England, he has frequently traveled from
America to Ireland. “I would consider myself
Irish,” said Cole.
This semester. Cole teaches Business in
a Global Context, Principles of Marketing,
Principles of Management and Introduction
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to Leadership and Sustainable Enterprise. His
favorite class to teach is Principles of Marketing.
Cole received his M.B.A. from Boston College
and his Ph.D. from Virginia Polytechnic and
Cole has previously taught at several different
institutions such as the University of North
Carolina Asheville, Virginia Tech University,
Wake Forest University and Warren Wilson
Cole has several goals that he plans to achieve
as part of the Brevard College faculty. “My goal
is to help students not just get a job, but to give
them the best education that they can receive,”
Brevard Colege’s experiential education
curriculum is an interest of Cole’s since he
arrived on campus. “I have been very impressed
by one thing at this school... how much the
students have taken to experiential education
and learning,” said Cole.
He noted the classroom discussions of
students on his first day. “Suddenly everyone
got serious when I asked their opinion, the
students reinforced how great the experiential
method was and how much they liked it,”
Cole has had a great first two weeks at
Brevard College. Teaching new classes,
meeting new students and experiencing what
the campus has to offer has been very exciting
for him. He plans to be fully settled in Brevard
in the next couple of weeks.
The Brevard College Business and
Organizational Leadership department is
very excited to have Dr. Cole as a new faculty
member. They look forward to his success for
the 2019-2020 school year.
BC security report
The most recent security reports for Brevard
College have been released as of Tuesday,
Sept. 3, at 10:17 a.m., according to Brevard
College Campus Security.
Students may have noticed that there are
lighting enhancements that are being put in
on the south side of campus. It is expected
that they will be completed in a week or two.
Once that is done, the work will start on the
north side of campus which will complete the
lighting enhancements for all of campus.
There were several parties with drinking
reported. Students are requested to refrain
from this type of activity. Underage drinking
is illegal and is against campus regulations.
It has been noted that doors are still being
propped open, especially in the Villages.
Students are reminded that if this continues,
fines will be issued.
It has been noted that one of the laundry
rooms in the North Villages has been
vandalized. Students are requested to refrain
from this type of activity.
It takes the time and effort of maintenance
to come and make repairs, and it also costs the
college unnecessary funds. Please respect the
Everyone is requested to contact Campus
Security at (828)-577-9590 if wrongful or
suspicious activity is observed on campus.
— Zach Dickerson
Duke Energy installs new lights on campus.