We have been posting this question on the CPCC LinkedIn Alumni Group and have received some wonderful responses. Here's one that was recently posted:
I had so many wonderful instructors at CPCC. I went there (on and off) from 1999 to 2007. I really enjoyed two of my Spanish instructors: Honore Misshoun (I know I butchered the name, sorry) and Jorge Kochoi ("Coqui")- they were great. I also enjoyed Mike Albanese for College Algebra. He was as serious as a heart attack, but a great instructor if you gave it your all in class. I also had Elizabeth Mitchell for Biology and she was really wonderful. Amy Mabery (for Public Speaking) was excellent (and very much missed). Zack Hall was a great instructor for Geology, even if I absolutely hated the material. My first class ever at CPCC was a U.S. History class with Kent Cashion (IIRC) and he was really great. Anthony Bass for Abnormal Psych (1999) was extremely awesome- he truly is a wonderful instructor and compassionate human being. Margret Austin (who is connected on my LinkedIn) was also an excellent instructor, though I took her class online. Savannah Clay was also very good, though she taught me in a telecourse. I also loved the older instructor who taught NC History via telecourse- never met him, but I always wanted to do so.
I really can't think of any "bad" instructors that I had at CPCC. Maybe a few adjuncts in the business department back in 1999... overall, though, my experience with CPCC was awesome and I am proud to have went there. (I met my wife at CPCC and tomorrow is our 6th Anniversary).
Central Piedmont Community College marked the completion of its newest classroom building with a time capsule to be opened in 2038.
The Charlotte community college hosted a ceremony Friday to place the time capsule in the new Elizabeth Classroom Building and showcase the facility.
The $25 million, 106,000-square-foot building is on CPCC's Central Campus.
"It is providing much needed classroom space," college spokesman Jeff Lowrance says. Read more