Randell Daniels
Vice President of Student and Information Services
General Information
Office: A-133
Randell Daniels
Telephone: (734) 384-4224
Email: rdaniels@monroeccc.edu
University of Toledo                       Toledo, OH  


Higher Education/Educational Leadership
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI  

Master of Arts

Guidance and Counseling    
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI  

Teaching Certification

University of Toledo Toledo, OH  

Bachelor of Arts

Professional Experience
2005 - Present  Monroe County Community College Monroe, MI  
Vice President of Student and Information Systems    
1995 - 2005 Monroe County Community College Monroe, MI  
Director of Admissions and Guidance Services    
1987 - 1995 Mason Consolidated Schools Erie, MI  
High School Guidance Counselor    
Elementary Teacher all Grades K-5    
Professional Memberships
Michigan Community College Student Services Association
• Executive Board 2014-2017
Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
Michigan Community College Admissions Directors Association
• President 2002 - 2004
• President Elect 2002 - 2004
• Treasurer 1997-2000
China Trip
June 6, 2010: Landed in Shanghai yesterday around 7:00 p.m. and then made the 3 hour trek to Ningo Polytechnic College in Ningbo. This morning I took a walk through the campus and mangaged to take a few pictures. We will venture into town with students this afternoon. There is a doctoral student from Beijing Normal University that is interested in the American community college. She and I will meet this afternoon for an interview. She is very excited, most of her knowledge regarding community colleges is from the literature.

June 7, 2010: The conference started at 8:30 this morning. Dr. Ning and Sunday Griffith presented at 9:45. They did a very nice job and the presentation was well received. I presented after lunch at 2:00. It seemed to go very well as I was given a great deal of positive feedback. During the afternoon tea break I discussed the presentation with a few Chinese scholars and then with a professor from Tanzania and Fiji. Several others were waiting but we ran out of time. I presented them with my business card and asked that they email their questions. After the conference we went to a restaurant for another Chinese feast. It was a wonderful dinner filled with conversation and laughter. After dinner we went for a walk. The students were out and about eating the local cuisine that was being prepared roadside. It is 10:30 and I am ready for bed. We will meet for breakfast at 6:40 in the morning.

June 8, 2010: After breakfast we drove 1.5 hours to get on a boat to the Buddhist Resort on Poutou Island. It was an incredibly beautiful place with several temples and statues. The most impressive was the 110 ft. tall Goddess on the edge of the island. The entire journey was approximately 4 miles long. Our secondary guide's name was Annie. She is a student studying tourism at Ningbo Polytechnic. She and I worked on her English throughout the day.  We had lunch at the Poutou Island Hotel, finished our tour, and then took a 70 minute boat ride back to Ningbo. After arriving back to the campus we were picked up by a driver to visit Ningbo City College of Vocational Technology on the other side of town. The president heard that I was visiting Ningbo and he is also interested in collaborations with American community colleges. We discussed several options over yet another Chinese feast. It was another wonderful day. It is now 10:00 and we are leaving Ningbo for Shanghai at 7:00 a.m.

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