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Meanwhile, we interviewed LSC and Project Kaleidoscope founder Jeanne Narum, the 2010 SCUP Founder's (Casey) Award for Distinguished Achievement in Higher Education Planning, as well as LSC leaders Sally Grans-Korsh and James Swartz, about their multi-year process and what they have learned.
She is leaving both positions to lead Project Kaleidoscope full-time.
Martin Blakebrough, chief executive of Newport-based drug and alcohol project Kaleidoscope, said the figures were worthy of concern.
Coinciding with the dedication, President Osgood has tapped a veteran member of the Grinnell faculty and administration, James Swartz, Professor of Chemistry and leader of Project Kaleidoscope, who formerly served as Chair of the Grinnell Science Division and Dean of the College, to lead the planning of special programming focused on science education within the liberal arts environment.
Narum, founding director, Project Kaleidoscope; director, The Independent Colleges Office; and principal, Project Kaleidoscope Learning Spaces Collaboratory, is the 2010 SCUP Founders' (Casey) Award Recipient.
Project Kaleidoscope, Phase 1, provides critical corrections information in a timely fashion to officers in any location.