11/08/15 - 6:12pm
Preparations have been underway at both KPC campuses for UA President Jim Johnsen’s and UA Regent Lisa Parker’s visit this week.
They will be at the Kenai River Campus on Nov. 10 and will travel to the Kachemak Bay Campus on Nov. 11.
This will be President Johnsen’s first trip to Kenai Peninsula College and his visit is part of a commitment he made to visit every campus in the university system during his first year.
Johnsen, the fourteenth UA president, was appointed by the UA Board of Regents in July, replacing Pat Gamble.