Tricia Paramore Named First Woman President of Hutchinson Community College in Kansas

Tricia Paramore has been appointed president of Hutchinson Community College in Kansas. She will assume her presidency on July 1, making her the community college’s first woman president.

Hutchinson Community College enrolls about 5,000 students. Women represent 57 percent of the student body.

Dr. Paramore has been a member of the Hutchinson Community College faculty for nearly three decades. She began her tenure as a biology instructor in 1996. In 2006, she was promoted to chair of the science, math, and social science department. Most recently she has served as the college’s vice president of academic affairs.

Dr. Paramore received her bachelor’s degree in cellular biology and genetics and a master’s degree in molecular genetics from the University of Kansas. She holds a Ph.D. in educational studies from the University of Nebraska.

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