HANS A. ANDREWS  is the  Distinguished  Fellow in Community          
            College  Leadership
 for   Olney   Central  College in  Southeastern   Illinois,  
            USA.     He  has  a  Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education  from    
            Central   Michigan  University   with  minors   in   Psychology  and   Sociology.         
            He   received  his  Masters   of  Arts  degree   in  Counseling  and   Guidance  
            from  Michigan  State  University.       He  earned  his   Doctorate in Education
           (EdD)   degree  in   Counseling  Psychology  and   Higher  Education  Admin-
            istration  from  the University of Missouri-Columbia.

                   Hans   retired  as    President of  Olney  Central  College    and    lives   in
            Northern  Illinois.  He was  
Dean  of  Instruction at   Illinois  Valley Community           
            College and  
Vice  President  for Community  and  Student Services at Kellogg   
            Community  College in Battle Creek, Michigan.  He worked several  years  in  two
            secondary   schools  
 teaching and with dual roles  of   Director of  Counseling   
            and Guidance.
 Andrews also taught part-time in the  Department of Curriculum    
            and Instruction at Illinois State  University.  

                  Andrews  has  published   seven  books  on  teacher  improvement   through
            evaluation and recognition systems and on dual-credit.  
        
                    In addition Hans has  published over 140 professional articles and served  
            on  three  editorial  boards  of  educational  journals.  He is a nationally   known  
            consultant  in t he areas of  faculty evaluation,  teacher awards and  recognition
            and dual-credit  programs.  In the past few years he has published numerous
            articles in Australian journals on teacher recognition and evaluation.
                                     
  
“Those whose knowledge and skill are   
 applied  to  enable  good  qualities  in
 themselves  and  in their associates to
 emerge, grow,  and  mature make the
 most important and lasting contributions
 to mankind.”

  “If your research doesn’t result in  
 practice  your research is  no good,
 and if your practice is not based on
 research,  your practice is no good”.
                                  Dr. Ralph Clairon Bedell
Hans A. Andrews, EdD
    Marquette Academy in Ottawa,   
 Illinois, announces six dual-credit  
 graduates with an Associate Degree
 at the same time they achieved    
 their high school diploma.