Gretchen S. Schuette (b. about 1946), President Emeritus of Chemeketa Community College, has served at multiple levels of leadership in higher education in Oregon, U.S.A.: as director, dean and president, as superintendent and as Oregon’s Commissioner of Community Colleges. She also has served at Linn–Benton Community College and Mt. Hood Community College.
Early life and education
Schuette earned a bachelor’s degree in English at Smith College in 1968 and a master’s degree in botany at Central Michigan University in 1975. She earned a Ph.D. in Oceanography in 1980 at Oregon State University.
"OSU’s first Dean of Distance and Continuing Education and Director of Portland Area Programs, President Emeritus of Chemeketa Community College and served in other capacities at both Linn–Benton and Mount Hood Community Colleges. She also served as Oregon’s Commissioner of Community Colleges and superintendent of the Gresham-Barlow School District."
2007 Oregon Women of Achievement
- "A distinguished career: From literature and science to educational leadership". College of Science | Oregon State University. 2021-02-08. Retrieved 2021-03-29.
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- "Oregon Advocacy Commissions Office (OACO) : Women of Achievement Awards : Oregon Commission for Women (OCFW) : State of Oregon". www.oregon.gov. Retrieved 2021-03-29.
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