BSC’s Lane Huber selected for council post

 Feb 24 2016
BSC’s Lane Huber selected for council post
Lane Huber of Bismarck State College was chosen president-elect by members of the Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) at a professional development symposium in San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 16.
 
Huber is BSC’s chief distance learning and military affairs officer and has been at the college since 1999. He was previously with the North Dakota National Guard as an enlisted member of the military police and an air defense artillery officer.
 
After his term as president-elect, Huber will become president of the CCME in March 2017 and serve one year. His responsibilities include working with policy makers in the Department of Defense, military education officers, and his counterparts at colleges and universities.
 
“Military voluntary education is an ever-changing landscape,” Huber said, “and CCME is the conduit to share ideas and best practices.”
 
Huber holds a master’s degree in management from University of Mary and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from University of North Dakota.