By CCWeek Staff  /  
2017 April 24 - 03:26 pm

Faculty Lounge

A Summary Listing of Faculty Activities at Colleges Around the Nation

Kay B. Faucette, facility coordinator for the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center at Central Carolina Community College, has been awarded the Lula M. Burrell Educational Office Professional of the Year 2016-2017 by the North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals, Inc. Faucette is the fifth person from CCCC to win the award. “What a monumental statewide recognition Kay has been awarded. I am so proud of her,” said David A. Foster, director of the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. “She is so helpful and dedicated in all that she does. Assisting and helping to plan and coordinate nearly 1,000 events annually, from community college activities to corporate to nonprofit and private events, she is a tremendous asset to our community and community college. Kay is such a valued member of our crew at the Civic Center. I am so honored to work beside her and our entire team of hard-working staff that assist from planning to executing all our events year-round.” Faucette, who has served nearly 16 years in her current position, said she was thrilled about winning the award. “Very honored and humbled to represent North Carolina as 2016-2017 EOP of the Year,” she said. Faucette has been an active member of the CCCC Educational Office Professionals organization, having served as president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, as well as on various committees.

The Cleveland State (Tenn.) Student Senate sponsored a “Pizza With the Prez” event. Pizzas from various restaurants were donated for the event, and students could choose their favorite while hanging out with college President Bill Seymour.

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