and conditions,” Martin said. “It is a great honor for me to be studying with some of the best aquatic scholars in our region.” The Talladega County native wasn’t always interested in aquaculture. In fact, after graduating from Winterboro High School, she did not have career plans for the future.
A Summary Listing of Faculty Activities at Colleges Around the Nation
some point in the classroom, every teacher is confronted by a student with the dreaded question, “why do I need to know this?” College students who are pursuing a major in science can struggle to understand why they need learn literature and vice-versa, said Stephanie Plain Potter,.
internationally recognized certification agency and membership society for registered allied health professionals including medical technologists, phlebotomy technicians, medical laboratory assistants, dental assistants, medical assistants and others.
“Faculty assess courses and academic programs in an effort to continuously improve student learning and the overall student experience, while C-GCC staff and administration annually assess departmental goals to improve programs and other support services on campus.
the field of Southern literature. “I was totally shocked when I found out the book was nominated,” she said. “I didn’t see it coming. It’s such an honor, and it’s so exciting to be nominated. In Southern literature, this award is a big deal.” It was by chance that Seeking Home.
Poultry Science Students: Students who received tuition and book scholarships to participate in the 2+2 Poultry Science Program are, from left, Ethan Waters, Craig Covington, Joseph Wiggins, Aaron Mackey, Terry Stephens, Krista Thompson, Dawson Foshee and Paul Wynn.
“I was well aware that a project of this scale was unprecedented and would present many challenges.” Several months after Mayo’s meeting, a four-member delegation from Wuxi toured PCC as they gathered information on the American educational system. Mayo said that several U.
and two younger sons — one 13, the other 5. In fact, it was the youngest heading off to pre-K that gave her space to pursue the high school equivalency she always wanted to achieve. “I decided to do this while my last one was in pre-K and nothing was holding me back from doing it,” she says, recounting the decision that led her to this moment.
Peyré, who holds a PhD in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Toulouse, has led his students in virtual video conference exchanges with DCCC students for more than a decade. “The world is now interconnected like never before.
innovative teaching in s c i e n c e , biology and STEM. The 1998 Illinois Math and Science Academy graduate also demonstrates her passion for these studies through her leadership and involvement in many professional and community organizations dedicated to science education.
legal service has made him passionate about becoming an attorney who can serve those who need it most. “The 29 Who Shine honorees are exceptional student leaders who saw a way to improve something and acted on it, and for that we are grateful. They are a credit to the colleges and universities they attend.
civic and cultural lives of area residents and the prosperity of local and regional businesses.” MCC President Gena Glickman noted that the ICEO and the faculty fellow are an important part of the college’s mission. She is pleased to see Hurston pick up the torch.
He completed his residency in 1978 and moved to North Platte, joining the staff of Great Plains Regional Medical Center, now Great Plains Health, as a general surgeon. He retired from his surgery practice in 2006. Bonnie worked as a computer programmer for Mutual of Omaha while Bob was in medical school and again during Bob’s surgery residency.
Teacher of the Year during its annual conference in Kansas City. Both the national and regional awards are designed to recognize outstanding contributions to business education by a postsecondary business educator. Chittick has taught business classes at NPCC for 20 years.
has been an active participant in AAWCC programs over the years, presenting on data-savvy decision making and on decisions about leadership transitions, and participating in the organization’s CEO Network. Prior to joining Achieving the Dream in 2015, Stout was president of Montgomery County Community College (Pa.
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.