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2014 November 10 - 09:43 am
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Marilyn Palatinus, foreign languages program coordinator and an associate professor of Spanish at Pellissippi State Community College (Tenn.), has been named this year’s Jacqueline Elliott Award recipient by the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association.
2014 October 30 - 02:52 am

A Look at Faculty Activities from around the nation

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Tallahassee Community College’s (Fla.) Fine Art Gallery hosted an opening reception for an exciting new art exhibit. “The Figure as Vehicle” will open for public viewing at the reception. The exhibit will continue through Dec. 11. Artists Marsha de Broske and John Carollo filled the gallery with two- and three-dimensional works.
2014 October 13 - 08:31 pm

News For and About Community College Faculty

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Barbara Ward, nursing professor and program director at Florida SouthWestern State College, has been selected to join the 2015 Leadership Charlotte class by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce. Ward has been involved with the Punta Gorda medical community for the past 32 years.
2014 October 1 - 09:15 pm
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Kimberley Duff, a psychology professor at Cerritos College (Calif.), is the winner of the American Psychological Association’s 2014 Excellence in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at a Two-Year College or Campus Award.
2014 September 7 - 08:33 pm

A summary of Faculty Activities from around the nation

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Epperson, professor in sociology at St. Louis Community College-Meramec (Mo.), participated in the sixth annual Summer Institute for Faculty’s “Teaching Peace in the 21st Century” at the University of Notre Dame.
2014 August 20 - 08:44 pm

A look at faculty activities across the country

Wake Technical Community College nursing professor and clinical coordinator Linda Tyler has been selected as one of the Great 100 Nurses of North Carolina for 2014. Tyler was chosen by The Great 100, Inc., an organization recognizing nursing excellence and providing scholarships to students across the state.
2014 June 7 - 09:36 pm
Anne P. LaVance, director of the Delgado Community College’s (La.) Pharmacy Technician Program, has received multiple honors from educational and industry organizations. LaVance has been named chair of the Pharmacy Technician Committee on the Executive Board of the Louisiana Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

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