that Laudate served faithfully. “She was at every meeting, and was a strong contributor in the committee process and the board process. When she had something to say, we all listened to her because we knew it was coming from her heart and it was well thought out,” said.
of the Criminal Justice Department, started at GRCC as an adjunct instructor in 2003. She joined the faculty full-time in 2006. She is known for developing case studies for her students to discuss in class and for sharing the latest research, resources and best practices.
of Terra State, received a bachelor of arts in business administration with a concentration in human resources from Olivet College in Michigan. While working in various positions at the University of Toledo, he earned a master’s degree.
served on the inaugural Board of Directors of the San Jacinto College Foundation before being named executive director of the foundation. She went on to become chief financial officer and transitioned into the role of chancellor in May of 2009.
A summary listing of colleges receiving institution and individual honors and awards
From left: Warren Nichols, TBR vice chancellor for community colleges; John Morgan, TBR chancellor; Emily Reynolds, TBR vice chair; David Black; U.S. Rep. Diane Black; Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president; and Karen Mitchell, Vol State vice president for resource development.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College. In her position with GNTC, she helps students do everything it takes to get into college successfully. From helping students do testing to finding the resources needed to do well once they are in the classroom, Skates is dedicated to the future.
seven Greensboro-area colleges and universities submitted ideas. Students Dominique Alston (culinary arts), Dedria Cooke (culinary arts and hospitality management), Lasha Couser (culinary arts and hospitality management) and Willie Smith (culinary...
Members of Central Carolina Community College’s Upward Bound Math & Science Scholars’ Bowl team from Harnett County Schools are pictured, left to right: Kiara Jones, Kayla Johnson, Ashley Tittemore (coach), Peggy Cotton (parent chaperone), Jeremy Walker and Christie Cotten.
DCCC Tau Beta Chapter members meet with Ron Risley, executive director of Phi Theta Kappa, at the regional Phi Theta Kappa conference. They are from left, front row, Travis Hundley and Zach Rierson, and back row, from left, Ashlin McGuinn, Alex Darr, Risley, Darlene Trahan, Parker Tilley and Donna Rankins- Abrams.
A summary Listing of Institution and Individual Honors and Awards
Regional Medical Center’s State of the Hospital Address. In introducing Hoover, Wallace State President Vicki Karolewics listed Hoover’s many professional and civic accomplishments. “Her commitment to excellence and her stellar accomplishments have been recognized throughout her career,” Karolewics said.
achievement and qualities in leadership. Jensen arrived at the college in May 2013 as its fifth president. He came aboard during one of the college’s most challenging financial crises. By working in partnership with faculty, staff and administration, he led HFC through this difficult financial period.
organizations and foundations; and a campaign conclusion celebration including colorful numbered placards held by students that revealed $26,593,789 raised for student success at Clark. The foundation also established a relationship with Sam Elliot, actor and Clark alumnus, who recorded the voiceover for television commercial tag lines.
Rama in East Ridge, Tenn.. Six other nominees were named as county representatives and will serve for a year as ambassadors for their adult learning centers in an effort to encourage other adults to take advantage of educational opportunities.
the Carrboro Farmers Market, Farmer Foodshare’s mission is to fill the gaps in the local food system. The Farmer Foodshare program connects the bounty of local farmers with those who need food the most.