Honors & awards. (faculty lounge).Seven instructors at Florida's Miami-Dade Community College will be recognized for their exceptional contributions by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development. The recipients of the 2002 NISOD Excellence Award are nominated by their colleges for outstanding service and teaching excellence.
Recipients include Ian Cobham, professor of educational research; Kelley Kennedy-Isern, professor of English; Myra Medina, professor of English; Chris Migliaccio, professor of environmental science; Carol Petrozella, professor of nursing; Rosany Rodriguez, professor of mathematics and computer sciences and Lois Willoughby, professor of social sciences.
Donna Vandergrift, lecturer in psychology at Burlington County College Not to be confused with Burlington College.
Burlington County College is an accredited, co-educational, two-year, public, community college located in Burlington County, New Jersey. in Pemberton, N.J., was selected as the college's 2001-2002 Professor of the Year.
Denise Barkis Richter, instructor of communications at Palo Alto College in San Antonio, was the recipient of a Poynter Institute fellowship. Earlier this year, she was honored by her peers with the Teaching Excellence Award for Creativity and Innovation.
Marion Carroll, an English instructor at John A. Logan College in Carterville, Ill., received the Outstanding Faculty Member Award.
Professor Mary Sue Koeppel, communications professor at Florida Community College in Jacksonville, Fla., has received the Educator of the Year Award. Koeppel was also the recipient of the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville's Educator in the Arts Award for 2002.
Olga Quercia, a music instructor of Fresno City College Fresno City College (or FCC) is a city college in Fresno, California. Established in 1910, it was the first community college in California and the second in the nation. in Fresno, Calif., is the recipient of the 2002 Dr. Bill F. Stewart Achievement of Excellence Award.
Cheryl Gibby, the math department chair at Cypress College in Cypress, Calif., was selected as Orange County's community college teacher of the year. She received this award from the Orange County Department of Education, along with a $15,000 cash gift.
Triton College in River Grove, Ill., has named five adjunct faculty members as recipients of the 2002 Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award: Larry Cormicle, construction technology and management; Mary Ann Genetti, adult basic education/English as a second language: Michael Holub, criminal justice: Paul Janus, biology: Annette Lambeta, advertising art and computer design department.
Carolyn Inmon, professor of communications and honors program director of Mt. San Antonio College Mt. San Antonio College (commonly called Mt. SAC; pronounced as the word "sack") is a community college located in the Los Angeles suburb of Walnut, California, next to California State Polytechnic University, Pomona which is just over a hill.
Mt. in Walnut, Calif., has received the regional Horizon Award from the National Community College Honors Society.
Philip J. Cragg, a culinary arts instructor at Atlantic Cape Community College's Academy of Culinary Arts in Mays Landing, N.J., will be inducted into the American Academy of Chefs.
Scott Sinex, professor and chair of the physical sciences department at Prince George's Community College Prince George's Community College is a community college located in the community of Largo in unincorporated Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.
Founded in 1958, Prince George's Community College will soon celebrate 50 years of serving Prince George's County and in Prince George's County, Md., received the Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology.
Ali Roodsari, associate professor of business and information systems at Maryland's Baltimore City Community College Baltimore City Community College dates its origins to the Baltimore Junior College, founded as part of the Baltimore City Public School System in 1947 to provide post-high school education for returning World War II veterans and was the inspiration of Dr. Harry Bard. , was awarded the Region Two Teaching Excellence Award from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs The Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs was founded in 1988 to create an organization and an accreditation process designed to fit the needs of business programs focused on teaching and learning. .
Dr. Robert Vaughn, professor and co-chair of the business management department at Lakeland Community College in Kirtland, Ohio, was given the for Distinguished Faculty Service award by the college.
Marco Benassi, professor of speech of the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Ill., was selected as the college's Outstanding Faculty Member for 2002.