February 2011 Achievements
Sherrill D. Wilson, PhD, Humanities, presented her slide lecture “Celebrating Freedom,” at several venues. “Celebrating Freedom,” details the July 4, 1827 emancipation of African slaves in NYC and their lives in the ensuing years.
Wendy Greenspan, RN, Instructor, Nursing, presented a program at the Tappan Library about how to avoid compassion fatigue, and how to mitigate the physical and emotional stress resulting from caring for a relative with health problems.
Collette Fournier, Adjunct Faculty, Art, and Educational Support Specialist for Campus Communications, had her photographic work selected for the national exhibit, Science, Poetry, and the Photographic Image. The exhibit will open in Atlanta at the Trois Gallery March 4 - April 1, and then will travel for display at the Northlight Gallery on the campus of Arizona State University.
James Salvadon, Assistant Professor, Math, was nominated to represent the College with the 2011 David R. Pierce award sponsored by AACC (American Association of Community Colleges). This award acknowledges faculty for creative and innovative use of technology in the classroom, leadership in technology usage, and inspiration to students in the area of technology.