Sonia Wynne Receives Award for Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology
The International Conference on College Teaching and Learning and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning honored Sonia Wynne, chair of the Hemodialysis Patient Care Specialist program at Central Georgia Technical College, as a recipient of the 2008 Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology.
The awards ceremony, held on April 16, 2008, in Jacksonville, Florida, honored 40 teaching faculty from across the U.S. and around the world for their innovative contributions to teaching and learning in higher education.
"This award is a way for us to recognize the highly creative contributions that are made day in and day out by outstanding teaching faculty in colleges and universities around the world," said Jeana Davis, coordinator of the conference. "It also provides a venue for them to share those ideas with their colleagues at other institutions—improving higher education teaching and learning opportunities for all of us."
"We congratulate Sonia on receiving this prestigious award," said Dr. Ronald D. Natale, II, president of Central Georgia Technical College. "Her outstanding work and awards in many areas is a prime example of how CGTC provides an important contribution and connection to the community… not just through our programs, but also through our people."
The International Conference on College Teaching and Learning was established in 1988 to promote the exchange of ideas to improve the teaching and learning process through innovative and effective uses of pedagogy and technology in higher education. Complete conference details are available online at www.teachlearn.org.
|Submitted by James M Harvey Jr.
May 6, 2008
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