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CGTC Announces Patricia Wessinger as 2008 Adjunct Instructor of the Year

Central Georgia Technical College has announced Patricia Wessinger as its 2008 Adjunct Instructor of the Year. The announcement was made at the college's professional development meeting on June 17.

Wessinger is an adjunct instructor of mathematics at CGTC.

Central Georgia Technical College President Dr. Ronald D. Natale, II congratulated Wessinger on winning the award. 'Adjunct faculty makes significant contributions to our efforts as a college every day,' Natale said. 'We commend Pat Wessinger on this outstanding achievement, and for contributing to a support system helps students transform their lives.'

In addition to a special plaque recognizing her efforts, Wessinger receives an award of $250 from the Central Georgia Technical College Foundation and $250 from Wachovia Bank.

Through the Adjunct Instructor of the Year Award, CGTC annually recognizes outstanding part-time faculty who have made a significant contribution to the College through their teaching. Based upon feedback from department and program chairs, the list of eligible nominees is limited to those individuals who lend their time and talents to CGTC on a purely part-time basis.



Pictured from left to right are Adrian Johnson from Wachovia Bank, CGTC's 2008 Adjunct Instructor of the Year winner Patricia Wessinger, and CGTC President Dr. Ronald D, Natale, II.

Submitted by James M. Harvey, Jr.
June 18, 2008

 

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