INDIANAPOLIS — Ivy Tech Community College recognized its top adjunct faculty instructors at a conference in Indianapolis on Feb. 22.
The purpose of the program is to recognize Ivy Tech’s adjunct faculty members who best exhibit instruction excellence. The Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Instruction is presented annually to one faculty
member in each of the college’s 14 regions. Those chosen receive a commemorative plaque and a $250 professional development grant.
From the Adjunct Faculty Award recipients, one is chosen to receive the Gerald I. Lamkin Award for Excellence in Instruction. The award recognizes the adjunct faculty member who epitomizes the mission of Ivy Tech. The award consists of a commemorative medallion, an after-tax award of $250 and a $500 professional development grant. Michael Durr, an adjunct instructor in paramedic science in Kokomo, received the award.
The Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Instruction recipients are:
- Brenda Campbell, math, Lafayette region
- Durr, paramedic science, Kokomo region
- Tiffany Fore, English and general studies, North Central region
- Candy Knight, Student Success and English, Columbus/Franklin region
- Stepanka Magstadt, history, Bloomington region
- Jeffrey Mason, paramedic science, Wabash Valley region
- Kissler, math, Central region
- Anne “Beth” Keeney, business, Sellersburg region
- P. Karyn McDaniel, human services, East Central region
- Donna Milam, Student Success, Southwest region
- A.J. Mistry, English and math, Southeast region
- Linda Rutherford, health care support, medical assisting, Richmond region
- Beverly Seleb, hospitality administration, Northwest region
- Michael Stepp, therapeutic massage, industrial technology, Northeast region
Ivy Tech Community College is the state’s largest public post-secondary institution and the nation’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system, serving nearly 200,000 students annually. Ivy Tech has campuses throughout Indiana.
It offers affordable degree programs and training that are aligned with the needs of its community along with courses and programs that transfer to other colleges and universities in Indiana. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.