CC Employees Receive Year-End Honors | Casper College, Wyoming

CC Employees Receive Year-End Honors

Seven Casper College employees were recognized with 2017-2018 year-end honors during the college’s annual retirement and recognition dinner on May 4.

Tara Goltermann, Early Childhood Learning Center teacher, was recognized with the Robert Durst Classified Staff Award. The award was designed to recognize a classified staff member who demonstrates an outstanding service reputation in their job performance, knowledge, effectiveness, character, communication, cooperation, judgment, and interactions.

The Outstanding Administrator of the year was Linda Nichols, registrar. The award was designed to recognize an administrator who demonstrates an outstanding service reputation in their job performance, knowledge, effectiveness, character, communication, cooperation, judgment, and interactions.

The Judith Bailey Scully Award recipient was Chad Hanson, sociology instructor. Established by Casper College Alumnus Marlan O. Scully in honor of his wife Judith, the award recognizes faculty who demonstrate academic excellence as characterized by Judith’s outstanding accomplishments as a Casper College and University of Wyoming student.

The Shanklin Faculty Leadership Award, named for longtime Casper College emeritus psychology instructor Garth Shanklin, promotes recognition of full-time and part-time Casper College teaching faculty who display exceptional commitment to teaching and have made significant collegial contributions to the college. The winner of the full-time recognition was Kendall Jacobs, mathematics instructor, and the part-time winner was Rose Crossen, political science instructor.

Finally, Art Washut, criminal justice instructor, and Jodi Youmans-Jones, theatre dance instructor, were both recognized with the Rosenthal Outstanding Educator Award. To be chosen for the award, the recipients must possess qualities of an outstanding educator, document participation in professional organizations and/or activities, and take an active role in community and/or out-of-school cultural activities.

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May 8, 2018