CC 2021-2022 end-of-year honorees named
Eight Casper College employees were recognized with 2021-2022 year-end honors during the college’s annual retirement and recognition reception.
Sally Jenkins, custodian, was recognized with the Robert O. Durst Classified Staff Award. The award is 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 was Brian Clark, IT network coordinator. 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 Eric Atkins, Spanish 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.
There are two Shanklin awards named for longtime Casper College Emeritus psychology instructor Garth Shanklin. The awards promote 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 Shanklin Faculty Leadership Excellence Award winner was Jared Bowden, physics instructor and the Shanklin Adjunct Faculty Teaching Excellence Award winner was Leilani DeClue, adjunct instructor.
Thom DeVoogd, education instructor, and Teresa Stricklin, mathematics instructor, were both recognized with the Rosenthal Outstanding Educator Award. To be chosen for the award, the recipient must possess the qualities of an outstanding educator, document participation in professional organizations and/or activities, and take an active role in the community and/or out-of-school cultural activities.
Finally, Mitchel “Miko” Millan, chemistry instructor, was named the Phi Theta Kappa Terrific Learning Coach of the year. The award recognizes the instructor who has made a difference in Casper College students’ educational careers.
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