Dr. Dan Grube, Department Head of the School of Teaching and Learning, received the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award by his alma mater, Lyndon State College in Vermont. This honor is designed to recognize an alumni who has achieved excellence in their profession and who has served their state and community.
Dr. Dan Grube, Department Head of the School of Teaching and Learning has been selected by his alma mater, Lyndon State College in Vermont, to receive the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award. This honor is designed to recognize an alumni who has achieved excellence in their profession and who has served their state and community. The award will be presented in September at the Alumni Awards event at Lyndon State College.
Erin Fox (2003, B.S.Ed) has been named South Carolina Teacher of the Year. Fox is an English teacher at Gaffney High School and uses her dynamic background in drama, dance and music to create dynamic lessons. She also coaches cross country. Read the full story here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/35333306/upstate-teachers-named-finalists-for-sc-teacher-of-the-year
Dr. April Perry, program director and assistant professor of higher education student affairs was awarded the Outstanding Professional in Graduate and Professional Student Services Award by the Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services Knowledge Community at the NASPA Annual Convention. This is an amazing honor!
Leslie Schoof, a 2009 MAEd. in Science Education graduate was named Teacher of the Year for the Western North Carolina region by the state’s Department of Public Instruction. Schoof, a biology and physical science teacher was already recognized as Teacher of the Year for Madison Early College High School and the entire Madison County Public School system. Read the entire story here: http://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/madison/2016/12/19/schoof-named-wnc-teacher-year/95520480/
Western Carolina University has been named a “2017 Best College Value” in an annual review of colleges and universities released by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. WCU is ranked 98th among public higher education institutions across the nation in terms of value for in-state students and 83rd for out-of-state students. The rankings are based on admission and retention rates, student-faculty ratios, four-year graduation rates, costs of attending, financial aid and average debt of students at graduation. Read the complete story here: http://news-prod.wcu.edu/2017/01/wcu-named-best-college-value-kiplingers-personal-finance-magazine/