Who was Applauded?
We asked you to nominate noteworthy adjuncts on your campus—and nominate you did! Over one hundred adjunct faculty members across the nation were applauded this April, and we have you and many other supportive faculty members to thank for that. Check out some of the amazing nominees and messages of appreciation from their nominations. Spreading the love feels good, doesn't it?
Alamance Community College
“Monica has been instrumental in developing our College Success course online. Her courses consistently fill to capacity and she is an excellent instructor.”
East Los Angeles College
“Mr. Vu is an outstanding instructor. He provides and open and honest objective environment conducive to learning. Students do not feel intimidated when there is something they do not know or do not understand as senior students.”
Keene State College
“Dave has been part of the department as an adjunct for the past 15 years. He has been an inspiration to all students and a real asset for the department and an invaluable colleague. He is very deserving of this recognition.”
College of Lake County
“She consistently embodies a desire to be available to help any student or faculty member who needs help. When she sees someone who looks like they have a question...she jumps in and asks if she can help them (and then she usually can!)”
Anna Marie Vagnozzi
Cleveland Community College
“Anna Marie is a very dedicated instructor and is well liked by her students and peers. Her students know exactly what to expect from her and they know that she is willing to help whenever they are having trouble understanding the material.”
Community College of Aurora
“Jasmine is one of our most dedicated adjuncts. Not only does she teach multiple courses in an engaging and interactive manner, she takes time to co-chair our Voices for Early Childhood Educators campus organization.”
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