(CENTREVILLE) – Glen Oaks Community College is asking the community’s help for nominations for three annual awards.
The awards are the Distinguished Alumni Award, the Fellows Award and the E.J. Shaheen Teaching Excellence Award.
The Distinguished Alumni Award is given to a Glen Oaks alum who has demonstrated achievement in his or her career field, service to the community or outstanding contribution to the College.
The Fellows Award honors an individual or institution who has provided outstanding support of the College as evidenced by long-term dedication and commitment to the college; extensive community level support for the College and/or direct and continuing support of the College and students. Former and retired employees may also be considered for this award.
The E.J. Shaheen Teaching Excellence Award is presented annually to an outstanding faculty member. The nominee should exemplify high professional standards, excellence in teaching and whose position as a faculty member reflects upon the value of education to his or her students and quality of education. The appointment includes a monetary award.
More specific details and requirements for the awards, as well as nomination forms, can be found on line. Click Here. The information is also available at the Glen Oaks Information Desk.
Nomination forms should be submitted to the President’s Office by 4 PM on Monday, March 23. The awards will be presented during the Glen Oaks graduation ceremony on Friday, May 8.
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