Faculty Spotlight

On behalf of CELT, we would like to thank and recognize YOU for you Excellence! We are so proud of you!

Spring 2013

Lynnda Brown, Associate Professor

...answered a call for proposals as a QM (Quality Matters) Model Course with her Business Communications course. Lynnda’s course was chosen as an example of best practice and is representative of meeting the standards for QM. This is a great honor for Professor Brown and TCCTCC will receive recognition and compensation for hosting QM students to Blackboard and Prof. Brown’s course. For the next three years, faculty and administrators from across the nation will be logging in to TCC’s Blackboard site to see an example of how Quality Matters standards are applied bringing TCC recognition as an institution that provides quality online education.

Patty Smith, Diana Spencer and Dusti Sloan

...are being recognized by the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI). Check out the article about Tulsa Community College Undergraduate Research: The Bioscience Undergraduate Research Experience in Tulsa (BURET) Institute.

Dewayne Dickens, Ph.D.

...is Listed Among 100 Graduate Students of Significance at Oklahoma State University
Many of his Accomplishments include:
Associate Professor, Developmental Studies
Instructor Coordinator, Communications Division Adviser,
African American Student Association Member, African American Male Student Success Team
Codirector, Oklahoma State University Writing Project

Jan, Lori and Leslie

...for presenting their poster at the 9th Annual Nurse Educator Conference at Oklahoma City University Kramer School of Nursing (KSN)
They said the conference was great and here are some highlights:
1. Review of many teaching strategies. During the presentation we used the hands on activities.
2. Lots of positive feedback on poster presentation. Presenter encouraged us to continue to move forward with our strategy.
3. KSN support decreasing student anxiety through the use of two therapy dogs that are present in the classroom and lab settings. The dogs are turned loose in the classroom and lab to have on the spot stress reduction as needed. Students can come to the nursing office and checking out the dogs to play.
4. The KSN has a new building with spacious labs and classroom settings. This is a very student friendly setting.
Thank you for representing TCC Nursing so well.

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