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The Gabor Awards is an annual award program sponsored and administered by Mr. Frank Gabor and the Foundation to honor college employees. The nomination and selection of outstanding employees is entirely a campus-wide, peer-based process. Awards are presented in three categories: 1) career service, 2) faculty, and 3) administrative/professional. The Plaque is housed in the Bryant Bldg entrance, Webber Center on the Ocala Campus.
Sponsored by the Career and Professional Employee Council (CPEC), the Whale Done award is a "traveling trophy" which is passed monthly from the current award holder to another person on any of the campuses who has helped that individual in some way.
The Helping Hands/Quality Service banner is presented to a department that demonstrates excellence in internal and/or external customer service. This "traveling trophy" is selected by the current award-winning department and presented quarterly at Administrative Team meetings.
The Constellation Award is given to a group of faculty members who, working together in a group of between 2-5 members, have designed and implemented an innovative program, project, or course that has had a positive impact on student learning at CFCC. Applications are accepted in the spring and evaluated by the Teaching/Learning Institute Steering Committee. The plaque is presented by the T/LI and is located in Bldg. 3 Rm 117. Recipients (2003 The Integrity I) Mike Bannester, Tim Ingram, Paul Rossiter, (2004 Teddy Bear Clinics) Maggie Davis, Jan Livingston, (2005 The CFCC Women's Institute) Sandra Cooper, Judy Davis, Sheila Evans, Diane Fowlkes, Amy Mangan, Bonnie Vorwerk, (2006 Mobile A/C Trainer) Mike Bannester, Tim Ingram, Paul Rossiter, (2007 Debra Vasques Memorial Poetry Series) Ron Cooper, Sandra Cooper, Judy Haisten, Cassandra Robison, Kay Wilcox, (2008 On-site Physical Therapy Clinic) Patti Hooker, Sue Irwin, Jean McCauley, (2009 The "Green Machine") Bob DuMond, Tim Ingram, Paul Rossiter, (2010 Dental Assisting Student Table Clinics Project) Amanda Gennaro, Christie Hicks, Deanna Stentiford, (2011 The Hurt Locker) Le Baroni, Kat Kelley, Rod McGinnes, Rob O'Brien, Joe Schenk
"Stars" are faculty members who demonstrate excellence in teaching and student learning. One faculty members is selected during the fall and spring terms by the current "Stars." The program is coordinated by the Teaching/Learning Institute Steering Committee. The award is presented by the T/LI and the plaques are located in Bldg 3 Rm 117 and in the Plaza. Recipients: (Spring 2001)Ron Cooper,Lori Kielty, (Fall 2001)Susan Cable, Jack Thursby, (Spring 2002)Bob DuMond,Linda Smith, (Fall 2002)Michelle Wirt,Scott Olsen, (Spring 2003) Sally Douglass, Paul Rossiter, (Fall 2003)Dave Hartley, Kathy Kilcrease, (Spring 2004) Amy Mangan,Scott Smith, (Fall 2004) Debra Vasquez,Elvira Surmons, (Spring 2005) Jan Livingston, Steve MacKenzie, (Fall 2005) John Simpson, (Spring 2006) Connie Tice, (Fall 2006) Joan Luebbe, (Spring 2007)Liz Minnerly, (Fall 2007) Sandra Cooper, (Spring 2008) Peter Smith, (Fall 2008) Rod McGinnes, (Spring 2009) Allan Danuff, (Fall 2009) Greg Dawson, (Spring 2010) Joe Zimmerman, (Fall 2010) Delores Hunt, (Spring 2011) Thanease Roberts
This Endowment sponsored by the Foundation is intended to serve the entire college by enabling career, professional, and administrative service persons to develop new ideas and activities that move the college forward and support the institution's vision and mission. The New Initiative honors outstanding persons and places resources in their hands which impact the classroom or supports the college vision/mission in some way
Teaching and learning are central to the mission of this college. The intent of the Endowed Chair Program is to place clear public focus on this mission. This Foundation program highlights those individuals and their outstanding service to our students. These Plaques are located on the Ocala Campus in the Webber Center.
The International College Teaching and Learning Technology focuses on instructional creativity. Emphasis is on research and practice in teaching and learning--with focus on uses of innovative learning strategies and advanced technologies in online learning and the face-to-face classroom. Each year CFCC faculty recommend a colleague for this award. The pictures arelocated in Bldg 3 at the Office of Professional Development.
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