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College faculty, staff honored for teaching, leadership excellence

By Messenger Staff | Published Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Eight faculty and staff from Weatherford College have been recognized by The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) for teaching and leadership excellence and were honored at WC commencement May 11.

AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE - Weatherford College faculty and staff honored by The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development include (from left) Dr. Marcelo Willcham, Spanish instructor; Kathy Bassham, executive dean of Student Services; Dr. Arleen Atkins, dean of Institutional Effectiveness; Dr. Lisa Welch, instructor of biology; Matt Joiner, WC Wise County associate dean for instruction; Christy Walker, vocational nursing instructor; and Janetta Kruse, director of Workforce and Continuing Education. Not pictured is Christie Dayley, government instructor. Submitted photo

AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE – Weatherford College faculty and staff honored by The National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development include (from left) Dr. Marcelo Willcham, Spanish instructor; Kathy Bassham, executive dean of Student Services; Dr. Arleen Atkins, dean of Institutional Effectiveness; Dr. Lisa Welch, instructor of biology; Matt Joiner, WC Wise County associate dean for instruction; Christy Walker, vocational nursing instructor; and Janetta Kruse, director of Workforce and Continuing Education. Not pictured is Christie Dayley, government instructor. Submitted photo

Those recognized included Dr. Marcelo Willcham, Spanish instructor; Kathy Bassham, executive dean of student services; Dr. Arleen Atkins, dean of institutional effectiveness; Dr. Lisa Welch, instructor of biology; Matt Joiner, WC Wise County associate dean for instruction; Christy Walker, vocational nursing instructor; Christie Dayley, government instructor; and Janetta Kruse, director of Workforce and Continuing Education.

NISOD is the outreach vehicle and service arm to the Community College Leadership Program at The University of Texas at Austin and is dedicated to the professional development of faculty, administrators and staff and to the continued improvement of teaching and learning. NISOD hosted its first Excellence Awards ceremony more than 25 years ago. Honorees are recommended by their home institutions and selected for engaging and inspirational teaching and leadership methods.

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