Alexandra Mendez-Zfass, C’13, was named Henrico County Public Schools First-Year Teacher of the Year during a ceremony held May 8, 2013.
John Butt, GC’13, academic advisor in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, recently co-presented a session at the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) 2013 Annual Convention.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies has announced its lineup up student, faculty, alumni and special speakers for 2013 Commencement Exercises.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies continued its tradition of honoring excellence among students, faculty and alumni during its Fiftieth Anniversary SPCS Night celebration on May 8, 2013.
Jane Dowrick, Osher Institute director, recently co-facilitated two sessions at the American Society on Aging National Conference “Aging in America.”
The first graduates of the School of Professional and Continuing Studies massage therapy studies program have earned a 100% first-time pass rate on the massage certificate examination.
Stephanie Bowlin, Manager of Professional Development programs in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, has been asked to serve on the Senior Leadership Team of the Learning Resources Network (LERN).
Two School of Professional and Continuing Studies students and one alumna were awarded scholarships from the Richmond Paralegal Association.
Dr. Christine Contrada, assistant professor and program coordinator, liberal arts, was accepted to the Online Paleography Course 2013 at the Medici Archive Project.
Charles “Chip” Greene, GC‘11, has published an article on security vulnerabilities in data recovery procedures in the Disaster Recovery Journal.