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March 08, 2019
Chipola College officials have nominated deserving faculty for the 2019 Association of Florida Colleges awards.
Business and Technology instructor, Sherry Klanjac, has been nominated for the Ernest L. Boyer Award for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology. The award honors highly creative faculty members who have contributed significantly to teaching, learning, and technology in higher education. Klanjac utilizes technology in creative ways to teach accounting at all levels.
Nominated for the Distinguished Faculty Award is Amanda Myers, an instructor in the Literature/Language department. Myers works with baccalaureate English education students to publish the Florida English Journal, the annual publication of the Florida Council of Teachers of English. On the first publication in 2018, the journal received the Journal of Excellence Award from the National Council of Teachers of English.
The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE), led by Director Bonnie Smith, has been nominated for the Teaching and Learning Center Award. ACE provides many services to the students of Chipola College, contributing to student success, retention, and completion.
The award recipients will be announced at the AFC Conference on College Teaching and Learning, April 3-5, in St. Petersburg.