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CSCC Holds Inservice For Faculty And Staff

Friday, August 12, 2022

Cleveland State Community College held an inservice for faculty and staff. Many employees were honored with service and various other awards at the event.

Sandra Godsey was honored with the 2022 Service-Learning Champion Award. This is an annual faculty-staff nominated award honoring a colleague who has demonstrated commitment to the promotion of service-learning.

The following employees were honored with five-year service awards for their commitment and dedication to the college: Rick Monroe, Chris Jones, Diana Hendershott, Elizabeth Lambdin, Melodee Alexander, Stephen Carmer and Casi Hodges. 

Aaron Bryant received a 15-year service award.

A 10-year service award was given to Maureen Baksh-Griffin, Donna Brogdon, Jean Moses, Sindy Reynolds and Vickie Still. 

Karen Wyrick and Neil Greenwood were honored for 30 years of service, John Squires and Holly Appleton were honored for 20 years of service.

The following employees received their Level 1 Advisor Training certificate: Winona Christiansen, Matt Pankey, Desiree’ McCarthy, Chris Aragon, Chad Laxton and Darlene Looper.


Lee Students Gain Experience Through Summer Internships In D.C.

Lee University To Host Graduate Panels

“Influence, Faith And Reason” Symposium To Take Place At Lee Oct. 7-8


Lee University students Zadie Fiveash, Brandon Newell, and Macy Petty have returned from Washington D.C. after completing unique internships in their respective fields. “This summer several ... (click for more)

Lee’s McNair Scholars Program will host a Graduate Student Panel on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. and a Graduate Dean Panel on Friday, Sept. 30, at 3:30 p.m. Each panel will take place virtually, feature ... (click for more)

Lee University will host “Influence, Faith, and Reason: People of Faith in the Liberal Arts, as Public Intellectuals,” a two-day symposium on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7-8. The event will be ... (click for more)



Student Scene

Lee Students Gain Experience Through Summer Internships In D.C.

Lee University students Zadie Fiveash, Brandon Newell, and Macy Petty have returned from Washington D.C. after completing unique internships in their respective fields. “This summer several students from the political science department, relying on their own ambition and determination, found some wonderful internship opportunities," said Dr. Mark Scully, assistant professor of ... (click for more)

Lee University To Host Graduate Panels

Lee’s McNair Scholars Program will host a Graduate Student Panel on Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. and a Graduate Dean Panel on Friday, Sept. 30, at 3:30 p.m. Each panel will take place virtually, feature three panelists, and cover topics such as general graduate school application process, available funding for specific programs, graduate school life hacks, “a day in the life” of a graduate ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Over 1,600 Athletes Take Part In Chattanooga Ironman 2022; Drew Jordan, Amy Corrigan Take 1st Place

Over 1,600 athletes took part in the 2022 Little Debbie IRONMAN Chattanooga on Sunday. The athletes kicked off their IRONMAN journey, beginning with a 2.4-mile swim in the Tennessee River before taking on a 112-mile ride through the hills of North Georgia and a 26.2-mile run around historic Chattanooga with an unforgettable finish down Riverfront Parkway along the Tennessee River. ... (click for more)

2-Year-Old In Critical Condition After Being Found Unresponsive In Neighbor's Pool In Bradley County

A two-year old child is in critical condition after being found in a neighbor's pool Sunday afternoon. The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Bradley County EMS and Bradley County Fire and Rescue were dispatched at 1:18 p.m. to an address on Burnt Ridge Drive, Charleston, in reference to a possible drowning. The call came when neighbors discovered an unresponsive child ... (click for more)

Opinion

What Lessons Are We Teaching Our Students? - And Response

A parent spanks their kid in the year 2022 and gets CPS and the police called on them. A cop body slams a child by his dreadlocks and maces him at his school and most people cheer it on as teaching him a lesson by disciplining him. What lesson are we teaching our kids? That violence solves problems? That talking back to authority figures is a crime? The kid never put his ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: MTSU's Biggest Win Ever

There are those among us who believe Tennessee’s 38-33 win over Florida was the biggest win in the South on Saturday but, ah, that’s because they still don’t know that “little” Middle Tennessee State, a 25-point underdog to nationally ranked Miami, just clobbered the proud-and-might Hurricanes in a far-better football game. That’s right, MTSU clobbered No. 25 Miami, 45-31, Saturday ... (click for more)