MGC PRESENTS EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION AWARDS AT FALL KICKOFF
(Cochran, GA) – Middle Georgia College honored outstanding faculty and staff members with the Employee Recognition Awards during its Fall Kickoff on August 9. Custodian Freeman Small and Lisa Shaw, Administrative Assistant for Education Field Placement, both from the Cochran campus, received the Staff Excellence Award. Instructor Amber Donnell from the Dublin campus received the Teaching Excellence Award for part-time employees, and Dr. Sharon Mozley-Standridge, Assistant Professor of biology at the Cochran campus, received the Teaching Excellence Award for full-time employees. Kirby Swenson, Assistant Professor of biology at the Cochran campus, received the Community Service Award. Adon Clark, Aviation Maintenance Chair from the Eastman campus, received the Outstanding Advisor Award. Johnny McMoy, Director of Planning, Assessment, and Grants from the Cochran campus, received the Administrator Excellence Award. Faculty and staff were nominated by their colleagues, and the winners were determined by the MGC Employee Recognition Committee.