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Wharton County Junior College selects NISOD excellence award recipients

Award recipients are from left: Dana Bramble, Jimidene Murphey, Donna Schilling, Deborah Yancey, Dale Neaderhouser, Elizabeth Rexford, and Jacqueline Kuehn.

Award recipients are from left: Dana Bramble, Jimidene Murphey, Donna Schilling, Deborah Yancey, Dale Neaderhouser, Elizabeth Rexford, and Jacqueline Kuehn.

Wharton County Junior College instructors are being recognized for their dedication to their particular fields of study by the National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD). Seven WCJC instructors will receive NISOD Excellence Awards at the annual International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, scheduled for May 25-28 in Austin.

Honorees include:

• Dana Bramble of Van Vleck, Instructor of Developmental English

• Jimidene Murphey of Palacios, Instructor of English

• Donna Schilling of Brazoria, Program Director/Instructor of Computer Science

• Deborah Yancey of Sealy, Program Director/Instructor of Associate Degree Nursing

• Dale Neaderhouser of Katy, Department Head/Instructor of Mathematics

• Elizabeth Rexford of Rosenberg, Department Head/Instructor of Government

• Jacqueline Kuehn of Wharton, Program Director/Instructor of Cosmetology

WCJC President Betty McCrohan said she is proud of her staff for their achievements.

“These instructors have dedicated themselves to helping our students reach their educational goals,” McCrohan said. “They exemplify the positive impact Wharton County Junior College has on the communities in its service area and we are pleased their efforts have been recognized.”

NISOD Director Dr. Edward Leach said it’s an honor to be able to recognize educators for contributing to the success of their students.“The extraordinary work of these men and women includes not only what they do for their students and colleagues, but what they do for the communities in which they live,” Leach said. “We’re honored to be able to play a part in celebrating their achievements.”

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