Here is a small sample of the 2012 PWSCC Graduation Photos. For all of the photos or to save them please visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwscc/sets/72157629639759080/
Archive for May, 2012
Student Services invites all PWSCC students to take the 2012 Student Satisfaction Survey, available at the following link:
The information collected in this survey will help PWSCC improve the programs and services offered to students. The survey is about 50 questions long and should take about 15 minutes to complete. All current students are eligible to take the survey and by completing the survey, you could win a $100 Amazon.com gift card!
Contact Kate Amerell or Ronnie Houchin in Student Services if you have any questions or concerns.
It is a HUGE privilege to announce that Ms. Gail Renardson has been conferred the rank of Professor Emeritus. This is the highest honor that can be achieved by a faculty member, and carries some benefits as well as prestige. In conferring this rank on Prof. Renardson, UAA Chancellor Tom Case wrote the following in the letter to Prof. Renardson:
“This high honor is in recognition of your distinguished career at the University of Alaska. You have served the university long, providing exemplary teaching, research and service. UAA regards you to be among its most valued assets. Accordingly, we invite you and encourage you to continue to contribute to your discipline and to the academy. . . . Warmest congratulations to you on your appointment to Professor Emerita.”
PWSCC is lucky to have found Prof. Renardson in 1980, and even more lucky to have held onto her. Her contributions to PWSCC have been wide and deep, from establishing a chapter of PTK and assisting in the founding of the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, to building a service learning component into her classes and encouraging students to serve their communities. Her contributions to students’ lives are immeasurable, and her collegiality has been noted by all.
Prof. Renardson will continue to serve PWSCC and its students, teaching part time. Fortunately, even though she’s retiring, we’re not losing her completely.
Thank you for your service, Gail – and congratulations!