Faculty and Staff Members Receive Outstanding Student Awards

Two members of the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton faculty and staff received awards for outstanding academic achievements recently. 
Danny Gifford, Air Conditioning,
 Heating, and Refrigeration
Technology instructor at UACCM,
receives the “Outstanding Senior
2006-2007” award from the UALR
Donaghey College of Information
 Science and Systems Engineering
 in the department of Engineering
Technology.
Danny Gifford, Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology instructor at UACCM, received the “Outstanding Senior 2006-2007” award from the UALR Donaghey College of Information Science and Systems Engineering in the department of Engineering Technology. Gifford is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in electronics and computer engineering technology at UALR.

Gifford has been employed by UACCM since 1997, and he resides in Springfield. 
Clara Paquette, Assessment and Retention Coordinator at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton, has been selected as the Outstanding Master’s Student in Adult Education from the Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. The award was presented to Paquette during the 2007 Honors Convocation held recently at the University of Arkansas Center for Continuing Education in recognition of her hard work and commitment to academic excellence. Paquette received her master’s degree in May during the UA-Fayetteville College of Education and Health Professions commencement exercises.
Paquette has been employed by UACCM since 1998, and she resides in Oppelo.  
Clara Paquette (center), Assessment
and Retention Coordinator at
UACCM, is presented the award for
Outstanding Master’s Student by
Reed Greenwood (right), Dean of the
 College of Education and Health
Professions at the University of
 Arkansas at Fayetteville. Also
pictured is Dr. Bobbi Biggs, who
 served as Paquette’s advisor.
UA-Fayetteville offers both bachelor's and master's degree programs to people in the community via distance learning courses. The UA-F bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Development is available through a hybrid distance learning program of Friday evening video courses on the UACCM campus and online courses. The master’s degree is offered online. Students may come to the UACCM campus to take their exams in both programs.

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