Spartanburg Community College recently honored employees and retirees for years of service to South Carolina and the College, as well as individuals who have been selected for special honors by their peers and students.
"Each year the College recognizes outstanding individuals who uphold the College's mission and values in all that they do in and out of the classroom," said Henry C. Giles, Jr., SCC president. "As one of our most important recourses, these individuals have devoted countless hours and years to the service of our students, and for that we are grateful."
Employees honored for their years of services to the Palmetto State and SCC include the following:
10 years of service
20 years of service
30 years of service
Each year SCC students, faculty and staff persons select four colleagues who provide outstanding service based on their quality of instruction, student instructor relationships, and professional college and community support. The 2016 winners include the following:
SCC 2016 Recognition Awards
Faculty of the Year-Student Award
Faculty of the Year-Peer Award
Adjunct Faculty of the Year Award
Staff of the Year Award
Two faculty members were recognized for serving as advisors of SCC's Beta Sigma Psi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society, an international honor society offering students scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship opportunities to its more than 2.5 million members world-wide.
Phi Theta Kappa Advisor Recognition
Three SCC exemplary faculty and staff members who were named 2016 South Carolina Technical Education Association (SCTEA) award winners were also recognized. Each year, SCC's faculty and staff submit nominations for colleagues who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence and dedication to the College. This year's recipients include:
SCTEA Recognition Awards
Administrator of the Year
Staff of the Year
Faculty of the Year