Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year
Michelle Slattery, Associate Professor, Psychology, and Psychology and Sociology Program Coordinator, has been selected as the 2016 Outstanding Faculty Member.
Michelle has served as a full time faculty member at North Central State College since September of 2008. She has a B.A. from Kenyon College and a M.A. from Pepperdine University. She strives to include innovative techniques in her classroom that have facilitated student learning. She continues to make modifications trying to progress the student application of course content and foster collaborative learning experiences.
Nominator and student comments include: “Michelle is a dedicated educator who puts the needs of her students first in her teaching.”
“Michelle is a champion and advocate of adjunct faculty and has participated in both the selection of and mentoring of adjunct faculty.”
“Keep up your dedication. It shows in your work! Thank you!”
“Very personable and understanding. Goes out of way for her students’ needs.”
Michelle is a member of the team attending the Student Success Leadership Institute, she serves on the eLearning & Innovation Steering Committee, is a member of the Ohio Faculty Senate and has previously served the college and her fellow faculty members as the Faculty Caucus Chair. She belongs to the APA (American Psychological Association); the Society for the Teaching of Psychology; and Psi Beta (secondary faculty advisor).
Faculty Member of the Year
Toni Brown‐Crump, adjunct faculty member in the Sociology department, has been selected as the 2016 Adjunct Faculty Member of the Year.
Toni has served as an adjunct faculty member at North Central State College since 2011. She has an A.A.S. in Criminal Justice from West Virginia University at Parkersburg, a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Sociology from Ohio University. Though Toni doesn’t live in Mansfield, she made herself familiar with opportunities for students within their community, and includes nursing home visits, attendance of public speaking events and cultural arts performances, and more, in her Diversity class.
Nominator and student comments include: “She has led the movement to make education affordable for students taking her classes through the integration of open source”
“She is open minded and respectful of students”
“She is willing to help and answer questions in any way possible.”
“Her assignments were very educational, varied and interesting.”
“Very professional, knowledgeable, and helpful. She's done an excellent job.”
Toni explored on her own until she found a Sociology 1010 textbook that is 100% free to all NCSC students. She found a book that continues to meet standards, is peer reviewed, and goes beyond the
minimum requirements for NCSC learning outcomes and OBR transfer modules for SOCY‐1010.
Toni is a member of the American Sociological Association, the National Association for Professional Women, American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors & Therapists (AASECT), and is clergy registered with the Ohio Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
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