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Bikini Body?
Are you looking to slim down before the really warm weather hits? You're in luck! The Fitness Center is open Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. If you have any questions contact Coach Carly Pearce at ext. 15869.

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Coffee Break is a newsletter distributed to Averett faculty and staff to keep them up to date on campus activities and information.

Please send information you would like included in Coffee Break, via e-mail to ecropp@averett.edu June 1 for a June 8 publication.
 




A Job Well Done
It's always nice to be recognized for a job well done. Of course most of us don't seek praise as we go about our day-to-day business. That doesn't mean we don't appreciate it when it does happen. Ginger Henderson was recently recognized for her work with the IDA Team.
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Athletes in the Making
Looking for a sports camp for your little slugger or digger? Look no further! Averett's coaches are hosting a variety of camps this summer beginning in June.
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From Urban Planning and Revitalization to Making a Difference in the Classroom
After taking several classes in urban revitalization, KaShauna Spratley, '11, knew she wanted a career where she could give back to the community. She decided to become a teacher.
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NKOTB
Metta
Dr. Metta Alsobrook, the new director of institutional research and effectiveness, joined the University May 9. Prior to coming to Averett she worked at the University of Texas at Dallas. Welcome Metta!

 

 




"Have you ever Heard of Plato, Aristotle, Socrates? Morons"

Several faculty and staff members have proven their mental metal by earning degrees.

  • Earning their bachelor degrees from Averett: Kismye Elder, Feleta Morton and Joanne Francisco
  • Earning their master of business degrees from Averett: Nick Sturdifen and Faye Dix
    Earning a master's degree in international relations from Troy State University: Janet Schwalenberg
  • Earning a second master's degree, this one in operations research, from North Carolina State University: Susan Osborne
  • Earning a doctor of education degree in higher education administration from George Washington University: Mary Vanderlinden
  • Earning a doctor of philosophy degree in public administration from Virginia Commonwealth University: Pam Taylor

Congratulations everyone and well done!


Cuz We're Movin' on Up
During Commencement April 30 announcements regarding faculty tenure and promotions in rank were made. Faculty who received tenure include Dr. Lyle Cady, Penny Sornberger, Dr. Gene Steadman and Dr. Jane Wiseman. Faculty who were promoted include Dr. Deb Demarey to associate professor of biology; Dr. Bill Trimyer to professor of religion; Wiseman to associate professor of English. Dr. Ann Garbett, retired English professor was named faculty emerita. Congratulations!


Financial Aid Promotions
Several people on the Student Financial Services Team have been promoted. Congratulations!

Randy

Randy Thornton has been promoted to assistant director of financial aid for traditional programs.

 

 

 

 

 

Faye

Faye Brandon has been promoted to assistant director of financial aid for Adult Professional Programs.

 

 

 

 

 

Marty

Marty Jackson is now serving as the financial aid counselor for all currently enrolled traditional students.


 

 

 

 

Sims and Jernigan Speak at Luncheon
Bob Sims and Mike Jernigan spoke at the Innsbrook Business Alliance's Lunch & Learn seminar Tuesday, May 10. Their discussion looked at good - and not so good - work principles for business managers and leaders and identified new skills for handling workplace problems. Sims is director of faculty services for Adult Professional and Jernigan is an associate professor of business administration.

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KDP Donates Books to Boys & Girls Club
Last month, the Alpha Zeta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), Averett's International Honor Society in Education, donated books to the Boys and Girls Club of Danville as part of its Literacy Alive Project, which it conducts throughout the year. They also donated books to the Women's Shelter in Caswell County, N.C. in October 2010.

 

Sports Arts Activities
May 30, Memorial Day (University Closed)

June 6, Summer Session II Begins