Posted on June 2nd, 2016 by Travis Dix

student spotlight

Averett University Intercollegiate Dressage Team named 2016 National Reserve Champions
Danville Register & Bee

Averett Graduation set for Saturday
Danville Register & Bee

‘Tell the Truth;’ Averett Grads Learn at Ceremony
Danville Register & Bee

AU Second at IDA Championships; Henderson Receives Hall Induction
Chatham Star-Tribune

261 Graduates Cross Stage at Averett
Chatham Star-Tribune

Averett University Honors top Faculty, Staff Members
Danville Register & Bee

Alumni Links

Consulting Firm Opens Doors for Growth in Southside
Chatham Star-Tribune

Charlottesville ‘in for a treat’ with Incoming Police Chief
Daily Progress

Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County Names New Executive Director
Camel City Dispatch

Halcyon Nesting in Former Magpie Spot
Richmond Biz Sense

Jason Chandler Named Dinwiddie Middle School Principal
The Progress-Index


Brenner Publishes Paper

Dr. Aimee M. Brenner, assistant professor of education, published a paper in TechTrends, a publication of the Association of Educational Communications & Technology (AECT). The paper was entitled, “Investigating Practices in Teacher Education that Promote and Inhibit Technology Integration Transfer in Early Career Teachers.”

The paper was coauthored with Dr. Jennifer M. Brill, associate professor and program leader for the instructional design & technology (IDT) program at Virginia Tech. It was based on research Brenner conducted with Brill for her dissertation study while pursuing her Ph.D. at Virginia Tech.

Mehalko Graduates Leadership Southside

Dana Mehalko, associate director of institutional research, graduated from Leadership Southside XXI on May 9. She and 17 others from the city of Danville and Pittsylvania County attended monthly leadership seminars from September 2015 to April 2016.

Belko Serves as Panelist at ODU Workshop

Brigid Belko, Averett’s director of experiential learning, served as a panelist at the Building University-Community Partnerships for Resilience Workshop on May 20 at the ODU Peninsula Higher Education Center. During the “Service-Learning & University-Community Engagement Panel Discussion,” Brigid and an ODU colleague connected faculty members from across Virginia directly with partners at the conference, and coached them on their service-learning collaboration.