Six receive November Good to Great awards
Written by TechPurdue // November 8, 2011 // Alumni & Friends, Aviation Technology, Building Construction Management, Business & Industry, Computer and Information Technology, Computer Graphics Technology, Current Students, Faculty & Staff, TechBytes, Technology Leadership and Innovation // No comments
Six College of Technology faculty and staff were recognized by Dean Gary Bertoline Nov. 4 as the most recent recipients of the Good to Great award.
- The four professors leading the successful implementation of the new core curriculum, including TECH 12000 (Technology and the Individual): Pat Connolly, professor of computer graphics technology; Matt Stephens, professor in the Department of Technology Leadership & Innovation; Donald Petrin, associate professor of aviation technology; and Dawn Laux, clinical assistant professor of computer and information technology.
- Mark Shaurette, assistant professor of building construction management, for his leadership during the process of garnering state approval for the department-level master’s degree in building construction management.
- Mike Suckow, clinical associate professor of aviation technology, for his work in securing a new fleet of aircraft for the professional flight program.
Recipients of the Good to Great Award are involved with endeavors that improve the college’s public image, show a commitment to excellence and demonstrate impact.
(Photo: Mark Shaurette, Mike Suckow, Dean Gary Bertoline, Pat Connolly and Matt Stephens. Not pictured: Dawn Laux and Donald Petrin.)