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2010 Award Winner

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The 2010 NCLR Administrative Leadership Award winner was announced by Alice Lubrecht, chair of NCLR and Director of the State Library of Pennsylvania on April 18, 2010. Dr. Gregory S. Powell, President of Panola College, was selected as the 2010 recipient. NCLR presents the award each year to one community college administrator in the nation whose efforts have resulted in significant support for a learning resources program.

Previous Winners

2011-13

     

No award given

2010

     

Dr. Gregory S. Powell, President of Panola College

2009

     

Dr. Dennis Bona, Vice President for Instruction at Kellogg Community College

2008

     

Dr. Ronald Drayton, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Midlands Technical College, Columbia, SC

2007

     

Dr. Herlinda Glasscock, President of North Lake College, part of the Dallas County Community College District, in Irving, Texas

2006

     

Dr. Vernon O. Crawley, President of Moraine Valley Community College

2005

     

No award given

2004

     

Dr. Stephen Mittelstet, Richland College

2003

     

Dr. Hans Andrews, President (retired), Olney Central College

2002

     

Nancy DeSombre, President, Harold Washington College, Chicago

2000

     

Judy Jobe, Elgin Community College

1998

     

The late Larry E. Tarrer, Spokane Community College, Spokane, WA

1996

     

Dr. Barbara Echord

1995

     

Dr. Johnas Hockaday

1994

     

Dr. Arnold Oliver

NCLR Administrative
Leadership Award


The Scholarship/Award Committee of the National Council for Learning Resources seeks annual nominations for the NCLR Administrative Leadership Award. This award, which began in 1994, honors a community college administrator whose efforts have resulted in significant support for a learning resources program.

Presentation of the NCLR Administrative Leadership Award has become a highlight of the annual convention of the American Association of Community Colleges. The recipient receives a commemorative award and a $500 scholarship for his/her institution.

Information about how to make nominations for the 2014 award will appear here when it becomes available.

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