ANTSHE Conference News
CONGRATULATIONS 2015 ANTSHE Awards & Scholarship Winners!
Wake Technical Community College
Recognized for his contributions to his local non-traditional student organization and for serving as an inspiration to other ANTSHE members.
were recognized for having the most active and vibrant student organization.
Dr. Lori Risley
University of Central Oklahoma
Mohawk Valley Community College
Both were recognized for their dedication and support of nontraditional students throughout the year.
Kennesaw State University, was recognized for her work “behind the scenes”, and for going above and beyond to support nontraditional students.
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ANTSHE Vice President, Todd Powell, Kennesaw State University wins Outstanding Student Learning Program Award from the Georgia College Personnel Association!
Left to right: Administrative Programs/Projects Coordinator Janese Thompson, Coordinator of Academic Support Programs Veronica Jones, Assistant Director R. Todd Powell and Adult Learner Retention Specialist Nicole Simmons
Each year, a college/university is recognized for having the most active and vibrant student organization. Student Recognition Awards are presented to the winning school at the annual ANTSHE National Conference. Nominations are accepted throughout the year for recognition in the next year's conference.