Beverly Blevins taught developmental writing at MCC and was a dedicated teacher who was very committed to her students. Her life and career at MCC were cut short by cancer, and this award is given in her memory.
(First) Ann Murphy
(Second) Artwan Campbell
(First) Allisha Tobias
(Second) Ellie Warner
(Third—tie) Victoria Marshall and Scott Seeback
Anna Bradley enjoyed a long, successful career at MCC and retired as one of the most respected faculty members ever to teach at the college. This award is presented in her honor.
(First) Christina McCollum
(Second) Sarah Johnson
(Third—tie) Ty’Teana Thomas and Adam McArthur
(First) Brandon Zender
(Second) Cassaundra Wallington
Sharon Naughton taught at MCC for more than 30 years, was coordinator of Developmental English, and was a superb, well-loved teacher. She retired in December 1998, and this award is given in recognition of her huge contribution to the college and her students.
(First—tie) Brian Selkirk and Jordan Morrow
The winner of this award has exhibited such strengths as positive spirit and attitude, strong work ethic, helpfulness to others, creative facility of self-expression and writing skill, contributions to an outstanding classroom environment, and ability to more than meet life’s challenges. These qualities were exemplified in beloved MCC teacher, poet, and artist, Joseph Bommarito , in whose name this honor is awarded.