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ICC recognizes outstanding service to faculty and staff

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Kara Wheeler, Associate Dean of Online and Technical Programs Kara Wheeler, Associate Dean of Online and Technical Programs
Brian Southworth, Math Instructor at ICC Brian Southworth, Math Instructor at ICC
INDEPENDENCE, KANSAS -

Independence Community College (ICC) closed out its academic year with the annual faculty and staff appreciation luncheon at their west campus.

Dr. Ann Dutton, director of the veterinary technician program, was awarded the Spirit Award for her distinguished community service and involvement.

The Cornerstone Award which recognizes the work of a committee or group on camps was awarded to the Staff of the West campus.

Kara Wheeler, associate dean of online learning and technical programs, was awarded the Master Staffer Award.

“Kara is the epitome of character and strength,” said Dr. Dan Barwick, college president. “Her tireless work ethic is reflected in the many improvements to our technical and distance learning programs.”

Brian Southworth, president of the faculty association and math instructor, was awarded the annual Master Teacher Award.

“Brian has a positive outlook on most items and has proven himself as a leader,” said John Eubanks, vice president of the ICC faculty association. “He is dedicated to continually improving ICC and the experiences that students have while attending.”

Additionally, the following faculty and staff members were recognized for their years of service at ICC:

Melissa Ashford, Dan Barwick, Linda Benning, Harty Blackert, Chris McDiarmid, Blain Mamiya, and Beau Schultz were recognized for five years of service at the college. Jim Correll, Debbie Phelps, Brenda Sanchez, and Tony Turner were honored for 10 years of service at ICC. John Eubanks and Beverly Harris were recognized for 15 years of service, while Sonja Conley was celebrated for her 25 years of service

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