Two Professors Receive Prestigious Awards

Jane Weber, professor of education at Camden County College, received the 2011 Community College Counselor Award from the Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society. Professor Weber was honored for representing the mission and ideals of the honor society and for her dedication and excellence in guiding students as they pursue studies and careers in the field of education.

Dr. Weber is a graduate of Gettysburg College. She earned a master’s degree from Rowan University and a doctorate from Widener University.

Mary Ann Samyn, the Bolton Professor of Teaching and Mentoring at West Virginia University, is the recipient of the Caperton Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Writing. The award is named after the former governor of West Virginia, Gaston Caperton, who is now president of The College Board.

Professor Samyn is a graduate of Oakland University. She holds a master’s degree from Ohio University and a master of fine arts degree from the University of Virginia.

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