Dayton resident Charlotte Webb, far left, recently received the Chattanooga State Excellence Award. Pictured are the 2012-2013 honorees, from left to right, Webb, Karen Eastman, Laura Young, Shawn Brabham, Vivian Sands and Bob Hawfield.
Friday, May 17, 2013
(Last modified: 2013-05-17 14:50:48)
Source: The Herald-News
Chattanooga State Community College has bestowed the highest honor given to Chattanooga State employees upon four faculty members and two staff members. Award winners are nominated and selected by their peers in the support staff association, the professional staff association, and the faculty senate. The 2012-2013 recipients of the Excellence Awards are Shawn Brabham, Karen Eastman, Charlotte Webb, Bob Hawfield, Vivian Sands and Laura Young. The Chattanooga State Foundation sponsors the annual Excellence Awards and presents each of the recipients with $500.
Charlotte Webb was recognized for Teaching Excellence in Technology. She says, “I like knowing I have a part in the education of future quality registered nurses.”
Webb is an assistant professor of nursing, who earned a master of science in nursing: family practice in 2009 from Southern Adventist University. She is an American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) board certified practitioner, who joined Chattanooga State’s faculty four and a half years ago. Webb is married to DeWayne Webb and they have four sons, Joshua, Jonesboro, Tenn.; Andrew and his wife, Nicole, live in Johnson City, Tenn.; Nathan and Stephen both live in Dayton. She attends the Soddy-Daisy campus of Stuart Heights Baptist Church.
In addition to the monetary reward from the Chattanooga State Foundation, all of the Excellence Award winners attended the League of Innovation Conference held in Dallas, Texas, in March 2013.
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