Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges
Conference -- October 14, 2016 -- Save
Join us at
Rhodes State College on October
14, 2016 when we discuss "Creating in the Classroom." Creativity
and active learning can transform the classroom experience from dull to
stimulating. Plan to share your classroom transformation
strategies at the conference. We are accepting conference
proposals now through through March 31, 2016. Accepted presenters
will be notified April 15, 2016. For proposal questions, please
contact Nora Beerline.
Thank you for nominating outstanding faculty colleagues for our
2015 teaching awards. This year's winners are Janet Marshall from
Miami University Middletown for the full-time award and Erika Jefferson
from Cuyahoga Community College for the adjunct award.
Congratulations to both winners!
Here is the complete
list of the nominees for this year's teaching awards--45 nominees in
all, our largest list of teaching award nominees in conference history!
Next year's call for nominations for
Teacher-of-the-Year goes out in February 2016.
This $1,500 award is
given to the teacher who best enhances teaching and learning in the
classroom. Congratulations to
Regan Silvestri of Lorain County Community College, our 2015 Teaching
Grant award winner! Next year's Teaching Grant application
opens in February 2016. For questions, please contact
well to Jamie Shuster of Eastern Gateway Community College, the winner of the
2014 Teaching Grant.
Davis-Zimmerman Student Scholarship
This award is
given out annually to a student from the conference host college.
The award is named in recognition of two long-serving Board members,
Kent Zimmerman and Dr. Russ Davis, III. Zane State recognized
three outstanding student
scholarship winners at the 2015 conference.
The OATYC annually publishes a refereed
submitting your research and/or conference paper to our refereed
journal. Submissions are accepted year-round, and proposals are
blind reviewed for acceptance. Please contact
Kelly Webb for more information.
Information for trustees of Ohio's two-year colleges is provided by
the Ohio Association of Community
which was founded in 1993 as a forum for sound trustee training,
communication, and trustee-president cooperation.
The Ohio Faculty Senate of
Community and Technical Colleges, established in 1995, is made up of
representatives chosen by the faculty from each two-year college in
Ohio. The OFSCTC, which meets four times annually in the
offices of the Regents, provides the voice and perspective of the
two-year faculty to the Chancellor and Regents on the relevant issues
facing higher education.
The American Association of
Community Colleges is the primary national advocacy organization for
community colleges, with the mission of "building a nation of learners."