CRYSTAL LAKE – Four McHenry County College employees received an Award of Excellence at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development International Conference.
Cynthia Van Sickle of McHenry, department chair and English instructor; Judi Cameron of Wonder Lake, department chair and anthropology instructor; Matt Irie of Elk Grove Village, art instructor; and Cheryl Galizia of Cary, administrative assistant to the executive dean of Humanities & Social Sciences, were selected by the MCC administration to receive the teaching excellence awards from NISOD. They received their awards at NISOD’s annual Teaching and Leadership Conference in Austin, Texas.
This is the seventh year in a row that MCC faculty received this award and they were among more than 1,000 recipients. NISOD is headquartered at the University of Texas at Austin.
“These faculty members and administrative assistant were given this award because they exemplify the high quality and innovative spirit recognized by NISOD,” said Tony Miksa, vice president of Academic and Student Affairs.