Lone Star College–CyFair Vice President Earns Prestigious Phi Theta Kappa Honor
Dr. Earl Campa receives Administrator Award of Distinction
Lone Star College–CyFair’s Vice President for Student Success Dr. Earl Campa recently received the prestigious Administrator Award of Distinction at the Phi Theta Kappa 89th Annual International Convention in Tennessee.
The Administrator Award of Distinction, which honors community college vice presidents, deans or leaders who promote the Phi Theta Kappa goals through their support, is a new award and Dr. Campa is one of 13 nationwide to receive this inaugural honor.
Dr. Campa was honored with this award for his outstanding support of Phi Theta Kappa and in particular, support of the Lone Star College–CyFair’s Beta Lambda Mu Chapter, which also received numerous Hallmark and chapter honors in Tennessee.
Chapter support includes nominating students for scholarship programs, speaking at chapter ceremonies and encouraging funding for chapter advisors and members participation in Phi Theta Kappa meetings and programs.
Dr. Christal Albrecht Elected to National Council for Workforce Education
She will serve to promote excellence and growth in workforce education
Lone Star College–CyFair’s Vice President for Student Learning Dr. Christal Albrecht will now serve on the National Council for Workforce Education Board.
This private, nonprofit, professional organization is committed to promoting excellence and growth in workforce education at the post secondary level.
“At Lone Star College–CyFair, our rich curriculum and interactive learning environment totally engages and energizes students, maximizing opportunities and preparing them for today’s workplace,” said Albrecht. “Serving on the NCWE board, I will be able to help employers and the community use community and technical colleges as effective educational resources in workforce and economic development. As a board member I will also be involved in policymaking, communication, collaboration, professional development and research.”
According to their web site, NCWE, an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), provides a national forum for administrators and faculty in occupational, vocational, technical, and career education. NCWE also provides representatives of business, labor, military, and government, to affect and direct the future role of two-year and other post-secondary institutions in work-related education.