PDCCC administrators named to Community College System Hall of Fame
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 18, 2003
Two Paul D. Camp Community College administrators have been named to the Virginia Community College System Hall of Fame.
Dr. Patsy R. Joyner, vice president for Institutional Advance-ment and Christopher Smith were among 46 people named to the charter class VCCS Hall of Fame and their biographies and photos were printed in the publication, Outstanding Alumni: Hall of Fame from Virginia’s community colleges that was released at the State Board for Community Colleges meeting on May 22 at the Manassas campus of Northern Virginia Community College.
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An idea conceptualized by State Board Chairman Mary Louise Jackson, the Hall of Fame was established to recognize and honor Virginia Community College graduates who have distinguished themselves by showing service to their communities and institutions.
&uot;Virginia’s community colleges have many graduate of which to be proud,&uot; said Jackson. The Hall of Fame is a great way for us to showcase as well as honor the great alumni who are an every day testament to the good work for Virginia 23 community colleges.&uot;
New alumni will be inducted to the Hall of Fame on a biennial basis. A copy of the publication can be found at www.vccs.edu.