Gary receives 2014 College-Level Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching

August 28, 2014
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“As a graduate of Texas A&M, I am truly honored,” Gary said

Jodie Gary, PhD, RN, assistant professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing, recently received the 2014 College-Level Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching.

This award is to recognize, encourage, and reward superior classroom teachers –those individuals who have command of their respective discipline, teaching methodologies, pervasive caring, communication skills, and commitment to the learning process.

Recipients of the award exemplify the meaning of teacher/mentor in its highest sense and receive a $2,000 gift and a framed certificate.

“As a graduate of Texas A&M, I am truly honored,” Gary said. “I have looked at the list of past recipients and am proud and privileged to be among this list.”

“Her enthusiasm and willingness to teach students in concrete and meaningful ways has helped nursing graduates successfully navigate their own professional course,” said College of Nursing Dean Sharon Wilkerson, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF. “We all benefit from the investment she has made in our students.”

— Katherine Hancock

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