Stevenson, Gore among ICC honorees

The recipients of Itawamba Community College’s most prestigious faculty and staff honor, the Meritorious awards, for 2017-18 include from left, Jeff Roberts of Blue Springs, PC and Networking technician, Support Staff Member of the Year; Billy Carson of Saltillo, director of the Hospitality Management program, Faculty Member of the Year; Tilda Bouchillon of Fulton, administrative assistant to the executive director of Community Relations, Support Staff of the Year; Janet Armour of Fulton, director of Learning Resources, Administrative Professional Staff of the Year; Calhoun County native Jessi Parker Stevenson of Unity, speech instructor, Faculty Member of the Year; Chris Stevenson of Unity, Social Science division chair and history instructor, John and Beth Cleveland Excellence in Education Outstanding Faculty Member and Faculty Member of the Year; and Calhoun County native Adam Gore of Fulton, director of sports information and media relations, Administrative Professional Staff of the Year. All full-time employees serving a minimum of three years at ICC were eligible to win the awards. Criteria for selection included outstanding job performance, teaching, coaching, guidance and service; unselfish dedication to students and the College; and outstanding leadership at the College, community involvement and/or professional organizations.