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BayCare Clinic Faculty of the Year Award presented to three NWTC instructors

Author: Kara Leiterman

Thursday August 25, 2016
Three Northeast Wisconsin Technical College instructors have been chosen for the BayCare Clinic Faculty of the Year Award.
 
Dental Hygiene Program Director/ Instructor Sheila Gross-Rogers, Physical Therapist Assistant Program Director/ Instructor Leah Smejkal and Radiography Program Director/ Instructor Don Borst were selected by the BayCare Clinic Foundation’s board based on their commitment to student success, instructional innovation, individual achievement and teamwork, and dedication to the health profession.
 
The BayCare Clinic Faculty of the Year Award seeks to advance professional development opportunities for outstanding health care professionals. Each of the recipients will be given up to $2,000 to attend a national health conference specific to their profession.
 
The faculty awards are part of a larger BayCare Clinic Foundation pledge to contribute $50,000 to the NWTC Educational Foundation over five years. In addition to the Faculty of the Year awards, funds will be used to support additional NWTC nursing and allied health professional development projects.
BayCare Clinic Faculty of the Year Award winners

Pictured from left are: Dr. Joseph Hodgson, BayCare Clinic Foundation, award winner Don Borst, Health Sciences and Education Dean Kay Tapala, award winner Leah Smejkal and award winner Sheila Gross-Rogers.
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