LSCO Faculty earn credentials
Last updated 11/9/2021 at 7:40pm
ORANGE, TX – Two Lamar State College Orange faculty members earned a teaching excellence credential from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) recently. Jessica Montgomery, an instructor in the nursing program, and George Scarborough, a math professor, both completed the ACUE's program to certify that their teaching skills achieve a level of excellence as determined by its national certification standards.
"Jessica and George are excellent examples of how our Gator faculty members go above and beyond to ensure that our students have the knowledge and skills they need in order to transform their lives. This recognition by the Association of College and University Educators shows how committed Jessica and George are to their craft. We couldn't be prouder of these members of our Gator Family; this recognition is well-deserved," said President Tom Johnson.
Faculty credentialed by the Association of College and University Educators have demonstrated comprehensive knowledge and skills across all of the core teaching competencies defined in ACUE's effective practice framework.
Faculty who satisfy course requirements earn certificates in effective college instruction, awarded in collaboration with the American Council on Education. These credentials distinguish faculty and institutions for their commitment to educational excellence.