Case, Silverii named PTK Faculty Scholars

PTK Faculty ScholarsAmy Case and Glenda Silverii have been selected as Co-Lin’s Phi Theta Kappa 2017-2018 Faculty Scholars. Since 1996, Co-Lin’s Eta Omega Chapter has honored instructors who share their knowledge and themselves with students inspiring them to set high goals and to be the very best that they can be.

Case has been a member of the Co-Lin faculty since 2002 and currently serves as a humanities instructor and director of the Writing Center on the college’s Wesson Campus. She attended Co-Lin and is a graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi. During her time at Co-Lin, Case has been honored at the Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration as a William Winter Scholar and received Outstanding Instructor of the Year in 2015.

Silverii has been a member of the Co-Lin faculty since 2004 and currently serves as a humanities instructor and QEP Director. She is a graduate of Co-Lin, The University of Southern Mississippi, and Mississippi College. During her time at Co-Lin, Silverii has been named Outstanding Instructor of the Year and the recipient of the Howell C. Garner High Performance Award.

The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students by providing an opportunity for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, a fellowship for scholars and continued academic excellence.

Past recipients include Dr. Donnie Lawson, the late Dr. Phyllis Lanier, Dr. Durr Walker, Shelly Curtis, Dr. Roy Daughdrill, Carol Royals, Jane Smith, Danny Harrell, Debbie Bush, Janice Fortenberry, Tom Ross, Natalie Davis, David Higgs, Nicole Donald, Brenda Smith, Dr. Shelley Smith, Pam Reid, Dr. Stephanie Duguid, Anita Cliburn, Eddie Britt, and Juanita Proffitt.

CUTLINE: Glenda Silverri (left) and Amy Case (center) receive the Eta Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa’s 2017-2018 Faculty Scholar Awards from Eta Omega Chapter President Rainee Luper of Lincoln County. Awards are presented annually during Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s fall faculty meetings.

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