ACC director earns PTK Paragon adviser award

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Posted 4/15/19

Shari Culver, director of the Arapahoe Community College Career and Transfer Center, received a Phi Theta Kappa Paragon Award for New Advisors. Culver was one of 15 recipients from more than 1,200 …

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ACC director earns PTK Paragon adviser award

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Shari Culver, director of the Arapahoe Community College Career and Transfer Center, received a Phi Theta Kappa Paragon Award for New Advisors.

Culver was one of 15 recipients from more than 1,200 international chapters of Phi Theta Kappa to earn the annual distinction. The award was presented during the PTK Catalyst international convention April 4-6 in Orlando. Honorees received commemorative medallions and were recognized during the second general session of PTK Catalyst.

“Shari has been a wonderful adviser for ACC's Sigma Phi Chapter, serving as an ally and an advocate for our PTK students,” Dr. Josie Mills, ACC associate vice president for instruction, said in a news release. “She has helped our chapter consistently earn its Five Star status, organized the regional PTK conference held at ACC last fall, and has truly made an outstanding contribution to PTK and to ACC.”

The Paragon Award for New Advisors recognizes advisers who have served for less than four years and have made significant contributions to the growth of the individual chapter members, served as the chapter's advocate on campus, and encouraged the chapter to be involved on the local, regional, and/or international level of the organization. Honorees were nominated by their chapters and selected a panel of international PTK judges.

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