Claire Dyal, of Albany, has been named the 2013 New Century Scholar for Georgia. Dyal will graduate this Friday, May 3, with an Associate of Science degree in psychology.
Dyal is one of 52 to receive this honor. One student from each of the 50 states was selected, as well as one from Canada and the Federated State of Micronesia. Dyal received a $2,000 scholarship and a plaque, which was presented to her at the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Convention held in San Francisco, CA last month.
Another Darton State faculty member shines again. Dr. Kerri Newton, PT, DPT, was recently awarded the Outstanding Technical Teacher Award by the American Technical Education Association (ATEA) at the 50th National Conference held in Chattanooga, TN. Dr. Newton, associate professor and director of the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Darton.
Ed Fox, of Plant Operations, was recently awarded the Staff Peer Recognition Award at this fall's staff development days.
Fox is a skilled trades worker and has been with Darton State College for 20 years.
Darton State College student Heather Herbert, of Cumming, was awarded first place in the non-fiction category of the 2012 Porter Fleming Literary Competition.
Herbert's award-winning submission, "Bloodline," details a life-threatening situation she experienced while giving birth to her daughter, and the efforts the doctors went through to save her life.
Darton First-Baseman Casey James Earns Golden Glove
Darton State College freshman Casey James entered the 2012 Cavalier baseball season as a capable walk-on and became the best first-baseman in the National Junior College Athletic Association.
Darton's Joe Sakulpolphaisan Ranked #1 Golfer in NJCAA
Its been two years since sophomore Chanat Sakulpolphaisan traveled all the way from Chon Buri, Thailand, to attend Darton College and play golf. Joe, as he is known by his teammates and fellow students, is currently ranked number one in the NJCAA.
Macht Takes Home Gold At National Championship
Freshman student-athlete Anna Macht just upped the bar for an already successful Darton College swimming program, leaving ten school records in her wake as she swam into All-America status and a national title at the 2012 NJCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Ft. Pierce, Fla.
Would you and your friends enjoy skiing down the slopes? Are you interested in learning more about fly fishing? You can do this and much more by taking B-Term PE classes at Darton.
B-Term classes are accelerated classes that last eight weeks, starting Oct. 13 and ending Dec. 7. This eight-week fall term offers several exciting PE classes, including CPR, snow skiing, self defense, survival skills, walking, beginning paddling, intro to fly fishing, and hunter safety.
The Darton College Foundation is selling chances to win a diamond ring.
The Foundation is selling chances at $50 per ticket for a three-stone 1.67 carat diamond ring valued at $2,600. Only 100 chances will be sold. The drawing will be held September 9th at 4 pm at the Bookstore ground breaking, with proceeds going toward student scholarships.
The ring was donated by Leesburg Pawnbrokers, North Slappey Pawn, and Dawson Road Pawn Shop.
Call (229) 317-6595 to purchase your chance.
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Instructional Technology Certificate Program
Darton College is offering a new online Instructional Technology Certificate Program. It is designed to provide in-service instructors with the knowledge and hands-on practice needed to succeed in developing and facilitating online courses. It begins this summer, and enrollment is open to in-service teachers and faculty.