Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Sabbatical Leave Recipients

We are pleased to announce the 13 Valencia employees who have been selected by a group of faculty, administrators and staff as the 2019-2020 sabbatical leave recipients:

  • Stanton Reed, professor, business and accounting, Osceola Campus
  • Steven Cunningham, professor, English for Academic Purposes, Osceola Campus
  • James McDonald, dean, career and technology programs, Osceola Campus
  • Lisa Gray, professor, accounting, Osceola Campus
  • Julie Corderman, director, student services, Winter Park Campus
  • Marcelle Wycha, professor, English, East Campus
  • William Gombash, professor, speech, East Campus
  • Marva Pryor, professor, business, Winter Park Campus
  • Kurt Overhiser, professor, mathematics, East Campus
  • James Adamski, professor, earth science, East Campus
  • Kim Long, professor, speech, East Campus
  • Steve Tullo, counselor, East Campus
  • Richard Sansone, professor, Portuguese, West Campus

Sabbatical leave provides recipients a significant opportunity for new or renewed achievement and growth through activities such as study, research, writing, creative work and travel, so that their teaching and/or professional effectiveness may be enhanced.

For more information about Sabbatical Leave, click here.

For further information or questions, please contact Wendi Dew, assistant vice president, teaching and learning, at wdew@valenciacollege.edu or at 407-299-5000, extension 3841, or Ryan Kane, assistant vice president, organizational development and inclusion, at rkane8@valenciacollege.edu or 407-299-5000, extension 3421.

1 Comment

  • April M. said:

    Congratulations to all! Especially my friends Stanton and Marva!

    -April Montallana
    Dental Hygiene Program, West Campus

    AMWed, 07 Mar 2018 10:16:43 +0000Wed, 07 Mar 2018 10:16:43 +0000am18,10:16 am

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