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IRSC Chapter of the Association of Florida Colleges Recognized at Annual Conference

IRSC Chapter of the Association of Florida Colleges Recognized at Annual Conference

November 25, 2019 Robert Lane

Indian River State College (IRSC) earned recognition as the Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) Chapter of the Year and the distinction as AFC Platinum Chapter at the Association’s 70th Annual Meeting and Conference held November 6-8 at Innisbrook, Palm Harbor.

2019 Association of Florida Colleges Annual Conference participants.

Additionally, Dr. Ann Hubbard, Dean of Health Science and AFC Chapter President, was recognized as an AFC Certified College Professional, and Lynne O’Dell, Mathematics and Science Student Success Coordinator, was recognized with the AFC IRSC Chapter Unsung Hero Award for her contributions to the Chapter’s continued success.

IRSC earned 13 prestigious recognitions and awards, and eight employees were elected to statewide leadership positions resulting in IRSC earning the Outstanding Board Member Award for 2019.

2019 IRSC AFC Awards and Recognition

  • AFC Chapter of the Year
  • AFC Platinum Chapter
  • Recognition of IRSC as Aspen Award Winner
  • 2019 Board of Director’s Award
  • AFC LeRoy Collins Distinguished Alumni Award—Lifetime Achievement—CAPT. Malcolm Johns
  • AFC IRSC Chapter Unsung Hero Award—Dr. Lynne O’Dell
  • Certified College Professional (CCP)—Dr. Ann Hubbard
  • First Place, Website—Redesign
  • First Place, Redesign—Bachelor’s Book
  • First Place, Social Media—Paid
  • First Place, Viewbook/Recruitment Piece
  • Second Place, Poster—Study Abroad
  • Third Place, Annual Report—Foundation

Each year, members of the AFC are recognized for their achieved excellence and role in strengthening the Florida College System, which comprises the 28 public community and state colleges in Florida. Today, through the sharing of the talents, time, and energy of 8,500 regular and retired members It has become the most inclusive higher education organization serving any college system in the nation.

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