Friday, May 24, 2019

Congrats to AASE Award Winners!

AASE is an outstanding organization, and I love that we are honoring colleagues doing great work around the country.  The awards committee did an outstanding job choosing the recipients this year, and Jamie Kleppetsch did a great job presenting the awards.  I want her to introduce me any time I am in front of a crowd in the future.  Below are this year's recipients.  If you haven't, send them a quick congratulations for the work they have done

 

AASE ASP Inspiration Award to Amy Jarmon

The Association of Academic Support Educators bestows the AASE ASP Inspiration Award upon Amy Jarmon in recognition of her significant contributions to ASP throughout her career, particularly her promotion of the field of ASP and her mentorship of her ASP colleagues.

 

 

AASE Enhancements in ASP Award to Herb Ramy 

The Association of Academic Support Educators bestows the AASE Enhancements in ASP Award upon Herb Ramy in recognition of his support to the field of ASP through his publications and presentations, his support of his ASP colleagues, and his leadership which empowered change in ASP employment status.

 

 

AASE Spirit of ASP Award to Jendayi Saada 

The Association of Academic Support Educators bestows the AASE Spirit of ASP Award upon Jendayi Saada in recognition of  her promotion of diversity in the ASP field and in the legal field, her mentorship of her colleagues, and her work to educate law school leaders about best practices for academic support and bar preparation.

 

 

AASE Guiding Light Award to Shane Dizon

The Association of Academic Support Educators bestows the AASE Guiding Light Award upon Shane Dizon in recognition of the knowledge and experience he brings to new colleagues in a supportive, transparent, and intelligent way. 

 

 

AASE ASP Innovator Award to Raul Ruiz

The Association of Academic Support Educators bestows the AASE ASP Innovator Award upon Raul Ruiz in recognition of his creation of a sophisticated data system that identifies and pinpoints students for additional support, which he has shared with the ASP community and uses to improve mentorship of students as they prepare for the bar exam.

 

 

AASE Order of Distinction to Kent Lollis

The Association of Academic Support Educators bestows the AASE Order of Distinction upon Kent Lollis in recognition of his role as one of the founding architects of ASP.

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