Dwayne Todd, associate vice president for Student Affairs and dean of students, has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to higher education by one of the premier national associations in the field of student affairs.
The ACPA Foundation, an association of college educators, included Todd among its 2011 Diamond Honorees. He and 16 others will be recognized for outstanding and sustained contributions to higher education and to student affairs at the 2011 ACPA convention in Baltimore, MD.
The Diamond Honoree program, established by the foundation in 1999, is both a recognition program and a fundraiser in support of professional career development. For more information or to make a contribution in honor a member of this year’s class visit ACPAFoundation.org.
To learn more about Todd’s role at the college go to the Senior Staff page at www.ccad.edu.
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