Cerro Coso Community College

Adjunct Milestones Celebrated

Adjunct Psychology Instructor Christina Christenson-Rockwell receives her longevity pin and certificate from CCCC President Jill Board.

The successful growth of Cerro Coso is the direct result of our valued employees. Their dedication and commitment serves as a vital link in the chain that drives what we do in education. In recognition of that commitment, the college celebrated adjunct faculty longevity during spring faculty flex training on Friday, January 11.

The significant accomplishments of the following adjunct faculty careers at the Cerro Coso were celebrated:

  • 10 semesters – Christina Christenson-Rockwell;
  • 20 Semesters – Jorge Martin, Deborah Lurie, Joy Donoho, and Christopher Harper;
  • 30 semesters – Linda Middleton and Anthony Damiano.

Those present received a longevity pin and certificate as a symbol of the college’s appreciation for their dedication and loyalty.

“People are and always will be our greatest asset,” said President Jill Board. “You are all important members of our team and your abilities and contributions will be an important part of our continued success.”

Phot Caption: Adjunct Psychology Instructor Christina Christenson-Rockwell receives her longevity pin and certificate from CCCC President Jill Board.

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