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The winners of the 2006-2007 Elaine Brantley Memorial Award for Community and Civility were honored in the Cowin Center auditorium in October.

The winners of the 2006-2007 Elaine Brantley Memorial Award for Community and Civility - Michelle Hill (center), Academic Secretary for the Curriculum and Teaching Department; Clarence Houston (left), Superintendent in the Department of Facilities; and Rocky Schwarz (right), Manager of Document Services - were honored in the Cowin Center auditorium in October. The Brantley Award recognizes Teachers College employees who, by virtue of their daily efforts and beyond the expectations of their position, promote a sense of community and a culture of civility at the College. The award, given annually, now includes a $400 stipend.

Published Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2006

Model Citizens

The winners of the 2006-2007 Elaine Brantley Memorial Award for Community and Civility - Michelle Hill (center), Academic Secretary for the Curriculum and Teaching Department; Clarence Houston (left), Superintendent in the Department of Facilities; and Rocky Schwarz (right), Manager of Document Services - were honored in the Cowin Center auditorium in October. The Brantley Award recognizes Teachers College employees who, by virtue of their daily efforts and beyond the expectations of their position, promote a sense of community and a culture of civility at the College. The award, given annually, now includes a $400 stipend.

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