Skyline Shines Awards

Skyline Shines Awards 2014

Awards Criteria and Deadline

Purpose of the award:

The purpose of the awards is to recognize individuals or groups who help Skyline  College to shine in terms of its quality of programs and services and its reputation for quality. Two awards will be made annually, one to a member or group of Skyline College employees and one to a member or group from the community.

2013

 
College Winner Community Winner

Professor Dennis Wolbers
Skyline College Library

 

Susan Brissenden-Smith
Skyline College President's Council

 

2012

 
College Winner Community Winner
Center for International Trade Development

Center for International Trade Development

Career Ladders Project 

Career Ladders Project

 

2011

 
College Winner Community Winner
Pat Deamer

Pat Deamer
Professor of Mathematics

Cherie Napier 

Cherie Napier,
Chair of Skyline College
President's Council



2010

 
College Winner Community Winner
KarenWong & Victoria Morrow Lorne Needle

Karen Wong
Professor of English

SparkPoint Team
Lorne Needle, Deputy Chief Community
Investment Officer at United Way of Bay Area



2009

 
College Winner Community Winner

College Winner Nomicos

Dino Nomicos,
Skyline College Men's Baseball Coach

Community Winner Skyline Council

President's Council



2008

 
College Winner Community Winner

Tiffany Reardon

Tiffany Reardon,
MESA Program Director

Geraldine O'Connor - Genetech

Geraldine O'Connor
accepts award for Genetech



2007

 
College Winner Community Winner
Phyllis Taylor Greg Cochran

Phyllis Taylor
Professor of Speech

Greg Cochran



2006

 
College Winner Community Winner

Expanding Your Horizons

Expanding Your Horizons Conference (EYH)
Omer Thompson, Professor of Telecommunications; Christine Case, Professor of Biology; Daisy Araica, Associate Professor of Math; Susan Lorenzo, Assistant Registrar; Tiffany Reardon, MESA Program Director; Alec Bates, Professor of Chemistry; Pat Carter, Laboratory Technician; Mike Williamson, Dean of Science/Math/Technology; Nick Kapp, Professor of Biology

Carolyn Livengood

Carolyn Livengood










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