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Rock Creek staff earn special recognition by campus

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Two of the most recognizable staff and faculty at the Rock Creek Campus were singled for their exceptional service to the campus.

Administrative assistant Becky Hughes received the Bill Christopher Building Community Award, and business administration instructor Usha Ramanujam received the Gordon Galbraith Award for outstanding teaching. The awards were presented during the May 19 Rock Creek Service Awards reception that recognized staff and faculty members for their years of service.

Hughes will retire from PCC in June after 19 years of work at PCC. She is the administrative assistant to Rock Creek Dean of Instruction Cheryl Scott. Ramanujam has been teaching in the business administration program at Rock Creek for the past 11 years.

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x by Chris Stewart 10 months ago

Congratulations to you both, you are wonderful examples on the Rock Creek campus, I am privileged to have met you both while there. Best of luck on retirement Becky.

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