Motlow College has named its Faculty Excellence Award winners for 2012-13.
Dr. Linda Harris-Young, a biology professor and full-time faculty member, and Chad Brown, an adjunct emergency medical technology instructor, were awarded the 2012-13 Motlow College Foundation’s Faculty Excellence Awards during a recent ceremony in the Clayton-Glass Library on Motlow’s Moore County campus.
This is the third time Harris-Young has received the award since joining Motlow’s faculty in 1992. A resident of Moore County, she received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Davis, and a master's degree and doctorate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Brown, of Fayetteville, earned certificates in basic EMT and EMT-IV from Motlow, and an EMT-Paramedic certificate at Columbia State Community College. He is an EMT paramedic for the Marshall County Emergency Medical Service and the Lincoln Medical Center Emergency Medical Service.
Other members of Motlow’s full-time faculty nominated for the Faculty Excellence Award were McMinnville residents Dayron Deaton-Owens, an instructor of psychology and sociology, and Gregg Garrison, an associate professor of biology.
Adjunct faculty nominees included Kerry Hillis, an English instructor and resident of McMinnville.