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Dr. Cheryl Wachenheim wins national award

Cheryl Wachenheim
Dr. Cheryl Wachenheim Wins National Award at the Annual Conference of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA).

Dr. Cheryl Wachenheim North Dakota State University, Fargo, received the NACTA Teaching Scholar Award at the Annual Conference of the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture held at the University of Georgia, Athens. This award is presented to a maximum of 1% of the NACTA membership body.

The theme for the Conference was “Teaching on My Mind.” The purposes of the annual conferences are to provide for professional advancement of faculty engaged in classroom teaching.

Participants have the opportunity to share teaching methods, philosophies, and styles of instruction. 

The North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) is a professional society that focuses on promoting, recognizing and rewarding excellence in teaching agriculture and related areas at the post-secondary level in North America. Members of NACTA are from two-year and four-year colleges, public and private, and have a common bond of teaching agriculture and related subjects. Through the use of competitive awards, NACTA annually recognizes outstanding teaching and publication.

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