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Over 50 students were lauded at a packed house for the 2014 Student Recognition Dinner on Friday, April 25.  This special evening provides faculty an opportunity to recognize their best and brightest students, and students, in turn, recognize faculty with special awards.

The students recognized anatomy/physiology professor, Dr. Sam Truong for the Most Knowledgeable Scholar, the Most Accessible to Students award went to retiring business professor, Bob O’Toole, the Educator of the Year is psychology professor Dr. Diane Pfahler, and the most Effective Communicator award went to math instructor Dean Papas.

Students were recognized from all disciplines, as well as from categorical program leaders (EOPS, CalWORKs, CARE, and DSPS).