Aldine ISD Superintendent Dr. Wanda Bamberg and Scott Corrick, Director of Human Resources, will be two of 21 individuals who will be honored by The College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University on May 4 when they will be named to the Dean’s Roundtable. Dr. Bamberg and Mr. Corrick will join the other 19 individuals who will be honored as transformational leaders. The May 4 ceremony will be held at the Hildebrand Equine Complex in College Station.
Former Texas A&M head football coach and current special advisor to the TAMU president, R. C. Slocum will deliver the keynote address. Slocum is known not only for his team’s success on the field, but also for the way he cared about his players and instilled life lessons such has handling adversity, responding in a positive manner, and never quitting.
For the past 26 years, members of the Dean’s Roundtable have sought to elevate the work of those unsung heroes who through dedicated leadership and service to others, transform lives and enrich our world. Since 1991, benefactors have honored more than 550 individuals who have been role models to their students and/or peers, mentors for new professionals, and servant leaders in their communities. They have raised over $450,000 in support of scholarships, programs, and college initiatives.
“Dean’s Roundtable sponsors select representatives who model the ideals we hope all our graduates will emulate,” stated CEHD Dean Joyce M. Alexander. “This year, as always, our benefactors have chosen to honor a distinguished group of professionals who share our vision of transforming lives.”
The 2018 Dean’s Roundtable honorees include superintendents, administrators, classroom teachers, professors, and those professionals who have devoted their careers to helping others.
The College of Education and Human Development is committed to enhancing education and health outcomes for all. By partnering with the college, members of the Dean’s Roundtable make an investment in the future of Texas and the nation. For more information, contact Erin Kleinecke at [email protected] or 979-845-5355.
Director of Public Information Aldine ISD
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