Two Post University Professors Up For’s Professor of the Year Award

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Two Post University professors are included in the Final 10 Nominees for’s 2012 Professor of the Year Award.  The award aims to recognize innovative professors who are mastering new technologies to more effectively educate.

The two Post finalists are Rose Handon, Ph.D., an adjunct Master of Human Services professor, and Sherrilyn Bernier, Ed.D., an adjunct Bachelor of Science in Human Services professor. Both teach in the University’s John P. Burke School of Public Service.

Handon has 25 years of experience as a field instructor, 31 years of experience in governmental public service.  Bernier has been a professor for 10 years, and has been teaching online at Post University since 2010.

Voting is open to everyone and is limited to one vote per person.  The winner will be announced on May 1.

Post University began offering accelerated online degree programs in 1996, and was the first college in Connecticut and New England to offer accredited accelerated degree programs fully online.  Post is now the largest provider of completely online education in Connecticut.

To read more about the award and to vote you can go here.

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