The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) recently announced the MSAC 2022 Independent Artist Award recipients. Susan Muaddi Darraj, Associate Professor of English at Harford Community College, was one of the two state awardees who will receive a $25,000 grant in recognition of outstanding artistic achievement.
Dr. Supawan King, Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math division, joined Harford in 2005 and has since established herself as a highly valued member of our STEM faculty.
The FY 2022 Nurse Faculty Annual Recognition Awards (NFAR) were recently announced by the Nurse Support Program II, which is administered by the Maryland Higher Education Commission and funded through the Health Services Cost Review Commission. Twenty-three of Maryland’s finest nursing faculty were named as award recipients including Harford Community College’s Mary Beverly Gallagher, Assistant Professor in the Division of Nursing and Allied Health Professions. Awardees were recognized for their contributions to nursing education and their service to Maryland nursing students.
Julie Mancine, adjunct faculty member in the Arts and Humanities division as History of the United States instructor, also works full time as the College Archivist and Hays-Heighe House Coordinator.
A veteran educator with extensive classroom experience, Professor of Mass Communications Wayne Hepler exemplifies commitment, resilience and quality at Harford and has, in his own words, “loved teaching from day one.”
A project by author Susan Muaddi Darraj, an Associate Professor of English at Harford Community College, was one of 14 that were selected for 2021 Rubys Artist Grants.
Adult Literacy program instructor Denise McNew not only helps her students over the hurdles that kept them from earning their high school diploma, but also to discover special gifts or talents they haven’t yet tapped into.
The Harford Civil Rights Project, a digital exhibition and mobile app focusing on various aspects of the African American civil rights movement in Harford County in the 20th century, debuted this past semester.
Sean Wright, adjunct in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Division, has a passion for physical fitness and a strong desire to share his knowledge and experience with his students.
Professor of Anthropology and Sociology Dr. Sharon Stowers received the 2021 Outstanding Contribution to Maryland Agriculture Award from the Maryland Association of Soil Conservation for her work on the Harford Farms and Food project.