Submitted by Mrs. Nancy Hanley, Assistant Campus Director
Lexys stated, “It is truly an honor to be a part of this amazing program, and I am ecstatic to be elected to such an important role in our Teaching Fellows cohort. Being president is something I will not take lightly.”
The Junior Teaching Fellows at Anderson University enjoyed four days of professional development and educational workshops in Charleston. The cohort worked in teams with an Advisory Council member. To study Covey’s book, Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, and focus in on a different HABIT. Through further research and group preparation, members of the junior cohort became more educated on these habits and grew closer as a group. They also had an afternoon of shopping, dining, and taking a carriage ride in historic downtown Charleston.
--Mary Lesslie Culp, Junior Teaching Fellows President