November Board of Trustees meeting highlights

The San Jacinto College Board of Trustees recognized several employees and students at its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.

The Albemarle Foundation donated $26,000 to the San Jacinto College Foundation in support of student scholarships.

The Albemarle Foundation donated $26,000 to the San Jacinto College Foundation in support of student scholarships.

Amanda Booren, director of marketing and public relations, was recognized for being appointed to the Public Relations Foundation of Houston Board of Directors. She is pictured (left) with Vice Chancellor for Marketing, Public Relations, and Government Affairs Teri Crawford.

Amanda Booren, director of marketing and public relations, was recognized for being appointed to the Public Relations Foundation of Houston Board of Directors. She is pictured (left) with Vice Chancellor for Marketing, Public Relations, and Government Affairs Teri Crawford.

 

Jeannie Peng-Armao, communications coordinator, was recognized for winning a National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 4 Gold Medallion Award for her communications success story titled "A Comeback: How getting left out resulted in more media coverage." She is pictured (left) with Amanda Booren, director, marketing and public relations.

Jeannie Peng-Armao, communications coordinator, was recognized for winning a National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 4 Gold Medallion Award for her communications success story titled “A Comeback: How getting left out resulted in more media coverage.” She is pictured (left) with Amanda Booren, director, marketing and public relations.

Tom Shirreffs was recognized by Dr. Sallie Kay Janes for being awarded the 2014 Small Business Development Center State Star Award.

Tom Shirreffs was recognized by Dr. Sallie Kay Janes for being awarded the 2014 Small Business Development Center State Star Award.

Three chemistry students were recognized for each receiving a $500 scholarship from the Houston Chemical Association.

Three chemistry students were recognized for each receiving a $500 scholarship from the Houston Chemical Association.