Cejda selected for CSCC honor
21 Feb 2014
Brent Cejda, professor and chair of the Department of Educational Administration at UNL, has been selected to receive the Senior Scholar Award from the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC). The national award recognizes a scholar for outstanding theoretical and/or applied research publication(s) that contribute to the national body of knowledge about community colleges; demonstrated excellence in teaching, advising and/or mentoring; integration of knowledge to teaching and service; and, contributing to significant new discovery in community college research or practice or demonstrated integration of research that impacts community college practice. Cejda will be recognized April 4 during the 56th Annual CSCC Conference in Washington, D.C.
“I’m so pleased that Dr. Cejda has received this well-deserved recognition,” said Marjorie Kostelnik, dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences. “Brent is well known nationally for his scholarly expertise in higher education administration and especially in research on community college administration. We’re proud of his accomplishments and pleased in his leadership nationally and here in CEHS.”
Cejda, who has published dozens of articles in a variety of publications on higher education and community colleges, holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Wichita State University in music education and a Ph.D. in educational administration and supervision from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
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