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In September, Bland was chosen by the full time faculty at CCCC "Anadrol 50" as the winner of the college's 2011 Instructor of the Year Award. She then competed against the Turinabol Once Or Twice A Day winners from the other 57 community colleges in the NCCCS for the system's 2012 Excellence in Teaching Award. She was chosen as among the top five.
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The NCCCS employs about 3,000 full time faculty at its 58 colleges that serve all "Anaboliset Aineet" 100 of the state's counties.
"We have known for a long time that Ellen is among the finest instructors in the NCCCS," said CCCC President Bud Marchant. "We are delighted that she has now been recognized as such. Ellen has a strong reputation for excellence in service to students, the college and her community. She has helped CCCC to be the outstanding community college it is."
Bland, a Pittsboro resident with a master's degree in communication, has been motivating humanities, communication and theater students at CCCC for 20 years. She said her favorite classes to teach are interpersonal communication, public speaking and acting. Prior to coming to the college in 1992, she taught at Marshall University and Northwood High School.
She has taught at the college's Chatham and Lee campuses, earning high praise from her students and co "Anaboliset Aineet" workers for bringing out the best in her students, increasing their self confidence and giving them skills that carry over into everyday life.
Bland has also put the college on the map as a source of quality theater productions. Each year, under her tutelage, students and community members Winstrol 750 Mg present shows that sell out Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena and bring rave reviews.
After directing plays at the Lee County Campus, her first major CCCC production in Chatham County was "Millworker" in 2003. Bland created the script, which is based on a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Southern oral history project, "Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill Worker." "Millworker" received the 2005 State "buy cheap jintropin online" Community Theatre Award and played to audiences totaling more than 4,000 around the state.
Her students also produce one act plays they take to area elementary schools and libraries, as well as dinner theaters for local social services fund raisers.
Others selected as among the top five in the NCCCS were: Sara Juarez, of Alamance Community College; Shari Brown, Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute; Stephanie Tolliver Osborne, of Gaston College; and Dreese Eley, of Roanoke Chowan Community College.