Congratulations to members of SUSLA's Faculty and Staff

Congratulations to members of SUSLA's Faculty and Staff

30-Apr-2018

Congratulations to Cheryle Wheeler-Johnson, New President-Elect of The Louisiana Association of Student Assistance Programs (LASAP)

Congratulations to Cheryle Wheeler-Johnson, Program Director of Upward Bound Sabine. Ms. Wheeler-Johnson has been installed as President-Elect of The Louisiana Association of Student Assistance Programs (LASAP). LASAP is a state association whose mission is to promote the development, improvement, and extension of educational opportunities to every student in the state of Louisiana regardless of race, creed, or physical limitation. LASAP's membership consists of professionals that work within the Federal TRIO.




Congratulations to the Allied Health and Nursing Tutorial Lab

SUSLA's Allied Health and Nursing Tutorial lab is certified!! Mrs. Reva Whitaker attended the National Tutoring Association (NTA) Professional Development Conference held April 12-18, 2018 in Palm Harbor, Florida. Keynote speakers were Dr. Gregory Sawyer, and Bishop Dr. Broderick A. Higgins, Sr.

Pictured: Mrs. Reva Whitaker and Karen Royster James, NTA President
  




Congratulations to Dr.Veronica McEachin and Mr. Frederick Jackson

Dr. Veronica McEachin, Director of E-Learning and Mr. Frederick Jackson, Coordinator/Instructor of Criminal Justice Administration presented “Enhancing the E-Learning Infrastructure through the adoption of Open Educational Resources (OER) to Deliver High Quality Learning Experiences” at the OLC Innovate Education Reimagined conference, April 18, 2018 in Nashville Tennessee.


CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. CYNTHIA HESTER

Dr. Cynthia Hester submission paper entitled “It is Time to Teach Financial Literacy to HBCU Students” has been accepted for presentation at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Conference, April 19-22, 2018, in Dallas, Texas.





The Health Information Technology Program is proud to announce that LaTanya Brittentine, Assistant Professor/Instructor for the Health Information Technology and Medical Coding Specialist Programs successfully passed the Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) examination on Monday, 04/16/18!

 Coding accuracy is highly important to healthcare organizations, and has an impact on revenues and describing health outcomes. Certification has become an implicit industry standard. Accordingly, the CCS credential demonstrates a practitioner's tested data quality and integrity skills, and mastery of coding proficiency. (www.ahima.org)

       Congratulations Ms. Brittentine on successfully earning the CCS credential!