Ann Pinner receives Professor Emeritus

Ann PinnerPinner, above, after receiving the honor. – Photo by Dr. Sandra Walker
Ann Pinner, retired associate professor at Paul D. Camp Community College, was recently honored with Professor Emeritus, an award bestowed upon her by the Local College Board and presented by Vice President of Academic and Student Development Dr. Tara Atkins-Brady.
In 2005, Pinner was hired for the newly established nursing program and created Paul D. Camp’s Nursing Student Association.
On the recommendation of Atkins-Brady and PDCCC Dean of Nursing and Allied Health Dr. Debbie Hartman, Pinner’s longtime and committed service to the college, students, her profession, and the community led to her recognition as a lead instructor, faculty liaison, student advocate, mentor, advisor, and program evaluator.
Pinner has exemplified leadership, professionalism, and commitment to quality education, high standards and integrity; and dedication and commitment to student success.
She played an integral role in leading the nursing team to attain the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) accreditation.