From Howard University administrators:

“Thank you for your many years of committed and dedicated service on the faculty and as director of CETLA.  You’ve left very big shoes to fill.”

“As an alumnus of Howard, I am deeply grateful to you for the remarkable contribution you have made to the University.  That achievement is a matter of institutional fact.  As a personal fact, I have also seen from the experience of one of your former students, how transformative a teacher you have been.  I am also acquainted with your generative leadership of CETLA, a pioneering development in teaching and learning at Howard.  Nothing is more central to the mission of Howard University.  I also had a special opportunity to see…what a great colleague and contributor you have been in your years as a member of the Howard faculty.  Now the time has come to say THANK YOU.”

“You gave life to CETLA and developed it into the exemplary faculty development resource it is today.  I have enjoyed working with you, in part, because you are the consummate professional.”

“Your leadership of CETLA is a model for me and others at the University.  Your contribution will continue to serve faculty and the University well!”

“Thanks for all these years of stellar excellence.”

“You are just amazing and so encouraging to  all  faculty.  You are sunshine (continuous) at the University all the time, and you will be seriously missed.  But you created an enduring legacy that will continue to benefit faculty and students for many years.”

“Thank you for your leadership and support.  Always willing to provide support and encouragement.  You are an awesome example of serving others.”

“You’ve had a huge impact on the way we teach….I’ve personally enjoyed working collaboratively with you; I’m always impressed with your hard work, honesty, diligence, and intellect.”

selected emails and notes received upon retiring