Imani Mance recognized as Outstanding M.S. Student

The College of Education will hold its annual Honors Day ceremony on Thursday, April 21, 2011, at 4 p.m. in the Speakers Auditorium at the Georgia State University Student Center (44 Courtland Street, Atlanta).
The ceremony honors COE faculty, staff, students and alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the field of education through their research, teaching and service.
The COE will also honor its 2011 Distinguished Alumnus award recipient, Sandy Hofmann, at this event.
Hofmann graduated from Georgia State University with a bachelor of science in education degree in 1974. She currently serves as the president and board director of Women in Technology, a networking, career building and leadership development organization for women in the technology field, and the CIO-in-Residence at the Advanced Technology Development Center, a nationally-recognized science and technology incubator housed at the Georgia Institute of Technology that helps Georgia entrepreneurs launch and build successful companies. In her 25-year career, Hofmann has successfully provided leadership to technology and manufacturing professionals at companies such as IBM, the Turknett Leadership Group and Closets and More.
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I recieved the award for Outstanding Masters Student from the Department of Middle-Secondary Education and Instructional Technology. It was quite the surprise and honor.