Lora Durr, Gamma Chapter, is receiving an award.
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On behalf of the National Art Education Association, it is my great honor to inform you that you have been selected by your peers to receive the Eastern Region Middle Level Art Educator Award.
The award will be presented to you during the 2018 NAEA National Convention in Seattle, WA, at the Division Awards Ceremony, Thursday, March 22, 4:00 - 5:50 pm, Ballroom 6ABC, Level 6, Convention Center.
Kathy Duse will follow up in the next few days with a press release form for your use with local press.
There is no greater testament of your exemplary contributions to the field of visual arts education than being chosen for this prestigious award. Your colleagues throughout the United States and abroad join the NAEA Board of Directors in applauding your leadership, commitment and service to the profession.
I look forward to seeing you in Seattle and congratulating you in person!
Deborah B. Reeve, EdD
Congratulations to Dr. Judith S. Nappi! Her article "The Importance of Questioning in Developing Critical Thinking Skills" has been selected for inclusion in the 2017, Volume 84-1 issue of the The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International President Carolyn Pittman has appointed Agnes (Aggie) Moynihan of Ontario, Canada, to complete the term of Carol Hughes as North East Regional Director. Carol resigned for personal reasons.
Last biennium, Aggie was International Scholarship Committee Chair. During the 2012-2014 Biennium she was the Area Representative Canada on the Administrative Board and was also Canada Forum Chair, as well as Chair of the International Speakers Fund Committee.
Aggie has been State President and most other executive positions at the State level. She has served as chair and been a member of several of the committees at the state level. Additionally, she has been Chapter President of two different chapters and held most executive positions at the chapter level. Aggie has also been chair and a member of several of the committees at the chapter level.
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The Arts & Humanities Jury of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is pleased to announce the publication in the DKG Gallery of Fine Arts, an online gallery of works of art and letters at www.dkg.org. We anticipate the unveiling of the new Gallery works April 1, 2017. The new work will stay up in the Gallery for six months, after which it will be archived.
Three of our Alpha Zeta State artists will have works in this gallery.
Saula L Cutter (Gamma): Digital Painting – On the Rocks, Digital Painting – Bermuda Gold
Jan Wilson (Gamma): Digital Painting – Doorway to the Future, Digital Painting - Sunshine, Digital Painting – France Remembered
Irene Maskaly (Iota): Printmaking – Saguaro Sunset, Watercolor Painting – Floral Candy
Angela Castaneda, a member of Gamma Chapter, was pictured in the March NJEA Review. The East Windsor Education Association is proud to have joined RISE, a community service partnership, at that organization’s holiday party. EWEA members distributed books and holiday treats to children in need. Pictured are PRIDE/FAST co-chairs Esmeralda Garcia and Angela Castaneda, Jill Grois, Katie Baseden and Dorothea Cohen.
Jeanne DelColle, a member of Eta Chapter, has been awarded the Carolyn Guss Scholarship by DKG. See the Scholarship Brochure.
Dr. Judy Merz, a longtime leader and involved member, has been appointed by President Carolyn Pittman to be the interim ED from June 1 to December 31, 2017. Merz will continue as editor of the Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, a position she has filled since 2010. Since 2015 she has been communications and marketing consultant to DKG. Judy is a member of Alpha Chapter and a past state president. Read more >
Marie Blistan, a high school special education resource center teacher in Washington Township public schools, is the vice president of the New Jersey Education Association. Marie is a member of Iota Chapter. She previously served as NJEA’s secretary-treasurer (2009-2013). She was re-elected to a second two-year term as vice president effective Sept. 1, 2015. Read more >