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6th Annual Literacy Essentials ConferenceCentral Connecticut State University New Britain, CT March 31, 2012 6th Annual Literacy Essentials Conference
Thank You Efcharisto Oshe Grazie Dankë 感谢 Go raibh maith agaibh ありがとうSalamat po 感谢 Go raibh maith agaibh Oshe
Presenters ParticipantsThank You Presenters and Participants
Thank You Aleks A. Peske Financial Advisor
Central Connecticut Writing ProjectThank You Central Connecticut Writing Project Lynda M. Valerie Director
Graduate Society of readingThank You Graduate Society of reading Cara Mulcahy Advisor
Thank You Reading and Language Arts DepartmentHelen R. Abadiano, Chair
of Community EngagementThank You Office of Community Engagement Richard Cheney Associate Director
of Continuing Education Administrative AssistantThank You Office of Continuing Education Heidi Huguley- Brown Administrative Assistant
Educational LeadershipThank You Department of Educational Leadership Anthony Rigazio-Digilio, Chair
Thank You School of Education and Professional Studies Mitchell SakofsDean
Thank You Jack Miller CCSU President
Thank You Carl R. Lovitt CCSU Provost and Vice Presidentfor Academic Affairs
Thank You Christopher Galligan Vice President CCSU InstitutionalAdvancement Christopher Galligan Vice President
Associate Vice PresidentThank You CCSU Marketing & Communications Mark W. McLaughlin Associate Vice President
Thank You Lori Backus CCSU Dining Services
Thank You Susan Kelly CCSU Event Management
Thank You Student Center
Thank You Keynote Speaker Yetta M. GoodmanRegents Professor of Education University of Arizona
Thank You Luncheon Speaker Nancy Carlsson-Paige Professor EmeritaLesley University
Congratulations! Bravo! Excellent! Great Job! Wow! Kudos!
Literacy Advocacy AwardCongratulations! Literacy Advocacy Award JACK HASEGAWA Executive Director 4-H Education Center
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Cromwell Public Schools, CT Exemplary Reading ProgramCongratulations! Edna C. Stevens Elementary School Cromwell Public Schools, CT Exemplary Reading Program Lucille DiTunno Principal
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