SAN DIEGO, Martin McAuliffe, J.D., Associate Professor of Social and Criminal Justice at Ashford University, is the beneficiary of the 2020 Excellence in Support Service Award from the Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning (ADEIL), a proficient relationship for those drew in or intrigued by separation training.
McAuliffe has educated at Ashford since 2005 when he joined the University as an aide employee showing on the web criminal equity, law, morals, history, and basic courses. In 2012, he turned into a full-time partner educator showing criminal equity, law, and morals. During his residency at Ashford, McAuliffe has driven endeavors in educational plan audit and upgrade, incorporating helping with the Master of Science in Criminal Justice program survey measure; staff assessment, instructing, and coaching; and cooperation in the improvement of new courses, degree projects, and specializations.
Every year, ADEIL looks for designations for the Excellence in Support Service Award from a chosen one’s companions and individuals from ADEIL. Selections are then assessed by the ADEIL Awards Committee in territories that remember advancement for course improvement or program organization; joint effort and cooperation; improvement of the program the board or cycles; and, the effect on understudies, staff, or projects.
McAuliffe’s partners noticed that “he has a guarantee to carry the best to everybody he meets, regardless of whether an understudy or an individual from the workforce, staff, or organization. He works superbly preparing others for progress.”
The honor was declared on October 16, 2020, during ADEIL’s 28th annual conference United Together: Enhancing the Quality of Online Learning.
About Ashford University
Ashford University is a perceived pioneer and trailblazer in separation learning and online training. Ashford is intended to address the issues of working understudies, offering programs regularly looked for by those whose essential instructive objectives identify with creating proficient and professional applicable skills. Adaptable timetables, inventive conveyance, and open scholastic help apparatuses help working understudies offset occupied lives with scholarly investigations. Ashford offers partners, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs. For more data, it would be ideal if you visit www.ashford.edu, www.facebook.com/ashforduniversity, or www.twitter.com/AshfordU.
The Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning (ADEIL) is a professional association for anyone engaged in or interested in distance education. The goal of the organization is to provide professional development opportunities as well as opportunities for collegiality and interaction.
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