Link receives Association for Career and Technical Education Region V Hall of Fame Award
North Dakota State College of Science Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Harvey Link has been awarded the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) Region V Hall of Fame Award. The award is presented to ACTE members who have made a significant impact in the field of career and technical education at the national, regional and state levels.
A newly created award, Link is among the initial recipients of the ACTE Hall of Fame Award. Nominees are evaluated on the following criteria:
• Impact of contributions on student achievement, curriculum, community, career and technical education programs,
• Significant contributions at the state, regional and national level,
• Contributions or prominence achieved above and beyond job assignments.
As a former National President of ACTE and also as a past Region V Vice President, Link’s continuous leadership has served the College well, especially during the process of developing several academic program partnerships with business and industry, such as John Deere, Caterpillar and others. He continues to make a positive impact on CTE in both the region and state of North Dakota.
“Harvey is a very valuable administrator at NDSCS and has shown great innovation in curriculum design,” said NDSCS President Dr. John Richman. “His knowledge and expertise have allowed him to form many collaborative relationships not only on the state level, but on the national level as well.”
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