CAMP ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR HALL RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD
Gypsy Hall, associate director of the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at Boise State University, was honored in Orlando, Fla., today with an Outstanding Professional Award at the National Migrant Education Conference, which is sponsored by the National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education.
Hall was honored for her commitment to the education of migrant youth in Idaho and Oregon. �Your contributions to the CAMP program have brought national recognition to Boise State University and the College of Education,� said Joyce Garrett, BSU�s dean of education, in a memo to Hall. �This recognition by NASDME now gives you the national recognition you deserve for giving selflessly for so many years.�
Hall�s honor marks the fourth consecutive year that an employee from Boise State�s CAMP office has received NASDME�s Outstanding Professional Award, which goes to a small number of honorees each year. Staff members Wilma Morgan (1998), Jose Villabos (1999) and Alma Gomez (2000) were named previous winners.
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