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Domke-Damonte receives Professor of the Year Award

 

Hendrick receives Student Advocate Award

     

Coastal Carolina University presented awards for faculty and staff at the annual Honors Convocation on May 4. The awards, given by CCU's Student Government Association, recognize faculty and staff service to students.

Darla Domke-Damonte, assistant dean of the Wall College of Business and executive director of global initiatives at CCU, received the 2011-2012 Distinguished Professor of the Year Award.

Domke-Damonte joined the CCU faculty in 1998 as assistant professor of management. Since that time she has coordinated the strategic planning process, served as a visiting professor at the University of Applied Science in Mainz, Germany, and since 2009 served as the executive director of global initiatives. The award recognizes Domke-Damonte's
distinguished service as a student advocate, mentor and champion.

 

Andy Hendrick, associate professor of marketing and resort tourism in the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University, received the SGA Patricia Singleton-Young Student Advocate Award.

Hendrick joined the CCU faculty in 1980 as assistant
professor of business law. He has taught real estate, including a finance and appraisal curriculum, the legal environment of business, and commercial law during his tenure. He has served as the university’s director of athletics and director of the Professional Golf
Management Program. Hendrick is also an attorney for Turner Paget Graham and Laney, and is a municipal judge for the City of Conway.