At the 2015 ARPCT Conference programs and individuals were recognized for their outstanding performance and commitment to serving individuals with disabilities for the previous year. There were many wonderful nominations making it a difficult decision for the board to select the winners.
The following are the 2015 award winners:
Student of the Year was awarded to Able-Disabled Advocacy in recognition of Christopher Roberts.
Program of the Year was awarded to Computer Technologies Program – Computer Re-Use Center (CRC)
Business Partnership of the Year was given to RESOURCE. This award was given in recognition of their Green Employment Initiative (GEI) business project partner collaboration.
Program Member of the Year was awarded to Robert Shurden, School of Adaptive Computer Training (SACT) Director, for his work in implementing three satellite classrooms in Kansas linked by videoconferencing technology to the main classroom in Wichita, Kansas.