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She helped secure the center’s accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and a five-star child care license.Shea’s teaching career spanned 37 years including two stints as acting chair for the Department of Child Development and Family Relations and as assistant to the dean for Helen Grove.“As soon as I read the purpose of the Internet2 Inclusivity Award was to support emerging information technology professions by providing an opportunity to build the knowledge capital of their institutions and help diversify technology, I knew Lisa was a worthy candidate,” said Andy Anderson, director of ECU ITCS network services.
The inductees were Linner Griffin and Robin Mc Manus, who were both inducted posthumously, along with Jannis Shea, Thom Skalko, Jerry Tolley and Odell Welborn. Griffin, professor emeritus at ECU, served on the ECU faculty from 1990 until her retirement in 2013.She served in a variety of roles including associate professor of social work and associate dean for graduate studies, interim dean of the School of Social Work and Criminal Justice, and associate provost for academic program planning and development.Mc Manus was an instructor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science and lead teacher in the infant classroom of the child development laboratory, now known as the Nancy Darden Child Development Center.The following people were recently inducted to the College of Health and Human Performance Marvin and Joyce Johnson Wall of Fame: from left, Jerry Mc Manus representing the late Robin Mc Manus, Bobby Griffin representing the late Linner Griffin, Thom Skalko, Jannis Shea and Jerry Tolley. (contributed photo) Skalko served as a professor at ECU from 1996-2017 including as chair of the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies from 1996-2004.He directed the ECU Horizons Day Treatment program, providing intervention for youth with severe emotional and behavioral disorders.