SGA recognizes Dothan Campus teacher and student of the year

Posted: Tuesday, 16 February 2010

DOTHAN—The Student Government Association at Troy University’s Dothan Campus recently announced the winners of the 2009-2010 student and teacher of the year awards.

Dr. David Arrington and TROY student Christy Aguirre were presented their awards on Thursday, Feb. 11. Both were selected by the SGA based on nominations made by Dothan Campus students. The awards recognize outstanding academic achievement and excellence in the classroom.

Dr. Arrington is an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. A native of Laurel, Miss., he has taught at TROY for five years. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and his doctorate from the University of Alabama.

Aguirre is a senior elementary education major from Enterprise.

Christy Aguirre

Troy University student Christy Aguirre of Enterprise, right, is presented the SGA Student of the Year award by SGA member Faye Kelly. The award recognizes academic excellence and is presented based on nominations made by Dothan Campus students. Aguirre is a senior elementary education major. (TROY photo/Matt Clower)

Dr. David Arrington

Dr. David Arrington, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Troy University’s Dothan Campus, is presented the Student Government Association Teacher of the Year award by SGA member Faye Kelly, left, and Shirley Cobbs, campus event coordinator. The annual award recognizes excellence in the classroom and winners are selected based on nominations made by Dothan Campus students. Arrington is a native of Laurel, Miss., and has taught at TROY for five years. (TROY photo/Matt Clower) (TROY photo/Matt Clower)