SECOND IN A SERIES: Dr. Jennifer Amox converted three “radically different” flute classes to remote instruction.
Dr. James Engman found a way to give his biology students a hands-on lab experience. This is the first in a series of stories featuring Henderson State professors who, in their own ways, have successfully adapted to online instruction.
Classes are back in session for spring semester.
Ten teams from five universities competed in the annual competition.
Gilpin, a professor of theatre, is a designer and director for Henderson theatre and dance productions. He has taught at the university for 32 years.
The university is sanitizing classroom and public spaces beyond normal cleaning procedures and also considering options for alternate class delivery should that become necessary.
Dawn Coffman of Texarkana, Texas, was first runner-up; Teddi-Anne Hulke, second runner-up; Peyton Davis, third runner-up; and Aiyanna Bartley, fourth runner-up.