Sandy McNeely and Denise Neill, faculty members at the University of Houston-Victoria School of Nursing, have earned the designation of Certified Nurse Educator after meeting strict eligibility criteria and completing an exam developed and administered by the National League for Nursing.

Carol Klages, Amy Barnhill, and Jane Devick-Fry, faculty members with the University of Houston-Victoria School of Education and Human Development, had an article titled "A Systematic Approach to Measuring Inquiry in Teacher Education" published in the June issue of the Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development journal.

Mary Kay independent sales director Margaret Baros of Yoakum earned the use of a new Chevrolet Equinox Crossover as a result of her achievements in operating her independent Mary Kay business. Baros joined Mary Kay in 1983 and became a sales director in 1987.

Kim Baylis has joined the Victoria College as grant manager for the Skills Development Fund. Baylis moved to Victoria from Baltimore, Md. where she worked at The Park School of Baltimore as a teacher and administrator for the past 10 years. She taught high school computer science and served as registrar. Baylis graduated from Townson University in Baltimore with a bachelor's degree in English.

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