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Ervin Anderson receives GADE Outstanding Individual Contribution Award

AMERICUS — Ervin Anderson, senior lecturer of mathematics at Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW), recently received the Outstanding Individual Contribution Award from the Georgia Association of Developmental Education (GADE).
He was honored at their annual state conference held at Middle Georgia State University on Feb. 10.
According to the GADE website, “The award recognizes long-term contributions of service to the Association by a GADE member.”
Anderson served as the vice president of GADE for two years, as president for five years, and has presented numerous papers and lectures at state conferences. He is a past recipient of the Outstanding Service to Developmental Students Award, and he received numerous Certificates of Appreciation from GADE and the National Association of Developmental Education (NADE).
Anderson remains committed to his students and their needs.
“As our student readiness for higher education changes, so must our teaching methods change without compromise,” he said.
Anderson has been with GSW since 1985. He received his bachelor of science from Savannah State College and his master of education from GSW.