Dr. Cedric Bradley, dean of Instruction at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Jackson County Campus, received the Excellence in Administration Award from the Alpha Beta Gamma National Honor Society. The award was given at the society’s Annual Leadership Conference in Georgia this spring. With more than 80,000 members, the society recognizes outstanding business and honor students and the contributions to learning and business of professionals.
This award recognizes excellence in administrators and was awarded to Bradley in recognition of his strong support of student scholarship.
“Dr. Bradley is a huge advocate for both our instructors and students and is certainly deserving of this award,” said Dr. Tammy Franks, vice president of the Jackson County Campus. “It’s most exciting in that he was nominated by some of our instructors, who recognize his support.”
Alpha Beta Gamma is the business honor society for accredited junior, community and technical two year colleges. It was established in 1970 by business professors in Manchester, Connecticut. There are currently 181 active chapters across the nation.