Outstanding Advisor Awards

Outstanding Advisor Awards

The winners of the 2022 Outstanding Advisor Awards, from left to right: Yao (Olive) Li, Anthony Orlando, Liane Hypolite, Jonathan Puthoff, Melissa Flicker, Don St. Hilaire, Sarah Krainin, Samir Anz, Maria Anzaldo, and RAMP (Christian Murrillo, Kaitlyn Porter, Laura Ayon, Denise Cedillos and Dustin Johnson)

The Outstanding Advisor Awards recognize the outstanding efforts on this campus to support student success. They recognize individuals and programs that encourage students to establish goals and objectives, that seek practical and innovative solutions to students’ problems, and that seek opportunities to grow professionally.

Each year the campus chooses one faculty member in each academic college, one staff member from Academic Affairs and one from Student Affairs, and one program from either Academic Affairs or Student Affairs to receive this award.

2021-2022 Outstanding Advisor Awards

Due to the social distancing guidelines related to COVID-19, the 2021 - 2022 Outstanding Advisor Awards will be held virtually this year. 

Updated: Tuesday April 26, 2022

3:00 - 5:00pm

RSVP Link

If you have questions, please contact Pedro Navarro at 909-979-6671 or pnavarro@cpp.edu.

Congratulations to this year's winners:

Faculty 

Dr. Yao (Olive) Li

Nutrition and Food Science, Huntley College of Agriculture 

 

Dr. Anthony Orlando

Finance, Real Estate and Law, College of Business Administration

 

Dr. Liane Hypolite

Educational Leadership, College of Education and Integrative Studies

 

Dr. Jonathan Puthoff

Chemical & Materials Engineering, College of Engineering 

 

Professor Melissa Flicker

Art, College of Environmental Design

 

Dr. Don St. Hilaire

Hospitality Management, Collins College of Hospitality Management

 

Professor Sarah Krainin

Theatre and New Dance, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

 

Dr. Samir Anz

Chemistry, College of Science

Staff

Ms. Maria Anzaldo

College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences, Academic Affairs

Program

Reading, Advising, & Mentoring Program (RAMP)

Academic Affairs