Camden County College Professor Ranks Among Top 20 Instructors

CAMDEN COUNTY - Camden County College announced that one of its faculty members ranks among the top 20 two-year college instructors in North America and in the United Kingdom.
Professor Lester Owens placed 16th on this year’s Highest Rated Junior and Community College Professors list, on the website The website is the largest online site for students to provide comments and ratings on college-level instructors and is used by over 4 million students each month across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Owens is a Blackwood resident and has been a full-time instructor at Camden County College in their Academic Skills Math Department since 2005. Owens was the only professor in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or Delaware to make the junior/community college list and has received other honors in the past such as an African-American Legend Torchbearer Award from the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission; a Camden County Martin Luther King Freedom Medal; and an EOF Champion Award from the New Jersey Educational Opportunity Fund.
The professor is currently pursuing a doctorate at Northcentral University and holds a bachelor of arts degree in applied mathematics from West Chester University as well as a master of arts degree in instructional technology from Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
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