Members of NCTE have elected Douglas Hesse to the office of Vice President of NCTE. Hesse is a professor of English and executive director of writing at the University of Denver in Colorado. He has served on the CCCC Executive Committee as Chair (2004-05); as the program chair for the 2004 CCCC Convention in San Antonio, and numerous other CCCC and NCTE Committees. He is also the founding chair of the NCTE/Norman Mailer Student Writing Awards. Hesse will take office during the NCTE Annual Convention in Boston in November, will become president-elect in 2014, and will assume the presidency of the Council during the 2015 Annual Convention in Minneapolis.
Clark County School District, Las Vegas
Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle School
St. Petersburg, Florida
Trustees of the Research Foundation
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
NCTE Nominating Committee**
Montana State University, Bozeman
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Edgewood Junior High School, Ellettsville, Indiana
Queens High School of Teaching, New York
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Patria Mirabel Middle School #324, Manhattan, New York
*Under Council practice, the member of each Nominating Committee receiving the largest number of votes is named Chair.
**A 2005 NCTE Constitutional Amendment provided for the NCTE Executive Committee to appoint two additional members to the NCTE Nominating Committee each year.