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Heather J. Melton Receives
Professional Enhancement Program (PEP)
Certificate of Achievement

Provost Terry King presents PEP Certificate to Heather Melton,
joined by Dr. Thomas Weidner, Chairperson of the School of Kinesiology

Heather J. Melton is the latest Ball State University employee to complete the Professional Enhancement Program (PEP) in Information Processing sponsored by the Learning and Development Office (L&D).  To date, 17 Ball State employees have completed the program. On September 16, Dr. Terry King, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, presented a Certificate of Achievement to Heather Melton to recognize her accomplishment. Heather is an Administrative Coordinator in the School of Kinesiology. She was joined at the ceremony by Dr. Thomas Weidner, Chairperson of the School of Kinesiology.

The PEP certificate program, which began in 1995, requires 12 semester hours of Ball State University course work offered by the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management in the Miller College of Business. The PEP allows employees to upgrade and master information processing skills that enhance current job performance and open the door for future employment opportunities.  

Participants are admitted to the university as non-degree students, although employees currently enrolled as regular students are also eligible. Use of the Ball State University fee remission program is available for eligible Ball State employees for these undergraduate classes. Visit the PEP website for more information.

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