MYTH: Stalkers are not dangerous, just annoying. REALITY: Stalkers are extremely unpredictable and are often dangerous. In fact, 76 percent of intimate partner female homicide victims were previously stalked by their killer. Join SAVE Taskforce’s efforts to debunk common and dangerous myths by discussing the facts you learn from the LincIn posts, table tents and bathroom posters. For more information, visit www.llcc.edu/sexual-violence-resources.
The Student Life Office is hosting a blood drive Monday, Jan. 23, from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. in the Student Union, Menard Hall. Walk-ins are always welcome! Use Group Sponsor Code 60099 to schedule online at www.bloodcenterimpact.org. All donors please eat before donation and present a photo ID.
Today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register by Jay Kitterman, consultant, LLCC Culinary Institute, describes his recent culinary and historic tour of Boston.
LLCC will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its founding on Saturday, Feb. 18, and all faculty and staff are cordially invited! Please click on your invitation below.
The event begins at 1 p.m. in the Student Union and features music through by the LLCC Big Band, directed by Jane Hartman, professor of music. Speakers include Craig Findley, chair, LLCC Board of Trustees; Dr. Charlotte Warren, president; Dr. Robert Poorman, LLCC’s first president; Bill Craig, founding faculty member; and Brandon Lewis, current student trustee. Eldon Greenwood, founding trustee, and Bill Ames, first LLCC student, will be recognized. A 25th anniversary time capsule will be opened, and a new capsule filled and sealed by students from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. The new 50th anniversary book “50 Forward!” will debut and be on sale.
Following the ceremony, visit the opening reception and 50th anniversary historic display in the James S. Murray Gallery. Women’s and men’s basketball games begin at 1 and 3 p.m. respectively in Cass Gym. The LLCC Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2017 will be introduced during halftime of the men’s game at approximately 3:30 p.m.
Please mark your calendar and join us for this historic occasion!
Click below for the new spring 2017 Academic Innovation & eLearning workshop schedule.
We ask that you register in advance for each session you would like to attend. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding these sessions.
The Feminist Activist Coalition is issuing a call for theatrical monologues or ensemble pieces depicting personal stories about identity for an original production, titled “Cis-iety Interrupted.” The piece may be either comedic or serious. We intend some performances will include adult content. While anyone of any age may write and submit a piece, performers must be at least 18 years old. Send all submissions by Feb. 1 to FAC advisor, Dr. Deborah Brothers via email@example.com. For more information, contact FAC club President, Terrelle Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“50 Years of the Lamp” curated by Tim McKenzie, assistant professor of journalism and humanities, is now on display in the James S. Murray Gallery on the upper level of Menard Hall. Don’t miss this look back at the college’s history, both hard news and humor, through the eyes of student journalists.
A reception for the exhibit will be held Tuesday, Jan. 17 from 5-7 p.m. Current and past journalism students are especially invited.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for a Child Development Teacher. Complete information on this position can be found on the HR Employment site.
Kevin Lust, director, Illinois Small Business Development Center at LLCC, was interviewed Jan. 12 on Sports Radio 1450 about the services offered at ISBDC.
If you know of a student preparing for college or interested in attending LLCC, please invite them to Campus Visit Day Monday, Feb. 20 (Presidents Day).
If you would like to participate with an informational table, please email email@example.com or call her at 6.9657.
High school students and their parents, along with new and returning adult learners, are invited. The free event is being held at the LLCC Springfield campus, with two sessions scheduled, 10 a.m.-noon and 5-7 p.m. Check in at A. Lincoln Commons will open 30 minutes prior to each session beginning. Reserved parking for Campus Visit Day visitors will be available in lots 7 and 8 near the Trutter Center. Registration for Campus Visit Day is available at www.llcc.edu/cvd or by calling 217.786.2577.
Campus Visit Day is a special campus preview event designed for individuals interested in starting or finishing a college degree or certificate. Both morning and evening sessions include an informational presentation on how to get started with the enrollment process, how to pay for college and other information relevant to becoming a successful college student. Next, visitors can view exhibits and speak with LLCC representatives of academic programs and student services. Tours also are offered of Menard and Sangamon Halls, and the Workforce Careers Center. Refreshments are provided by LLCC’s Culinary Arts program.