Call for faculty participation–Assessment Proficiency Project

The Assessment Proficiency Project at LLCC is designed to increase faculty understanding in assessment practices and promote a culture of assessment through participation in identified assessment activities. To a limited number of full-time faculty participants, this project will offer an opportunity to complete assessment activities during academic year of 2015-16. Upon completion of the project, full-time faculty who have met the requirements will receive additional professional development funds equivalent to the annual amount in the current contract.

For more information contact Dr. Taiebeh Hosseinali at thosseinali@llcc.edu.

WQLZ Ticket Stop and Open House tonight

LLCC’s Workforce Careers Center will be a “WQLZ Ticket Stop” tonight from 4-6 p.m. for the upcoming Godsmack/Sevendust rock concert in Springfield. WQLZ is broadcasting live and providing giveaways. Anyone who comes will be eligible to win tickets to the Sept. 27 concert at the Prairie Capital Convention Center. (Sorry, LLCC employees are not eligible to win the tickets, but you are welcome to stop by!)

In addition, there is an Open House scheduled during that time, with tours of the Workforce Careers Center and faculty/staff on hand to answer questions about enrolling in classes.

 

In the News

Mark Hardiman, professor of theatre, appeared on Good Day Illinois on Fox 55 May 21 to promote “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” to be presented by LLCC Theatre and Theatre in the Park beginning May 29.

Click HERE for ticket and more information.

Mac Squibb and Amanda Monke selected for Phi Theta Kappa All-Illinois Academic Team

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Dr. Claire Gordon and Tim Humphrey (PTK advisors) Amanda Monke, Mac Squibb, Don Ecklund (PTK advisor)

Jonathan “Mac” Squibb of Chatham and Amanda Monke of Springfield were selected as Lincoln Land Community College’s representatives on the 2015 Phi Theta Kappa All-Illinois Academic Team. Community colleges in Illinois select two students yearly for the prestigious honor. Honorees were recognized at a banquet in Springfield April 28, sponsored by the Illinois Community College System.

Squibb, a computer science and mathematics major, serves as president and founder of the LLCC Robotics Club. He also serves as president of the LLCC Honors Program and vice president of the Alpha Epsilon Kappa chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. During the summer, Squibb will be researching for the U.S. Department of Energy at the Sandia National Laboratories in California.

Monke, an English major, serves as president of the LLCC English Studies Club, which she reinstated in 2014. She also serves as the vice president of the LLCC Honors Program and a student representative on the Honors Council. Monke plans to transfer to Missouri Baptist University in the fall to pursue a degree in English.

Phi Theta Kappa is the leading academic honor society for students at two-year colleges. Students are eligible for membership with grade point averages of 3.5 or above.