The Human Resources office is currently advertising for a part-time Program Assistant-Student Support Services, part-time Student Support Specialist and full-time Student Development Professional. Complete information on these positions can be found on the HR Employment site.
On Wednesday, Oct. 28, the Chemistry Club and Phi Theta Kappa hosted a special Haunted Lab for Hope Institute children and their families.
The LLCC Bookstore is having a clearance sale on select clothing and other items. Stop by and check it out! We are clearing out merchandise to prepare for some exciting new arrivals coming soon.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for various adjunct instructor vacancies for the spring 2016 semester for all locations.
Springfield – ADN, CNA, Sociology, English Composition, Android Digital App Design and Philosophy
Litchfield – Chemistry, Literature and Philosophy
Taylorville – Biology, Chemistry, Criminal Justice (Corrections), Developmental English, English Composition, Literature, Philosophy and Sociology
Beardstown – Developmental English, English Composition, French, Chemistry, Literature and Philosophy
Jacksonville – Developmental English, English Composition, French, Literature and Philosophy
Complete information on all adjunct instructor opportunities can be found on the HR Employment website.
The Environmental Health and Safety Team (EHST) was established by the Shared Governance Council to promote proactive health and safety practices within the college community. The EHST meets on a regular basis and has been involved in issues such as identifying trip hazards, smoking and tobacco use on campus, virus prevention, gender neutral restrooms and the conversion of a storeroom into a lactation room for nursing mothers.
Minutes from the last meeting can be viewed HERE.
Current EHST members include:
Gary Armour, Lab Safety Coordinator and acting Chair
Brad Gentry, Chief of Police and acting Vice Chair
Karie Longhta, Associate Vice President, Finance
Adrienne Frazier, Education Service Representative; Litchfield
Randy Rue, Professor, Law Enforcement; Faculty Representative
Diane Clark, Assistant Director, PRM; Professional Representative
Colleen Pittman, PRM Assistant; Classified Staff Representative
Katie Robinson, Student Representative
Heather Voyles, Assistant to the Police Chief
Dave Bretscher, Director, Facilities Services
Visitors are encouraged to attend any meetings and can contact the Chair, Gary.Armour@llcc.edu, or the Vice Chair, Brad.Gentry@llcc.edu, for a meeting schedule. Any immediate health or safety concerns should be directed to:
LLCC Police, 786-2278
Facilities Services, 786-2304
Dave Bretscher, 786-2238; David.Bretscher@llcc.edu
Jay Kitterman, consultant, Culinary Institute, is this week’s featured author of Epicuriosity 101.
Open registration begins for spring 2016
Bistro to Go is open, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Order in advance by emailing email@example.com. See this week’s awesome menu: Bistro to Go 10.26.15.
LLCC farm stand is open, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., outside Bistro Verde. Various greens and radishes available for purchase.
LLCC Board of Trustees meeting, 5:15 p.m., R.H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. View the October board agenda HERE.
Make sure to check out the day’s schedule of activities and other information at: http://www.llcc.edu/prodevday.
New this year is the #prodevday mobile app to enhance your
Professional Development Day experience. With this app, you can:
• view session descriptions and maps of session locations
• personalize your schedule for the day
• connect your Twitter account (don’t forget to use the hashtag #prodevday to tweet about the day!)
• connect with other attendees
• share pics to the ProDevDay photo gallery!
The app is easy to download and easy to use. More information about the app, including videos on how to download it and how to use it can be found at: http://www.llcc.edu/prodevday/prodevday-app/
Arts and Humanities hosts the third and final presentation in its East Asia Film and Lecture Series Thursday, Nov. 5 from 6-9 p.m. in the Trutter Center. There is no charge to attend.
The film “Tokyo Story” (1953), will be shown, followed by a discussion led by Elizabeth Oyler, associate professor of Japanese and director of the Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign.
“Tokyo Story,” directed by Yasujiro Ozu, has been described as a profoundly stirring evocation of elemental humanity and universal heartbreak. The film, which follows an aging couple’s journey to visit their grown children in bustling postwar Tokyo, surveys the rich and complex world of family life with the director’s customary delicacy and incisive perspective on social mores. “Tokyo Story” plumbs and deepens the director’s recurring theme of generational conflict, creating what has been called “one of cinema’s greatest masterpieces” (Film Comment) and “one of the three greatest films ever made” (Sight and Sound Critics’ Poll 1992).
Discussion leader Elizabeth Oyler’s research focuses on pre-modern Japanese literature and drama, particularly works of the medieval period focused on the rise of the samurai class. She teaches courses on pre-modern Japanese literature and theater as well as classical Japanese language. Her publications include the book “Swords, Oaths, and Prophetic Visions: Authoring Warrior Rule in Medieval Japan,” and she was co-editor of the volume “Like Clouds or Mists: Translations and Studies of Noh Plays of the Genpei War.”
The East Asia Film and Lecture Series is offered in partnership with the Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies at UIUC. In the spring semester, LLCC is offering “Cultural Values in the Eastern World” (Humanities 201) Thursday evenings, taught by English professors Paul Van Heuklom and Ashley Green. Students will explore the literature, music, philosophy and fine arts of the Eastern culture as well as complexities in the development of the human spirit.