Kevin Lust, director of the ISBDC, was interviewed for an article in the SJ-R’s
tabloid on 100-year-old businesses. Read the article HERE.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising the Vice President, Administrative Services position. Complete information on this position can be found on the HR Portal.
An interview with Dr. Charlotte Warren, president, will air on WUIS at 12:35 p.m. and 7:35 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday) on WUIS radio. (91.9 FM)
Diane Clark, assistant director, public relations, was interviewed by the SJ-R Jan. 23 for this story on scholarship opportunities through the LLCC Foundation.
Campus safety was the topic of this story on WAND featuring Brad Gentry, police chief.
ITS has recently added John Turley to their team as the new Service Desk Coordinator. John is located at the Help Desk in Sangamon 1132 and can be reached at 6-4901 or email@example.com.
The Human Resources Office is currently taking names of employees who are interested in participating in on campus meetings with Weight Watchers. Please contact Kim Elder, (6)2214 or firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested. If we get enough interest, an informational meeting will be set up at a later date. Please watch LincIn for more announcements!!
Jay Kitterman, director, Culinary Institute, was interviewed by the SJR for an article in the Sunday, Jan. 26 edition regarding Culinary Institute spring classes.
LLCC was on the news at 5, 6 and 10 yesterday. WAND-17 ran a story about our police training and preparations in the event of a campus shooting. Police Chief Brad Gentry was interviewed. WCIA-3 had a story on the increase in truck driver training jobs posted online, featuring interviews with Bob Howard, truck driver training director, and student Darin Brauer.
LLCC’s Quality Checkup Report is now available on LLCC’s AQIP page. The Quality Checkup Report is a Higher Learning Commission (HLC) document prepared by the review team after completing a site visit. Its purpose is to document the team’s findings and communicate those findings to the HLC as well as the institution under review. The report references conversations held with various groups during its visit, reports on the accuracy of LLCC’s Systems Portfolio, comments on the how well LLCC demonstrated meeting the Criteria for Accreditation, and provides feedback regarding federal compliance expectations. Please address any questions on the report to Chris McDonald or Tricia Kujawa, the college’s AQIP co-chairs, through AskAQIP@llcc.edu .
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president, was interviewed Jan. 21 by WUIS on the LLCC mission and plans for 2014. The interview will air Monday, Jan. 27. We will announce a more specific time when it is provided.
Our sincere sympathy to Cheryl Vertrees, admissions office coordinator/student records evaluator, on the passing of her father, Tom Lippincott. Visitation is tonight (Tuesday) from 5-7 p.m. atHull United Methodist Church in Hull. The funeral is Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the church, with burial in Kinderhook Cemetery in Kinderhook. Memorials may be made to Barry Food Pantry or Hull United Methodist Church Altar Guild, in care of the James O’Donnell Funeral Home in Hannibal, Mo.
At the Dec. 2nd Professional Development Team meeting, a discussion was held regarding the membership and purpose of the team. A recommendation was drafted to change the team charter. Click HERE for more details.
The Shared Governance Council held a meeting Dec. 3, at which they approved recent updates to the Bylaws, welcomed new members and elected Cynthia Maskey, dean, Health Professions, as the new Chair. View the full minutes to read about other items discussed.
At the Dec. 4th meeting, the Cultural Awareness Team reviewed the feedback from the Institutional Improvement Day survey and discussed the use of this information. Click HERE for the full minutes.