Karla Martin, LLCC’s outstanding graduate, was the subject of this story, “Non-traditional student is LLCC’s outstanding graduate,” including comments from Dr. Paul Hudson, professor of business, in the Sunday, May 11 State Journal-Register.
The LLCC baseball team was featured in a WICS and FOX 55 profile May 11 and 12. Coach and Athletic Director Ron Riggle was interviewed. The team finished its regualr season with a pair of wins and are now 40-15 on the year, the most wins in a single season record. Regional play begins Thursday.
The LLCC softball team was featured in an SJ-R story. The Lady Loggers defeated Patrick Henry twice (11-1, 3-0) in Hendersonville, Tennessee to advance to the 2014 NJCAA Nationals in Clinton, MS (May 14-17). The Loggers have a 50-14 record.
Dr. Judy Jozaitis, vice president, Workforce Development and Community Education, and John Mitchell, program coordinator, Workforce Development, were interviewed May 9 for a FOX-55 and WICS story on creating a pipeline of workers through workforce training programs.
Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, and Jolene Adams of the Culinary Institute demonstrated recipes and gave samples to the crowd at the Indulge event for women at White Oaks Mall May 8. Terri Hinrichs, recruitment coordinator, represented the college at the event also.
Today from 2-4 p.m., the Arts & Humanities Department is hosting a retirement celebration in the James S. Murray Gallery for four faculty retirees: Jeri Buckner, Mary Fortner, Theresa Kanoza, Jean Ladendorf and Bill McCall.
Thursday, May 15, 2 to 4 p.m. in the Trutter Center is the combined retirement reception for David Laubersheimer, dean of Arts and Humanities, and Glenda Thomas, assistant to the dean of Arts and Humanities.
Minutes have been posted from the Shared Governance Council meeting recently held on May 5, 2014. View the minutes to learn about actions taken regarding the dissolution of the Professional Development Team.
March minutes also provide some discussion of the issue.
The Capital City Training Center is offering a new Massage Therapy program that will run August 4, 2014 through June 22, 2015. View this flier to learn more!
Julie Rourke, director, Workforce Development, was interviewed by the SJ-R for an upcoming story on the use of plastic bags vs. reusable bags.
Dr. Paul Hudson, professor of business, was interviewed by the SJ-R for a story this Sunday on LLCC Outstanding Graduate Karla Martin.
Shanda Byer, assistant director of LLCC-Beardstown, introduces us to some of the unique and diverse students served at that location in this video.
The video was originally shown at the March Board of Trustees meeting in Beardstown.
Congratulations to retirees, those celebrating service anniversaries, and the winners of these special awards. Click HERE for a photo album from the event.
Drs. Raymond and Ann Pearson Master Teacher: Bill Harmon, Professor, Agronomy
Distinguished Service Awards: Sylvester “Chad” Jones, Building Custodian; Dr. Anthony DiMaggio, Political Science Faculty; Nicole Ralph, Director, Employment and Benefits; Paula Hermes, Programmer Analyst
Click to read all the honorees: Retirees, Service Anniversaries, Nominees for Pearson Master Teacher
Also honored were NISOD Excellence Award Winners Michelle Coakes and Dee Krueger.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for a Custodial Foreman. Complete information on this position can be found on the HR Portal.
Over the past several months ITS has been involved in extensive planning toward the replacement of our existing phone system and accompanying infrastructure. The project is being implemented in three phases with the majority of phase I complete. We are excited to announce that phase II of the project has begun this week. We are working with Dell on this second phase of the project, which will include the installation of the campus and regional infrastructure, followed by the transition of the ITS staff (to work out the bugs) and the regional staff phones. The initial deployment is expected to last six weeks and will provide transitioned users a contemporary phone system that will offer improved features and increased reliability. Once phase II is complete, we anticipate adding additional departments to the system in a timely manner. We will have more information to send out on this project in the near future and will be working closely with the regional sites for input and feedback during this upcoming phase.
The phone systems replacement project is being implemented in three phases: Phone system phases