The annual wellness screening and flu shot clinic for all benefit-eligible employees will be offered on Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Robert H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. Registration is now open. The 2015 LLCC Wellness Screening Guide provides specific information on how to register for the screening.
If you are unavailable Oct. 13 to participate in an onsite screening, there are limited options available. We are unable to offer a makeup date this year. Remote screening through a LabCorp facility is still an option. Unfortunately, the only facility in a 50-mile radius of the main campus is in Decatur, IL. Refer to the attached guide for more information.
All employees and their spouses who are currently enrolled in a LLCC health insurance plan will receive the basic screening FREE OF CHARGE as well as receive a free flu shot! Sign up early to get the appointment of your choice. If a time you are looking for isn’t available when you register, complete your registration and come back to the website at a later date to see if any time slots open up.
Each employee who participates in the wellness screening will also receive a $50 VISA gift card…just for participating!
Loggerpalooza is being held Friday, Sept. 18 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., outside A. Lincoln Commons.
Any department or program interested in participating in Loggerpalooza should contact Amber Berman, email@example.com, or visit the Student Life office by Sept. 9. Exhibitors must be available to staff their exhibit for the duration of the event.
We extend our sympathy to the family of Don Jones, retired professor of chemistry at LLCC. Don’s wife, Midge Jones, passed away recently after a long illness. Private services will be held. Anyone who would like to sign a sympathy card, please see Carrie Henry in the Mathematics and Sciences Department Office (Sangamon 2306) by the end of the day Tuesday, Sept. 8.
LLCC’s Fall Professional Development Day is being held Tuesday, Nov. 3 and ITDE is looking for breakout session presenters. Sessions may include any of or a combination of the following areas of interest: active learning techniques, student engagement, online and hybrid, teaching and learning, pedagogy and methodology, collaborative learning, assessment, unique instructional strategies, student retention, effective feedback, student developed content, active military and veteran students, adult learners/non-traditional students, diverse student populations, technology integration, social media, gamification, flipped classroom, mobile learning, open educational resources, e-textbooks, or any teaching and learning topic of your interest.
Proposals are due by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 and can be submitted online.
Leslie Stalter, professor of art, was interviewed for an upcoming story on the Small World exhibit in the Trutter Center. Janet Semanik, development specialist and Thom Whalen, professor of art, were photographed yesterday for the story. Janet was interviewed previously for the story.
The LLCC PD is offering Basic CPR(cardiopulmonary resuscitation/AED (automated external defibrillator) training on Sept. 17 to all interested faculty and staff. There will be two sessions, one at 8:30 a.m. and one at 1 p.m. Both will be in the R. H. Stephens Room. The training lasts approximately two hours. Interested? Contact Heather Voyles, LLCC Police assistant, at x62278 to reserve a spot.
Beginning Sept. 1, all faculty and staff requests for data/information from the LLCC Institutional Research Office should be requested via a “Data Request” form. The form, IR Data Request, is located in the Electronic Forms Library on the Employee Portal. This change is being implemented to help the IR staff prioritize and track internal data requests.
Read the latest news from the LLCC Foundation in the September issue of “Circle of Friends.”
Bistro To Go, LLCC’s student-run café, will open Monday, Sept. 14 and run through Wednesday, Nov. 18. Bistro to Go will be open Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. It will offer soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees, baked goods and coffee drinks for take-away. Weekly changing menus will be posted on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LlccCulinaryArtsAndHospitalityProgram . We ask for orders no large than six, and no call-in orders.
Read today’s Epicuriosity 101 column, in which Jay Kitterman, consultant, LLCC Culinary Institute, gives the reasons you should take a cooking class, and a list of what’s offered this fall.