The Arts & Humanities Department is hosting a retirement celebration for FIVE faculty retirees: Jeri Buckner, Mary Fortner, Theresa Kanoza, Jean Ladendorf and Bill McCall. Their combined retirement reception is Friday, May 9, 2-4 p.m. in the James S. Murray Gallery. If anyone would like to make a donation to assist with the cost of the event, please see Glenda Thomas in the Arts and Humanities office (ext. 62318). Hope to see you there!
On Tuesday, April 29, members of the LLCC ADN Student-Faculty Committee visited McClernand Elementary to deliver 800 box tops, collected during this school year. This is the second year the club has collected for the school, which utilizes the box top program for things such as classroom supplies, library books, playground equipment and more. Photographed L-R: Lori Beldon, school administrator Karen Sutherland, Brittany Perkins & club advisor Janet Moulton.
On Thursday, May 1, members of the LLCC ADN Student-Faculty Committee visited the Sojourn Shelter with club advisor Brenda Michel to make a donation of 3 boxes full of supplies that the ADN Student-Faculty Committee collected this semester. Photographed L-R: Ashley Hartman, Soujorn Shelter CEO Angela Bertoni, Cassandra Barry and club advisor Brenda Michel.
A group of 37 Beardstown High School Seniors, Culinary students and high school staff visited LLCC Thursday, May 1. The students were taken on a tour of the Workforce Careers Center and listened to a presentation from Mac Warren, Assistant Director-Recruitment and Response, Terri Hinrichs, Recruitment Coordinator, and Craig McFarland, Financial Aid Advisor about opportunities at LLCC-Beardstown and LLCC-Springfield, the registration process and financial aid. Virginia Moore (PRM Student Worker), Rose Raikes, Nancy Sweet, Dan Sheedy, Red Tomnitz and Tom Spears assisted in the tour.
The Curriculum Team met April 25. Click HERE to learn about recommendations discussed and approved by the team at this meeting.
At the February 25 Assessment Team meeting, members reported updates from the Standardized Test Workgroup, GEAR Workgroup and Steering Workgroup. View the minutes for more info.
KUDOS to these employees for going above and beyond to assist others and for living LLCC’s core values! Each will receive a KUDOS certificate today.
Sandra Barnard, Amber Berman, Ira Bradley, Grace Carriker, Shannon Chizmar, Anthony DiMaggio, Robin Eddington, Jane Hartman, Claire Heffron-McKinney, Kelsey Lomelino, Brenda Loschen, Hugh McNiece, Keri Mounce, Becky Parton, David Reynolds, Danny Sheedy, Leslie Stalter, Kirsten Taylor, Jason Waddell, Vickie Ward.
Click KUDOS May 1! to read what they did and who nominated them.
The next KUDOS will be announced June 1. Nominate a deserving colleague by clicking on the KUDOS tab in the upper right corner of LincIn.
The KUDOS award is an informal way to recognize the small and large ways our faculty and staff contribute to the positive environment that is LLCC. The person you nominate will receive a KUDOS certificate, with winners announced monthly in LincIn. You can make an anonymous nomination if you wish. Brighten someone’s day and say “thank you, great job!” with the KUDOS award.
The Public Relations & Marketing Office posts a monthly addendum for the LLCC Directory to keep the campus informed of updates throughout the year. The APRIL addendum has been posted and can be viewed by clicking HERE or visiting the PRM Portal Page and looking under Shared Documents. Please note, there was no March addendum as no staffing changes occurred.
A retirement party for Don Belford, facilities maintenance technician, will be held from 1-2:30 p.m. Wed., April 30 in the grounds metal building.
A blood drive will take place in the Student Union on Wednesday, April 30, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Q and A sessions: May 5, 9-10:30 a.m.; May 8, 2-3:30 p.m., Robert H. Stephens Room
The Board of Trustees has approved health/dental insurance plans and premiums for the 2014-2015 plan year.
If you are making NO changes to your current enrollment, there is nothing you need to do to continue your coverage for FY 2015. Employees need to do an online enrollment under the following conditions: changing plans; adding/dropping dependents; contributing to a flexible spending account; declining health insurance coverage (even if you currently decline the coverage.)
For a complete schedule of benefits for each plan and important notices about your health insurance coverage, click on the appropriate link below. Also, for those enrolling in the High Deductible Plan, the designated Health Savings Account form below must be completed and sent to the HR office.
In compliance with the Affordable Care Act, the College has provided a Summary of Benefits and Coverage for each plan offered. This document, in a standard format, summarizes important information about each health coverage option to help you compare across options. Contact HR if you would like a paper copy. Please refer to the provided Schedule of Benefits above for specific plan information.
Two Lincoln Land Community College students in the associate degree radiography program were winners in the research paper and presentation competition at the Illinois State Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Conference April 23-25 in Peoria.
Brittney Maus of Chestnut placed second for “Anencephaly” and third place was awarded to Mindy Himes of Pawnee for “Ovarian Cancer.” Both students received a certificate and monetary recognition.
Over 240 second year radiography students from Illinois attended the conference. Out of the papers submitted, two of the three students chosen to present were from LLCC.
Lesley Frederick, vice president, Student Services, was interviewed by WICS on the Illinois Veteran’s Grant and its cost to LLCC due to lack of funding from the state of Illinois.
NOTE: Due to an unfortunate camera angle taken by WICS, the three flagpoles in front of Menard look like one pole with the MIA flag on top. As we all know, there are three poles and our police department always follows proper flag etiquette.