LLCC holiday cards are available. Faculty and staff may pick them up at the information desk in A. Lincoln Commons or in the PRM office.
This week’s Illinois Times will feature the LLCC music program as its cover story! Interviewed for the feature were Jane Hartman, professor of music, Jason Waddell, music instructor, David Laubersheimer, dean, Arts and Humanities, along with several students and others.
Also In the News this week:
Nicole Swartz, instructor, Culinary Institute, demonstrated Matcha Cheesecake and Spiced Cranberry Compote on the WICS Midday program Dec. 9.
Fall semester, MOD II & Short semester grades are due Monday, Dec. 23 at noon. Faculty should check their LLCC email for details. Online Grading Notices are distributed via faculty llcc.edu email only.
Dr. Chris McDonald, professor of political science, was interviewed by WICS Dec. 6 on the passing of Nelson Mandela. Chris was discussing Mandela’s legacy with his LLCC-Taylorville class and allowed the reporter to sit in on the discussion.
|We now have a menu! Click HERE to view what we’re serving! LLCC Culinary Students are hosting a dinner and a lunch next week in Bistro Verde to raise money for student scholarships! The meals are prepared and served by Food Production 1 students with rolls and dessert by Baking and Pastry classes.
Monday 12/9 dinner: 6:30 pm or 7 pm seating and Wednesday 12/11 lunch: 11:30 am or Noon seating. Email or see Nancy Sweet for reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 786-4613. Reservations required. Will take reservations on a first-come, first- served basis. Can pay by cash or check when you arrive. $15/person. Please let Nancy Sweet know if you have questions.
“The Importance of Being Earnest” presented by LLCC Theatre this weekend and next, was featured in the A and E section of the SJ-R Dec. 5.
Please check your date stamps to ensure that 2013 is not the last year on your stamp. If you need a date band replacement, contact Holly Walton in Purchasing at email@example.com or 6-2260.
LLCC Theatre’s fresh take on Oscar Wilde’s comedy “The Importance of Being Earnest” opens this weekend with performances on Dec. 6, 7, 13 and 14 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. in the lower level of Sangamon Hall South. The production, directed by Mark Hardiman, assistant professor of theatre, will explore the world of steampunk by drawing on fashion of the Victorian era. Tickets, at $12 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors, are available at the event ticket window in Menard Hall or by calling 6.2762.
The Curriculum Team met Nov. 15. View the minutes to learn about recommendations discussed and approved by the team at this meeting.
The Environmental Health & Safety team met Nov. 18. Topics dicussed include smoking areas on campus, handling suspected drug/alcohol use and concerns regarding after-hour radio communication between Police and Facilities Departments. Click HERE to view the full minutes.
Leslie Johnson, director, LLCC-Litchfield and Hillsboro, and Tisha Miller, operations analyst, were interviewed Dec. 4 for the “Wednesday Morning Talk Show” on WSMI AM 1540 . They discussed the weatherization program, new courses being offered , spring registration information and upcoming events at LLCC-Litchfield.