Matthew Schownir, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, is giving a presentation today, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m. titled, “Constitution Day 2021: Are We in a Constitutional Crisis?” The presentation is available via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88134355467.
In addition, LLCC Student Life will be hosting the following activities:
From noon to 1:30 p.m., Student Life staff members will be in A. Lincoln Commons for the Pop a Fun Fact event. Students can enjoy some popcorn and learn about not-so-common Constitutional facts.
Students can check out the Lincoln Landing App’s News Feed for a Constitution Day Quiz from noon to 5 p.m. They can test their knowledge and are sure to learn something new!
Matthew Schownir, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, will give a presentation tomorrow, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m. titled, “Constitution Day 2021: Are We in a Constitutional Crisis?” The presentation will be available via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88134355467.
Matthew Schownir, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, will give a presentation Friday, Sept. 17 at 11 a.m. titled, “Constitution Day 2021: Are we in a Constitutional crisis?” The presentation will be available via Zoom, with the link to be announced.
LLCC is offering a new business operations facilitator certificate beginning this fall. The program can be completed in two semesters and provides an introduction to business and accounting principles and an in-depth exploration of business software applications.
“This certificate is designed for students interested in careers as scheduler/production clerks and office support assistants. Responsibilities of the business operations facilitator center around keeping the business operations running smoothly by coordinating people, resources, time and customers,” says Dr. Victor Broderick, dean of social sciences and business at LLCC. “It can be fast-paced with no two days exactly the same.”
Completed certificate classes can also be applied toward LLCC’s business management associate in applied science degree if students wish to continue their education.
Fall semester registration at LLCC is underway and open through Aug. 21. Text 217-292-7874 to find out how to get started. Learn more about LLCC’s business programs at www.llcc.edu/business.
LLCC has been named a top college in Illinois for online criminal justice programs by Criminal Justice Degree Hub in its recently published “10 Best Online Criminal Justice Programs in Illinois for 2021.” LLCC is ranked No. 10.
An announcement of the rankings states, “An online criminal justice degree program from one of Illinois’ colleges and universities helps working professionals make advances in their career … Students who need flexibility in their education due to work obligations are well-served.”
“LLCC offers online options for the associate in arts and associate in applied science degrees in criminal justice,” explains Becky Parton, dean of academic innovation and eLearning at LLCC. “Our faculty receive intensive training in online teaching, and with a low student-to-faculty ratio, our online students receive personal attention in their classes.”
For 24 years, LLCC has provided affordable, high quality courses online and maintains the highest level of accreditation for online teaching from the Higher Learning Commission.
Dr. Mark Roehrs, professor of history, encourages students to learn how events from the past shape our lives today. HIS-111 covers U.S. History to 1877 and is one of the many eight-week LateStart classes beginning March 15. It’s not too late for students to enroll! www.llcc.edu/latestart
Know of LLCC students interested in a teaching career? Encourage them to attend the LLCC Education Career Day virtual event Tuesday, Feb 23, 9-11 a.m. to speak to representatives of various transfer schools offering bachelor degrees in education, including Western Illinois, Eastern Illinois, Greenville and Quincy Universities; Illinois College and Blackburn College.
History classes at LLCC are engaging and teach life lessons that prepare students for the workforce. Watch videos from Matt Schownir, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, and Mark Roehrs, Ph.D., professor of history.
Prospective students are invited to an info session this evening at 5 p.m. to learn about majors in social sciences and business. Please encourage any prospective students you know to sign up at www.llcc.edu/forward.
The next session will take place tomorrow, Oct. 13, 5:30 p.m., and will feature programs in LLCC’s Transportation and Industrial Centers of Excellence.
These info sessions are a part of October’s Moving Forward to LLCC events, which include virtual info sessions, a campus cruise and more!
Moving Forward to LLCC virtual information sessions on majors and career training programs began yesterday evening with “Moving Forward to LLCC in Health Professions.” Presenters were Dr. Cynthia Maskey, Janelle Murphy, Nick Ferreira and Emily Smith. Prospective students learned about the variety of programs available in health professions, opportunities in the field and next steps to enroll.
The next session on Monday, Oct. 12 will feature programs in LLCC’s Social Sciences and Business Department. Invite prospective students to register for this event and view additional October opportunities and ways to move forward to LLCC at www.llcc.edu/forward!