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Fall 2016 Convocation

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at the Eastern Campus

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Presentation:

Fall 2016 Convocation Presentation (PDF)

Photos:

Click here to view photos in Flickr

Videos:

Awards:

Click here to view the Faculty and Staff Awardees

Program Agenda:

2016 Fall Convocation Program (PDF)

8:00 a.m.- Breakfast
9:00 a.m.- Convening of Convocation
9:10 a.m.- Opening Remarks with College Leadership
9:45 a.m.- Faculty Awards Ceremony
10:45 a.m.-  Enhancing the Student Experience
11:15 a.m.- Breakout Sessions
12:15 p.m.- Lunch
1:30 p.m.- Academic Counterparts Meeting
3:00 p.m.- New Employee/Award Winner Reception
3:00 p.m.- Special Counterparts and Governance Committee meetings
4:00p.m.- Joint AAUP and Faculty Senate Meeting

The program will feature remarks from JSFC Chair Mary, AAUP President Ed Foley, President Johnson, and Dean Onkey. After the Faculty Award Ceremony, there will be a 90 minute faculty engagement update and breakout sessions featuring the six joint admin-faculty teams meeting this summer: FYE/Second Semester, Pathways, Degree Works, Care Teams, and PLA (Prior Learning Assessment).

Directions:

Fall Convocation will begin in the Simon and Rose Mandel Theatre at the Eastern Campus. For interactive directions, visit http://www.tri-c.edu/drivetoeast

Please be aware that if you plan to use I-480 or other major interstates, there are often eastbound traffic delays on weekday mornings.  

Special Announcements:

Enhancing the Student Experience

This summer, faculty and administration partnered in new ways as a set-up for the next academic year. There were six joint strategic teams formed around the following crucial work: Faculty Service and Professional Development; Second Semester Experience; Care Teams; Pathways; Prior Learning Assessment (PLA); DegreeWorks. The below flipbook contains the team’s weekly updates that were communicated College-wide.

Enhancing the Student Experience Flipbook (click here)

 Employee Giving Campaign

The Cuyahoga Community College employee giving campaigns are how, together, we make a difference for our students, our college and our community. There are three ways to give back to the College and the community: the Combined Campaign, Cuyahoga Community College Foundation, and Citizens for Cuyahoga Community College. There will be pledge forms available at Convocation. Click on the link below for more information for this year’s Employee Giving Campaign.

Giving Campaign Announcement (click here)

 One Door Update

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37Ax5GG12vY&feature=youtu.be


Information Technology Services (ITS)

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Reminder:  Information Technology  (ITS) upgraded academic, open lab and classroom computers to Microsoft Windows 10 with Office 2016 for fall semester. For more information on requesting software and training options, please visit our service catalog page: http://itservices.tri-c.edu/desktopservices/windows-10-for-faculty-and-staff.html

You may need to submit a request to include your software on the Windows 10 academic image if it is not on the list in our catalog.
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Safe Zone Ally Training Sessions: 2016-2017

safe zoneCuyahoga Community College cares about ending all forms of oppression. A Safe Zone is considered a space where everyone will be listened to and respected regardless of sexual orientation/gender identity or expression. The Safe Zone logo is a way to designate a “safe space,” whether on an office window, door, or on a button. People should feel comfortable in this open and affirming space to openly discuss LGBTQ/Ally (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Questioning) related issues. Participants will become aware of issues of concern to folks of all sexual orientations/gender identity & expressions, and become certified as Safe Zone Allies if they choose. Other interactive topics covered will be: review of LGBTQ research/data, awareness building activities, learning relevant resources, and exploring how to discuss related topics with others. Sign up via TEC and join the 400+ Certified Safe Zone Allies. Students who would like to attend may email Michelle.Nicopolis@tri-c.edu.

Fall 2016 Trainings
WS/CCW.…..….Thursday, September 22 (4:00-6:00 p.m.; CCW TBA)
Metro….………… Tuesday, October 11 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; MLA 118)
West………………..Wednesday, October 12 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; WSS G-4A)
East…………………Thursday, November 3 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; TBA)
JSTC……………….Monday, December 5 (12:00–2:00 p.m.; Rm. 107

Spring 2017 Trainings
Metro……………….Thursday, February 16 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; MLA 118)
West……………..Wednesday, February 22 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; WSS G-4B)
WS/CCW………Tuesday, February 28 (4:00-6:00 p.m.; CCW TBA)
East…………………Thursday, March 30 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; TBA)
District……….….Monday, April 10 (12:00-2:00 p.m.; TBA)
West…………….Tuesday, April 18 (3:00-5:00 p.m.; WSS G-4B)

Spring 2016 Convocation:

Do you want to watch the highlights of the Spring 2016 Convocation at Metro? Click on the video link below.

Spring 2016 Convocation Program (PDF)

Spring 2016 Convocation Video: https://youtu.be/o4HR3VhCxhs

 

 

 

 

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