Monthly Archives: April 2014

Internet Explorer Flash Vulnerability!

Colleagues,

Several reputable sources, including Microsoft, have reported 2 critical vulnerabilities   with   all current versions of Internet Explorer.

These vulnerabilities allow for a hacker to gain the same privileges on the computer as the person signed in.

The patch to fix Internet Explorer is not yet published.

The College is asking that you use the Internet browsers Chrome or Firefox if possible. You may choose to strengthen Internet Explorer by following this security advisory–Microsoft   Security Advisory 2963983.

Here is a link to the advisory if you want further information – https://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/security/2963983.

College-owned sites or partner sites (Office365, D2L, Concur) should be safe so the use of IE is OK.

 LCC-owned computers will be updated when Microsoft publishes the patch.

 Please address questions to the Help Desk – lcc1@lcc.edu or 517-483-5221.

 Kevin Bubb

 Chief Information Officer

  Lansing Community College

LCC Performing Arts Palooza!

Lansing Community College Performing Arts Department

PA-Palooza!
The end of each semester finds LCC student performers on stage with a dozen music and theatre events from April 25-May 10 at Lansing Community College, all but one are free!

LCC Percussion Ensemble directed by Beth Lewis
7:30 p.m. Friday April 25
Dart Auditorium

Musical Scenes Showcase directed by Kelly Stuible
7:30 p.m. Friday April 25 and Saturday April 26
LCC Black Box Theatre, 168 Gannon Building

Lansing Concert Band
3 p.m. Sunday April 27
Dart Auditorium

 LCC Vocal Pop & Jazz Ensemble directed by Kelly Stuible
7:30 p.m. Tuesday April 29
Dart Auditorium

LCC Jazz Band directed by Jon Gewirtz
7:30 p.m. Friday May 2
Dart Auditorium

 The Adventures of Harlequin, 2nd semester studio theatre directed by Connie Curran-Oesterle
7:30 p.m. Friday May 2 and Saturday May 3
LCC Black Box Theatre

 The LCC Concert Choir with special guests, the DeWitt Community Singers directed by Lydia Erickson
3 p.m. Sunday May 4
Dart Auditorium

 The Experimental Music Ensemble directed by Ty Forquer
7:30 p.m. Tuesday May 6
Dart Auditorium

Improv! A showcase directed by Andy Callis
7:30 p.m. Tuesday May 6
Black Box Theatre

 Commercial Voice Showcase directed by Janine Novenske Smith
10:30 a.m. Thursday May 8
Room 161 Gannon Building

1st semester studio theatre directed by Mary Matzke
7:30 p.m. Friday May 9 and Saturday May 10
Black Box Theatre

Film Fest featuring 4th semester theatre studio students in an original film by Tobin Bates, directed by John Lepard and Tobin Bates, and Stage Combat 2 students in a film directed by John Lennox
9:30 pm. Saturday May 10
Dart Auditorium

 For additional information please contact 517-483-1488 or visit www.lcc.edu/showinfo

LCC Art Week

Art WeekArt Week is hosted by the Art, Design & Multimedia Program. Prospective students can meet faculty, staff and current students for a weeklong celebration of the Arts at Lansing Community College. There will be daily events including a sidewalk chalk drawing competition, movie night, open air sketching and painting, student and faculty exhibitions and more!
The festivities will take place April 28 – May 2 on Washington Square (between the A&S and Gannon Buildings) and in the Art Design & Multimedia classrooms on the lower level of the Gannon Building.

For more information contact Peter Tascarella at tascarep@star.lcc.edu or (517) 483-1642.

List of Events

Monday, April 28 –Sidewalk chalk competition begins at 12 pm.  Outdoor Drawing 10am-12pm, Outdoor Painting 1-3pm.
Tuesday, April 29 –Sidewalk chalk competition continued.  Outdoor Drawing 10am-12pm, Outdoor Painting 1-3pm.
Wednesday, April 30 – Sidewalk chalk competition winners announced at 12 pm.  Outdoor Painting 1-3pm.
Thursday, May 1 – Movie Night in Dart Auditorium at 7 pm.  Outdoor Drawing 10-12pm.
Friday, May 2 – Free Lunch at 12pm.

All Week Long
Student Art Exhibit – GB 147
Faculty Art Exhibit – GB 151
Open AD&M Classrooms w/Student Work
Interactive Wish Board
AD&M Information Table

Enrollment Report 4/11/14

Enrollment reports for Spring 2014 & Summer 2014.

If you are off campus or otherwise unable to access the files, you can produce the report in Argos, using “Daily Enrollment Counts with Prior Year Comparison – S1252”, in the Student / Counts & Statistics folder.

If you have any questions, please contact the Center for Data Science at 517-483-5304.

Spring 2014:
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Summer 2014 Compare by Start of Registration:

MI-ACE Network 2014 Conference

http://lcc.edu/resources/ace_conference/

About MI-ACE Network 2014 Conference

The MI-ACE Women’s Network annual conference is designed by women in higher education for women in higher education, and for those who share their mission, to provide opportunities for professional development in an environment that values connection, inclusiveness, and developing leadership potential. Sessions are tailored with the goal of bringing women together with their peers to engage on topics impacting women in academe today, including issues around public policy and women’s equity. Through this active collaboration, the MI-ACE Women’s Network strives to improve the climate, and enhance professional recognition and career advancement for women working in all of Michigan’s public and private colleges and universities.

The MI-ACE Women’s Network Public Policy Priorities for 2012-2014
Advancement and Support for Women Professionals
Changing Demographics – Access and Opportunity in Higher Education
Funding for Programs that Impact Girls and Women
Cost and Funding Issues in Higher Education
The Michigan ACE Network is committed to identifying, developing the leadership of, advancing, and supporting the retention of women in higher education throughout the state. The MI-ACE Women’s Network 2014 Annual Conference provides a place where Michigan women leaders may find opportunity for professional development, networking, mentoring, advocacy, and support. It will allow time for those who attend to learn new leadership strategies and network with other women in leadership positions across the state.