Monthly Archives: May 2014

Internet Explorer Flash Vulnerability Update

Colleagues,

On Wednesday, April 30, a Star Alert email was sent requesting employees to refrain from using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer for general Internet browsing because of two identified information security vulnerabilities.

Microsoft has released patches that fix these vulnerabilities.

These patches are now available and are being automatically pushed to LCC-owned computers.  Feel free to resume using Internet Explorer.

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

Kevin Bubb

CIO

Lansing Community College

 

Film Fest, Rock Band & One Acts Wrap Up Spring Semester

It’s the last weekend of Spring semester and LCC performing arts students are going strong with final productions for everyone to enjoy. The LCC Rock Band plays Dart Auditorium at 7:30 pm Friday, including contemporary, classic and original rock tunes, directed by Chris Rollins. Over in the Black Box, the 1st semester Theatre Studio presents Women vs. Man, Parents vs. Children, Dog vs. Bear?!, a collection of one act plays and monologues about life and love. Directed by Mary Matzke, the free play runs Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm in 168 Gannon Building. On Saturday night, head to Dart at 9:30 pm for Film Fest presenting two short films produced this semester in LCC Theatre classes. The Moor, The Better features John Lepard’s Acting for the Camera students in a comedy about a college production of Shakespeare’s Othello. This original film is co-directed by Lepard and LCC alumn Tobin Bates. John Lennox’s Stage Combat students perform in The Hunted: Bloodsport, a vampire tale directed by Bates. All events are free.  For additional information, please contact the Communication, Media and the Arts Department at 517-483-1546.

Performing Arts on Campus this Weekend!

In Dart Auditorium, LCC’s Jazz Band directed by Jon Gewirtz performs a variety of classic and contemporary jazz tunes at Friday, May 2 at 7:30 pm. On Sunday, May 4 at 3 pm, enjoy romantic, Broadway and classical choral music performed by the LCC Concert Choir with special guests, the DeWitt Community Singers, both directed by Lydia Skrlec Erickson. In the Black Box Theatre (GB 168), the 2nd semester Theatre Studio Program students perform in The Adventures of Harlequin by William Glennon. This delightful tale is in the style of commedia dell’arte, meaning “comedy of art” or “comedy of the profession.” It was a style popularized in 14th-18th century Italy and contains stock characters and an improvised approach. Directed by Connie Curran-Oesterle, this play tells the tale of how Harlequin was added to the troupe in a production perfect for the entire family. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Friday May 2 and Saturday May 3 in 168 Gannon Building. All events are free.

LCC Photography Portfolio on Exhibit at Creole Gallery

LCC’s Photography Class of 2014 will present their portfolio exhibit at the Creole Gallery in Lansing’s Old Town this month. An opening reception will be held Sunday, May 4 from 12-5pm. The Creole Gallery is located at 1218 Turner Street.

For more information please contact the
Communication, Media and the Arts Department
Gannon Bldg, Room 131
Phone: (517) 483-1546

 

Employee Self Service Enhancements: Pay Statement & Leave Balance Views

The March Banner upgrade provided a few enhancements to Employee Self Service.

  • Timesheet approvers can view faculty and staff leave balances in web time entry
  • Faculty and staff can view all leave balance changes
  • Pay Statements will now display Year-To-Date information and have a print friendly option

Please click the below for more details about these improvements.

Self Service Enhancement Details

Sincerely

Human Resources