Exciting additions have been made to the Foundation’s annual Holiday Open House, held in the Gannon Building Michigan Room from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, . These additions include a cash bar, music, food and a silent auction. You can bid on a 2016 Vespa Primavera 50 4T 4V! Other silent auction items include VIP event tickets for the musical Hamilton in Chicago and the Macy’s parade, a cruise and several sports collectibles. Visit the Holiday Open House website to view silent auction items. All proceeds will support LCC Cares. Our goal is to raise $10,000, representing 1,000 meals for students in need. Please RSVP to email@example.com or x1986.
Today’s Fall-2018 enrollment report is now available.
If you have any questions, please contact Holly Ojeda Lomeli at firstname.lastname@example.org or x1959.
Press clips for the week include:
- Dr. Knight discusses cybersecurity (AACC 21st Century Center)
- LCC on Morning Blend (WSYM)
- Runners at LCC for Turkey Trot (WILX)
- Runners at LCC for Turkey Trot (WLAJ)
- Runners at LCC for Turkey Trot (WSYM)
- Former LCC professor named to BWL (Lansing City Pulse)
- DNR December meetings at LCC (The Outdoor Wire)
- Former LCC chief diversity officer starts new role (Worcester Business Journal)
- LCC Foundation hosts fundraiser (Greater Lansing Business Monthly)
- Former LCC professor is Santa Claus (The Argus-Press)
- LCC in Silver Bells in the City Parade (WSYM)
- Judge wants separation of prisoners and college students (Lansing City Pulse)
Starting a Business
Wednesday, Dec. 5
9-11 a.m., WCP 101
Using Data to Drive Growth
Thursday, Dec. 6
10-11a.m., WCP 101
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at LCC is funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and LCC. The SBDC provides seminars and confidential consulting for businesses at all stages, from startups in need of financing to established businesses seeking help with growth strategies. All employees are welcome. Please call x1921 with questions.
Intro to Creative Commons Licensing
Tuesday, Dec. 4
10–11:30 a.m., TLC 321
Fireside Chat with Martha Madigan
Wednesday, Dec. 5
2– 4 p.m., TLC 326
Make Your Course Material Accessible!
Thursday, Dec. 6
10 a.m.–noon, TLC 321
Please join us for StarScapes: LCC Student Innovation and Creativity Showcase.
StarScapes is a student showcase of creative, imaginative and interesting work. Students have the opportunity to share research, capstone presentations, honors option projects or other work with the LCC community.
The event will be held 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 3-4 throughout the Gannon Building. Come and show your support!
LCC has made continuous strides to improve the performance review process for all employees. Most recently, the college moved performance reviews for probationary and post-probationary support employees to the Talent Management System (TMS). It is noteworthy that faculty and administrator performance reviews were previously placed in TMS. The online forms are easy to use and have many advantages over the old paper forms, including:
- No paper to keep track of or pass from person to person.
- The TMS keeps track of when reviews should be assigned and does so automatically.
- Once completed, the document is archived where it can be easily reviewed by those with authorization.
- Reporting allows better tracking of the process.
Support staff performance reviews will automatically assign in accordance with applicable provisions of College Collective Bargaining Agreements and policies. When a task assigns, an email will be sent from email@example.com indicating that a performance review task has been assigned to complete.
Once logged into the TMS, the task will appear on the Welcome Page, under “My Tasks.”
- the LCC Help Desk at x5221 regarding technical issues.
- the Labor Relations and Organizational Development Staff at x1879 regarding TMS process issues.
As an employee of Lansing Community College, you can contribute to a 403(b) TDA or 457 retirement plan through payroll deduction which gives you the opportunity to save more for retirement and at the same time, pay less in current taxes. In addition, your contributions accumulate on a tax-deferred basis, with taxes due upon distribution.
Kirsten Burchill, the Lincoln Financial Advisors Retirement Consultant for the Lansing Community College 403(b) TDA plan and the 457 retirement plan, will be on campus 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, Admin Building, room 102. If you would like to set up an appointment during the daytime or evening that is more convenient for you, please call Kirsten toll free at 1-888-824-1330.
LinkedIn Learning is a training site that contains a large number of professionally produced instructional videos. Subjects include web design, MS office skills, educational software, coding, business topics, photography and much more. If you are unfamiliar with LinkedIn Learning, go to www.linkedin.com/learning and hover over the LIBRARY link. Here you can see the topics offered and preview lessons.
The license allows up to 50 users at a time to have complete access to the entire LinkedIn Learning library. Users will have access to LinkedIn Learning in 2019 from Jan. 7-Dec. 31.
The CTE administers access, and it will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Access is granted for a period of twelve months and may be renewed as demand allows. At the end of each access period, all participants are asked to complete a brief survey.
To request access, email Laura Cottrell (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the CTE by Jan. 4. Include your full name, your user name (TUID) and your division in the request.