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Early LCC Open House April 9

Have you had a chance to see the Early LCC childcare program in action before?

This is your chance!

Early LCC serves children of LCC students and the community, ages 6 weeks – 6 years, is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and received a 5-Star Rating in the State of Michigan’s Great Start to Quality Tiered Quality Improvement Rating System.

Early LCC also serves as the Lab School for LCC students in the Child Development and Early Education program, as well as other academic programs that involve work with young children.

Open House Tours are available this Thursday, April 9, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Employee Deadline April 8 RSVP for Commencement

Lansing Community College’s 2015 Commencement Ceremony will take place on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 2:00pm at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center on the campus of MSU.

FACULTY & ADMINISTRATORS: The deadline for you to RSVP for the 2015 Commencement is this Wednesday, April 8. Please let the support person for your area (listed below) know if you will attend so that your cap and gown may be ordered. Thank you!

Mary Ellen Laatsch, Academic Affairs: laatsm@lcc.edu

Adrienne Jenkins, Information Technology Services: jenkina6@lcc.edu

Lisa Pearce, Financial Services: pearcel@lcc.edu

Ava Towns, Student Affairs Division: clarka@lcc.edu

Terri Christian, Loretta Osborn, Health and Human Services Division: christt4@lcc.edu

Vicky Blaschka, Technical Careers Division: blaschv@lcc.edu

Michelle Londo, Arts and Science Division: hortonm@lcc.edu

Sherry Forrest, Human Resources: forre1@lcc.edu

Marti Burnett, Extended Learning and Professional Studies: heinm@lcc.edu

Amy Campbell, Administrative Services: campbea@lcc.edu

Margo Whalen, Finance, Administration & Advancement: whalenm2@lcc.edu

LaTonya Terry, Risk Management: thomasl4@lcc.edu

Heart of Student Success Grants Available

Lansing Community College is pleased to once again offer The Heart of Student Success grant funding for 2015.  This grant opportunity is designed to support and encourage applied research and creative approaches that promote student success and engagement.

Grants are available up to $5,000 per project (the overall grant amount is subject to FY16 budget approval).  All LCC faculty, staff, and Board of Trustee members are encouraged to apply.  The detailed grant guidelines and the application form are located in the Provost’s Office Public Workspace:  O:\Exec-Public\Provost-Office-Public\Heart of Student Success Grant-Public\2015 Heart of Student Success as well as in the MyLCC/Sharepoint/Interdivisional/Heart of Student Success subsite.

 Completed applications are due to the employee’s supervisor and the Provost’s Office blundyp@lcc.edu by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 1, 2015.

Tech Careers is Hiring

For anyone interested in pursuing a career where he or she can share knowledge and skills with students in a dynamic and diverse learning environment, there will be an Informational Session starting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 14, in the West Campus Auditorium, located at 5708 Cornerstone Drive in Lansing.

The event will feature comments from Matt Dunham, the Dean of Technical Careers, information from a Human Resource’s staff member on the application process, a brief presentation regarding understanding the online application process with an LCC Staff member, and brief comments from the various program faculty.  Following the presentations there will be an opportunity to meet with the faculty to learn more about the exciting things going on in their programs.

Register April 1 at LCC to Vote

Lansing Community College (LCC) and a coalition of community organizations are making it easy for students, staff, and community members to register to vote by holding a voter registration drive on Wednesday, April 1.

The drive will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. , April 1, in the Gannon Building Common’s on LCC’s downtown campus.

Dialogue with President Knight, April 15

The Strategy Forums were well-attended and I appreciated the spirit of the discussions surrounding the Strategic Plan, Operation 100%, and the Climate Survey. With your continued insight and involvement we will move forward with innovation, service and a focus on student success.

I invite you to join me in conversation Wednesday, April 15, 10-11 am in the Health & Human Services Building room 024. Light refreshments will be available.

There is no agenda. I would like to speak for a few minutes, and then I will take questions from you. I’m sure this forum will be productive and offer a valuable exchange.

Thank you for all that you do for the students of LCC.

Brent Knight

Relationship Issues—DISC Training, March 27

The more we understand ourselves, the more we can understand others. The session, at noon, in 326 Gannon Building, is designed to create an awareness of the various personality styles. Participants will learn to identify their predominant personality styles and how this influences how they interact with their teachers, classmates and co-workers. Information covered in this session is designed to improve communication, decrease stress and increase productivity by understanding how to meet the basic needs and expectations of others. This information enhances participants’ ability to connect, communicate and relate more effectively by understanding another’s point of view. Please send RSVPs to Lisa at hastonl@lcc.edu or 483.1274.