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April 22, 2013

“Navigate: Get THERE through Team Advising” Logo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Daniel Brown, one of Virginia Western’s Communication Design students, for designing the winning logo for our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)-“Navigate:  Get THERE through Team Advising”.  See the winning logo on the home page slideshow at:  http://www.virginiawestern.edu/.  Thanks to Steve Huff for having his ART 287 students participate in the logo contest as a class assignment.

If you have questions, comments, or concerns about Navigate: Get THERE through Team Advising, please contact Kristel Clark, QEP Coordinator, at kclark@virginiawestern.edu at 540-857-6218.

Volunteer Recognition

On behalf of the Virginia Western Volunteer Center and Student Activities, we would like to say Thank You to the following students/faculty/clubs for participating in "A Semester of Service" during the spring 2013 semester. 

The following students/faculty/clubs volunteered at one or more of the following activities: South Roanoke Nursing Home, The Boys and Girls Club of Southwest VA, Mill Mountain Zoo, Feeding America Southwest VA, West End Center for Youth, day trip to New River Community College, Early Childhood Book Drive, and Hygiene Drive.

  • Michelle Simmons
  • Spencer Holland
  • Monica Perez
  • Mathew Holden
  • Kesha Gates
  • Luz Velez
  • Cienna Taylor
  • Beth Waters
  • Christie Falzone
  • Deborah Ouellette
  • Elizabeth Schmidt
  • Abdulhamid Ojelade
  • Dominique Hunter
  • Brandon Wilcox
  • Alisa Akers
  • Andrew Pence
  • Grace Earnhart
  • James Finchum
  • Catherine Cook
  • Nathalie Balisage
  • Amber Horsley
  • Scott Vandergrift
  • April Rodgers
  • James Wallen
  • Jacqueline Langhorne
  • Tray Stultz
  • Amanda Bradley
  • Jacqueline Busic
  • Leslie Watson
  • Brain Cuddy
  • Jessica Rowland
  • Tonilynne Berry
  • Cailin Smedley
  • Stephania Dorcelus
  • VWCAN
  • Campus Body of Christ
  • Early Childhood Development Program 

Thank You to the CCAP students for their volunteer service this past semester.  The CCAP students participated in a variety of service projects including Feeding America Southwest VA, Charity Cottage Thrift Store, Roanoke Rescue Mission and Habitat for Humanity. 

Thank You to the Virginia Western Community College Educational Foundation, Inc. for your support in making service a priority at Virginia Western.

A Semester of Service, spring 2013 was a resounding success thanks to volunteers like you!  Virginia Western Community College appreciates your gift of time, energy and commitment to your community.

Now Hiring: Good Samaritan Hospice – RN

Good Samaritan Hospice is looking for an ON-CALL RN

Please send cover letter and resume to:

rmeade@goodsamhospice.org or fax to 540.776.0841

Visit www.goodsamhospice.org for more information

Now Hiring: Wells Fargo- Tellers & Personal Bankers

Wells Fargo  is hosting - The 2013 Western VA Career Cafe

TELLER & PERSONAL BANKER

Saturday, April 27, 2013 9:00am- 3:00pm; by appointment only

(to receive your invitation/appo​intment please apply online and complete the position assessment and screening.)

Website: www.wellsfargo.​com/careeres (requisition # 3734708 and 3734710)

 

It’s Time to Play Ball!

Cheer on the Salem Red Sox on April 27th at 6 p.m. as they take on the Lynchburg Hillcats. Come early and watch Dr. Sandel throw out the first pitch. Employees and students get in free with a current Virginia Western ID.

Thank You

 

Thanks to all of you for your kind expressions, gifts, cards, flowers, and most especially for being such wonderful people.  I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work at Virginia Western for 23 years. It was a life changing experience, not only for me, but also for many of the students and others I have been able to interact with.  I thank God every day for allowing me to be able to retire in good health.  I pray for continued blessings for all of you and that you too will one day be able to enjoy the wonderful world of retirement.   Again, thanks!

Gloria Lindsay

 

Please turn off projectors!

As the Media Geeks have upgraded classrooms with the new touch screens, we've started noticing a serous problem:  Projectors are being left on!  Please remember that leaving a projector running when it is not needed is costing us a significant amount of money in replacement bulbs ($300 each) and electricity.

We are asking for your help.   When you turn off the computer, please ALSO touch the "Shutdown" button on the touch panel, and confirm that you want to shutdown by touching the word "Yes" when prompted.  This will turn off the projector. Simply turning off the computer results in a "black" screen, but this is not the same as the projector being off.

The Media Geeks are asking that you visually confirm that you have turned off the projector by looking at the projector and confirming that  the only colored light on the projector is amber.   If you see a green light next to the word "Lamp" on the projector, it is likely that the projector lamp is still on.

Thank you all for your help!

Staff Senate – April 25th

The next Staff Senate Meeting will be held on Thursday, April 25th at 10 a.m. Please advise Amy Maiolo or Tara Nepper of any additional agenda items. Don’t forget that the following items will be discussed at the meeting:

  • Co-Chair nominations (2 year term)
  • Summer meeting date
  • Fall In-Service training topics (please be specific)
  • QEP update
  • Strategic planning update
  • New building grand opening update

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Thank you to everyone for making this a wonderful National Library Week!

—the Brown Library staff