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August 4, 2014

Parking Lot 5 & 6

Please be aware that parking lots 5 & 6 are assigned for restricted and properly designated parking only. These lots are not general faculty, staff or student parking areas (handicapped parking excluded). Parking in these lots without proper designation or approval will result in the issuance of parking tickets and/or administrative consequences as ascribed in the appropriate Employee Handbook. Parking in lots 5 & 6 without the properly issued red hang-tag is prohibited. These hang-tags are issued by Campus Police and the distribution is restricted. If a parking ticket is issued for unauthorized parking in lots 5 & 6, payment should be made to the Virginia Western Cashier located in Chapman Hall. If a parking ticket appeal is requested, please refer to the college’s Parking Regulations for guidance on parking related issues.

 

Thank you,

Craig Harris

Chief of Campus Police

VWCC Employment Opportunity

Human Resources is currently accepting applications for the following position:

  • Fitness Center Assistant (Part-time)
    • Deadline:  08/11/2014 by 5pm (EST)

For more details about our application process and/or to complete the online application, please visit our website:  www.virginiawestern.edu/hr and select "CAREER OPENINGS".  Please feel free to contact HR, 857.7282, with any questions!

AHA – 2014 Heart Walk

Did you know that Heart Disease is the number one killer of women and men in America? Stroke is the number four cause of death in the U.S. Heart Disease and stroke claim more lives than all cancers combined.

As a result of local American Heart Association fundraisers major medical breakthroughs such as CPR, anti-rejection drugs, angioplasty, drug-coated heart stents and hypothermia therapy have been discovered and help in saving lives.

The 2014 Heart Walk will be Saturday, October 18th at 10a.m. at River’s Edge Park South. Our team goal is $1,500 and we need your help! Stop in Marketing, pick up a walker packet and get started today! The walk is four miles and can walkers, runners and bikers are encouraged to attend. Strollers and dogs (on a lease) are welcome.

Contact Tara Nepper to sign-up.

JDRF – Walk to Cure Diabetes

Join the Virginia Western team in the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes at the Taubman Museum at noon on Sunday, September 28th. Our team goal is $1500 and we need your help to make that happen!

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which a person's pancreas loses the ability to produce insulin — a hormone essential to turning food into energy. It strikes both children and adults suddenly and is unrelated to diet and lifestyle. It requires constant carbohydrate counting, blood-glucose testing, and lifelong dependence on injected insulin.

With T1D there are no days off, and there is no cure. That's why JDRF holds more than 200 Walks across the country every year to raise money for JDRF — the only global organization with a strategic research plan to end T1D.

The JDRF Walk has raised more than $1 billion through the hard work and generosity of supporters like you. Every dollar JDRF directs toward research comes from our donors. So, the more our walkers raise, the closer we get to reaching our goal of a world without T1D.

Thank you for your support of the JDRF Walk! Together, we will turn Type One into Type None. Contact Josh Meyer or Tara Nepper to sign up.

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Please Delete Panopto Recordings

The Panopto Lecture Capture has a limited amount of storage space, and it's running out. In order to maintain a cost-effective storage model, it was originally agreed upon that only THREE years of recordings would be maintained! Right now, there are a lot of recordings that are nearly four years old, many of which have not been viewed by a student in more than one year.

Video files more than three years old should be deleted and, if still relevant, re-recorded with the most up to date material. Yes, we know that in some cases the information is exactly the same. However, students forced to watch old videos often comment about the perceived value of those video recordings. We hear comments like "If the instructor doesn't care enough to update the recording (replace the videotape, etc.), why should I care about the material?". If you look substantially different, or the slides and information you are showing on the video don't match your current class information and textbook, you should update your recordings, even if it's been less than three years!

Remember: the use of Lecture Capture is an additional instructional tool, NOT a replacement for current, up to date, dynamic instruction!

Thanks for all your help and support!

The Media Geeks