The following student groups are looking for a faculty/staff sponsor.
*Armed Forces Student Association (veteran preferred)
*Human Rights Club
Sponsors are volunteers who serve as a liason between the student group and the college. If you have questions or would like more information about being a sponsor, please contact Natasha Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 857-6326. If you are interested in sponsoring one of these groups, please contact me and I will put you in touch with the student leaders.
Please join us for our Faculty and Staff Annual Fall Picnic on Monday, August 19th to celebrate the beginning of a new college year and the opening of the new Center for Science and Health Professions (CSHP). We will enjoy a barbeque-style lunch buffet from noon to 2 p.m. in the plaza between the Business Science Building and the CSHP. Tours of the CSHP will be available, come join the celebration.
In order to avoid having everyone sign in and to ensure the correct quanity when ordering food, please use the following link to reserve your space at the picnic. http://survey.vccs.edu/wsb.dll/s/41gf6e. Please register by Friday, August 16th.
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!