1 Serving the campus since 1977 January 7, 2011 Presidents Welcome Students South President Gary Oertli and USA President Tami Haleva welcomed winter quarter students to South at an informal cafeteria meet and greet on January 6. Computer Engineering student Daniel Duarte stopped by to introduce himself.
2 Page 2 W i nte r Wednesday, January 12 Free Seattle Symphony Community Concert Eric Garcia, conductor 7 pm, Brockey Center Sponsored by the West Seattle Kiwanis Thursday, January 13 Winter DRUM Book Club meeting 12 1 pm, JMB 128 Historical Trauma on the African American Community Presentation by Dr. Joy DeGruy 1 3 pm Brockey Center Contact Friday, January 14 The Right to Dream Seattle Community Colleges 37th Annnual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration 12 1:30 pm, Mt. Zion Baptist Church th Avenue, Seattle, Monday, January 17 Martin Luther King Birthday Holiday campus closed. Annual March in Martin Luther King Jr. s Honor Rally at 11 am, March begins at 12 noon at Garfield High School; ends at the downtown Federal Building. South students meet at 10:30 am for vanpool from the college; return to campus at 2 pm.space is very limited reserve a spot by contacting Tuesday, January 18 Winter Transfer Fair 10 am 1 pm, Brockey Center Free Student Budget Workshop 1 2 pm, OLY 206 Contact Chanda Ishisaka at for information. Events calendar Leadership Through Political Engagement 1:15 2:15 pm, JMB 140 Former Washington State representative Velma Veloria will speak to students about leadership through political engagement and community leadership for students of color. In 1992, Veloria became the first Filipina in the continental United States to be elected to a State Legislature, serving 12 years as a State Representative for South Seattle s 11th district. She continues to work for worker s rights and racial justice, and has taught a popular Political Empowerment class through the college s Continuing Education department. Tuesday, January 25 Women s Center 5th Annual Health Fair 11 am 3 pm, Brockey Center A & B 10:30 11 am, Children s Event This is a great opportunity to learn more about nutrition and healthy cuisine, fitness, reproductive health and much more. Please call for more information. Thursday, January 27 TIAA-CREF appointments 9 am 5 pm, Foundation Board Room Schedule your individual appointment by calling (206) Saturday, January 29 Gifts from the Earth 5 11 pm, Brockey Center Please contact Heather Foss at x6616 or ctc.edu, or visit the website at foundation/giftsfromtheearth/ Thursday, February 3 International Student Transfer Fair 2 4 pm, Brockey Center A We want to hear from you! Submissions & Questions: Contact PIO 4-6 weeks prior to an event you want publicized via press release and/or readerboard. Follow us at twitter.com/southseattlecc Find us on Facebook at southseattle.edu/facebook Sustainability Blog: southgoesgreen.blogspot.com Garden Center Blog: pugetridge.blogspot.com Bernie s & Food Court Blog: blogspot.com/ Puget Ridge Garden Center Blog: pugetridge.blogspot.com
3 Page 3 did you know? Orchard on Campus The college is partnering with the non-profit Community Harvest of West Seattle organization to create the Community Orchard of West Seattle (COWS). The orchard will be located at the north end of campus, and is an exciting urban agriculture project that will become a demonstration site for sustainable fruit growing. DRUM Book Club The DRUM Book Club (Diverse Readings to Understand Multiculturalism) provides opportunities for faculty, staff and students to learn about diverse cultures through books and film. Club members read, view, and discuss literary works and/or feature films for the purpose of education and empowerment. The winter quarter selection is Half the Sky by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. If you are interested in joining this quarter s book club, or call to reserve your space. There is no cost to join but the Drum Book Club is limited to first 20 to reserve spaces. Winter quarter meeting takes place Thursday, January 13 in JMB 128. GFTE Nears! South s signature annual event and fundraiser, Gifts from the Earth, is fast approaching Saturday, January 29! Buy your tickets now this event always sells out. For a list of confirmed chefs and wineries, visit the GFTE website at There are many ways you can get involved by attending, contributing an auction item or volunteering. Please contact Heather Foss at x6616 or to join the fun. UTE Applications Universal Technology fee applications for winter quarter are due January 24. Send your proposal as attachment to Cessa Heard-Johnson, and mail a signed copy to UT Fee Committee Chair at Office of Student Life (4JMB 135). Labor Center Celebration South welcomes the Labor Center to its new home at our Georgetown Campus. To celebrate the move, an official opening ceremony will take place Friday, February 11, from 5-7pm in the B building of the Georgetown Campus. This event is a celebration of the Center s new home and an opportunity to meet the Labor Center staff. Refreshments will be served and there will be a special performance by the Seattle Labor Chorus. From the Library Submitted by Shireen Deboo: Remember that many library resources can be accessed from your computer, wherever you are, on or off campus. E-books, web tutorials, online magazines and journals, and more are available from the library website, linked in the signature line. Looking to incorporate research or information literacy more pro-actively into your students coursework? Contact us about how. We can work with you to design assignments for your students that build on the learning outcomes and subject content of your course. We can also schedule classroom orientation sessions and instruction, as stand alone or multi part sessions. New Resources: Despite budget cuts, we have managed to secure a number of online reference sources that vastly expands the starting points available to students across disciplines. Let your students know, and find all of these titles at our e-reference link: ereference.asp. Curriculum and Instruction Committee The Curriculum and Instruction Committee has established the following deadlines for submission of course origination, program revision and course revision materials. Please submit those materials to Karen Whitney no later than the following dates: To implement the class by: Submit no later than: Summer 2011 February 21, 2011 Fall 2011 May 23, 2011 Winter 2011 October 31, 2011 For more information about CIC, the CIC process, or to find necessary forms, meeting minutes, etc, please see the SouthNet webpage:
4 Page 4 did you know? The The, our campus newsletter, is published on a monthly basis by your PIO staff. The South community is encouraged to submit items of interest, including events, awards, presentations, conference attendance, student achievements, and photos. Fun pics also welcome! your items to Mary Kohl, or Candace Oehler, Go Storm! Support your Seattle Community College Men s and Women s Basketball teams. Admission is free for all students, staff and faculty with your current North, Central or South identification card at any home game. Games are held at the NSCC Wellness Center gymnasium. The Storm website is: Catch all of the highlights and standings on our league at Business Cards PIO processes business cards, but your department is billed for your cards directly from the printer. The business card template is located at Southnet under B. Be sure to include quantity and budget number and send completed forms to Cards take anywhere from 3-6 weeks to print. Let s Do Lunch! Let s Do Lunch is a Student Life program that enables students to invite a faculty member to dine at Café Alki, Alhadeff Grill or the cafeteria. Students obtain a Let s Do Lunch Program application in Student Life, JMB Student Center 135. The student then needs to obtain the instructor s signature on the application. Once the appointment has been made, a $30 meal ticket is issued to the student. After lunch, the student will be asked to complete a simple evaluation form. More Mileage The mileage rate for staff will increase from the current $0.50 per mile to $0.51 per mile effective January 1, Write On! The League for Innovation Literary Contest has begun. There are local and national awards in four categories: short fiction, personal essay, poetry and a oneact play. San Diego Community College will host the event this year. The grand prize in each category is $500 and publication. Please share this information with your students as the deadline for entries is March 18, Please contact Mike Hickey at more information on the contest. Applications are available outside Mike s office RSB 192. Get Fit in 2011! Fitness Center hours for winter quarter: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Noon to 4 pm; Tuesday and Thursday 8 am to 4 pm. Foundation News At each meeting, South s Foundation board presents Appreciation awards to faculty, staff and students. The most recent recipients to be honored are: Frank Post, Math instructor; Irina Minasova, interim executive director of Business Operations; and Timothy Lopez, college transfer student. Thanks also go to Chanda Ishisaka. Financial Aid Resource Developer, and May Lukens, API Grant Project Director, for giving an outstanding presentation on financial aid resources. d Phones South has been the guinea pig for phone replacement, and the new phone system appears to be a success. Many thanks are extended to Telecommunications Manager Betty Lunceford and IT systems specialist Greg McBrady for their continued assistance as we work out the bugs. Museum Intern Automotive Collision and Repair student Alex McMillan was selected as the Collectors Foundation 2010 Collections Management Internship Grant recipient. The grant is funding McMillan s internship at Tacoma s LeMay Museum, where over 2300 vehicles are housed. McMillan is working with the Museum Conservator utilizing new systems for preserving and stabilizing Museum vehicles in preparation for the Fall 2011 move into the new LeMay-America s Car Museum TM building.
5 Page 5 South Staff Stuff Evan Nelson, Custodian 1 Evan is a Seattle native and graduate of Garfield High School. He returned to school at South where he worked with the seasonal crew for Grounds. He also filled in as an hourly employee in the Custodial department. Evan looks forward to completing an AAS in landscape maintenance. WELCOME For the month of January, 2011, our pinch hitter Larry Reid will again serve as interim vice president for Instruction. Larry has previously served superbly in this important position. Dr. Kurt Buttleman will assume the newly-created position of executive vice president for Instruction and Administrative Services, effective January 31, The new position as leader of two units is a challenging role, but doable thanks to our strong administrative services systems, and talented instructional deans and support staff. A welcome back reception will be held for Kurt in February. Chiara Lamb, Credentials Evaluator 2 Chiara joined the registration staff on December 6 as the new Credentials Evaluator 2. She has over 10 years experience at both private and public state universities. Chiara holds a bachelor s degree in Sociology from the University of California-Santa Barbara and a master s degree in Counseling and Guidance from California Lutheran University. College Hosts Visitors from Vietnam s International Programs office hosted 21 Vietnamese Ministers of Public Safety as part of a short term program from December The program was designed to demonstrate the best practices of local law enforcement and security offices in the Seattle area. Pictured above is the closing ceremony with delegation and Seattle Police officers. Also pictured is Kathie Kwilinski (bottom row, second from left), South s executive director of International Programs. NISOD - Honoring Excellence South congratulates its National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) award winners, who exemplify teaching excellence and commitment to students: Regina Daigneault (above center), Wine Technology instructor, and Paul Safstrom (above right), Intensive English Language Program instructor. The award committee was composed of former South NISOD award winners Dorrienne Chinn, Brian Hughes, Heidi Lyman, Jessie McDonald, Dolores Mirabella, Annette Stofer, Marjie Vittum-Jones and Donna Miller-Parker (ex-officio). CAmPus Security Reports December 6 A staff member left her office for approximately three or four minutes. Upon her return, she noted that her 3G IPhone had been stolen. December 12 A student became belligerent and threatening toward security officers and staff after being told he could not park in the CAS visitor lot. December 27 Vandalism was reported to the gazebo. Security found a small burn make in the gazebo floor about 4 inches in diameter and some lighter fluid near by the burned mark. December 31 Our own PIO assistant Mary Kohl was involved in a hit and run December 31. A pick-up truck ran a red light at 16th and Holden then hit Mary who was driving one of her fabulous Mercedes. The car, alas, was totaled but, fortunately, Mary was not. Please contact the SW Precinct of the Seattle Police Department with any info you may have. The truck is black, large and may be dented.
6 Page 6 Marjie Vittum-Jones Retirement Party December 14, 2010
7 Page 7 Jean Hernandez s Farwell Reception A farewell reception was held December 16 in the Alhadeff Grill for Jean Hernandez, vice president of Instruction, who began 2011 at her new post as president of Edmonds Community College. IN THE NEWS Links to the following articles may be found in News & Press on South s website. President Oertli shared New Year s thoughts in West Seattle Herald. The West Seattle Blog announced the new community orchard project. Judy Bentley s new book, Hiking Washington s History, continues to receive rave reviews, most recently in the News Tribune and Kitsap Herald.
8 Page 8 Safe Z NE Diversity Workshops This series will focus on how to provide a welcoming and safe environment for all underrepresented groups. The goal is to provide opportunities where individuals can gain knowledge and understanding to further equity and social justice for students and staff of underrepresented religious affiliation, social economic status, race, undocumented and more. Workshops will include current issues in Higher Ed, panels and interactive activities. All workshops take place from 1:30 4 pm in RSB 30 (boardroom). Friday, January 21 Undocumented Students Friday, February 18 Socioeconomic Status Thursday, March 17 Ability/Age Friday, April 29 Religion Friday, May 27 LGBTQ Friday, June 10 Allyship/Advocacy You may attend all or any of the workshops, and participants who attend five out of nine workshops will be certified as a Safe Zone Ally. The first and last modules are mandatory for any participant to be certified. If interested, RSVP to Ricardo Leyva-Puebla one week prior to each workshop at or call (206) ASK ME Thank You Volunteers! From Vanessa Reed: A big thanks to all the volunteers who gave time and energy to the winter quarter 2011 ASK ME Program. They helped direct lost students, answered questions, and were a friendly welcome to South on many of our students first few days of starting college. Make sure to give them a High Five for a job well done! Christie Williams, Sebastian Myrick, Donna Miller-Parker, Ben Taves, Ricardo Leyva-Puebla, Marcia Kato, Janet Kapp, May Lukens, Reggie Daigneault, Chad Hickox, Marsha Brown, Betsy Berger, Kelly DeForrest. Karen Whitney, Marilyn Anderson-Burt, Kim Manderbach, Tuyetlinh Tran. And In Loving Memory of Carol Martin. Wash your hands often. Sneeze and cough into your sleeve. Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth. Get a flu shot. Use hand sanitizer after touching handrails, elevator buttons, door knobs, shared computers, etc. Be a Flu Fighter! Don t Spread Your Cooties! is committed to the concept and practice of equal opportunity for all its students, employees, and applicants in education, employment, services and contracts, and does not discriminate on the basis of race or ethnicity, color, age, national origin, religion, marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, Vietnam-era or disabled veteran status, political affiliation or belief, citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted immigrant authorized to work in the United States, or presence of any physical, sensory, or mental disability, except where a disability may impede performance at an acceptable level. In addition, reasonable accommodations will be made for known physical or mental limitations for all otherwise qualified persons with disabilities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies including those related to Sec 504 ADA and Title IX: Roxanne Tillman,, th Ave SW, Mailstop 4RS200, Seattle, WA, 98106, (206) South Seattle will make every effort to ensure that the lack of English skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs.
9 Page 9 Emergency Closure Communications Revised October 28, 2010 Closure Annoucement Posting Sites (as circumstances allow): Local television and radio stations (using schoolreport.org information) Main campus phone message line (206) (Use refresh to ensure you see updated information.) Campus Alert to computers and cell phones (sign up required: ) Official South Facebook (southseattle.edu/facebook) and Twitter (twitter.com/southseattlecc) sites Only closures are announced. (Broadcast media do not accept we re open messages because they create confusion.) Don t call Security; they are not in the closure decision loop and do not have road information. Closure Announcement Timing Day classes/offices Conditions permitting, decision announced by 5 a.m. Evening classes/offices Conditions permitting, decision announced by 2 p.m. Saturdays Campus decisions and announcements will be made if students and staff are on campus for classes or workshops. Sundays Colleges will make individual determinations for any campus activity. Weekends during break periods as listed on the District Instructional Calendar Colleges will make individual determinations for any campus activity. Single campus closures Each campus will make its own decision and announcement for closure due to weather-related emergencies such as snow, or in situations that affect only one campus (such as power outage, fire). The decision will be communicated to the chancellor or designate. District-wide closures In event of widespread or catastrophic emergency, a decision and announcement will be the same for all campuses and offices of the district, following discussion by the college presidents and chancellor (or their designees), or by the Emergency Communications Committee, as called for in the district-wide emergency communications plan. Weather Closure Process NOTE: In a power outage, the campus phone system will operate only for about 30 minutes of backup power, and our web site could be impacted. Campus divisions, offices, faculty and staff should change their personal recorded telephone greeting to reflect closure information. This can be done from home by dialing (206) , entering your extension, password, then pressing 3 and following the instructions for changing your personal greeting. If the campus is open, but you are unable to get here, notify your department. Call or leave a message on your department s main phone line, not on a support staff member or administrator s personal line. If your message is left on a main line, anyone who makes it to campus can retrieve the message. As your own status or the campus status changes, please update your personal voice mail message immediately, so that students and staff are able to get the most current information. Don t rely solely on your department s support staff to be able to relay your status to students. For contracted events at South (e.g., a meeting in the Brockey Center) alternate closure action may be necessary. For example, if meeting participants are able to reach the campus and wish to continue their meeting, that event location on the campus may need to remain open. Decisions about specific building opening/closing and staffing in these situations will be made by the President or designate and senior staff involved. I implore you to wear warm attire.
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