Lynne Cox is the Associate Dean, Student Affairs. Her office is in Takena Hall, behind Registration, Admissions, and the Roadrunner Express lab at Takena-107 B. To see Lynne, please call 541-917-4806 or drop in to her assistant Vickie Keith to make your appointment. In an emergency, try Lynne at 541-917-4848 during 9-5, M-F. Lynne will also be available to students in her Destination Graduation course after class for a window of at least 30 minutes each week (from 4:50 - 5:20 pm) at the classroom or nearby.
Have a great term! See you in the future.
Lynne Cox: firstname.lastname@example.org, Associate Dean Student Affairs/Takena Hall 107B
Destination Graduation Course, CRN 24601: Fall 2017, Mondays 4-4:50 PM, NSH-208
New Assignments: Assignments on the Syllabus handed out Day 1 will not be re-posted here. Any new assignments added after Day 1 will be posted here and updated on the syllabus.
For Class on Monday, Sept. 25: Career Speaker has posted her agenda and a homework assignment that will be due the following Monday, October 2. See below under CLASS Notes for Sept. 25 for both items if you like to plan ahead.
October 16, 2017: Class Cancelled. Here is NEW HOMEWORK in Word or in Google Doc due October 23. No late work will be accepted this week. We have guests. Your homework will prepare you for our guests. Come & make this time rich and valuable.
Assignment Added for Coming Soon!
After reading the articles and watching the video, write a summary paragraph for each. What did you learn? (3 paragraph minimum
Next, reflect on how you will apply this information to your own financial decisions. Write about your strengths and weaknesses in these areas
Your reflection should be typed, edited, thoughtful.
We will have a guest speaker on Finances and college either this week or next week.
September 20, 2017 -- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208: We read and discussed course syllabus. Each student wrote WHY Go to college? Why am I going to college? What are my benefits and motivations? What do people gain from a college education? We discussed attending every class and emailing the instructor before class if you will be absent. We discussed that we will attend 8 of 10 classes, as a minimum. The syllabus is posted above as a link. The instructor will email us at our LBCC email page (and we check our email three times a week minimum). The instructor can give us access to the Student Course Book electronically and the syllabus electronically (see above). We are responsible to study about two hours for every hour in class. See syllabus for homework. Do the tour on pages 9-10 to turn in; do the Webrunner homework activity to turn in; and read about careers and try to do the first career page before our career guest speaker at the next class. Be on time!
September 25, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208
Class Agenda/Powerpoint Career Speaker: Sandra Shinkle 9/25/2017 [Word]
Class Agenda/Powerpoint [in Google Docs] Career Speaker: Sandra Shinkle 9/25/2017
Class Career Speaker: Sandra Shinkle 9/25/2017: Class Notes [Google]
October 9, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208 -- No Notes.
October 16, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208 -- No Notes.
October 23, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208 Class Notes:
Sneak peek into next week: Hosanna Broderick, Accessible Technology Specialist, will be showing us how to find online resources to help with our school work, or other things.
Student Leadership Council (SLC), have the resources and connections to make your concerns heard. They want to hear from you and your situation, so they can help improve student life.
First we were introduced to Barb Horn, Advisor for Student Leadership, Executive Vice- President for Board Members, and the Student Activities Coordinator for Council Membership.
She helps with the student leadership and helps them find the resources they need, she also helps find tutors. If you have any questions about student leadership, tutoring, etc, email her at : email@example.com . She will either answer them or direct you to where you need to go to find your answer.
Then we were introduced to two of the representatives for the SLC:
Karman Roche, Executive Assistant, she works with the president and attends the meetings.
Marta Nuñez, Community Outreach Director, she chairs with events task force meetings, and she is most passionate about lowering the cost of textbooks.
There are 17 total representatives, you can find these job titles and what they do on the LBCC website, Click the tab that says Current Students, then go down to Involvement, click on Student Life and Leadership, then click on SLC current officers.
Want to get involved? Go into their office which is at the student union, you can also attend a meeting they are all public. You can attend conferences, they contain administrative information, councils and committees; it is a good place to go to gain some knowledge about how the school works. .That way you can get an idea if you want to join. If you have any questions or concerns go to their office and they will be able to help you.
Get LBlive it is an app that people can post their concerns, questions, or knowledge, they also have the ‘commons’ menu up so you don’t have to venture all the way to the cafeteria.
October 30, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208
November 6, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208
November 13, 2017-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208
November 20, 2017 -- Last Class-- 4:00 - 4:50 PM, NSH 208
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