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Summer Wishes
With July here, I’m reminded that summer is the time for some to take a break while others are very busy working to prepare the college for the next intake of students in Sept. For those of you who will be able to have some time away from work, I wish you relaxation, sunshine (please!) and rejuvenation.—July 30, 2012
Our Aboriginal Gathering Place Officially Opens Its Doors
Please join in the May 24th reception and open house. Refreshments and appetizers are being served, so please RSVP to the Development Department by May 14th to 250.365.1360 or events@selkirk.ca. If you are unable to join us on for this opening, there will be an open house from noon till 6:00 p.m. on May 31st and June 1st. —May 7, 2012
Building Service Worker Certification Course Starting May 28th
This is an introduction to custodial/housekeeping operations (both theory and practical applications) used in cleaning procedures for all surfaces. Students will also complete the certification with OFA1, WHMIS, and resume instruction.—May 7, 2012
Shredding For Tenth Street Campus
Please box up your old exams/confidential materials with lids and tape and label them "Shredding" and take them to the art room.—May 3, 2012
Completion of Credentials
A reminder for PPWC members that Human Resources are accepting applications for PD funding for the Completion of Credentials—April 27, 2012
Moodle Training for May
Moodle Training will consist of Basic Levels 1-4; Open Workshop; Quizzes; Creating, Retrieving and Returning Assignments; Gradebook; Creating Groups/Using Choice. Scheduled times don’t work for your group? Contact us to arrange a workshop(s). Call Judy at 250 364-5771 or email jmcivor@selkirk.ca to arrange dates, times and location.—April 24, 2012
Surplus Goods April 2012
Purchasing is responsible for the disposal of assets that are surplus to the needs of all Selkirk College locations. Every effort is made to accurately describe all goods, however Purchasing does not warrant the description in any manner. Bidders are deemed to have relied entirely on their own inspection and evaluation.—April 19, 2012
Change in Duplicating Hours (Apr 17-27)
Please note that the Duplicating Centre will only be open during the following hours below before it returns to normal hours April 30th. —April 19, 2012
Change in Castlegar Library Hours
Please note that the Library will only be open during the following hours below starting April 15th. —April 19, 2012
Two CE Course Additions
Two new CE courses...Pro Tools: An intensive exploration of contemporary music production techniques and Studies in Comics: Understanding & Contributing to the Medium of the 21st Century.—April 10, 2012
New Policies Available For Review
New policies are available for review and feedback required before April 27, 2012.—March 27, 2012
Accidental 911 Call Procedures
If you accidentally dial 911, DO NOT HANG-UP without talking to the operator. Stay on the line until an operator answers and advise them that you have accidentally mis-dialed. —March 27, 2012
SCOPE Award Nominations
The Selkirk College Faculty Association’s Standing Committee on Professional Excellence (SCOPE) invites you to show your appreciation with a nomination for a SCOPE Award.—March 22, 2012
Volunteers For Grad Needed
Come out and make our Graduation celebration a success! We are currently recruiting faculty and staff to assist with various functions for both the Graduation Ceremony and Grad Tea.—March 12, 2012
New Copyright Policy For Review
Please review and submit feedback before Mar 20th.—March 12, 2012
Update on Selkirk College Budget
This message is an update on the budget process. Let me begin by recognizing everyone’s efforts to engage in a productive and respectful discourse during this very difficult time for Selkirk College.—March 5, 2012
Email Update from President on Selkirk Budget (Mar 5)
This message is an update on the process to review budgets, expenditure plans, and requests to develop options that will help address the immediate budgetary challenge at hand while not limiting our longer term plans and aspirations.—March 5, 2012
Disability Services Procedural Changes
Accommodation forms will be given to instructors by the DS coordinator/students. This year, Disability Services is introducing a new procedure which will give faculty a formal opportunity to provide feedback regarding the recommended accommodations listed in students’ accommodation forms. —February 2, 2012
Research Ethics Committee - Human Subjects
Submission deadline for research applications to be reviewed by the REC-HS will be eight days before the next REC-HS meeting. Student research projects will be expedited. The REC-HS requires that research applicants have read policy 8700 prior to application.—February 2, 2012
Castlegar Tree Of Sharing
As with past years, the Community Harvest Food Bank will once again be joining with various community groups to fill hampers for families in Castlegar, including toys for their kids. —January 20, 2012