Board approved a collective bargaining agreement with
CSEA from July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2008 and an organizational
assessment (reclassification study) of classified
personnel including new position titles, range and
step placement, percentage increases, and new position
IVC alumna, received a resolution from the Board
in recognition of her selection as a Community College
League of California 2005 Distinguished Alumni.
She is pictured, at left, with her husband, Steven
Kate Clark, IVC Professor of English
and Articulation Officer, received a resolution
from the Board in recognition of her service as
the State Academic Senate President from 2003-2005.
President Richard D. McCullough
(far left) congratulated SC faculty who were approved
for tenure: Janet Bagwell, Morgan
Barrows, Jennifer Higginson, Steve Korper, Kalon
Morris, Charles Myers, and Joey
President Glenn R. Roquemore (far
left) congratulated IVC faculty who were approved
for tenure:Diana McCullough and
David B. Lang spoke about the recent
special meeting of shared governance groups, facilitated
by representatives from the Community College League
of California and State Academic Senate, which generated
95 suggestions. In the months ahead he will be working
with the Board to refine roles and responsibilities
and provide documentation of progress to the Accreditation
President Nancy M. Padberg expressed
appreciation to Deputy Chancellor Gary Poertner
for his involvement over the entire course of CSEA negotiations.
She attended many events over the past month. She participates
in the SC mentor program, and encouraged all who are
interested to sign up.
of the Board Thomas A. Fuentes pointed
out that within last few years the District has settled
four collective bargaining agreements, completed reclassification
studies for classified staff and managers, and adjusted
administrator and manager salary schedules to be more
competitive. He recognized Deputy Chancellor
Poertner, Human Resources Director Teddi
Lorch, CSEA President Connie Zucker,
and CSEA Chief Negotiator Mary Williams
for their work on the current contract renewal. He acknowledged
the leadership of Chancellor Raghu P. Mathur
in completion of all contractual negotiations and reclassification
William O. Jay expressed gratitude
to everyone who worked on CSEA contract negotiations.
The special meeting with shared governance groups was
an excellent session and a good airing of issues.
Marcia Milchiker mentioned that contracts
are now settled with all three employee groups. She
congratulated the faculty who were awarded tenure at
the meeting. She attended the Teapot Exhibition at SC
(in the Gallery through March 9) and encouraged attendance
at the SC Women's Conference on Friday, March 3.
Donald P. Wagner commented that there
were many good suggestions from the special meeting
with shared governance groups and he looks forward to
working with everyone to work through issues.
Trustee Paul Ho attended the ceremony
at IVC honoring Tom Wall. He congratulated President
Roquemore and Foundation Director Al
Tello on an excellent event.
Raghu P. Mathur extended his congratulations
on successful negotiations to Deputy Chancellor
Poertner, Director Lorch, CSEA President
Zucker and CSEA Chief Negotiator Williams.
He also recognized and thanked the Board. He hopes that
we will continue to work together toward win-win situations
in future negotiations. He commended President
Lang for his leadership in dealing with accreditation
President Richard McCullough 's written
report included mention of: “Funny and Female: The Role
of Humor in our Lives” 2006 Women's Conference on March
3; Lisa Cavallaro, Child Development
Center Manager, received an Academic Leadership Award
from the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences;
a faculty and staff production of the “Vagina Monologues”
raised over $9,000 for Laura's House; Emeritus Institute
is planning its 30th anniversary celebration; the feature
film “Any Night But Tonight” was prepped and shot with
the collaboration of many staff, students, and community
President Glenn Roquemore 's written
report included mention of: enrollment is up more than
4 percent over last year; another successful Astounding
Inventions event in which over 240 students designed
inventions; New York artist Shirley Harris
is exhibiting her work through February 28 as part of
Black History Month; Tom Wall received
an honorary degree and presented the first Thomas Wall
Scholarship to criminal justice major Ruben
Vargas; part-time volleyball coach and 2004
Olympic Gold MedallistMisty May-Treanor
was featured in an episode of “CSI:Miami.”
Technology & Education Park (ATEP) Provost Robert
J. Kopecky 's written report included mention
of: tentative agreement with Hartford Insurance to being
construction of initial one acre campus; marketing and
public relations efforts; preparation of Reynolds Business
Park location for photonic program; and meetings with
the Board were: Wendy Gabriella , IVC
Academic Senate; Claire Cesareo-Silva ,
SC Academic Senate; Connie Zucker ,
CSEA; Susan Sweet , IVC Classified
Senate; Mark Sierakowski , SC Classified
Senate; and Neena Nawabi , Associated
Students of IVC.
BOARD APPROVED. . .
consent calendar items, academic personnel actions, and classified
personnel actions. If you wish to know specifics, please contact
the Office of the President or Deputy Chancellor.
and tender agreement for the ATEP launch program, which settles
all claims in order to move forward with ATEP. The adjusted
contract amount is $2,848,624.
Commencement speaker of Ms. Patricia Clausen, an alumnus of
SC Nursing Program and Chief Nursing Officer at Irvine Regional
Hospital and Medical Center.
study abroad program to Santander , Spain for Summer 2006.
purchase order for $285,077 to purchase and install 190 Dell
desktop computers at SC.
of bid for $107,546 to purchase biology and chemistry equipment
for Gail Brown and Kaylaa Fox to present a team building workshop
on Classified Staff Development Day.
testing the use of technology to improve the Board agenda
the health services fee waiver for all SC and IVC students
participating in Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver
programs as allowed under AB982, effective summer 2006.
gkkworks and Maas Companies presented a progress report
on the Educational and Facilities Master Plan for SC,
IVC and ATEP campuses. They outlined approaches to funding
future projects, which over the course of 15 years are
projected to be $457 million. The report is on schedule
for completion by March 1.
Allan MacDougall, Interim Vice Chancellor of Technology
and Learning Services, presented an information technology
systems master plan. It included a strategy to replace
aging hardware and systems software at a cost of almost
$15 million over the next four years.
in the Board agenda packet included letters and notes
extending appreciation, commendation and compliments
to the following, from SC: Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
and all the excellent professors from a transfer student
Board meeting will be broadcast on Friday, March 3 and
Saturday, March 4, at 7pm, on Saddleback College Channel
39 and Irvine Valley College Channel 33. SC TV39 has
an additional broadcast on Sunday, March 5 at 7pm.
Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees
A. Fuentes, William O. Jay, David B. Lang, Marcia Milchiker,
Nancy M. Padberg,
P. Wagner, John S. Williams, Paul Ho, Student Trustee
P. Mathur, Ed.D., Chancellor
Board Meeting Update Prepared by:
Tracy Daly, District Director
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