John S. Williams
attended the awarding of the 2005 Clark Prize for water
conservation presented by Joan Irvine Smith. A Yale
professor won for research on the drought in Israel.
attended the "fantastic" Annie Get Your
Gun at the newly remodeled McKinney Theatre at
Saddleback College with plans to attend Honkey Tonk
Laundry when it opens.
Raghu P. Mathur complimented
Saddleback and Irvine Valley Colleges Academic Senates
on developing strategies and plans to implement accreditation
recommendations in a number of areas, particularly in
the area of student learning outcomes. He also
commended Saddleback College for being voted one of
the top four colleges and universities in Orange County
by Orange County Register readers in its "Best
of Orange County" section to be published this
President Richard McCullough 's written
report included mention of:
Saddleback College Foundation received $43,000 from
the George Hoag Family to purchase a human simulator
for the Health Sciences program and a $50,000 pledge
from the Saddleback Memorial Center towards the Health
Sciences “Teaching Tomorrow's Life Savers” campaign;
23 university representatives attending the Summer College
Fair; plans are finalized for the New Student Welcome
Day on Friday, August 19; and the Saddleback Civic Light
Opera and Midsummer Cabaret Series are wrapping up the
2005 season with performances of “Babes in Arms” and
appearances by Brian Lane Green and Franc D'Ambrosio.
President Glenn Roquemore 's written
report included mention of: two students,
Barnes and Phong Thien, received $1,000 scholarships
from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation; Athletics
named its male and female athletes of the year and
coaches of the year for the 2004-05 school year; over
7,500 postcards were mailed to high school seniors
in 20 zip codes to encourage new student enrollment
and included a Lasers key chain memento
as a tracking mechanism; and 15 students for the Irvine
Valley Masterworks Chorale performed at Carnegie Hall
on May 31 as part of the New York City Chamber Orchestra
and Festival Chorus.
Provost Robert J. Kopecky 's written
report included mention of: demolition
of the credit union/library, bowling center and theater
is complete; water runoff issues with Rancho Santiago
Community College District have been resolved; Jennie
McCue, Director of Public Information and Marketing
for ATEP, started work June 27, 2005; and partnership
opportunities with CSUF and Tustin Schools are being
THE 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.
of $6,844,285 to provide temporary classroom facilities for
revised mission and goals for ATEP.
the new Vice Chancellor of Human Resources position at the
- Correspondence in the
Board agenda packet included letters and notes extending
appreciation and compliments to the following, from
SC: Emeritus Program; from IVC: Diana Walker, Chi Tau
Epsilon Chapter of American Criminal Justice Association;
from District, Andrea Gallagher.
Board voted 5-0 to deny a request by a Saddleback College
faculty instructor to be department chair and teach
overload while on workload banking leave.
can watch the board meeting Friday, July 22
and Saturday, July 23 at 7pm, on Saddleback
College Channel 39 and Irvine Valley College
Channel 33. SC TV39 has an additional broadcast
on Sunday, July 24 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 · Raghu P. Mathur, Ed.D.,