Board presented resolutions honoring the 2005 Teachers
of the Year.
Full-time Teacher of the Year
Part-time Teacher of the Year
Full-time Teacher of the Year
Part-time Teacher of the Year
on hand to receive her resolution, joined in the
photo by IVC President Glenn Roquemore
and Student Trustee Paul Ho.
President David B. Lang thanked Trustee
Marcia Milchiker for ensuring that
the Teachers of the Year received Board recognition.
He complimented IVC on their Veterans Day ceremony last
week and the ATEP staff for their successful breakfast.
He attended the SC Foundation gala and a 40 th anniversary
celebration for UCI. He expressed optimism about the
progress being made within the District.
President Nancy M. Padberg commended
ATEP Provost Robert Kopecky and
staff for a job well done on the breakfast
for business leaders. She attended the IVC Veterans
Day ceremony, SC Foundation gala, and many athletic
events. She participated with several Board members
in a session with visiting Accreditation Team members.
At the invitation of Student Trustee Ho ,
she went on a tour of IVC which included observing a
class in session.
of the Board Thomas A. Fuentes gave
a report on the activities of the Orange County Community
Colleges Legislative Task Force. The Task Force is hosting
a breakfast for Orange County state legislators on Friday
December 2 in Anaheim at the offices of North Orange
County Community College District. He expressed appreciation
to IVC for the patriotic experience of their Veteran's
Day celebration, and pride in Student Trustee
Ho who attended in uniform.
William O. Jay expressed get well
wishes to Bill Hewitt who is recovering
from open heart surgery. He mentioned that the SC Foundation
gala was very well done and featured wonderful music.
The dedication of the Board was in evidence recently
as shown by almost the entire Board attending the meeting
with Accreditation Team members.
Marcia Milchiker thanked Chancellor
Raghu P. Mathur for following through
with the Board resolutions honoring the Teachers of
the Year, something that hopefully will be done on an
annual basis. She thanked all the teachers, classified
staff and administrators in the District who “make it
all possible.” She attended the IVC Wind Symphony and
Orchestra concert and acknowledged the excellent work
of President Roquemore, Steve
Rochford, and the IVC Foundation.
She also attended the SC Foundation gala and ATEP breakfast.
Donald P. Wagner expressed appreciation
to all the Board members who participated in the give
and take with the Accreditation Teams. He extended get
well wishes to Bill Hewitt.
John S. Williams thanked those individuals
who attended the SC Foundation gala and those who donated
to the silent auction. The SC Foundation has reached
their goal of raising over $200,000 for scholarships.
Trustee Paul Ho expressed appreciation
to Professor Sherling , IVC's Full-time
Teacher of the Year. He was proud to participate in
the IVC Veteran's Day ceremony. He complimented President
Roquemore on his keynote speech at the Phi
Beta Kappa leadership conference. Through corporate
sponsors, IVC's Phi Theta Kappa recently hosted 67 disadvantaged
middle school students to the King Tut exhibit in Los
Raghu P. Mathur congratulated all
the Teachers of the Year. He congratulated ATEP
Provost Kopecky and staff on the successful
breakfast, and President Richard McCullough
and Foundation Director Michelle Anstadt
on the well attended SC Foundation gala. He
was pleased to see that IVC is continuing their tradition
of having a Veteran's Day ceremony, and expressed appreciation
to President Roquemore. He recently
spoke to the Kiwanis Club in Laguna Woods Village and
met with SC Student President Taylor Ames.
Mathur overviewed the results of a recent study
which documented the impressive socioeconomic benefits
that our Colleges have on the community. SOCCCD contributes
a total of $1.7 billion in Orange County income and
toward the creation of 26,600 jobs. Our students
enjoy a 15.3% return on their investment of time and
money. For every dollar invested by taxpayers,
there is a 14.3% return. Our Colleges are making
a difference in the lives of our students and in the
economy of Orange County.
President Richard McCullough 's written
report included mention of: rapid prototyping program
was highlighted in the Saddleback Valley News;
Transfer Day featured more than 50 colleges and universities;
paramedic program graduation; athletic accomplishments;
career/job fairs for nursing and auto tech departments;
and the Lariat received 18 awards of excellence
from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges.
President Glenn Roquemore 's written
report included mention of: exhibition of digital and
photographic streetscapes at the Art Gallery; IVC Police
delivered pizzas to Irvine residents as part of Red
Ribbon Week; the Chess Club celebrated Halloween by
creating a human chessboard of 32 students; PTK hosted
a field trip for 67 disadvantaged middle schools students
to the Tutankhamen exhibit at the LA County Museum of
Provost Robert J. Kopecky 's written
report included mention of: November 2 Business Roundtable
Breakfast was attended by more than 200; continued work
with Hartford Insurance to identify potential construction
companies for completion of ATEP buildings; continued
efforts with the City of Tustin and Orange County Rescue
Mission to aid hurricane victims; and meetings with
potential partners to locate programs and projects at
the Board were a number of staff and faculty and: Connie
Zucker , CSEA; Mark
Sierakowski , SC Classified Senate;
Cloyce Kelly ,
POA; Neena Nawabi
, Associated Students of IVC; and Taylor
Ames, SC Associated Student Government.
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.
purchase and installation of 235 desktop computers for SC.
Education programs of SC and IVC for spring 2006.
of $259,894.87 to purchase biology and chemistry equipment
funding of $229,830 from basic aid for IVC and SC marketing,
outreach and recruitment efforts.
and installation of campus-wide wireless infrastructure for
IVC in the amount of $171,959.81.
from basic aid for mold abatement and air quality improvements
in the SC Business and General Studies building.
contract for up to $590,000 for software engineering services
to develop nine software development projects that include
an online educational plan, curriculum management system,
and MySite 2.0.
of Trustees' goals, District goals, and District vision /
mission / approach / commitment statements. The final versions
will be posted to the web site.
- Correspondence in the
Board agenda packet included a letter extending appreciation
to SC math professor Nancy Evans.
a 7 to 0 vote, the Board authorized a settlement agreement
with Thomas F. Anderson, Vice Chancellor of Educational
Services, pursuant to which Dr. Anderson will resign
as an administrator effective August 14, 2006.
- The Board meeting will
be broadcast on Friday, November 18 and Saturday, November
19, at 7pm on Saddleback College Channel 39 and Irvine
Valley College Channel 33. SC TV39 has an additional
broadcast on Sunday, November 20 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, Director
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