were presented to Dr. Norman Weston,
SC Full-time Professor of the Year; Dr. Peter
Morrison, IVC Full-time Professor of the
Year; Dr. Barbara Cox , SC Part-time
Professor of the Year; James Granitto,
IVC Part-time Professor of the Year; and Eva
Garnett, IVC Emeritus Professor of the
Services Payroll Department
was presented with a Resolution in recognition of
a special commendation from the OC Department of
Education for no coding errors on the large-scale
retroactive pay adjustment for classified employees.
President David B. Lang acknowledged
the religious holidays of Ramadan, Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kipper. He expressed a wish that all people can
find a way to come together in the coming year.
President Nancy M. Padberg attended
the 9-11 commemoration ceremonies at both Colleges.
She mentioned that the SC Gauchos football team was
currently ranked first in southern California . She
thanked SC Vice President of Student Services Lise
Telson for hosting a fundraiser for the EOPS
program, as well as the planning committee and the individuals
and businesses who contributed to the event which raised
of the Board Thomas A. Fuentes thanked
both College Presidents for the magnificent 9-11 commemoration
ceremonies this month.
Marcia Milchiker expressed that the
professors of the year were representative of what makes
the colleges so excellent. She also acknowledged the
excellence of the District Services Payroll Department.
She joined Trustee Padberg in thanking those who contributed
to the SC fundraiser for EOPS students. She attended
SC Club Day.
Trustee Elizabeth Kelly gave an update
on her activities over the past month which included
an introduction of the Chancellor at the Chancellor's
Opening Session; speaking at the IVC 9-11 commemoration
ceremony; initiating a UC personal statement writing
workshop; and promoting a Phi Theta Kappa seminar series.
Raghu P. Mathur extended congratulations
to the Professors of the Year and the Payroll Department
for the excellent job they do. He also congratulated
College Presidents McCullough and Roquemore
for memorable 9-11 ceremonies and Provost
Kopecky for organizing an excellent workshop
on ATTEP. He reported a smooth opening of fall semester.
President Richard McCullough 's written
report included mention of: fifth anniversary ceremony
of September 11, 2001; advertisement in U.S. News and
World Report's “America's Best Colleges” issue; events
and activities in Student Services; F ine
Arts fall performances; and an update from the Division
of Health Sciences, Human Services and Emeritus Institute
including mention of a 100% pass rate by Nursing Program
students on the NCLEX exam last quarter.
President Glenn Roquemore 's written
report included mention of: an estimated 550 people
attended the Welcome Day event; installation of 270
solar panels on the Hart Gymnasium roof; student Selena
Tan was recently named a Phi Theta Kappa “Leader
of Promise”, one of only 30 students in the international
organization to be selected; and Professor Gary
Rybold is the author of a recently published
Provost Robert J. Kopecky 's written
report included mention of: designation of the Center
for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) as one of
eight National Science Foundation Centers of Excellence;
development of a process and criteria to evaluate partnership
proposals; assisting the Children's Hospital of Orange
County with the CHOCRIDE fundraising event; and the
initiation an e-newsletter sent to all District employees.
the Board were: Wendy Gabriella , IVC
Academic Senate; Bob Cosgove, SC Academic
Senate; Lewis Long, Faculty Association;
Carol Spencer, CSEA; Rockwell
Bower, Inter-Club President at IVC; and Rebecca
Cunningham , SC Associated Student Government.
BOARD APPROVED. . .
consent calendar items, academic personnel actions, and
classified personnel actions, except for the tabling of
Item 23, ASIVC activity sticker fee increase. If you wish
to know specifics, please contact the Office of the President
or Deputy Chancellor.
of bids and agreements totaling $14,933,940 for the IVC Business
and Technology Innovation Center for aspects of construction
including plumbing, landscaping, masonry, roofing, sheet metal,
millwork, floor coverings, painting, concrete, and electrical
Spring 2007 Community Education program and presenters.
for SC Spring 2007 Theatre Arts musical production of Thoroughly
Modern Millie .
of the final budget for FY 2006-2007 in the total amount of:
$373,744,274. Chancellor Mathur discussed
the implications of SB361 and how future budgets will depend
upon student enrollment. Deputy Chancellor Gary Poertner
recognized the hard work of Beth Muller,
Carol Hilton, Davit
and the District
Resource Allocation Committee (DRAC). DRAC made
the recommendation for SC to contribute a portion ($230,000)
of their ending balance to IVC in order to balance their FY2006-2007
budget. There was a past precedent in which IVC had contributed
to SC. He thanked President McCullough for
following through with the DRAC recommendation.
from basic aid to fund the remodel of the A-300 building project
at IVC and $1,942,000 from basic aid to fund the new restrooms
for the SC McKinney Theater.
budget for the Associated Students of IVC which will allocate
funds of $400,446.
BOARD RECEIVED INFORMATION AND DISCUSSED...
and progress made for a Fall 2007 launch of offering
classes, the request for partnership proposal process,
alternative sources of funds for ATEP, and next steps
in the development of the new campus.
board meeting discussion topics.
and planning functions within the District and the Colleges.
management status and future prospects at IVC and SC.
and marketing activities and results at IVC and SC.
to save students money on books at IVC and SC.
accreditation progress reports. Chancellor Mathur
recognized Professor Ana Maria Cobos
and Vice President Rajen Vurdien
at SC and Professor Wendy Gabriella and
Vice President Dennis White at IVC
for their diligent work on the reports.
in the Board agenda packet included letters and notes
extending appreciation, commendation and compliments
to the following, from SC: Gaucho football team
and coaching staff; from IVC: student Kathleen
Settels; Phi Theta Kappa advisors Kurt
Meyer, David Fretz, and Jodi Titus;
student Erit Maor; psychology instructor
Dr. Kari Tucker; and IVC facilities
and maintenance staff; from District Services:
Dr. Andreea Serban.
Board meeting will be broadcast on Friday, September
29 and Saturday, September 30 at 7pm, on Saddleback
College Channel 39 and Irvine Valley College Channel
33. SC TV39 has an additional broadcast on Sunday, October
1 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, Elizabeth Kelly, Student Trustee
P. Mathur, Ed.D., Chancellor
Board Meeting Update Prepared by:
Tracy Daly, District Director
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