September 2008

Archives for September 2008.

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Amelia Hammond Staff Scholarships & Management and Staff Emeritus Awards

Staff Council will host a ceremony for the 2008 scholarship and emeritus recipients for on Tuesday, Oct. 21 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Ursa Minor suite of the Bronco Student Center. This ceremony honors recipients of emeritus status and staff members receiving Amelia Hammond scholarships. Come celebrate these recipients and their recognition. For additional information, visit: http://www.cpp.edu/~staff_council or contact Becky Pepping at x6842.

Workshops Invite Campus Input

Workshops Invite Campus Input

Faculty and staff members attended Fall Conference workshops Monday, Sept. 22 to learn more about current university initiatives and to join the dialog. The three workshops addressed the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI), the WASC Capacity and Preparatory Review visit in October and the Academic Planning Process.
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Update Your Directory Information

I⁢ Web Development will produce a new Bronco411 phone book in Adobe Acrobat format in early fall 2008. Please check your phone and office numbers in the People Search at http://www.cpp.edu/cgi-bin/intranet/ldap_search.pl to make sure they are correct. If you need to make corrections, visit https://win.webdev.cpp.edu/bronco411/update/. New faculty and staff are encouraged to enter their information. Updated phone books will be available for download at http://bronco411.cpp.edu/.

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Student Affairs STARs

The Division of Student Affairs would like to recognize their current STARs for their outstanding service and commitment to the Division and the University. The Division of Student Affairs STARs are: Tess Vaughn from Orientation Services, Patricia Mucino from the Office of the Dean of Students, Leticia Guzman Scott from Student Support and Equity Programs and Phyllis Barcenas from Admissions and Outreach! For more information, visit: http://www.dsa.cpp.edu/division/star/default.asp.

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Rediscovering Gandhian Wisdom: Building a Peaceful Future

The Ahimsa Center is hosting an international conference, Rediscovering Gandhian Wisdom: Building a Peaceful Future, on Oct. 17-19. The conference features distinguished speakers including Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson and biographer of the Mahatma; Samdhong Rinpoche, prime minister of Tibetan government-in-exile and Gandhian scholar-monk; and Bernard Lafayette Jr., who worked with Martin Luther King Jr. and led several campaigns during the Civil Rights Movement. The two-day event also includes various workshops, concert of devotional songs (bhajans) from Gandhi’s prayer meetings and a book exhibit. For more information, visit http://www.cpp.edu/~ahimsacenter/conference/conference_08.shtml