The College Council is a college-wide organization with representatives from all major campus constituencies. The College Council serves as the Chancellor’s forum to facilitate dialogue on college-wide issues; and advises the Chancellor on issues that affect the entire College and that are not exculsively governed by another body, such as the Academic Senate, ASUH-HawCC, etc.
Chair: Monica Burnett firstname.lastname@example.org (808) 934-2604
March 1st is the All-College Assessment Retreat here on campus. Everyone is asked to participate in the Assessment process. Check your e-mail for the day’s agenda and activities.
There was a lot of data given at the All College Breakfast. Did you guess some of the correct answers or just one or two? What is the Hawaii Graduation Initiative and Achieving the Dream all about? Check out Vice President John Morton’s OVPCC Beta website to learn more: http://uhcc.hawaii.edu/OVPCC/index.php . This is a very vibrant website packed with a ton of good information.
It’s the first day of instruction for Spring 2013! Happy 2013 to all faculty, staff and lecturers.
May your Holiday be filled with joy and good cheer and the New Year bring you peace and happiness.
Chancellor Yamane and Chair Monica Burnett will be West Hawaii for the November 9th Council meeting.
Thank you to Helen Nishimoto and Tony Kent for volunteering to serve on the Beverage Rights Contract working group.
Assignments have been made for Committees. Members will be informed by the Administration in charge of their Committees.
The Council is reviewing and updating the Strategic Plan: 2008-2015. This is a collective effort for continuous evaluation and documentation of the strategic outcomes and performance measures.
Council Members are asking their constituencies to reflect back to academic year 2011-2012 and document any additional efforts done to fulfill the actions strategies.
Click here to see more about the Council’s work on the Strategic Plan.
Attendees worked on an assessment activity – creating a haiku or acrostic poem. Everyone was a winner who shared their poem, but honorable mention when to Aunty Sandi’s table for the saimin noodle mustaches worn while the poem was read.
-Sandi Claveria, Instructor – Human Services
Here is an example of a wonderfully creative haiku:
Creating waves of success
Assessed with outcomes
-Melissa Yamanaka, Outreach Specialist