Posts Tagged ‘NISOD’


Update – June 1, 2012

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Good Morning San Jacinto College Community –

June has arrived and what a great morning! All of us in the Gulf Coast know that June marks the start of hurricane season so you have been and will continue to hear more about hurricane preparedness. The College has a very detailed hurricane preparedness plan, along with detailed emergency preparedness plans, that can be viewed at http://admin.sanjac.edu/college-administration/safety-security/emergency-operations. We will be increasing our communication efforts around these plans and procedures over the next months and the web-site is a great starting point. If you see areas that need updating, please notify Ginger Lambert at ginger.lambert@sjcd.edu.

While there are plenty of happenings going on, I want to highlight three areas today. Read the rest of this entry »

Weekly Update – June 6, 2011

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Hello San Jacinto College Community –

I hate to start out with the weather, but how can one avoid it with the kind of records that we are setting?  I moved to Houston from Kansas via Colorado, and I always tell people that I can handle the heat and humidity until about August and then I get a little cranky.  This year I may have to move that “a little cranky” up a few months!!  I do hope you are finding a “cool” way to handle the heat! Read the rest of this entry »

Weekly Update – June 6, 2010

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Was last week a four day work week?  Surely not!!!

Many of us from San Jacinto College started the week on Sunday at the NISOD (National Institute for Staff & Organizational Development) conference.  I have to tell you, San Jacinto College had outstanding representation, and I heard excellent comments and reviews about our booth, our presentations, and our people. There are several posts on the San Jac Conference Notes, and our intent is to post the San Jac presentations there also.  Go to the San Jac Conference Blog at http://sjcblogs.sanjac.edu/edtechconf/ Read the rest of this entry »