QEP group makes plans

QEP GroupEmployees who are implementing the College’s ongoing Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) met recently to discuss activities planned for the upcoming academic year. The QEP Steering Committee includes, from left (front row): Dr. Beverly Fischer, North campus English professor; Danielle Bible, Central campus history professor; Terry Hanks, South campus Computer Information Systems instructor; Mike Kent, Central campus CIS instructor; and Barbara Brown, Central campus English department chair; (middle row): North campus Library Director Dr. Jan Crenshaw; Bret Nelson, North campus social science department chair; District Vice Chancellor of Instruction Dr. Laurel Williamson; QEP Steering Committee Chair Dr. Karen Hattaway; Dr. James Semones, North campus sociology professor; and Peggy Oliver, South campus English professor; (back row): South campus Dean of Evening Division Joseph Hebert; Dr. Eddie Weller, South campus history professor; and South campus Library Director Rich McKay. The College’s QEP emphasizes active reading to help students build knowledge about specific disciplines, generate critical thinking, and ultimately lead to academic and professional success. The theme for the 2009-10 academic year is “Read Like Your Life Depends on It.”