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  • melissa.trevizo 3:07 pm on November 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Crime Prevention Survey 

    On behalf of San Jacinto College Police Department: a Crime Prevention Survey Request to better serve our college community.

    In October 2019, Sergeant Scott Klamert attended a Basic Crime Prevention Certification Seminar in Louisville, Kentucky. Sgt. Klamert became knowledgeable in the history and prevention of crime and is a certified Crime Prevention Practitioner.

    Sgt. Klamert believes spreading awareness throughout San Jacinto College may improve our facilities from risk. The San Jacinto Police Department encourages participation in completing a security survey; in fact, hindering crime is successful with collaboration and cooperation from the public. To emphasize the importance of partaking in the security survey Sgt. Klamert quotes: “People don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan.”; therefore, an on-sight evaluation of weaknesses of protective measures can assist in a low-risk campus atmosphere where community members can feel invulnerable to injustice.

    Educating oneself of the 4D’s of crime prevention; for instance, is to “Deny, Detect, Delay and Deter” provides a chance to examine physical, environmental, procedural and electronic fundamental security components for one’s well-being.

    To schedule a crime prevention survey, send an email to CrimePrevention@sjcd.edu.

     
  • andrea.vasquez 10:13 am on November 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    STEM From Dance- Nov. 19- South Campus Fine Arts Center (S15) 

    Please join the San Jacinto College South Campus Lyceum Committee on Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the South Campus fine arts center (S15) for a special event featuring STEM From Dance founder and CEO, Yamilée Toussaint Beach.

    STEM From Dance is a national educational outreach organization that works with under-served communities to show students how diversity, technology, and dance merge together to empower, educate, and encourage the next generation of technical innovators.

    Beach will give a presentation, workshop, and performance that illustrates how STEM and dance can live and thrive in the same space, while providing innovative educational opportunities. See flyer for the schedule of events. Hope to see you there!

     
  • melissa.trevizo 9:27 am on November 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Congratulations, Dr. Alexander Okwonna! 

    Dr. Alexander Okwonna, dean of health and natural science at the South Campus was elected to served as the director of the Pearland Chamber of Commerce for a three-year term.

    “Dr. Okwonna’s commitment to community growth and business development is an attribute for which he is well known,”said Carol Artz-Bucek, president/CEO of the Pearland Chamber of Commerce. “We are honored that he has agreed to serve with us in our efforts to make the Pearland area a better place to live, work, and play.”

    Congratulations, Dr. Okwonna!

     
  • melissa.trevizo 9:18 am on November 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Honoraria Award Program at San Jacinto College 

    The purpose of an honoraria award is to recognize and encourage San Jacinto College full-time faculty, staff, and administrators for a specific body of work and the creation of scholarly and/or original work, either as a team or an individual. The work should promote the values of San Jacinto College both within the College and the outside community.

    If you are interested in applying for honoraria, the application documents, guidelines, and procedures are attached. The honoraria remuneration levels are: Gold Level ($750), Silver Level ($500), and Bronze Level ($250). The basis for awarding honorarium has remained the same and is determined by the number of achievement categories each candidate meets with the submission.

    This year’s Honoraria Review Committee members are listed in the Honoraria Guidelines document. If you have questions regarding the application or honoraria procedures, please contact any committee member.

    Applications for honoraria at San Jacinto College are due Monday, Dec. 2 and must be emailed to honoraria@sjcd.edu. All regular, full-time employees are eligible for honoraria.

    Honoraria Application 

    Honoraria Guidelines

    Honoraria Procedures

     
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