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  • amanda.fenwick 10:34 am on September 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Heizer ‘earth art’ works now on display 

    “Heizer Handshake,” selected works of renowned “earth art” artist Michael Heizer, are now on display through Sept. 25 at the Central Campus art gallery, located in the East Classroom Building, room 119.

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  • amanda.fenwick 4:39 pm on September 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    ITS to host Quick Help Sessions 

    San Jacinto College employees:

    ITS will host Quick Help Sessions on all three campuses.

    Purpose of the Q&A sessions
    The purpose of the ITS Quick Help sessions is to assist faculty and staff with general IT-related questions they may have. IT Staff will be available to answer questions such as:
    ·        How to enter a service ticket?
    ·        How to obtain media training?
    ·        How to set up Office 365 email on a personal mobile device?
    ·        How to access your San Jac computer remotely?
    ·        How to access and use Tech Support Online?

    Who will be hosting them
    These sessions will be hosted by ITS.

    Who to contact for more info.
    ITS.CustomerCare@sjcd.edu

    ITS

     
  • amanda.fenwick 11:01 am on August 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Photography Challenge: Back to School 

    Back-to-school photo sample.

    Back-to-school photo sample.

    The San Jacinto College Employee Photography Club is kicking off the year with a photography challenge: Back to School.  Take a photo of a back-to-school scene. The photo should be representative of school in some manner.  Your back-to-school scene may be a person, or a group, or even just school-related items.  It doesn’t have to be at San Jac although we love our SJC pics!  For an additional challenge, use the depth of field in your photo to focus on one area while gently blurring elements in front of and/or behind the focal point.

    To participate, simply bring your photo on a USB drive with you to the first photography club meeting on September 18 @ 11:30am in the Central Campus ILC, room 110.  You may also contact Chris Duke (chris.duke@sjcd.edu) to request access to the club website and upload your photo to the club site or share it via Flickr.

    The San Jacinto College Employee Photography club works to create a collaborative learning community of photographers among college employees and their families. All San Jac employees, retirees, spouses, and dependents are invited to participate in Club meetings and activities.  Individual club employee members are responsible, in collaboration with their leader, for maintaining their personal work schedules in relation to club activities and any wellness release time. Minor dependents must be accompanied by the college employee at all club activities.

     
  • andrea.vasquez 4:55 pm on July 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Central Campus TSTA-SP adopts Partnership Park 

    The Central Campus Texas State Teachers Association- Student Program (TSTA) recently adopted the Partnership Park in Pasadena Texas. Adopting the Park includes maintaining the park four times a year. Maintenance involves observing the grounds and equipment and picking up trash. On June 26, 2015, several members engaged in a mini clean up session to get familiar with the park.

    TSTA-SP is an organization that supports future teachers. Teachers receive quality professional development and engage in events on campus and within our community.

    TSTA welcomes new members. If interested, please contact any of the following:
    PRESIDENT: Jennifer Scalise
    Email: Scalise.J916084@stu.sanjac.edu
    VICE PRESIDENT: Tessa Themis
    Email: Themis.T851367@stu.SanJac.edu
    ADVISORS: Patty Steinke (patricia.steinke@sjcd.edu), Tammi Rice (tammy.rice @sjcd.edu), and Judith Maima (judith.maima@sjcd.edu)

     
  • andrea.vasquez 4:49 pm on July 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    TSTA at the NEA conference in Orlando 

    Three members of the Central Campus Texas State Teachers Association student program (TSTA – SP) participated at the National Education Association conference that was held from June 27 to July 1 in Orlando, Florida. The three students, Tessa Themis, Jennifer Scalise and Brittany Earley were accompanied by one of the advisors (Dr. Judy Maima).  The conference which was attended by over 800 participants included pre-service teachers, in-service teachers, college advisors and retirees from all over the United States. In addition to learning about political action, digital tools and how to conduct outreach in our communities, the workshops also raised the awareness of attendees to cultural diversity and cultural biases. The highlight of the experience was participation in the Leaders Empowering Grassroots Advocacy for Communities and Youth (LEGACY) Project, which was designed specifically for students and their families in the area (Osceola County). Activities ranged from writing letters to veterans, painting murals and planting of a community garden. At the end of the day, participants were able to visit the nearby Disney world.

    Pictured at the NEA conference are from left to right; Dr. Judy Maima, Clinton Gill (TSTA student program liason), Jennifer Scalise (President), Tessa Themis, (Vice President), Brittany Earley (Historian).

    San Jac TSTA students at the National Education Association

     
  • amanda.fenwick 1:55 pm on May 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Library renovations attracting recognition 

    The outstanding library renovation projects at the Central and South campuses are attracting recognition.

    The two completed library projects were featured in a recent edition of College Planning & Management magazine, which is distributed nation-wide to higher education facilities management departments, as well as the architect, engineering, construction community.

    Thank you Bryan Jones, associate vice chancellor of facilities, for providing the link to the magazine article —

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  • amanda.fenwick 10:59 am on May 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Central Campus hosting Houston Spanish & Flamenco Festival 

    Watch San Jacinto College music professor Jeremy Garcia perform live on Hola Houston as he promotes the upcoming Houston Spanish & Flamenco Festival, to be performed at the Central Campus May 26 through May 30 —

    http://www.myfoxhouston.com/clip/11512723/5-24-15-irma-la-paloma-jeremy-garcia-on-hola-houston

     

    More info available in the SJC Newsroom —

    http://www.sanjac.edu/article/flamenco-festival-feature-lively-music-singing-dancing

     

     

     

     
  • amanda.fenwick 8:57 am on February 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’ opens Feb. 25 

    The Central Campus theatre and film department will present the award-winning musical comedy “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.” The show will be performed in Slocomb Auditorium, located at 8060 Spencer Hwy., in Pasadena. Show dates are Feb. 25, 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. There will be a Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m. on March 1. General admission is $15 per person at the door, with a discount price of $13 per person for all who purchase and pick up tickets two days in advance of any performance. For ticket reservations, please call 281-476-1828.

    Forum Promo

     
  • amanda.fenwick 9:35 am on February 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Groove to a jazz concert 

    On Thursday, March 5 at 7 p.m., a jazz concert will feature the student jazz combo and the larger jazz ensemble, which will perform various styles of jazz, including swing, blues, Latin, and funk selections. A highlight of the concert will be a performance by guest artist Dan Haerle, renowned pianist, composer, and educator. Haerle teaches jazz piano and improvisation online and at the Dallas School of Music. He conducts jazz clinics around the world, and has authored numerous jazz instructional materials. He has recorded several albums with his trio and quartet, featuring original compositions as well as jazz standards. Haerle will be accompanied by San Jacinto College music professors Eric Late, Michael Mizma, James Metcalfe, and Jeffrey Adams.

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  • andrea.vasquez 2:22 pm on February 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Don’t miss Cassandra Lin’s presentation on Feb. 16 at the Central Campus! 

    Cassandra Lin flyer final (3)

     

     
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