Fall In-service

2017 Fall In-service

Lane Community College Fall In-service: Promoting the Success Agenda at LCC ...

Monday, September 18

Tuesday, September 19

Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017

Faculty Professional Development Sabbatical Presentations will be held on Sept. 20 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in CML 220. View the full schedule with presentation details:

Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017

College-wide Inservice Schedule

Rainy Day Food Pantry: Bring your canned or packaged food and help support the roughly 30 to 40 students each week utilizing Lane's Rainy Day Food Pantry, a Lane student run service supporting Lane students. 

No Cash Clothing Stash: Please bring your laundered/clean gently used clothing and shoes for all ages to donate to the Lane student thrift store where all items are free to students. Please no used hats, socks or undergarments. Please ensure all items are clean as there is no service to launder items.

  • 8:00 - 8:30    All Staff Social - Join colleagues for coffee and tea. Remember to bring your own cup.
  • 8:30 - 10:00  Morning Plenary
    • 8:30 - 8:45 Fall Term Welcome and Introduction of New President - Rosie Pryor, Chair, Lane Board of Education
    • 8:45 - 10:00 First Address to the College -- Marge Hamilton, President
  • 10:00 - 10:15  Break
  • Noon - 1:30 Lunch Break Activities
    • Noon - 1:30  Welcome President Marge Hamilton Luncheon (Center Bldg, First Level Food Court)
    • 12:05 Walk/Run We Care Event (Tentatively scheduled)
      Go the Extra Mile for Our Students with Wendy Simmons, Employee Wellness Coordinator (North Side of Bldg 5 Meet on the Bark Trail)
    • 12:30 - 1:15 Pie and Cider - Pumpkin, Apple and Sugar Free Options with Cider  (Sponsored by the Classified and Professional Development Team in the Center Bldg, Second Level)
  • 1:30 - 3:30 - Union Meetings (Contact union leadership for additional information.)
    • Classified Union (LCCEF) - Bldg 4, Rm 106
    • Faculty Union (LCCEA) - Longhouse
    • Manager's Group - Bldg 3 Boardroom
  • 4 p.m. - Faculty Welcome Wine Reception with special guest President Marge Hamilton (Co-sponsored by Faculty Professional Development and Lane Community College Education Association in the CML 200D, Auditorium Lobby.)

Friday, Sept. 22, 2017

Cultural Competency Professional Development Training
  • 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. - Dynamics of Sexual Violence and How to Support Survivors, Bldg 4, Room 201. Presenters: Greg Evans, Associate Vice President for Equity and Inclusion; Darin Dorsey, Engaging Allies Coordinator at Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS), and Rebecca Robinson, MA, LPC Intern 
    • This training will utilize the social-ecological model to describe the societal factors that cause sexual violence to occur. This model considers the complex interplay between individual, relationship, community and societal factors. In an interactive format, participants will explore the various causes of sexual violence and discuss both risk factors and protective factors. Participants will also discuss the effects that sexual violence can have on individuals and best practices when supporting survivors of sexual violence. Participants will be informed of SASS services and general approach to working with survivors of sexual violence.
  • 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. - Student Veterans Panel (Follow-up to Project 22 Documentary), Bldg 4, Room 202. Presenters: Stacey Vasquez, Enrollment/Veterans Education Benefits Certification Office and Student Veterans Panel.
    • In this follow-up to Thursday's documentary screening, student veterans will be available for a panel discussion about their experiences.
Faculty Professional Development Opportunities
  • 10:00 - Noon - Myths, Strategies, Disappointments, and Potentialities: ESL Students' Writing, Building 4, Room 106. Presenter: Karen Englander, Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics at York University, Toronto
    • This follow-up session includes sharing experiences of multilingualism and ESL interactions; analyzing scripts of ESL vs English-first-language interactions in tutoring to identify obstacles and possibilities; examining common myths of ESL students' writing; and devising strategies to respond. (Sponsored by the Writing Center, International Programs, and the Diversity Council. Participants will receive CCPD hours.)
  • 10:30 - Noon - Drop-In Session with the Curriculum Team, Center Building, Room 303
    • If you are planning or considering any course or program revisions, or if you have questions about developing curriculum, designing career pathways, or using curriculum tools (Course Description Editor, Program Update Portal, etc.), stop by during this session to chat with the curriculum team. We will have representatives on hand from the following areas: Curriculum Office, Financial Aid, IR, Advising, Degree Evaluation, and Career Pathways.