Recognition – Chemeketa Connects

June President’s Recognition Report

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Julie recognized before the Board of Education the following colleagues for recent contributions to Chemeketa and to their professions – Kathy Campbell, dean of Financial Aid and Veterans’ Services, was awarded the Lifetime Member Award from the Western Association of … Continued

May president’s recognition report

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Julie recognized before the Board of Education the following colleagues for recent contributions to Chemeketa and to their professions – Kim Eitner and Paco Hadley were recognized for a presentation they made on Advising Technology Innovation in increasing persistence and … Continued

April president’s recognition report

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Julie thanked the following colleagues in her April recognition report to the Board of Education – Kellie Schellenberg completed her Master’s in Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Leadership and Organizational Development from Marylhurst University. Linda Ringo-Reyna coordinator of … Continued

President’s March recognition report

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Julie thanked the following colleagues in her March recognition report to the Board of Education— The Oregon Students Association (OSA) held a statewide Lobby Day at the state capitol on February 14. Four Chemeketa students participated: Rudy Ramirez, ASC Student Council Legislative … Continued

February President’s Recognition Report

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The Chemeketa Mock Trial Team finished second at last month’s Beaver Brawl at Oregon State University with a record of six wins and two losses. Four students took home individual honors. Chuck Sekafetz, electronics program chair, along with staff members … Continued

Recognition Report Retrospective

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Julie presents to our Board of Education the president’s recognition report each month they meet.  Julie asked Chemeketa Connects to establish a recurring feature to share with the college community the good news of the good work our colleagues and … Continued