December 18, 2015
Northeast Lakeview College News
NLC Employee Recognized for Exemplifying College Values
Megan Grimsley, assistant professor of kinesiology at NLC, was selected as the 2015 Adult Honoree for the Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell Run held on December 12. Grimsley has a personal history with arthritis and has been battling with its symptoms for almost 20 years. Northeast Lakeview College employees supported Megan’s team that raised almost $3000 for the cause. The Arthritis Foundation is one of the many organizations that NLC supports through civic engagement opportunities annually.
Faculty Participates in Scoremageddon
Faculty at Northeast Lakeview College participated in Scoremageddon on December 11. Held each Fall and Spring semester, its purpose is for faculty to assess the skill level that students demonstrate among the various program learning outcomes. Faculty use this data to create and implement instructional and curricular improvements to foster greater skills among
the students in future coursework. Results will shared with the college community in Spring 2016.
Active Shooter Scenario Conducted
Members of the Northeast Lakeview College Incident Command System (ICS) participated in Tabletop Exercise on December 14. The scenario for the exercise including an Active Shooter on Campus. Participants were divided into their defined rolls, as they would be during a real-life crisis and participated in response and recovery activities. This is the second tabletop exercise for the ICS Group at NLC. This three-hour course is designed to provide additional practice so that the members of this group will react accordingly in the event of a real-life event. Northeast Lakeview College currently has 25 members on its ICS Team.
Employee Recognized as District-wide Employee of the Month
Alicia Beaudoin, Academic Services Specialist at NLC, was recognized at the December Board of Trustees meeting as the district-wide Employee of the Month for November 2016. Ms. Beaudoin has been with Northeast Lakeview College for two years and was nominated by her peers for her continued support of student success.
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