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This publication lets us share Coastline news and events, and celebrates our growth and success. We look forward to hearing from you about the creative and exciting ways your department is helping Coastline to better serve students and keep the INNOVATION going!
 
The President’s Bulletin is created under the direction of President Lori Adrian, Ph.D., and produced by the Marketing and Public Relations Department at Coastline. Submissions are due by 5 p.m. each Tuesday. Please complete a Marketing Request at coastline.edu/marketing with your President's Bulletin submissions/ideas and the Marketing department will work with you to tell your story.



April:
Rape Culture Presentation: Monday, April 24, Garden Grove Center, Intercultural Resource Center, 10–11 a.m. 
Denim Day: Wednesday, April 26. Wear Jeans to support the End Sexual Violence cause.
AAPIphany (AAPI Youth Leadership Conference): Friday, April 28, Garden Grove Center, 8 a.m.–2 p.m.
Intercultural Resource Fair: Friday, April 28, Garden Grove Center, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
UC Transfer Guarantee and CSU Associate Degree for Transfer Guarantee Workshop:  April 25, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. and May 9th, 12:15 - 1:15 p.m., Garden Grove Center. Coastline has guaranteed or priority admissions agreements with 6 UCs, all 23 CSUs in specific majors, and several California private and out-of-state universities. This workshop will explain how to qualify for transfer guarantees per major to maximize your chances of getting into the schools of your choice.
Foundation: The Annual Faculty and Staff Making a Difference 
campaign is extended through April 28. A raffle will be held at the College Center lobby at the conclusion of the campaign. Help make a difference in the lives of our students! Donate today here: https://26957.thankyou4caring.org/pages/i-care-campaign
UC, CSU, and Common Application Workshop: Thursday, April 27, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Transfer Center at the Garden Grove Center. As of May 30, CSU Mentor, will be replaced by a new CSU application starting June 1. This workshop will give students a glimpse into the new CSU application and process. Overview of the UC application and timelines will be provided including what students need to do now before the UC application opens on August 1st.
Transfer Center: Final Spring University Tours!: Students can sign up for UCLA (4/28), USC (5/5), or UCSD (5/6)! Encourage your students to join a tour! They can sign up at : http://goo.gl/forms/pUyPMicG8sqJf7Ce2 

May:
2017 Scholarship Awards Ceremony “May the 4th Be With You”, May 4,
6 p.m., Meet & Greet Reception, 7 pm. Ceremony; Orange Coast College, Robert Moore Theater
Annual EOPS Student Recognition Awards, May 5, 2017, 8 a.m. - noon, Mile Square Park. Please contact the EOPS Office @ ext.16237 for more information.
Health Science Academic Triathlon, May 5, 1-4 p.m., Garden Grove Center, Room 122
ASG Spring Dance, May 5, 2017. ASG will host a dance with live performance in order to connect with Coastline students at the Newport Beach Center. Please contact the ASG Office @ ext. 16253 for more information.
UC, CSU, and Common Application Workshop: Monday, May 8, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., Transfer Center at the Garden Grove Center
As of May 30th, CSU Mentor will be replaced by a new CSU application starting June 1. This workshop will give students a glimpse into the new CSU application and process.  Overview of the UC application and timelines will be provided including what students need to do now before the UC 
Transfer Center: UCLA at Coastline!: Natalie De La Torre, UCLA Admissions Officer will be at the Transfer Center May 9, 10:00 am -2:00 p.m. to meet with prospective students to answer their questions!
ASG - Therapy Dogs Stress Relief, May 17, 2017. ASG will partner with Pet Partners/Animal Health Foundation to bring therapy dogs to help Coastline students cope with the intense stresses of college finals at our Newport Center Campus. (Please contact the ASG Office @ ext. 16253 for more information)
Annual Acquired Brain Injury Graduation and Awards Ceremony, May 24, 10 am – 12:30 pm, Newport Beach Center (Please contact Special Programs @ ext. 16214 for more information)
Veterans Resource Center Memorial Day BBQ, May 26, 11:30 am – 2:00 pm; College Center Back Patio

ASG End-of-the- Year Installation Dinner, May 26, 2017, Newport Beach Center, Room 119, 5:30 – 7:30pm. Please contact the ASG Office @ ext. 16253 for more information.
 

June:
Annual Graduation Ceremony, June 2, 4 pm; Orange Coast College Robert Moore Theater
Orange County Innovation Speakers Series – Visionaries in Cybersecurity: June 9, 2017, Irvine Marriott, 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.  Stay tuned for more information (Please contact the Foundation Office @ ext. 16154 for more information)
Classified Senate End of Year Luncheon, June 15, 2017. Stay tuned for more information


Don't see your event? Email Jfasulkey@coastline.edu with your upcoming events to be included in the next President's Bulletin Calendar!
2017 Classified
Recognition Awards
On Friday Aprl 14, the Classified Recognition Awards were announced at the All-College Spring Workship & BBQ, held at the Garden Grove Center. Thank you to the Classified Senate for providing the $75 prizes that were issued to each recipient.

Congratulations to the winners!

The Customer Service Award: Bev Sadler, Le Jao Center
Criteria for the award: This person provides outstanding customer service to co-workers, faculty, and/or students. The award is based on the helpfulness, attitude, problem-solving, outstanding services, etc. of the awardee.

Humanitarian of the Year Award: Maria Hernandez Figueroa, EOPS, College Center.
Criteria for the award: This nominee makes a difference in the community.
The award is based on service or volunteerism "behind the scenes" which is often not recognized. 

Special Achievement Award: This year we had a tie for this award!
Angelique Ramsey
(formerly Angelique Hill), Biological Science/Chemistry Department, Newport Beach Center and Kerry Jones, Military Education, Corporate Training, Business Development, Annex Building.
Criteria for the award: This person demonstrates an outstanding achievement and/or exceptional service(s). The award is based on a special effort that goes above and beyond the call of duty (i.e. saving the College money, making a change for the better in a work area, etc.).

Professional Training and Advancement Award: Tran Ha, Fiscal Services, College Center
Criteria for the award: This classified staff member actively pursues personal growth and/or professional development. The award is based on training pursuits (formal and informal), education, certificates, recent career changes, affiliations, etc.

Team Excellence Award: Student Financial Aid, College Center. Team Members Include: Charlene Ho, Ly Le, Janette Moulton, Cecilia Ngo, Kathie Tran, Jenny Vu, and Quan Xa.
Criteria for the award: A team is a group of two or more classified professionals. This team provides an outstanding contribution and/or service to the College.

Collegial Faculty Award: Cheryl Stewart.
Criteria for the award: This faculty member is recognized for his/her positive support and interaction with classified professionals.
 
Outstanding Manager Award: Julie Mendez Marquez, Ph.D EOPS, College Center.
Criteria for the award: This manager promotes a collegial work environment and encourages growth and development of Classified Professionals.

Thank you for your hard work and dedication to Coastline!

 
Vet Net Ally Seminar
On March 24 at Coastline’s Garden Grove Center, Coastline faculty and staff participated in Vet Net Ally, a professional development training seminar presented by Dr. Marshall Thomas, Director of Veterans Services at CSULB.  Vet Net Ally is an educational program to provide awareness of and sensitivity to the needs of military and veterans students in higher education. This was the second professional development program offered by Coastline to faculty and staff this year to help create a welcoming and supportive campus environment for our military and veteran students.
 
The 46 attendees included 12 faculty members, Dean of Instruction at Newport Beach Center, Tom Neal, and several classified staff from Coastline, as well as participants from Orange Coast College, Golden West College, and the District Office.  A panel consisting of five Coastline student-veterans discussed their personal experiences with transitioning to civilian life and responded to several questions from faculty and staff. The audience was very engaged in the presentation and the feedback was positive. 
 
Staff member, Jason Ward said, “Vet Net Ally provided me with detailed information, specific tools and strategies to create a safe, welcoming and supportive environment for our military students. The training is invaluable not only to directly serving our students, but also in establishing a visible network of support and assistance. I strongly encourage all Coastliners to attend future VET NET seminars.” 
 
The student panelists conveyed their high regard for Coastline’s one-on-one support services, highlighting Coastline’s Veterans Resource Centers (VRC’s) as two of the best VRC’s they have used during their higher education endeavors. 
 
Vet Net Ally decals were given to the participants to display in their workspace and demonstrate they are “allies” with our student veterans. 
 
If you were unable to attend this valuable training, another is being hosted by GWC on Thursday, April 27 from 12-4 p.m.  Please email Vet2Vet@coastline.edu for information or inquiries about Veterans Resources at Coastline.  Thanks to all who participated. 
 
Coastline Community College
Public Safety Update
Coastline Community College’s Public Safety Department strives to provide
visitors to our centers the safest possible environment in which to work and study. In support of that mission, here are some of the strides we have made in the past year.

The college-wide public address (PA) system is now fully operational. Emergency announcements can be made from pre-designated telephones at any of the four centers.  Announcements can be made college-wide, individually by center, or to individual floors within the centers. Having the ability to make announcements to all or parts of the college in the event of an emergency greatly enhances safety for Coastline students and staff.

Additionally, two new emergency phone towers have been installed in the parking lots of two of the centers.  At the Newport Beach Center, a second phone has been added at the south end of the parking lot to complement the existing telephone at the north side of the lot.  A phone has also been installed at the College Center in the north parking lot across from the main entrance and ATM machine. The Garden Grove Center will see two new emergency phones installed on the solar carports—one at the east side of the lot nearest the building and the second on the west side further out in the parking lot. All phones will be monitored all day and night by a security monitoring service capable of notifying Coastline Public Safety, police, or fire personnel in the event of an emergency.

Finally, on April 18, 2017, the Public Safety Department, in conjunction with the Title IX Coordinator’s Office and the Associated Student Government, hosted Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention training held in four 2-hour sessions at the Newport Beach Center. The training was offered district-wide as part of other activities held by Coastline College for Sexual Assault Awareness month.
RIBBA 3 Art Event and
Community Art Fair
The Coastline Art Gallery hosted the Third Annual RIBBA event Saturday evening, April 8th, at Newport Center. The event was a great success with more than 160 artists participating and some 400 guests attending the display and the fair.

All submissions for participation in the exhibition had to follow one simple rule: All work must be submitted in the "RIBBA" frame from Ikea!

In conjunction with the RIBBA 3 showcase, CoastlineArt Gallery also invited artists from the community to exhibit a diverse variety of arts and crafts in the open atrium at the Center.

The Art Gallery will be featuring the RIBBA 3 artworksTuesday through Thursday, Noon to 4 p.m., until April 27.
And stay tuned... RIBBA 4 is just around the corner!


For more information about the Art Gallery and upcoming events please visit: http://www.coastline.edu/community/art-gallery/
Military Education, Corporate Training & Business Development
What is MECTBD?

A little History:
The Division of Military Education, Corporate Training & Business Development is the umbrella for departments and programs within Coastline’s Ancillary Contract Education Wing. One department within MECTBD is Business Development & Technology Solutions (informally referred to as BDATS). This particular department provides Coastline and the Division with significant research, development, and production of technology-related programs and services. Many of the department’s new and on-going endeavors are College Support (non-revenue generating) activities such as:
 
Banner / Canvas Integration 
MECTBD programmer (Peter Nguyen) and instructional designers (Sylvia Amito’elau, Meg Yanalunas, and Mark Worden), in concert with the Faculty Success Center, have been very busy with the Banner / Canvas Integration. This dynamic team collaborated on the design and development of programs needed so that communication with Banner was seamless. They spent countless hours in meetings with faculty to help ensure faculty needs were being met during transition. 
 
CyberAttack
MECTBD is currently putting the final touches on our internally designed and developed CyberAttack video game. An Orange County Career Pathways Grant provided the funding for this College-Support Project. When completed in June 2017, the game will be promoted and offered free to all high schools in Orange County. The goal of this game is to introduce potential Cyber Security Students to college-level placement testing exercises while playing an exciting game of cyber warfare.
 
Distance Learning Proctor Database (DLPD)
MECTBD was called upon to assist with the evaluation process of the DLPD and to program the requested changes. This database assists in coordinating the logistics between incarcerated students and their proctors. With the recent assessment of the incarcerated program and potential alignment with the military proctor and NCPACE databases, MECTBD programmers have an opportunity to leverage and improve proctor tracking systems for greater efficiency and potential.


Read more about the services offered by MECTBD in the next President's Bulletin!

For more information please visit: www.Coastline.edu/MECTBD

Submitted by: David Thompson
Director of eLearning Research & Development

DThompson@Coastline.edu
 
 






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