Comments by Chancellor's Staff
Human Resources – Irma Ramos, Vice Chancellor
COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACULTY JOB SUMMIT – Ms. Ramos reported that the registration count for the City to Sea Community College Faculty Job Summit on December 7, 2019 in Anaheim is at 486 registrants. The Vice Chancellor commented that attendees will receive a copy of the book Teach Like a Champion 2.0 by Doug Lemov, until supplies last.
Educational Services & Technology – Cherry Li-Bugg, Vice Chancellor
EST OPEN HOUSE – Dr. Li-Bugg shared that more than 100 employees visited the 10th floor of the Anaheim Campus for the Educational Services & Technology Open House on October 22, 2019. The Vice Chancellor thanked the Board of Trustees, Chancellor Cheryl Marshall, and Vice Chancellor, Finance and Facilities, Fred Williams for supporting the 10th floor renovations.
North Orange Continuing Education – Valentina Purtell, Provost
ANAHEIM CAMPUS FOOD PANTRY – Ms. Purtell acknowledged Adjunct Faculty United for its generous donation to the Anaheim Campus Food Pantry.
Fullerton College – Dr. Greg Schulz, President
PRESIDENT'S GALA – Dr. Schulz thanked members of the Board of Trustees and Chancellor's Staff for attending the Fullerton College Foundation President's Gala on October 19, 2019… TRANSFERS TO CSU – The President announced that Fullerton College ranked number one in transfers to the California State University system for the second year in a row.
Comments by Members of the Resource Table
FALL BUSINESS MEETING – District Management Association President Lisa Gaetje commented on the Fall Business Meeting that occurred on October 18, 2019.
ANTHROPOLOGY WEEK – Cypress College Academic Senate President Craig Goralski shared information on upcoming Anthropology Week activities happening on campus.
UPDATES – Fullerton College Academic Senate President Kim Orlijan reported on an ASCCC meeting, Undocumented Student Week of Action, Indigenous Peoples' Day, and Gender Literacy 101, as well as expressed support from Senate for the Sherbeck Field Improvements Project.
CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS – United Faculty President Christie Diep commented on contract negotiations.
CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS – Adjunct Faculty United President Kent Stevenson expressed positive feedback on meetings with Human Resources and the Chancellor regarding contract negotiations.
Comments by Members of the Board of Trustees
EST OPEN HOUSE – Board Member Stephen Blount shared that he attended the Educational Services and Technology Open House at the Anaheim Campus on October 22, 2019.
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES – Board Member Molly McClanahan commented on the Fullerton College Foundation President's Gala, a meeting at PBS SoCal KOCE-TV in Costa Mesa, and the opening of the "Presence" exhibit at the Fullerton College Art Gallery.
CAMPUS EVENTS – Board Member Ryan Bent reported that he attended the Cypress College play "The American Clock" with members of the Cypress College Foundation, as well as the Fullerton College Foundation President's Gala on October 19, 2019.
CAMPUS UPDATES – Board Member Barbara Dunsheath commented on the Title V HIS Grant awarded to Cypress College, as well as open educational resources relevant to Cypress College curriculum changes.
PRESIDENT'S GALA – Board Member Jacqueline Rodarte thanked members of the Board of Trustees for attending the Fullerton College Foundation President's Gala on October 19, 2019.
FULLERTON COLLEGE CHARGING STATIONS – After the public hearing, the Board adopted Resolution No. 19/20-09 to authorize the dedication of an easement to Southern California Edison to provide underground electrical supply systems for charging stations at Fullerton College. (The Resolution is available for review in the District's Business Office.)
REOPENER PROPOSAL – The Board received comments from the public on the reopener proposal submitted by the District to Adjunct Faculty United Local 6106 (AFT/AFL/CIO) for 2019-20, and after providing the public with an opportunity to comment, adopted the District's initial proposal.
FULLERTON COLLEGE SHERBECK FIELD PROJECT FINAL EIR – The Board received comments from the public on the Fullerton College Sherbeck Field Project Final Environmental Impact Report.
Finance & Facilities
CONNECT2CYPRESS – The Board authorized the request for Cypress College to sponsor the food cost for Connect2Cypress on November 5, 2019 at an amount not to exceed $22,165.
CITIZENS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE – The Board recommended that the individual listed be appointed to serve for a term of two years, and for a maximum of three consecutive terms, without compensation, on the Citizens Oversight Committee for the North Orange County Community College District bond projects.
TITLE V HSI GRANT – The Board authorized the request to accept the Title V HSI Grant from the Department of Education in the amount of $2,773,406 to be utilized for enhancing the student experience through Guided Pathways at Cypress College.
CYPRESS COLLEGE CURRICULUM – The Board approved the summary of curriculum changes for Cypress College, to be effective Fall 2020.
CYPRESS COLLEGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – The Board received as information the highlights relating to the Cypress College 2019-2020 Professional Development Program.
FULLERTON COLLEGE STAFF DEVELOPMENT – The Board received as information the highlights relating to the Fullerton College 2019-2020 Staff Development Program.
NOCE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – The Board received as information the highlights relating to the NOCE 201-2020 Professional Development Program.
PROMOTION – The Board approved the promotion of Summer Marquardt to Fullerton College Administrative Assistant II, effective October 23, 2019.
VETERANS APPRECIATION WEEK – The Board adopted Resolution No. 19/20-08 to declare that the week of November 11-15, 2019 be observed as Veterans Appreciation Week.
2019-20 STATEMENT OF LEGISLATIVE PRINCIPLES – The Board approved the Statement of Legislative Principles for 2019-20, and empowered the Chancellor of the North Orange County Community College District to advocate for the District on behalf of the Board.
BOARD POLICIES – The Board adopted the proposed, revised Board Policies in Chapters 2 and 3.
FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS – The Board discussed any potential future agenda items.
The next regular meeting of the NOCCCD Board of Trustees will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 12, in the first-floor Board Room, Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim.
"News from the Board of Trustees" is produced by the NOCCCD Public Affairs Office as a summary of Board actions and reports. It is not intended as a replacement of the official minutes of Board meetings.