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Update Following the October 2, 2018 Board of Trustees Meeting

The October Board meeting was held at our Klamath-Trinity site. Here's a brief summary of the meeting.

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The Native American Basket Restoration Project Continues

  • 24 March 2016
  • Author: President
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The Native American Basket Restoration Project Continues

Pictured are, left to right, Angela McGrew and Brittany Britton.

Angela McGrew has worked for the National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian for 8 years, The Southwest Museum of the American Indian at the Autry for 8.5 years, and currently at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University for 3 years.  She is Apache.

Brittany Britton holds a BA in Studio Art at HSU, a MFA from the Oregon College of Art and Craft, and has worked as an intern at the Clark Museum.  She is Hupa.

 


Governance Institute for Student Success

  • 21 March 2016
  • Author: President
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Governance Institute for Student Success
Governance Institute for Student Success or (GISS) was established as a partnership of the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) and Student Success Initiatives (SSI), at the University of Texas at Austin with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.


OneREG

Inspired by the Bob Marley song

  • 21 March 2016
  • Author: President
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A press release was disseminated to local news agencies today announcing the launch of our new OneREG registration process that will allow students to register for an entire academic year.  This innovative process represents our institutional commitment to provide greater support to our students.  OneREG, and many of our other new enrollment management initiatives, also reflects our institutional courage to take calculated risks and challenge the status quo so CR doesn’t stagnate or become competitively irrelevant.

Commendation for Ron Waters

Ron Waters received a letter of commendation from Eureka Police Chief Andrew Mills recently for his work on developing a new concentrated training plan to help local law enforcement departments maintain their Perishable Skills (PSP) and Continuing Professional Training (CPT) compliance.  Thanks to Ron’s inventive training system, approximately 95% of the Eureka Police Department’s sworn personnel have already been able to complete their entire PSP/CPT requirement for the current two-year training cycle.  According to Chief Mills, “Ron’s service has been greatly appreciated not only by myself, but also by the other members of the Law Enforcement Chief’s Association of Humboldt (LECAH).”

 

We should all thank Ron for his vision and dedication to College of the Redwoods and the community.  Thanks Ron!

Employee Onboarding

Human Resources staff held the second of many new employee onboarding sessions on March 2

  • 3 March 2016
  • Author: President
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Employee Onboarding
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