Mass Notification TEST

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Feb. 14 is registration deadline for COTA transfer conference

Deadline to register for the Missouri Committee on Transfer and Articulation’s conference in Osage Beach, Mo., is Wednesday, Feb. 14. COTA’s Conference on Transfer and Articulation, “Navigating the Future,” is Wednesday, February 21, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Tan-Tar-A resort. The cost is $75, which includes continental breakfast and lunch. To register, go …

Have an IR request? There’s now an electronic form

Employees who need data from MCC’s Institutional Research office can now make their request in an electronic form on InfoExchange. Here’s a link to the new form: web.mcckc.edu/infoexchange/help.asp#research You can also find it by going to InfoExchange through the myMCCKC portal. On the InfoExchange homepage, click the question mark icon at the top … … …

VALIC to host retirement workshops at each campus, Admin Center

VALIC, MCC’s 403(b) provider, will be hosting a new educational workshop, “Retirement Pathfinder: Are You on Track for the Retirement You Envision?” The noon-hour workshops will be held at each campus and the Administrative Center between Monday, Nov. 27, and Friday, Dec. 1. Click here for the schedule of dates and times. Both full- and …

KCPDC class: ‘Achieving a Life of Balance’ Oct. 18

The Kansas City Professional Development Council will present a session on “Achieving a Life of Balance,” 1-4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, at MCC-Blue River, Education Center 110. To sign up, email professional.development@mcckc.edu. There is no cost for MCC employees to attend, but seating is limited. The session will be presented by Dr. Thomas Vansaghi, assistant …

Remembrance: Robert Lowe, former director of computer services

It is with sadness that we inform you about the passing of Robert Lowe.  Robert began working for MCC-Penn Valley as a data processing instructor in 1971.  In 1982, he became director of computer services for the district, the position he held until retiring from MCC in 1999. Robert was a valued member of MCC.  …

MCC print shop has a new website for orders

MCC’s print shop is moving to a new website for orders over the next few weeks. Jim Siercks, manager of printing services, encourages employees who use the print shop to register now. The new site is already up and accepting orders. Here’s the link to the new website: http://printingservices.mcckc.edu Siercks says the new site will …

Ten MCC employees complete KC Professional Development Council tracks

Ten MCC employees have been recognized for completing programs offered by the Kansas City Professional Development Council, a consortium of seven Kansas City-area higher education institutions that provides training opportunities for faculty and staff. The honorees completed either the KCPDC’s Supervisory Development Track (seven core classes and an elective) or the Faculty Development Track (five …

Remembrance: Janet Cline, former MCC-Longview dean of students

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Janet Cline, former MCC-Longview dean of student development. Janet began working for MCC–Penn Valley in 1982 in the student financial aid area. In 1995, she moved to MCC-Longview as the dean of student development and support services, where she served until retiring …