Notice of Upcoming Comprehensive Evaluation for the Reaccreditation of North Shore Community College
October 9- Fall Festival Danvers 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sugar Skulls and Banderas - Poster Board and displays on the Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
October 10 - Mobile Market Danvers 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
October 17 - Sugar Skulls & Banderas, Lynn 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Poster Board and displays on the Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
October 21- Danvers Forum on Tolerance: "Online Hate: How to see it and stop it" 11-1 in DS106B
October 22- New Immigrant & Refugee Visions, Lynn Campus, 6:00 pm in the Cafeteria
Film Screening and Q&A with filmmakers and actors http://csfilm.org/nirv/
- Story 1: Campaign for a New America (Dimple Rana-NSCC Alum)
- Story 3: She’s An American Child
- Story 8: Rhythms of Respect
- Story 9: Borrowing Fire
- a NIRV teaching resource guide (also available at http://csfilm.org/nirv-teaching/)
- the NIRV Action Toolkit (also available at http://csfilm.org/action-toolkit/)
October 24- Lynn Forum on Tolerance (In Conjunction with Salem State Center for Genocide Studies): "Online Hate: How to see it and stop it" 9-2 in the Lynn Campus Gym
October 30 - Movie Coco, Lynn Gym, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm (Doors open at 5:00 pm)
Discussion Points or Reflection Assignments
- What is Dia de Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) and why did people in the film celebrate it?
- Why was the song “Remember Me” significant? How did it link in with the family’s history and the film’s overall message?
- How would you describe The Land of the Dead? What sorts of colors were there? Was it a scary place? Why did some people keep disappearing?
- Would you describe Coco as a happy or sad film, or do with think it was a bit of both? Why?
- Draw a picture, write a song, or create a short story or poem to acknowledge somebody in your family or someone else close to you. Be sure to include what you like best about them and some of their most distinctive characteristics. Also think about if there is a particular place or location that you associate with them and try to incorporate it into your work.
*Adapted from the Into Film website.
The Beacon Café, North Shore Community College’s student-run café, will be serving fresh, hot meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning October 15th through December 10th. The café will be closed Thursday, November 28 in observance of Thanksgiving.
Luncheons are only $5.00 -$7.50, depending on the menu, and will be served buffet style. The Beacon has two seating times: 11:00 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. and reservations are required. Please call (no emails, please) to make your reservation at 978-762-4000, x1513 and follow the instructions in the message.
The Beacon Café is located off Route 114W at 30 Log Bridge Road, Middleton in the North Shore Business Center.
Hope to see you at the Beacon!
Save the date!
October 24, 2019 - Celebrate 50 years of Nursing Excellence at NSCC and the unveiling of the planned Bertolon Simulation Health Care Center of Excellence
Please join us as we celebrate 50 years of nursing excellence at NSCC, Thursday, October 24, 5-7 p.m. in the Health Professions and Student Services building on the Danvers Campus!
In addition, the event will include the unveiling of the planned Bertolon Simulation Health Care Center of Excellence at NSCC, made possible by a gift from Donna (NSCC Class of 1972) and Henry Bertolon and their family. Read more about the Bertolon's gift.
The NSCC Mobile Markets are held monthly on both the Lynn and Danvers Campus and provide fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables to ALL NSCC students, faculty and staff, FREE of charge. Each participant may receive up to 25 pounds of produce.
A one-time registration is required for each campus. Registration may be done online or in person at the Office of Student Engagement Lynn, LW-171 or Danvers, DB 132.
Please plan to bring your own reusable bags to carry your items as bags may not be available at each market.
To volunteer or to register and to find out the dates, times and locations of the mobile markets, https://tinyurl.com/yxkey4cz
The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the fall semester to bring you professional development in twenty minute snippets.
For the week of September 30 - How can I use microactivities to engage students and improve learning and retention?
Directions for Accessing the Link to the Presentation and Supplemental Materials
Select the URL link below to access the presentation and to print the supplemental materials. (You may also copy and paste the URL into your browser’s address bar.) Supplemental materials are available to view and print now.
New presentations go live at 10:00 a.m. each Monday morning and are only accessible through Sunday.
The series is being brought to you by the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation – we would appreciate your input!
--Andrea Milligan email@example.com
WHAT A GREAT WAY TO START YOUR WEEK!
NSCC has partnered with BJ’s Wholesale Club to offer discounted memberships to employees!
(please see the attached flyer for full details)
If you are interested, please e-mail Jen Burgess in Human Resources for an application!
All completed applications must be submitted to Jen Burgess in DB-341, or faxed to 978-762-4038 by September 30, 2019.
PT Administrative Assistant, Health Professions
PT Admissions Concierge, Danvers campus
PT Clerical Assistant, Human Resources and Payroll Office
PT Head Tutor, Upward Bound Program
Storekeeper IV, Auxiliary Services
Coordinator of Library Services, Lynn Campus Library
Part-Time Assistant Librarian (2 Positions) Danvers Campus
PT Admissions Recruitment Counselor
PT Advisor for Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)
PT Program Coordinator, Addiction Workforce Expansion Grant
PT STEM Pathways Achievement Coach
Recruitment Counselor, Office of Admissions
For more information on open positions, please contact Kim Bevan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each week we will send out a problem solving challenge as a friendly competition among
students, faculty and staff. They will vary in topic, format and difficulty. Problems
are posted on Tuesdays and answers need to be returned via email to Professor Anne
O'Shea (email@example.com) or Professor John Gambino (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 11:00 am on Friday of the same week.
The first randomly selected correct entry, regardless of when it is received, will earn 10 pts, the next 9 pts, the third 8 pts, the fourth 7 pts and the fifth 6 pts. All other correct submissions will earn 5 points. The person with the highest cumulative point total at the end of the semester (12/13) will be declared the winner and Problem Solving Champion and win a “fabulous” prize. Separate contests will be held for Students and Faculty/Staff.
Problems are posted each in the Bulletin each week, posted on the North Shore Community College Mathematics Department Facebook page, and on bulletin boards across from LE303 (Lynn) and on the first floor of the Berry Building (Danvers) by Tuesday. Other locations may be added at a later time.
Saturday, October 5, 2019
Join with educators and activists across the Commonwealth to fight for racial justice!
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