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Jefferson College Vice President of Student Services, Dr. Kimberly Harvey-Manus, has announced the Dean’s List for the Spring 2020 semester, containing the names of 684 students who earned the academic recognition.
To qualify for the Dean’s List honor, full-time students must achieve a grade point average of 3.25 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) in at least 12 graded credit hours taken that semester. Part-time students who accumulate 12 or more graded credit hours with a 3.25 grade point average also qualify and must contact the Vice President of Student Services Office within 10 days of grade reporting to be included.
Honor students and their hometowns are listed.
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Jefferson College Human Resources Specialist, Kristen Sides, is one of 12 College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) members from across the nation selected to participate in the 2020-21 CUPA-HR Wildfire program, a 12-month leadership development experience designed for early-career higher education human resources professionals.
This year’s program received more than 120 applications. Participants were selected based on their HR strengths and areas for development identified on the program application as well as their interest in and commitment to the program.
Jefferson College Director of Library Services and Coordinator of Government Documents, Lisa Pritchard, has been appointed as one of five new members to the Depository Library Council (DLC) for the U.S. Government Publishing Office’s Federal Depository Library Program.
Pritchard is the only member of the Depository Council from a community college, where she will be serving with university and state system librarians from across the country. The new DLC members will each serve a three-year term, from June 1, 2020 through May 31, 2023.
Given the events and tensions that have shaken all corners of our country over the past few days, Jefferson College remains firmly committed to the inalienable human values of diversity, equality, and respect for all as we strive together to assure that these principles never waiver or change.
Our students and employees are our greatest assets, and their health and safety is a top priority as we continue to respond to this pandemic. The College strives to operate in full compliance with federal, state, and local guidance and has implemented strict safety measures to provide a safe environment to work and learn.
In connection with the unknown long-term course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the College is taking precautions by following a series of phases to gradually resume on-campus operations. Please note that the information below can change at any time depending on circumstances or updated information from federal, state, or county regulatory agencies.