November 30, 2007
Writing and Reading Center Events (ATC 309)
Classified Employee of the Month Celebration
Join us to Celebrate these employees of the month:
Our theme is Winter Olympic Sports. Enjoy special treats, winter games and prizes, and entertainment by the De Anza cheerleaders and Eloise Alvarez.
When: Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Peter and the Wolf, A Musical Tale by Serge Prokofiev
When: Thursday, Dec. 6, 8 p.m.
See this classic musical story performed by the De Anza Chamber Orchestra and conducted by Lauren Tayerle.
Fashion Show and Luncheon
Featuring garments from Guatemala Exclusives, this event will benefit the A.D.E.L.A. Scholarship Fund and the 2008 Latino Student Recognition Ceremony.
When: Tuesday, Dec. 11, 12-1:30 p.m.
Call ext. 8365 for more information.
De Anza College Holiday Reception
Please join us for an informal, drop-in celebration!
When: Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2-3:30 p.m.
Burden & Bonus
A new exhibit showcases historic preservation and demolition at De Anza College.
When: Now through April 2008
Johnny McCartt, Veterans Program Coordinator in the Admissions and Records Office, is requesting donations on behalf of a Marine company serving in Iraq. Donations of non-perishable foods are welcome, but they are short on thermals (gloves, underwear, caps, etc.). The deadline for donations is Tuesday, Dec. 4, for Christmas delivery. Contact McCartt at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 8230.
Take the 10,000 Step Challenge!
During winter quarter, you're invited to participate in the "Every Step
Counts: De Anza's 10,000 Step Challenge" to increase your daily
physical activity. Find out why 10,000 steps are so important and
receive a free pedometer and online support by taking a short survey
(links to Survey Monkey). Contact Mary Jo Lomax for more information.
Call for Participation
On January 31, more than 1,000 colleges and universities across the
country will be participating in an event called "Focus the Nation" to
raise awareness and stimulate action around climate change. Here at De
Anza a group has formed to plan our activities, and we're looking for
members to join the committee. We're also looking for faculty willing
to devote a piece of their winter curriculum to climate change.
Interested faculty can open their class to the campus community for the
day they present their climate change curriculum, they can open their
class to visitors from a high school, or they can plan special
curriculum just for their own class. In addition, we're looking for
faculty willing to have students engage in service learning as a part
of their winter classes on climate change. For more information, please
contact Cynthia Kaufman at email@example.com or ext.8887.
Our two signs are located near the Flint Center on Stevens Creek and at the corner of Stelling and Stevens Creek. If you have a message for our external community, please e-mail your request to Lois Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org, who operates the signs and maintains a schedule for posting messages from the Marketing Office. If you have a Marketing work request, please see our online form at http://www.deanza.edu/marketing/
Physical Education and Athletics News
Congratulations to De Anza student Mike Bailey for being named Special
Olympian of the Year at the 13th Annual San Jose Sports Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony. Bailey, 26, has competed in the Special Olympics
since the age of 7.
Faculty and Staff News
Caron Blinick, Karl Von Ahnen, Margarita Hawthorn and Paula Ahrens were
recognized by the City Council of Cupertino for outstanding
contributions to the renovation of the Planetarium.
November Employee of the Month
Michelle Nga Doan, November 2007
December Employee of the Month
Rob Mieso, December 2007
NEXT CAMPUS MEMO
The next Campus Memo is scheduled for early January. Please send items
for the next issue by Dec. 15 to Marketing/Communications Program
Coordinator Lois Jenkins. Send any comments and questions regarding
Campus Memo to Marisa Spatafore email@example.com or ext. 8672.