Seminole State College hosted a “Pancakes with the President” event Jan. 11 at the Kelly Haney Center’s Utterback Ballroom for faculty and staff. The event served as a kickoff to the spring semester, which begins Jan. 14. SSC President Lana Reynolds, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs Tony Crouch and Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Bill Knowles each took to a griddle and served pancakes to campus employees. Continue reading “SSC Administration Hosts Welcome Back Pancake Breakfast”
SSC employees Rick Hanson (left) and Ann Gavin (right) celebrated their upcoming retirement at a reception on Dec. 13 at the Haney Center’s Utterback Ballroom on campus. Continue reading “Two SSC Employees Celebrate Upcoming Retirement at Reception”
Two Seminole State College employees were recognized for their hard work and dedication during the monthly Seminole Chamber of Commerce Forum on Dec. 13. Language Arts and Humanities Vice Chair and Speech Professor John Bolander was honored as “Faculty Member of the Month” and Information Technology Technician Rick Hanson was honored as “Professional Staff Member of the Month.” Continue reading “Seminole Chamber Honors SSC Personnel”
The Southwest Association of Financial Aid Administrators and the Oklahoma Association of Financial Aid Administrators honored Melanie Rinehart, Seminole State College Director of Financial Assistance, with the 2018 Philo Brasher Emerging Leadership Award during the 2018 SWASFAA Conference held in Little Rock, Arkansas, last week. Continue reading “SSC Director of Financial Assistance Honored at Annual Conference”
Seminole State College Assistant Professor of English Yasminda Choate recently presented on the value of community colleges bringing educational programs to incarcerated persons at the Rural Community College Alliance Conference in Park City, Utah. Continue reading “English Professor Speaks on the Role of Community Colleges in Educating Incarcerated Persons”
Two Seminole State College employees were recognized for their hard work and dedication during the monthly Seminole Chamber of Commerce Forum on Oct. 11. Assistant Professor of Life Science Theran Hernandez was honored as “Faculty Member of the Month” and Financial Assistance Clerk Caitlin Brown was honored as “Classified Staff Member of the Month.” The Seminole Chamber of Commerce Education Committee, along with the Lions Club and Blue Ribbon Realty, recognize SSC employees several times during Forum each year. Individuals are nominated from across the campus and chosen by SSC administrators to receive the honor. Continue reading “Seminole Chamber Honors SSC Personnel”
Three Seminole State College employees received awards at the 51st annual Oklahoma Association of Community Colleges Conference at Oklahoma City Community College Oct. 5. Continue reading “SSC Employees Recognized at Statewide Conference”
Autumn Wiles, Seminole State College Educational Foundation Advancement Coordinator, has been named among the 2018 NextGen Under 30 honorees.
NextGen Under 30 selected 267 winners, across 15 categories, from more than 1,000 nominees. Wiles was selected as an honoree in the Adult and Higher Education category.
In addition to her role with SSC’s Educational Foundation, Wiles serves as the Seminole Lions Club President-Elect and chairs the organization’s fundraising committee. She is also the SSC Professional Staff Council President-Elect. Continue reading “SSC Educational Foundation Employee Receives NextGen Under 30 Honor”
Seminole State College Language Arts and Humanities Vice Chair John Bolander presented with a panel at the Oklahoma Speech Theatre Communication Association fall conference on Sept. 8 at Cameron University. Continue reading “Language Arts and Humanities Vice Chair Presents at Cameron University”
Over 30 Seminole State College retirees returned to campus last week to attend a luncheon held in their honor.
Continue reading “SSC Retirees Return to Campus”