We got a chance to catch up with LBCC President Greg Hamann and find out more about his new role [with the AACC] and how it might affect LBCC students in the future.
His office is so new he hasn’t taken the picture of the piano in the snow off the wall. The title is “Mt. Hood Festival of Jazz ’82″ and Gary Price does not play jazz. Price is the new Regional Director of Linn Counties. As the administrative mind behind faculty decisions, he will make the […]
Q&A with Brittney Humphrey, instructor, student, and proud mother of a six-year-old boy.
Watching Esther Chapman, clad in her typical college attire, at work is a lot like watching the energizer bunny in action with brains.
There is never a dull moment, hustling back and forth from his tiny office, lined with masks and posters from wall to wall. During the day he can be found pacing around his classrooms full of mirrors, lights, chairs and make up boxes. The work of being a theatre teacher is never a bore.
This is a video “Office Hours” with Stefan Seiter, the program chair of horticulture at LBCC:
You may have heard his name before; Paul Hawkwood. In addition to teaching English, he applied his interest in technology to help LBCC adopt a new online course system, Moodle. He is one of the many we can thank for the change.
Alison Jelden, Contributing Writer
Greg Mulder has been instructing at LBCC since 1999, teaching a variety of physics classes including astronomy, science technology, energy and society, and general science.
Michaela Wasson, Contributing Writer
Victoria Fridley, Writing Center director, is an amazing artist. For the last three and a half years, she has been striving to find out what students need for writing success and making that available to them as soon as possible.
Ben Davis, Staff Writer
Jed Wyman, an instructor of composition at LB and the latest speaker at the Valley Writers Series, likes to begin class sessions with students sharing “humorous anecdotes, minor mishaps, and strange encounters,” along with news and current events to help generate ideas for journal entries.
Dineen Charest, Staff Writer
John Aikman is the Graphic Arts Department chair and an instructor at LBCC. For the past 30 years, Aikman has taught and mentored students in the graphic arts program.
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Gary Ruppert, LBCC’s Dean of Instruction, is retiring on June 30th, after more than 35 years of service. He’ll be giving a Farewell Concert on April 27th, at 7:30pm. The concert is free of charge, and open to everyone. It’ll feature Ruppert on piano, and his wife Karen singing, and will include songs like the theme from M*A*S*H, “Well You Needn’t,” “All That Jazz,” and more.