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January 19, 2023

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Monday, February 06, 2023

Spring 2023 Financial Aid Freeze Date
Spring 2023 Financial Aid Freeze Date
The Spring 2023 semester FREEZE DATE is February 6, 2023. Students must be officially enrolled in into all courses BEFORE THE FREEZE DATE in order to be considered payable units for financial aid. Any courses that are added on or after the Freeze Date will not count for aid nor loan requirements of 6 units.
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Thursday, January 19, 2023

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM Come Together at the Farm
FLEX # 152
Let's meet each other at the Farm. Meet at the Mechanized Ag Building before crossing the bridge to a world of possibilities. The Farm is a place for all to learn. Join us as we gather ideas and share ways we can grow together by incorporating the Farm into our Butte experience. Rain Alternative: Engage with the Farm and Refuge Strategic Plan and discuss growing together through inter-disciplinary work.
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM Enrollment Management Forum
FLEX # 384
Join Interim Vice Presidents Brad Zuniga and Erik Shearer for the latest on Enrollment Management.
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM Welcome Back Conversations
FLEX # 552
Miss your colleagues? Want to catch up and discuss what you’re excited about for the upcoming semester? The Flex committee recognizes how important our social connections are and we want to offer you a space to catch up and start Spring 2023 off on a positive note!
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Student Success Team Pilot
FLEX # 385
The Design Team is a cross-functional campus team that has created a Student Success Team (SST) prototype that will pilot in the spring of 2023. The Butte College SST model is using a data driven cohort management approach to assist students from entry to completion. The Design team has focused the pilot on students that are identified in the student equity plan to focus holistic support that leads to equitable success and completion. The work will share how the SST will bring together Student Services and Instruction with the goal of increased collaboration to create student pathway solutions that are proactive and personalized.
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Surviving Critical Incidents
FLEX # 550.2
How should you react during a critical incident? What actions can you take to ensure your survival and the survival of those around you? We will teach these skills through video and discussion. We will also cover existing emergency procedures such as lockdown and evacuation. It will end with an open question and answer session with members of your Police Department.
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM Club Advisor Spring Prep Workshop*
FLEX # 232
Welcome back current and new Club Advisors! At our prep workshop, we will go over club updates for the Spring semester. This is an opportunity for new and current club advisors to gain resources, learn about club processes, and strategize with other advisors. We will review club traveling, funding available, club engagement, and community building. If you are interested in starting a new club, please contact Karla Guzman Mohedano at guzmanmohedanoka@butte.edu to learn about the criteria.
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM The Science of Chai
FLEX # 154
The Science of Chai returns!! Join chai enthusiasts, Mandeep Grewal and Chris Westbay in this informative and tasty workshop where you will learn about the history and science of chai PLUS a live brewing demo and chai tasting samples!
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM Understanding Formerly Incarcerated Students
FLEX # 153
Rising Scholars invites you to join BCSO Sergeant Eric Lyon from the Day Reporting Center (DRC) in Oroville, along with department chair Tom Williams and long-time DRC instructor Mari Peters to deepen your understanding of the life, education, and justice system experience of formerly incarcerated students attending classes at Butte College. Students who have experienced the criminal justice system can face significant barriers to academic and career success, and learning about these students' prior experience can be helpful in supporting them as they move through Butte College toward academic and career success.
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM Dash to Success: Butte's Vision of Guided Pathways
FLEX # 386
Dash To Success is Butte Colleges next phase of Guided Pathways. This effort is focused on advancing equity, transforming the institution, redefining readiness by putting students first and the redesign of student supports. This workshop will provide an overview of the national and statewide context of Guided Pathways as well as the policy context that guides the work. Learn about Butte College's Guided Pathways structure through the Dash To Success Lead Team and the alignment of the priority projects with the Student Equity Plan and Butte College's Six Strategic Initiatives.
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM Overcoming Burnout
FLEX # 553
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed, overworked, tired and grumpy? Do you ever feel “stuck”? Do you find yourself complaining of the many things you ‘should’ do but don’t have any time for? Do you tend to get sick at the end of the semester from sheer exhaustion? Many of us do. Come learn more about the science of burnout and how to avoid collapsing into a heap on the carpet or and crying into your cat’s fur or feeling unable to get out of bed to teach your classes. This workshop will be both educational and experiential. You may want to have a journal ready to jot down some ideas.
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM Top 10 Things to Know about the BCEA Contract
FLEX # 387
The contract is full of important information regarding your job responsibilities, evaluation process, workplace environment, compensation and grievances. In this workshop, we will go over the top ten things to know about the contract and how they impact your work life. Bring your questions and concerns.
1:00 PM - 2:50 PM Petroleum: Modern World's Double-Edged Sword
FLEX # 156
Human beings have long noticed pools of dark viscous fluid bubbling up from the ground. Enterprising traders ladled these fluids to sell for caulking, lubrication, and even medicine. Since these pools occur sporadically, exploitation was always a somewhat irregular venture. However, with the advent of the Industrial Revolution, indoor lighting became increasingly necessary and desirable. Beginning about 1750, whale oil was being used for indoor lighting since it burns with very little soot. A factory owner, for example, could get many more hours of productive work from his peons if they had a reliable source of light in which to toil, so whale oil became a necessary competitive component. By the mid-nineteenth century, however, whalers found themselves trekking farther each year in search of their blubbery prey. American chemist, Benjamin Silliman, discovered in 1859 that petroleum (the new name for those bubbling pools) contained kerosene, a fuel that also burns with very little smoke. Using a process developed by moonshiners and perfected by his father, Silliman extracted not only kerosene but a whole host of other fluids and even solids from this strange dark liquid. The petroleum industry was born, and it has since fueled the development of our modern world.
1:00 PM - 2:20 PM Rising Scholars Ally Training
FLEX # 155
Would you like to become an official Rising Scholars ally? This workshop is for you! CCCCO Rising Scholars Network Regional Consultant Kellie Nadler will facilitate this training, which will help you understand how to best support formerly incarcerated students at Butte College. Kellie has years of experience as a consultant with the Rising Scholars Network, facilitates meetings and activities of the North Far North Restorative Justice group, and actively works to expand and strengthen higher education opportunities for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated Californians. This workshop will describe the work of the Rising Scholars Network across the state and will focus on the support needs of formerly incarcerated students. Kellie will also share resources for those who would like to learn more. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will receive a Rising Scholars Ally badge.
2:00 PM - 3:50 PM Curriculum Committee Retreat*
FLEX # 953
The Curriculum Committee will meet and review goals for the upcoming semester.
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM How to Market Your Department
FLEX # 388
Are you wanting to spread the word about what your department brings to the College? Excited to share with students and staff cool things that are going on? Like many folks, are you not sure where to start? This is an informative workshop on points of contact and processes, as well as a guide to content and avenues of sharing information from the Butte College Marketing Department. We will have an hour long presentation and question portion to help get you on your way to advertising all the great things happening in your area of the college with the resources you have.
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM Introducing CASA - Butte's New HSI Program
FLEX # 655
Butte College has been awarded a five-year Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions (DHSI) Grant from the US Department of Education. The grant will fund the Center for Access, Support & Achievement (CASA) project, and will build a comprehensive support network for student success, completion, and transfer. The grant focuses on increasing the number of Hispanic and low-income (H/LI) students that enroll, complete college level math and English, and complete a certificate and/or requirements to successfully transition to a university within no more than four years. In this workshop, we will provide an overview of the activities, support and services that will be implemented and available to students, staff and faculty.
3:30 PM - 4:50 PM Diversity Committee
FLEX # 656
Individuals interested in fostering diversity on campus are invited to join the Diversity Committee meeting and hear an overview of their work on campus and plan for the upcoming year. The Diversity Committee works to promote an inclusive community that embraces all aspects of diversity among students, faculty, and staff. To raise awareness toward this goal, the committee organizes events and participates in campus events; provides diversity workshops and training on campus; funds faculty, staff, and students to diversity workshops off campus; and makes recommendations to faculty, staff, and administration on diversity-related topics.
4:00 PM - 4:50 PM President's Glenn Center Visit
FLEX # 390
President/Superintendent Virginia Guleff will highlight the value of the Glenn County Center and present an overview of programs offered there.

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