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January 20, 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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Friday, January 20, 2023

WINTER 2023 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT P/NP FORM
Winter 2023 Deadline to Submit P/NP form to Admissions & Records at admissions@butte.edu.
All Day WINTER 2023 DEADLINE TO SUBMIT GRADUATION APPLICATIONS TO ADMISSIONS & RECORDS
Deadline to submit Winter 2023 Graduation Applications to Admissions & Records. Students seeking to receive degrees at the end of the Winter 2023 term MUST make an appointment with a Counselor to complete a Graduation Application prior to this deadline.
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM Dialog Days: Translation Station
FLEX # 157.1
What does it mean to “think critically”? Do you “communicate competently”? How do you “engage collaboratively” with colleagues? Are you “working effectively”? Want the answers? Come to Dialog Days!
9:00 AM - 10:50 AM Positron Emission Tomography (PET): Detecting Cancer Early
FLEX # 158
Fifty years ago, a cancer diagnosis was very often a death sentence for the patient because the primitive detection techniques then in use simply couldn’t find cancer until it was too late. Today, many cancers are detectable very early on using quite sophisticated techniques. One of the most versatile is called Positron Emission Tomography (PET). This technique uses a particular anti-matter radioactive decay mode to detect the presence of very small cancer clusters. It is being used successfully to detect brain, cervix, prostate, lung, and thyroid cancers as well as colorectal, pancreatic, lymphatic, and melanoma tumors. It is even being used to examine heart tissue to assess damage from coronary artery disease and it can image the brain to track the progression of ailments like Alzheimer’s disease. This workshop will give an overview of PET physics and the technology used to provide physicians with informative images. We’ll examine the radiation dose a patient typically receives, how the radioactive isotopes are prepared in a medical center, and how the body’s metabolic processes facilitate their use. We will also examine what the future holds for this amazing and painless technique. Who knows…given the prevalence of cancer and our increasingly long life spans, this workshop might provide a glimpse into your personal medical future. No background is needed.
9:00 AM - 11:50 AM Safe Zone I
FLEX # 657
The Safe Zone training at Butte is a 3-hour introductory training that invites participants to learn about LGBTQ+ issues, provide resources, and create a supportive environment for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff exploring issues of sexual identity, gender identity, and gender expression. Your Safe Zone certification expires every two years. This is because terminology and queer culture changes and also because we're all learning. We can always use updating and practice! Join us.
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Dialog Days: Measuring Spoons
FLEX # 157.2
If you come to Measuring Spoons, your future assessments will take the cake! Join our dialog about the pros and cons of different assessment types. Are you assessing what you think you are assessing? Are there hidden biases inherent in different types of assessments? Walk away with the recipe for assessment success. Just some food for
thought.
10:00 AM - 11:20 AM Part-time Faculty Association (PFA) Meeting
FLEX # 18
Join Part-Time Faculty Association President and get an update on all the PFA issues.
10:00 AM - 11:20 AM (Cancelled) Tour of Athletic Facilities & Athlete Study Hall
FLEX # 159
Get a first hand look at all of the athletic facilities we have to offer prospective student athletes and what is available to them in the CAS.
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM AC/DC Reflections
FLEX # 188
What does learning look like across disciplines? Join us for a discussion with faculty from across campus! Questions we will discuss: Are there overlaps in our outcomes? Do we use similar types of assessments? What are some common challenges we face?
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM The Science of Meditation
FLEX # 554
Is meditation worth the hype? What does it do, and how does it do it? Can it change how we think and perceive? Why is it hard to meditate, can you get past that, and is it worth it to try? We'll explore these questions and bring yours along too. We will also experience the "Wheel of Awareness" meditation by Dr. Dan Siegel, UCLA School of
Medicine.
11:30 AM - 12:50 PM (Cancelled) Recruiting the Butte Baseball Player
FLEX # 160
A behind the scenes look into the recruiting of a student athlete into the Butte College baseball program.
11:30 AM - 12:50 PM Understanding the Size of Things by Using Scale
FLEX # 161
How big is the Universe? How much is 4.3 trillion dollars? How big is an atom? How much energy does the Sun produce? We need to understand scale to navigate a world where big numbers and large concepts are involved in many critical topics. Taking something that seems esoteric and making it relatable to our everyday experiences is a powerful tool. In this workshop, we will look at different techniques to grasp the seemingly ungraspable and expand our minds so we can understand the grand scale of nature’s wonders.
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM Campus IT Systems Maintenance

Services Impacted: Colleague, SARS, Image Now, Self Service, MYBC Portal, Report Services

Scheduled Downtime: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Locations: All Locations (Main Campus, Glenn, Chico Center, Skyway, Cosmetology)

Anticipated Availability:  5:00 pm


IT will be performing planned system maintenance and upgrades to the systems listed above.

             

Please log out of all systems prior to Noon.

  

If you have any questions, please contact User Support Services at 895-2888

 

12:00 PM - 1:20 PM Lets Grow Together: Meet Your Academic Senator
FLEX # 392
Shared governance is integral to the vitality of our academic life as faculty of Butte College. The Butte College Academic Senate's purview is in regards to academic and professional matters (https://www.asccc.org/10_1 ). As such, Academic Senators represent specific constituencies on our campus. Join us for the opportunity to meet your Academic Senator and the Executive Committee. We plan on an interactive time of engagement and connection. Academic Senators from the following constituency areas will be present: BIOL, MATH, AJ, ALH, EMS, FN, FSC, KIN, NSG, RT, CDF, CLP, CMST, ENGL, ETHS, GEOG, HIST, LANG, PHIL, POS, PSY, READ, SOC, SPAN, Associate Faculty, and DEI I Diversity.

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