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August 20, 2021

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Wednesday, March 29, 2023

All Day Run for Student Government by March 29

The Butte College Student Government (A.S.) is now accepting Student Government applications for the 23/24 academic year!   Applications due March 29.

Student Government members represent the student voice regarding important matters that affect their experience at Butte College. They participate on campus committees and help fund campus projects, student initiatives, clubs, campus events and more!

Join the Butte College Student Government! 

·         Students earn an honorarium ($450 to $1,350)  

·         Students receive a staff parking pass each semester 

·         Students help make real change at Butte College 

·         Students will get to learn alongside an amazing group of fellow students 

·         Students will get to go to statewide leadership and advocacy conferences 

·         Students will be trained in effective leadership, equity & inclusion, advocacy methods, how to run meetings, group dynamic theories, campus policies, and much more! 


No Prior Experience Required 

In fact, most students come to the A.S. team with little to no previous leadership experience.  Our team will provide them with on-going training to help them understand their position, explain how our campus processes work, and help them reach their potential! 

To learn more and to submit an application visit the Butte College Student Government Webpage! Or contact the A.S. advisor, Kim Scott 530.895.2945 or

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Friday, August 20, 2021

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Dept Chair Retreat: Session 1*
FLEX # 22
This training is designed to provide new and continuing department chairs with the tools and resources needed for them to be successful in their position. Agenda will include topics related to scheduling, staffing , load, evaluation, budget, contract changes, reports server, student concerns, etc. This training will be followed up with a half day training in October. Lunch is included.  Please RSVP to Jennifer Stepanoff: 
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM Dialog Days: Discussions across Disciplines
FLEX # 112
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?
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM Surviving Critical Incidents
FLEX # 500.2
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.
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM Tour of Butte College Athletic Facilities
FLEX # 397.1
We will be taking a tour of all the athletic facilities. The purpose of this will be to get more faculty and staff familiarized with what is happening in the athletics department.
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Dialog Days: What is "General" Education?
FLEX # 397.2
Calling all faculty! Why do we require students to take GE classes? Faculty teaching in programs that require students to take GE classes: What skills from these classes would be most helpful for your students? For faculty teaching in GE areas: What skills do students need to gain from your discipline.
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Early Alert/Student Success Services
FLEX # 208
This workshop will share with participants the goal of Butte College’s Early Alert Program. Butte College’s Early Alert Program will be transitioning to Hobson’s Starfish. The workshop’s focus will be on how to utilize and make appropriate referrals using Hobson’s Starfish.
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities
FLEX # 207.2
When and why should you complete a Behavioral/Academic Incident Report? Student discipline problems are on the rise, and the number of student appeals and complaints have gone up dramatically. What you don’t know about your rights and student due process can cause both you and the student unnecessary problems. Topics of discussion will include: What constitutes disruption? How do you report an incident? What happens after you submit a report?
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM Behind the Scenes: Recruiting the Butte Baseball Player
FLEX # 113
We will be sharing our slideshow that we use when recruiting families and
players. This information will give you an inside look to what is happening within our program and what we are using, saying and doing to promote our program and the college to the prospective student athletes.
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM The Shadow of the Black Hole
FLEX # 114
In this workshop, I will talk about the mysterious black holes, an esoteric scientific idea that has so strongly captured the public imagination and became deeply rooted into pop culture. I will explain how astronomers are so sure that black holes are real, even if we cannot observe them directly, and tackle common misconceptions about them. Lastly, I will talk about how a large international collaboration of astronomers succeeded in observing what happens just outside the “event horizon” of a black hole, thanks to an array made of individual telescopes working together as a single Earth sized telescope. This discovery is a powerful metaphor of the fact that any difficulty can be overcome if people work together to reach their common goal.
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Ask a Butte Biologist! COVID-19 Vaccines - Part 2
FLEX # 111.2
In part I of this presentation, the Butte College Biology faculty will introduce the replication cycle of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 disease, and explain how vaccines work to protect against disease. In part II, we will share up to date information on the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines, the resources we use to stay current, and answer questions about the biology behind the vaccines. If you already attended the spring 2021 presentation or watched the recording, we recommend you only attend part II.

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