November 14, 2018

THIS WEEK

TODAY!  Nov. 14 – The Japanese Culture Exchange Club Fundraiser | 11:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m., Cafeteria | Flea market items will be available for sale and the Japan Week T-shirts for $10.  Please attend the
fundraiser and give support!

 

Student Recital Hour flyer


TODAY! NOV. 14 – Student Recital Hour | 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Free admission | Featuring Bellevue College music students.

 

 

 

Jono VaughanTONIGHT! NOV. 14 NEDDY ARTIST AWARDS EXHIBITION, 5-7:00 P.M.,
Jono Vaughan was a Neddy Finalist, which is an award given through Cornish
and the Behnke family.  Jono was one of the eight chosen finalists. Three others were in her category, so she was one of four in the Open Media category.  Visit the Cornish web site to read more about the event. Congratulations Jono!

 

Tula's Jazz ClubTONIGHT! Nov. 14BC Jazz Band at Tula’s | 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue College Jazz Band, Jim Sisko, Director |

Please visit the Tula’s Jazz Club web site for more information and to make reservations.


Theatre Arts Performance Heavier Than...

THURSDAY, Nov. 8-10 & 15-17Heavier Than…, by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

SATURDAY, NOV. 17, TEDxSEATTLE 2018:  Tall Order  | McCaw Hall, doors open at 8:00 a.m. Jono Vaughan will be one of the speakers at this event.  You are invited to attend Jono’s talk, and/or attend for the whole day.  Visit the TEDxSEATTLE web site to purchase tickets and for more information.

 

 

Vocal Jazz Thanksgiving Summit Concert

MONDAY, NOV. 19 Vocal Jazz Thanksgiving Summit Concert | 7:00 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring the BC Jazz Singers, Mt. Si H.S., Sammamish H.S., and Meadowdale H.S. | Admission: FREE

 

 

Upcoming Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

 

From the Chamber performance flyer

  MONDAY, NOV. 26 From the Chamber | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | Dr. Brian Cobb, Curator | Admission: $5 available through Brown Paper Tickets.

 

 

 

Jazz Band Performance Concert WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28Jazz Combos Concert | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | Jim Sisko, Director | Admission: $5 available through Brown Paper Tickets.

FRIDAY, DEC. 7Juletide “A Celebration of the Season in Song” Concert | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | Featuring the Bellevue College Concert Choir, BC Jazz Singers and the Bellevue Community Band | Thomas Almli and Dennis Bloomfield, Conductors | Admission: $10 available through Brown Paper Tickets.

November 7, 2018

Weekly News DigestTHIS WEEK
♦ TODAY!  November 7, 1:30-2:20 p.m. Room R103 B&C.  INFORMATION SESSION  about A&H Division’s revised Quality Online Instruction (QOI) review process.  Several details will be covered, including:  Background of process, course standards, instructor training requirements and recommendations, review process and Q&A.  If you are interested in being a reviewer for QOI, you are also welcome to attend this session.  Please contact any members of the task force with your questions or concerns.  Dan Beert, Brian Bergen-Aurand, David Lopez-Kopp, and Katherine Medbery-Oleson, A&H Quality Online Instruction Task Force

Theatre Arts Performance Heavier Than...

 

THURSDAY, November 8-10 & 15-17 Heavier Than…, by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

THROUGH  DECEMBER 16 | The Annual Faculty Exhibition, Gallery Space, D271. Check the Gallery Space web site for up-to-date hours.

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS
Student Recital Hour flyer


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14 Student Recital Hour | 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Free admission | Featuring Bellevue College music students.

 

 

Tula's Jazz ClubWEDNESDAY, Nov. 14BC Jazz Band at Tula’s | 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue College Jazz Band, Jim Sisko, Director |  Please visit the Tula’s Jazz Club web site for more information and to make reservations.

Vocal Jazz Thanksgiving Summit Concert MONDAY, NOV. 19 Vocal Jazz Thanksgiving Summit Concert | 7:00 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring the BC Jazz Singers, Mt. Si H.S., Sammamish H.S., and Meadowdale H.S. | Admission: $5

 

 

From the Chamber performance flyer
MONDAY, NOV
. 26 From the Chamber | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | Dr. Brian Cobb, Curator | Admission : $5 through Brown Paper Tickets.

October 31, 2018

THIS WEEK
THURSDAY, NOV. 1Fall Jazz NightCarlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. $7 General Admission, $5 Students/Seniors/Veterans | Featuring: the BC Jazz Singers, BC Big Band & BC Jazz Combos | Thomas Almli and Jim Sisko, Directors | Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

Annual Faculty Show

 

OCTOBER 19 –  DECEMBER 16 | The Annual Faculty Exhibition, Gallery Space, D271 Check the Gallery Space web site for up-to-date hours.

 

 

 

BELLEVUE COLLEGE DESIGN STUDENTS: WINNERS

Daniel Cruz and Kristin Hensley received the 2018 Wilsonart Student Portfolio Awards, announced at the InAwards on October 29, hosted by the Northern Pacific Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).

Daniel won the Senior Portfolio, and Kristin won the Sophomore Portfolio award. Their work was judged by a distinguished panel of jurors – Grace Eun, Dina Griffin, and Barry Richards – and presented at the event alongside outstanding work from local professionals in a variety of interior design project categories.

Student portfolios are judged on 1) visual communication and graphic appeal, 2) concept delivery and design content, 3) technical skills, and 4) written communication and clarity.

The Interior Design Department congratulates Daniel and Kristin on the rigor of their process, the care they take to get the details right, their creative character, and for representing their fellow students in such an exemplary way

 

Daylight Saving Time Ends flyerCLOCKS FALL BACK ONE HOUR
♦  Don’t forget to turn your clock back one hour this Sunday, November 4Read more about why the clocks are forwarded one hour in the spring, and fall back one hour in November.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Theatre Arts Performance Heavier Than...

November 8-10 & 15-17.  Heavier Than…, by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

 

 

 

 

Student Recital Hour flyer
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14
Student Recital Hour | 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Free admission | Featuring Bellevue College music students

 

 

 

Tula's Jazz Club WEDNESDAY, Nov. 14 BC Jazz Band at Tula’s | 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue College Jazz Band, Jim Sisko, Director |
Please visit the Tula’s Jazz Club web site for more information and to make reservations.

Vocal Jazz Thanksgiving Summit Concert
MONDAY, NOV. 19
Vocal Jazz Thanksgiving Summit Concert | 7:00 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring the BC Jazz Singers, Mt. Si H.S., Sammamish H.S., and Meadowdale H.S. | Admission: $5

October 24, 2018

THIS WEEK

TODAY! Oct. 24 BCAHE  IS COMING TO A&H, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  2nd floor hallway.  Questions  will be answered about the contract, flyers will be available about benefits, promotions, rights and responsibilities etc.  Drop your business card off and have a chance at winning a BCAHE camp shirt or  gift card.  Snacks and coffee will be available.  At least drop by to say hi!

March 15 Potluck TODAY! Oct. 24 A&H Division COMFORT FOOD POTLUCK, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. A&H lunchroom | Bring something from your family/tradition/culture that brings people together around the table.  Today is National Food Day, which emphasizes health and good nutrition, but we can overlook that!  Please sign up here: SignUpGenius.   Hope to see you at the potluck!  Gordon & Katherine A&H Social Coordinators.

Annual Faculty Show
OCTOBER 19 –  DECEMBER 16
| The Annual Faculty Exhibition, Gallery Space, D271.  Check the Gallery Space web site for up-to-date hours.

 

 

NEDDY ARTIST AWARDS EXHIBITION – Neddy Finalist, Jono Vaughan

Jono Vaughan WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14, NEDDY ARTIST AWARDS EXHIBITION, 5-7:00 P.M.,  Jono Vaughan was a Neddy Finalist, which is an award given through Cornish and the Behnke family.  Jono was one of the eight chosen finalists. Three others were in her category, so she was one of four in the Open Media category.  Visit the Cornish web site to read more about the event.

SATURDAY, NOV. 17, TEDxSEATTLE 2018: Tall Order  | McCaw Hall, doors open at 8:00 a.m. Jono Vaughan will be one of the speakers at this event.  You are invited to attend Jono’s talk, and/or attend for the whole day.  Visit the TEDxSEATTLE web site to purchase tickets and for more information.

**EMPLOYEE FLU SHOTS**


OCTOBER 29 & 30 | Find out more information from the FYI Bulletin that was posted previously.
You will need to bring the Vaccination Consent form with you.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Fall Jazz Night
Thursday, NOV
. 1
Fall Jazz Night.  Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. |
$7 General Admission, $5 Students/Seniors/Veterans | Featuring: the BC Jazz Singers, BC Big Band & BC Jazz Combos
Thomas Almli and Jim Sisko, Directors
| Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

 

Theatre Arts Performance Heavier Than...

NOVEMBER 8-10 & 15-17.  Heavier Than, by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m. | Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

 

 

Student Recital Hour flyer
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14
Student Recital Hour | 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Free admission | Featuring Bellevue College music students

 

Tula's Jazz Club WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14 –  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s | 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue College Jazz Band, Jim Sisko, Director |  Please visit the Tula’s Jazz Club web site for more information and to make reservations.

 

 

October 17, 2018

Beach_at_nightTHIS WEEK
FRIDAY, OCT. 19  –   70th Annual Northwest Philosophy Conference.
Guest speaker, Andrew Light will be speaking on Climate Justice. Carlson Theatre, Noon – 2:00 p.m.
All are welcome!

 

  FRIDAY, OCT. 19 Faculty Art Show |  4:00 – 7:00 p.m.  Gallery Space, Room D 271 | For more information, contact: Jono Vaughan

March 15 PotluckDIVISION POTLUCK
  WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 11:00 am – 2:00 p.m.  It’s mid-quarter and getting colder, so let’s have a COMFORT FOOD POTLUCK in the newly renovated lunchroom.  Bring something from your family/ tradition / culture that brings people together around the table.  October 24 is National Food Day, which
emphasizes health and good nutrition, but we can overlook that!  Please sign up here: SignUpGenius.  We are good on supplies except for plastic forks, so someone can donate those if you like.
– Thanks, Gordon & Katherine A&H Social Coordinators

BCAHE logo
BCAHE IS COMING TO A&H

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. 2nd floor hallway.  Questions will be answered about the contract, flyers will be available about benefits, promotions, rights and responsibilities etc.  Drop your  business card off and have a chance at winning a BCAHE camp shirt or gift card.  Snacks and coffee will
be available.  At least drop by to say hi!

 


CONGRATULATIONS TO INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENTS – Fatuma Ali and Daniel Cruz!
Hooray
Fatuma and Daniel are finalists for the 2018 Gray Awards.  The final winner in each category – selected from among the five finalists – will be revealed at the awards party on November 29 at the Sanctuary, in downtown Seattle.  Winning projects will also be featured in the December/January GRAY Awards issue. You can see sample images of Daniel and Fatuma’s work at the Gray Magazine awards site.  Look for the Student Design: Open Category link on the finalists page.

 

 

Japan Week LogoJAPAN WEEK @ BC – Survey
 
The 2018 Japan Week @ Bellevue College was a huge success with many happy faces attending the event from Oct. 1 –6th.  If you attended any of the activities /lectures / etc. would you please fill out a short Post Event Survey that our students have created?  We’d like to hear from as many people as possible.  Thank you for your help and cooperation.
2018 Japan Week Post-event Survey.  – The Japan Week Student Leaders

UPCOMING EVENTS

Fall Jazz Night

THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 7:30 p.m.Fall Jazz Night | Carlson Theatre
Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

 

 

 

Theatre Arts Performance Heavier Than...

NOVEMBER 8-10 & 15-17Heavier Than…, by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

 

October 10, 2018

 

 

 

THIS WEEK

Workshop Flyer♦ FRIDAY, Oct. 12African Dance and Drum Workshop, sponsored by

Bellevue College Dance Company (BCDC). 1:30-3:00 p.m., Dance Studio, R 014

NO Experience necessary. Workshop flyer For more info, contact Laura PetersonDance Flyer
Pdf flyer

 

MONDAY, Oct. 15Quality Online Instruction (QUI) review process information session. 10:30-11:30 a.m., R 110 A&B.  See information below in Faculty Resources.


Faculty

Please MARK YOUR CALENDARS to attend an information session about our division’s revised Quality Online Instruction (QUI) Review Process. We will cover several details during the information session, including: background of process, course standards, instructor training requirements and recommendations, review process & Q&A.

TWO INFORMATION SESSIONS will be held during fall quarter:
◊ Monday, October 15, 10:30-11:20 a.m. in R110 A&B
◊ Wednesday, November 7, 1:30-2:30 p.m. in R103 B&C.
The same information will be covered both sessions, so you only need to attend one.

Please contact any members of the task force with your questions or concerns.  Dan Beert, Brian Bergen-Aurand, David Lopez-Kopp, or Katherine Medbery-Oleson.


Upcoming Events

Friday, October 1970th Annual Northwest Philosophy Conference
Guest speaker, Andrew Light will be speaking on Climate Justice. Carlson Theatre, Noon – 2:00 p.m.  All are welcome.

Thursday, Nov. 1 Fall Jazz Night. Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. $7 General Admission $7 & $5 Students/Seniors/Veterans |
Featuring: the BC Jazz Singers, BC Big Band & BC Jazz Combos
Thomas Almli and Jim Sisko, Directors

November 8-10 & 15-17. Heavier Than, by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

October 3, 2018

THIS WEEK

  JAPAN WEEK continues: TODAY’S lectures (OCT. 3)
1. Elements of Japanese Interior Design, 1:30-2:30 p.m., D106
2. The Samurai Secret of Success, 2:30-3:20 p.m., D106

THURSDAY, OCT. 4 & FRIDAY, OCT. 5 –  visit the
JAPAN WEEK web site for program information.

Japan Week Schedule**We now have over 220 volunteers signed up to help on Saturday, Oct. 6, so
volunteer applications are not being accepted at this time.  It will be
an awesome event for all volunteers and non-volunteers.  Browse
around the Japan Week website, created by our students, to find
something of interest to you.  Looking forward to seeing many of you!
submitted by Anne Matsumoto Stewart

SATURDAY, OCT. 6 Belletrist Seattle Release Party,
Vermillion Art Gallery & Bar, 1508 11th Avenue, Seattle, 98122
Doors open at 4:00 p.m. for drinks and food. Reading will begin
5:15ish.  All ages are welcome.  Come hear a smattering of our
fantastic writers!  Readers include Jason Bargueno, Amy Schrader,
Gina LaLonde, Erika Michael, Linda Malnack, Arlene Naganawa,
Karen Holman & Dehlia Ackley.  Hope to see you there!
-submitted by Jeanne Morel

MONDAY, OCT. 8Cesar Chavez and Non-violence, a presentation by
Philosophy instructor Mark Storey.  D126P, 1:30-2:20 p.m.  Flyer (pdf file)

FacultyFACULTY RESOURCES

 Instructors can submit tickets (through the Request Center) for any instructional
design/canvas/eLearning queries.  eLearning will assign a designated
instructional designer to assist them.  Request Center Link (you may need to
log in first with your log in info.)  After you log into the Request Center and
click on the eLearning icon (middle row, scroll down towards the bottom), you will
see the Request Center Menu, choose the link that best describes your issue.

 Inclusion is all our responsibilities. Please visit the Faculty Common’s Blog to read
valuable blog posts about various experiences with diversity in higher education.
Also, please read about how to take care of self in these volatile times.

1. Visiting and online discussion with students about the concept of reverse racism  (10/04/18)
2. Autism 101: Autism Cultural Responsiveness for Improved Interactions (9/24/2018)
3. The Importance of Awareness of Self and Self-Care Part II (9/24/2018
4. The Importance of Awareness of Self and Self-Care (09/1/2018)

Please check back weekly!  Submitted by Ron Holland

Do you have information to share that you think might benefit your division
colleagues?
The weekly A&H Digest  features “Faculty Resources, for
disseminating informative articles, workshops, and other events of specific interest to
Please send all info to:  Janis Juarez

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

Friday, October 19  – 70th Annual Northwest Philosophy Conference
Guest speaker, Andrew Light will be speaking on Climate Justice, Carlson Theatre,
Noon – 2:00 p.m.  All are welcome.

November 8-10 & 15-17.  Heavier Than by Steve Yockey | Stop Gap Studio, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

September 26, 2018

THIS WEEK
JAPAN WEEK will start Monday, October 1, with a Taiko (Japanese drumming) hands-on workshop from 1:30-2:20 p.m., Room N201. Many other lectures/demonstrations  will take place during the week.  Visit the Japan Week web site for updated weekday activities
information.
Japan Week LogoWe are recruiting 200 volunteers for the final Saturday, Oct. 6, open-to-public “Festival Day and have 25 volunteer positions still open.  Volunteers will receive a Japan Week T-shirt by volunteering for 4 hours or more.  Please see the Volunteer Registration Form.
Submitted by Anne Matsumoto Stewart.

 

WRITING LAB / ADVISING CLASS VISITS

Academic Success Center The WRITING LAB is available for a brief CLASS VISIT at the beginning or end of your class time to let students know about what the Lab offers.  Please contact us at:
writinglab@bellevuecollege.edu  and we will coordinate with you to schedule a visit!

Advisor Deanne Schedule CLASSROOM VISITS with Deanne Eschbach during fall quarter 2018.  This includes any
class within the A/H division.  They are approximately 10 minutes in length.  The visit is very informal
and more of a question and answer format.  The discussion involves registration and advising. Visits are on any Tuesday or Wednesday.  You are encouraged to schedule your visit soon.  To schedule a visit, please contact the division front desk or Deanne Eschbach, or stop by Deanne’s office, R240E.
PLEASE NOTE: it is recommended that scheduling be done between week three and week five of the quarter.

Faculty
FACULTY RESOURCES

Visit the Faculty Commons Fall 2018 Schedule to see all workshops available.

Do you have information to share that you think might benefit your division
colleagues?
  The weekly A&H Digest  features “Faculty Resources, for
disseminating informative articles, workshops, and other events of specific interest to
faculty.  Please send all info to:  Janis Juarez

Flyer for eventsUPCOMING EVENTS

 Thursday, October 4THE WELCOME BACK CENTER IS VISITING BELLEVUE COLLEGE!  The Puget Sound Welcome Back Center (WBC) assists internationally educated professionals who are living permanently in Washington State. WBC works with education and agency partners to help professionals re-enter their professions.

Highline College Welcome Back CenterVISIT the Welcome Back web site.
Presentation: 10:00-11:30 a.m. in N201. Please arrive by 10:00 a.m. for the presentation, and  stay for at least one hour.

Advising Session: 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. in R 140 A (located in R 130).  No appointment is needed for advising.  Drop in any time between 12:00-2:00 p.m.
PLEASE JOIN US! – ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

September 19, 2018

News DigestTHIS WEEK
TONIGHT!  Wednesday, September 19,  7:30 p.m. Jim Sisko’s Bellevue College Jazz Band Performing at Tula’s Jazz Club | $12 cover charge

 

SATURDAY, September 22, 2:00 p.m.  Artist Talk with painter Dale Lindman and sculptor Phillip Levine.  Please visit the PROGRAPHICA / KOPLIN DEL RIO GALLERY  web site for more information including artist talk date.  Exhibit Poster.

♦  TUESDAY, September 25, 12:30 p.m. in the courtyard between the L and R buildings (L Lobby in case of rain).  Belletrist’s 2018 issue releaseEveryone is invited to a reading and refreshments to celebrate the release of Belletrist’s 2018 issue.  Belletrist  is the national literary magazine published annually by Bellevue College, featuring the work of professional writers alongside that of our students.  Faculty, students, and selected contributors will read from their own work and work published in the just-released issue.  Visit the Belletrist web site.

Scent free zone posterFRIENDLY REMINDER OF SCENT-FREE POLICY

  In response to health concerns, Arts & Humanities  has developed a Scent-Free Policy Scented products such as hairspray, perfume and deodorant can trigger reactions such as  respiratory distress and headaches.  Instructors, students, staff and visitors are asked to not use these products when visiting the A&H office.  Arts & Humanities at Bellevue College is a Scent-free environment.  Remember, what seems like a light application to you can bring on a situation where someone is put into serious distress.  Please be mindful.  The biggest culprit  is “perfume.”  Please read more.

Syllabus iconSYLLABI / OFFICE HOURS Reminder

♦ Please send your CANVAS syllabi links to me (Janis Juarez), or submit them through the Request Center.
« Please send all ELI and BaTS CANVAS syllabi links to «Seda Markarova.«

Syllabi template is now available on the Bellevue College web site under eLEARNING.  All links have been updated.

If you have ANY QUESTIONS or COMMENTS regarding the syllabi template be sure to e-mail: eLEARNING.

Make your Canvas Syllabus Publicly Viewable instructions.

**PLEASE NOTE:  Be sure to include both A&H policy links in your syllabi:
1. the Student Procedures & Expectations
2. the Arts & Humanities Commitment to Student Growth and Development.  They are located on the A&H webs site under “Student Information.”

Office Hours Send your office hours to Jon Kissoondyal for fall 2018.  He would like your office location, office phone # (if you have one) and the time available to students.


FacultyFACULTY RESOURCES

 Visit the Faculty Commons Fall 2018 Schedule to see all workshops available.

The 4th Annual Pearson ELT Webinar Series, October 15-19 | View session descriptions.

**Do you have information to share that you think might benefit your division colleagues? 
The weekly A&H Digest  features  “Faculty Resources, for disseminating informative articles, workshops, and other events of specific interest to faculty.  Please send all info to:  Janis Juarez

Upcoming Events
UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday, October 1 – Saturday, October 6Japan Week at BC.  BC’s Japanese Culture Exchange Club will be presenting a cultural and educational event called “Japan Week” during the first week of October on campus. Confirmed Weekday lecture schedule.  It would be great if you could include these in your fall quarter syllabus/schedule.  We would like to have as many students as possible attend. Please visit the Japan Week web site for updated information and about getting involved by volunteering.  Volunteer Registration Form.

 

 

September 12, 2018

THIS WEEK

 TODAY!  Wednesday, September 12, A&H Retreat | Bellevue Club, 11200 SE 6th St. Bellevue, 98004  | 9:00 am – 4:30 |
Breakfast will not be provided.  Agenda | lunch menu

Syllabus in large black lettersSYLLABI

  • Please send your CANVAS syllabi links (Janis Juarez) to me, or submit them through the Request Center.
    **Please send all ELI and BaTS CANVAS syllabi links to Seda Markarova.

  • Syllabi template is now available on the Bellevue College web site under eLEARNING.  All links have been updated.
    If you have any questions or comments regarding the syllabi template be sure to e-mail: eLEARNING.

**PLEASE NOTE:  Be sure to include both A&H policy links in your syllabi:
1. the Student Procedures & Expectations
2. the Arts & Humanities Commitment to Student Growth and Development.  They are located on the A&H webs site under “Student Information.”

FacultyFACULTY RESOURCES

  • Visit the Faculty Commons Fall 2018 Schedule to see all workshops available. 

    **Do you have information to share that you think might benefit your division colleagues? The weekly A&H Digest  features Faculty Resources,” for disseminating informative articles, workshops, and other events of specific interest to faculty. Please send all info to:  Janis Juarez

save the dateUPCOMING EVENTS

  • Wednesday, September 19, 7:30 pm |  Jim Sisko’s Bellevue College Jazz Band Performing at Tula’s Jazz Club | $12 cover charge
  • Monday, October 1 – Saturday, October 6Japan Week at BC.  BC’s Japanese Culture Exchange Club will be presenting a cultural and educational event called Japan Week during the first week of October on campus. Confirmed Weekday lecture schedule.  It would be great if you could include these in your fall quarter syllabus/schedule.  We would like to have as many students as possible attend. Please visit the Japan Week web site for updated information and about getting involved by volunteering.  Volunteer Registration Form.