HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, shares recent news and events with the community, including:
- HACC Names Director of Performing Artist Series
- Instructors Needed for Spring 2017 Community Education Series
- HACC Faculty, Staff Recognized by HACC Foundation
HACC Names Director of Performing Artist Series
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Lisa Campbell has been named director of the Performing Artist Series at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
In her role as director, Campbell is responsible for the coordination, promotion, implementation and oversight of the Live at Rose Lehrman (LARL) series in the Rose Lehrman Arts Center on HACC’s Harrisburg Campus. Each year, LARL presents a variety of distinctive, diverse and professional offerings of live dance, music and theatre events that bring community audiences to the campus. In addition, LARL provides numerous opportunities for curriculum enhancement and audience development through a variety of professional artist residency activities.
Campbell most recently served as the founding executive director of the McGlothlin Center for the Arts at Emory and Henry College, Emory, Virginia. Previous appointments have included director of the Center for Student Affairs at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas; creative services manager for Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey; director of diversity and outreach for Miami University, Oxford, Ohio; and director of the Waldron Campus Center and Student Organizations for Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania.
Campbell graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in theatre and a master’s degree in higher education administration. In 2014 she completed a certificate in arts management through the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
The 2016-17 LARL season began Sept. 21, 2016 with a performance by Soul Street Dance, a dynamic, Houston-based street dance company. Season details are available at https://www.hacc.edu/RLAC/.
Instructors Needed for Spring 2017 Community Education Series
GETTYSBURG, Pa. – A quirky personality, drive for community involvement and love for teaching are the qualities needed to be a great Community Education Series instructor. The Gettysburg Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, is looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable instructors who have an interest in presenting a topic for the spring 2017 Community Education Series.
The series will include a variety of short workshops that can expand knowledge in topics like the arts, politics, history or finances; improve computer skills; or provide fascinating facts for trivia nights with friends. Instructors can choose a topic that interests them and create a unique and personalized workshop to share the information with the community.
Some previous topics include:
- “The War on Drugs: Fact, Fiction and Controversy”
- “What’s New in Windows 10?”
- “How Do We Get Loose? ‘Plato’s Cave’
- “It’s the End of the World, and I Feel Fine”
- “Community Food Systems: What Roles Can I Play?”
- “Create a Movie with Digital Pictures”
To become a Community Education Series instructor, please complete the Community Education Course/Lecture proposal form. For more information, please call 717-339-3578 or e-mail email@example.com.
HACC Faculty, Staff Recognized by HACC Foundation
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Three employees at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, recently received awards from the HACC Foundation in recognition of their accomplishments and contributions to the College.
Recipients of the HACC Foundation’s Faculty and Staff Awards are:
- Kathy Brickner, executive director of business affairs of the Gettysburg and York campuses, who received the Bruce E. Cooper, Esq. Leadership Award for demonstrating results-oriented leadership in advancing enrichment of the College and its surrounding communities
- Christine Cappuzzo, senior campus director of counseling and advising at the Harrisburg Campus, who received the Betty Martin Staff Development Award, which provides funding assistance for opportunities such as workshops, seminars, travel, study or other opportunities not eligible for HACC funding
- Brenda Eppley, professor of theatre, who received the Betty Martin Staff Development Award, which provides funding assistance for opportunities such as workshops, seminars, travel, study or other opportunities not eligible for HACC funding
For more information about the award winners, please visit http://www.hacc.edu/Resources/Faculty-Award-Winners.cfm.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, offers more than 120 career and transfer associate degree, certificate and diploma programs to approximately 19,000 students. Also, the College serves students at its Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York campuses; through virtual learning; and via workforce development and continuing education training. For more information on how HACC is uniquely YOURS, visit hacc.edu. Also, follow us on Twitter (@HACC_info), like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/HACC64) and use #HACCNews.
About the HACC Foundation
The HACC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established in 1985 to raise funds for HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College. Donors to the HACC Foundation include individuals, community organizations and corporations. The HACC Foundation is gratefully YOURS. For more information, please visit haccfoundation.org. Also, follow us on Twitter (@HACC_info), like us on Facebook (Facebook.com/HACC64) and use #HACCNews.