July 2016
Florida State College at Jacksonville BlueWave News

FSCJ Joins Achieving the Dream Network to Improve Student Success

FSCJ was selected to join Achieving the Dream (ATD), an exclusive, national community college network dedicated to improving student success. Acting as a catalyst to support and strengthen colleges, ATD helps to ensure that more students complete postsecondary education, giving them a greater opportunity for economic success. The capacity-building framework and companion self-assessment allow member colleges to pinpoint strengths and opportunities for improvement across key institutional areas such as leadership and vision, teaching and learning and data and technology.

As one of more than 200 community colleges throughout the country to be chosen for membership, FSCJ will benefit from ATD’s decade of experience, network collaboration and mentorship to help build proficiencies, deepen our ability to collect and analyze data, construct strategic partnerships, align student success efforts – with specific interest on low-income students and students of color – and support change in identified areas of need. The results will include higher retention and completion rates as well as closure of achievement gaps.

Last month, Dr. John Woodward, Dr. Carrie Henderson, Dr. Marie Gnage, Dr. Chris Holland, Dr. John Wall and Dr. Angela Browning represented FSCJ at the ATD Cohort Kickoff Institute in Scottsdale, Arizona. They joined 11 other kickoff teams from colleges across the nation to collectively and collaboratively develop processes for transformative institutional improvement. Working alongside ATD leadership and data coaches, teams analyzed their respective college’s strengths, challenges and opportunities for advancement.

“Our inclusion in this program will better organize our existing efforts while continuing to keep our students at the forefront of all conversations,” said Dr. Chris Holland, vice president of student services. “ATD will assist us in transforming the way we serve our students around continuous improvement and focusing our efforts on their success. There will be more to share as we create our core team and working groups that will move the needle toward our student success goals.”

Click here to learn more about ATD.

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Remember to Download Our Mobile Safety App-FSCJ Safe

We want to ensure that everyone on our campuses feels safe at all times. That’s why we’d like to remind all faculty and staff to download the FSCJ Safe App, available for free on Apple and Android devices. The app, which offers real-time safety functions and features, is currently only available to employees.

However, we expect to introduce the app to students during the Fall Term. We encourage all employees to begin using this app and take full advantage of its features, which include:

  • The Mobile BlueLight function which allows you to send your location to and chat with campus security dispatch as you walk. It works similarly to the fixed positioned BlueLight boxes located throughout campus
  • The ability to send your location in real-time to a friend or campus security so they can watch you walk to your destination and signal for help if needed
  • The option to call 911 and find security office phone numbers for our campuses and centers as well as the number for JSO and the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office
  • The Safety Toolbox which features a flashlight tool, a loud alarm and more
  • Information on emergency plans, helpful resources, campus maps and an option to report a tip if you witness an incident on campus

Just go to the app store on your mobile device and search “FSCJ Safe” to download this free Mobile Safety App.

FSCJ to use Open Educational Resources in Degree Programs to Raise College Completion Rates

FSCJ is one of only two colleges in the state to be awarded a grant to create degree programs using high-quality Open Educational Resources (OER). The initiative, which involves 38 community colleges in 13 states, is designed to help remove financial roadblocks that can derail students’ progress and spur improvements that will increase the likelihood of college completion.

A full-time community college student spends about $1,300 per year on textbooks – roughly a third of the cost of an associate degree. Research shows this cost is a significant barrier to college completion. The OER Degree initiative will create a library of digital, open courses available to other institutions and the public.

Using digital and interactive OERs such as open courseware allows our faculty to continue to teach our students in engaging and dynamic ways and encourages students to become more actively involved in their own learning.

The initiative’s requirement to create entire degree programs using OER also will trigger a careful re-examination of course content and sequencing to build up-to-date, cohesive degree programs. By the end of the grant, we expect to roll out an Associate in Arts (A.A.) in General Studies and an Associate in Science (A.S.) in Human Services in an OER format.

Achieving the Dream (ATD), a national nonprofit community college reform network, is managing the new OER Degree initiative on behalf of a consortium of investors that includes the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation, the Shelter Hill Foundation and the Speedwell Foundation.

When the initiative is completed, all approved OER courses will be available through a comprehensive, easily accessible online platform to encourage OER adoption even at non-participating institutions.

Community Participates in North Campus Health Literacy Fair

Thanks to everyone who participated, last month’s North Campus Health Literacy Fair was a huge success. More than 70 people from the College and community took advantage of the free health-related information, education and resources available on June 11, 2016.

The Health Literacy Fair kicked off with a wellness walk. Health education sessions were provided throughout the day on sexually transmitted diseases, sports rehabilitation and physical therapy, falls prevention and dynamic stretching. Attendees also had the opportunity to learn about the Affordable Care Act from Florida Blue representatives.

Many community partners supported the event including Mayo Clinic, Brooks Rehabilitation and Vision is Priceless. Students were able to engage with the community by assisting with blood donations and oral health screenings. The nursing programs and all allied health programs at the College also participated.

Interpreters from FSCJ’s Sign Language Interpretation Program (SLIP) helped make the Health Literacy Fair more accessible by being on hand for the local hearing-impaired community. “All 12 of us found this event extremely beneficial on so many levels,” said Instructional Program Manager Lori Cimino. “We took the opportunity to work one-on-one with students using authentic examples of interpreting for them to develop their skills.”

Executive Chair for the School of Social, Behavioral and Health Sciences/North Campus President Dr. Sandy Robinson said she feels that this event has positively impacted the lives of the attendees. We would like to thank all of our participants who contributed their time to making the Health Literacy Fair a great community event.

FSCJ Faculty and Staff Share Tips with Teens for Launching a Business

FSCJ faculty and staff members had the opportunity to participate in the recent Junior Girls Day Out Community Project held at FSCJ Kent Campus, where they conducted targeted workshop sessions related to starting a business.

Junior Girls Day Out Community Project is a program that helps girls (ages 9-14) become entrepreneurs and launch their own business. This full day of seminars promoted multiple professional industries providing ideas for business creation and addressed the steps that are needed to successfully manage their new business.

During the morning sessions, the young girls and their moms learned about several different business ventures including arts and crafts, web design, photography and nail art. These sessions were led by Professor Dustin Harewood, Professor Jon Lyon, Assistant Director of Educational Technology Brandi Bleak and Adjunct Instructor Irean Jones, respectively.

The afternoon workshops covered Managing and Building your business—led by Professor Harvey Slentz, Managing Revenue and Costs—led by Professor Susan Reilly, Marketing and Promoting your business—led by Assistant Director of Marketing Jennifer Walls and Integrated Communications Manager Kelly Thurlow, and Visioning your business—led by Professor Erick Aguilar. Each session provided tips, visual materials and resources to assist them in executing their business plan once they had selected their product or service idea.

FSCJ faculty and staff are honored to be a part of educational opportunities for young teens in our community to help them gain knowledge and skills that will help them in the real world.

Thanks to Professor Susan Reilly for her work in coordinating these efforts.

College Hosts #ColorMeFSCJ Art Exhibition

Faculty, staff, students and members of the public are invited to demonstrate their creativity at the #ColorMeFSCJ art exhibition. The goal of the exhibition, hosted at Open Campus/Deerwood Center, is to transform a life-size coloring page into a collaborative masterpiece. The completed project will then serve as a welcoming mural for incoming students in the Fall Term, representing the cohesive individuality of our student body.

From now until September 24, visitors are encouraged to help bring the Rotunda Gallery walls to life by using the exhibition as a blank canvas. Whether you are in search of an outlet, have a little extra time or simply possess the urge to express, everyone is welcome to add a touch of color and imagination to the exhibition.

Crayons will be provided. Remember to take photos of your contributions and share them on social media using the hashtag #ColorMeFSCJ.

FSCJ Introduces Student Rotaract Club

FSCJ is excited to offer a Rotaract club to students this Fall. If you have students who are interested in being part of the global community, want to make a positive change in the world and have a place to share their ideas and look at the world’s challenges, encourage them to join FSCJ's Rotaract club.

Some of the benefits for students include:

  • Hands-on service projects
  • Fun networking and social activities
  • Professional development opportunities
  • An international network of young leaders

The club is being sponsored by the North Jacksonville Rotary Club. Dr. Monica Franklin will serve as the club advisor. Academic Director Dr. Franklin thinks this club is an excellent fit for the School of Social, Behavioral and Health Sciences because of the strong service components. She has committed to partnering with the North Jacksonville Rotary Club for service activities, in addition to the service projects that will be initiated by the FSCJ Rotaract Club. FSCJ student Jessica Ross will serve as the FSCJ Rotaract Club president and Nathalie Swain will serve as the vice president. The FSCJ Rotaract Induction was held on Friday, June 24, 2016 at the North Jacksonville Rotary Club meeting. Students can contact Jessica Ross at rossjd5@students.fscj.edu for more information.

Pictured from left to right: Jessica Ross, Nathalie Swain, Dr. Monica Franklin and Mr. Mike Selah

FSCJ Foundation Teams Up With Jaguars for Give and Go 100

College employees have the opportunity to score great deals on Jacksonville Jaguars tickets thanks to the Florida State College at Jacksonville Foundation’s participation in the Give and Go 100 program. Through this charity program, a portion of your Jaguars ticket purchase would be donated to the Foundation.

The Foundation receives $10 for every preseason and regular season Jaguars ticket bought through our Give and Go 100 site. In addition, once the Foundation has sold more than 25 tickets, each $10 donation will be matched dollar for dollar, instantly doubling your impact.

We greatly appreciate your support of the Foundation. If you’d like to learn more details or purchase tickets, please visit the Give and Go 100 website.



Get to Know Your Fellow A&P Colleagues

The Administrative & Professional Collaborative (APC) is the representative voice for the Administrative & Professional employees of FSCJ. In an effort to build cohesiveness, awareness and collegiality, each month we put a “spotlight” on one of our members.

July’s Administrative and Professional Collaborative spotlight shines on Angela Browning, the College’s new director of outcomes assessment and strategic planning.

Angela’s new role follows a year as the Presidential fellow, which allowed her to explore many areas of the College and see different ways that she could contribute to and support the opportunities our College provides to our students and our community. She started at FSCJ in 2006 as an English professor at FSCJ North Campus and believes that her classroom experience will serve her well in her new role. She’s looking forward to working with colleagues to make our assessment and planning processes as effective and efficient as possible.

Angela became an English major because of a love for the discipline, but was unsure of her career path. As a way to pay for her graduate education, she began working as a part-time instructor and tutor. She was hired as a tutor for the College Reach-Out Program and Upward Bound, and worked as a part-time instructor teaching developmental English courses and high school dual enrollment courses at Santa Fe Community College. This work made her aware of the community college mission that existed beyond the awarding of the associate in arts (A.A.) degree and ignited her interest in community colleges as an important access point to education.

A Jacksonville native, Angela holds an A.A. from St. Johns River Community College, a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English from Presbyterian College, a Master of Arts (M.A.) in English from the University of South Carolina and a doctorate in Instruction and Curriculum from the University of Florida.

Our spotlight shines on each campus/center at least once a year. Nominations for the spotlight may be directed to your campus representative or any officer.

Digital Media Arts Program Wins People’s Choice Award at International Conference

Two of our Digital Media Arts program employees were recently recognized at the 2016 New Media Consortium summer conference in Rochester, New York. Professor of Digital Media Marc Boese and Database Administrator Mitch Chin won the People’s Choice Award for their Idea Lab poster presentation at the conference, which took place on June 14-16.

New Media Consortium is an international community of experts in educational technology. Marc and Mitch presented to a group of more than 500 attendees alongside 40 other Idea Lab poster projects and highlighted FSCJ’s Intro to Video and Digital Media Creative Problem Solving courses.

Marc represented the College’s faculty, while Mitch represented IT. Their presentation emphasized the process for bridging the technology gap for lower socio-economic students in the Digital Media Arts program at FSCJ. They highlighted a past educational technology success as part of their presentation and also proposed a future project.

Congratulations to Marc and Mitch for recognition of their innovative ideas and their outstanding representation of FSCJ within the education industry.

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CJC Cadet Academy Recruiting Law Enforcement Training Applicants for Fall Term

Continued demand for public safety will lead to new openings for workers in local and state departments. FSCJ’s Northeast Florida Criminal Justice Center (CJC) is answering that call with the Cadet program. The program is now accepting applications for the upcoming Fall Term.

Recognized as one of the best facilities for law enforcement and security training, the CJC at FSCJ’s North Campus is equipped with optimal classroom and tactical training environments, fully preparing students for a future in law enforcement.

The Cadet program is geared toward recent high school graduates with an interest in law enforcement. These students can simultaneously earn an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Criminal Justice Technology and complete the Florida Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training program in approximately two years.

Through rigorous academic coursework, law enforcement training and ongoing mentoring, program graduates will be distinctly equipped for employment as law enforcement officers in the state of Florida.

Upon completing the training program, students are required to pass the state certification exam, upon which they will receive 18 credit hours needed to complete the A.S. degree.

Adult Education Graduate Overcomes Obstacles

We appreciate and embrace the diversity in our students and understand that each of them has traveled many different paths on their individual journeys to academic success. It is their determination to succeed which makes their triumphs all the more inspiring.

Claudius (Claude) Anderson, a recent graduate of FSCJ’s Adult Education program, exemplifies what one can achieve with fortitude and encouraging leadership. Claude comes from a troubled background, including dropping out of high school, serving prison time and being a victim of gun violence. The Trinidad and Tobago native fell into street culture at an early age when his family relocated.

“Fighting, assault, disorderly conduct, getting locked up,” Claude reflected. “I did a lot of stupidness when I was growing up. I couldn’t stay out of jail.”

For a 20-year period, Claude continued down this road but expressed a desire to change. “I tried to get back on track with school. I tried different programs, but they didn’t help me like they do down here at FSCJ,” he said. “I was really scared of the GED. My mind wasn’t in it.”

Soon after, he spent three years in a Florida prison. Upon his release in 2014, Claude decided it was time to turn his life around. He moved to Jacksonville on the advice of a friend and finally summoned the courage to take the GED test at FSCJ. With the help of Edward Thomas Jr., an adjunct professor and academic tutor at Downtown Campus, Claude was able to achieve his goal.

“He came in and listened to what I said, trusted me to help him get his GED,” said Professor Thomas. “The young man came every day I was here. We went through his subjects together. He was always right there. It was a tribute to him and his dedication.”

Claude credits moving to Jacksonville and tutoring from Professor Thomas with getting him on the right track. “Right now I feel like there’s nothing I can’t learn,” he said. “Whatever I want to learn, I can learn.”

Claude plans to attend college to pursue environmental science in the future. We are immensely proud of what Claude has achieved. His dedication and Professor Thomas’ guidance are a shining example of what our amazing students and faculty can accomplish together.

The Florida Times-Union recently published a story on Claude’s journey. To read the full article, click here.

New Season Brings Great Changes for BlueWave Volleyball

Excitement is surrounding BlueWave Athletics. The Fall sports season is around the corner and our Women's volleyball team is getting ready to begin pre-season training.

In addition, a new coaching staff is joining the BlueWave family. Acting Athletic Director and Head Volleyball Coach Ginny Alexander is accompanied by two assistants, Dillon Cox and Jordan Yantin. These three seasoned coaches are anticipating a successful season for their program.

Returning sophomores Olivia Fallon, Yanessa Garcia and Asante Lopez are ready to contribute their knowledge and leadership to the program. Along with the new coaching staff and three veteran players, the BlueWave family continues to grow with several incoming recruits joining Women's volleyball.

These athletes include freshmen Ashley Coderre, Laurne Rony, Paola Vazquez-Perez, Aysa Avery and Cheryke Brian as well as sophomore Sierra Albrecht. The team and their coaches strive for excellence and plan to enjoy a competitive season.

BlueWave Softball Players Awarded for Academic Excellence

A big congrats to our outstanding BlueWave softball players who consistently excel both on and off the field. The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) has awarded Academic Student-Athlete Awards to seven of our players for their academic achievement of earning a GPA of 3.60 or greater.

They each were presented one of the following three awards based on their qualifying GPA:

Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence: 4.00 GPA
Superior Academic Achievement Award: 3.80-3.99 GPA
Exemplary Academic Achievement Award: 3.60-3.79 GPA

The BlueWave softball players who received these honors are listed below:

Courtney Dietz Superior Academic Achievement Award
Jessica Delawder Exemplary Academic Achievement Award
Kailey Perry Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence
Marni Greenstein Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence
Megan Walkowski Exemplary Academic Achievement Award
Shaina Reed Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence
Silvia Montana Exemplary Academic Achievement Award

We are extremely proud of their success. Congratulations once again to these hard-working student-athletes!

FSCJ BlueWave Baseball Earns NJCAA Award for Academics

FSCJ BlueWave Baseball was honored by the National Junior College Athletic Association with the 2015-16 Academic Honorable Mention Team Award.

In addition to their fourth-place ranking in conference play for the competitive season, the BlueWave baseball team cumulatively held a 3.27 grade point average at the close of the academic year, earning them second place in Florida and 18th in the nation.

Head Coach Brad Frick attributes much of the players’ academic success to the “student-first” mentality he and his coaching staff instill from the start of their FSCJ career.

“I’m very proud of these young men and the example they have set for a successful college athletic program,” said Coach Frick. “Our players are great competitors not only on the field, but in the classroom as well.”

As the off-season approaches, Coach Frick and the BlueWave baseball team continue to train while maintaining a strong emphasis on the classroom, improving the success of the program and contributing to the students’ long-term educational goals.

FSCJ Joins Forces with the American Cancer Society to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates

To help progress the overall wellbeing of our community, we at FSCJ feel strongly about supporting various initiatives – extending beyond educational advancement – that bring opportunities for holistic growth, awareness and improvement.

As such, we are partnering with employers throughout the nation in support of the 80 percent by 2018 employer challenge initiative, led by the American Cancer Society (ACS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable (NCCRT). The College is one of the first institutions in the nation to sign the pledge.

Despite being highly preventable, detectable and treatable, colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. While incidence rates have dropped in the U.S. among adults 50 and older, an estimated 134,490 new cases will be diagnosed in 2016.

Through this NCCRT initiative, hundreds of organizations including FSCJ have committed to substantially reducing colorectal cancer as a major public health problem. The partnership is working toward the shared goal of increasing the percentage of adults age 50 and older who have regular screenings to 80 percent by 2018. If achieved, 277,000 cases and 203,000 colorectal cancer deaths would be prevented by 2030.

“On behalf of FSCJ, I would like to pledge our support as a partner in the 80 percent by 2018 effort and I hope you will consider doing the same,” Executive Chair for the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics/Downtown Campus President Dr. Marie Gnage said as she helped kick off the Metro Jacksonville Relay for Life in April of this year. “Working together, we can achieve this goal and save more lives.”

Leveraging the energy of multiple and diverse participants, 80 percent by 2018 partners seek to empower communities, patients and providers to increase screening rates among employees and their families. Along with health systems, health care providers, businesses, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and patient advocacy groups, FSCJ has committed to getting more people screened to prevent colorectal cancer and promote early detection, when it is most treatable.

To align ourselves with the American Cancer Society, we will develop a communications strategy through which we will provide information and educational opportunities for our faculty and staff to create a heightened awareness of the matter. In addition, we plan to stress the importance of seeking recommended preventative cancer screenings, not limited to those 50 and up, but for all demographic groups across our College.

For more information about colorectal cancer screening, visit www.cancer.org/colon or contact the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345. For more information about the 80 percent by 2018 initiative, visit www.nccrt.org.

College to Offer Employees Free Wellness Seminars

FSCJ’s Employee Wellness Program is offering free seminars on a variety of topics to help you reach your health and wellness goals. Seminars are open to all employees and may be considered work time with your supervisor’s pre-approval.

If you’d like to learn more about each seminar topic and reserve your spot, click here.

Downtown Campus

Date Time Location Topic
Wednesday, July 27 11 a.m.-noon ATC-140 Caring for the Caregiver
Tuesday, October 25 1-2 p.m. ATC-140 How to use a Food Label to Better Your Health

Kent Campus

Date Time Location Topic
Thursday, September 15 9-10 a.m. D-120 Understanding Organic Food
Wednesday, October 12 3-4 p.m. D-120 Healthy Dining Choices

North Campus

Date Time Location Topic
Wednesday, September 14 12:30-1:30 p.m. A-171 Eight Colors of Fitness
Monday, November 7 2-3 p.m. A-117 Strength Training Simplified

Open Campus/Deerwood Center

Date Time Location Topic
Wednesday, September 28 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. B-1204 Master Your Motivation: Seven Strategies to Keep You Inspired
Thursday, November 17 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. B-1204 Beyond the Stress Ball

South Campus

Date Time Location Topic
Tuesday, September 20 3-4 p.m. Lakeside Room Learning the Basics: Portion Size and Control
Tuesday, October 4 3-4 p.m. Lakeside Room Healthy Grocery Shopping on a Budget

As a special bonus for employees with FSCJ’s health insurance, each seminar is worth 50 Blue Rewards points. Upon earning 100 points, you are eligible to receive a $25 gift card.

For more information, contact hrtraining@fscj.edu or call (904) 633-5940.

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FSCJ faculty and staff are leaders, not only within the College, but outside the College as well. We are proud to recognize and honor their achievements and successes.

The following list includes FSCJ employees who left or are preparing to leave their positions with the College. We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors!

    Employee Title
    Cassandra Blackmon Director of Project Budgeting and Accounting
    James Brock Director, OTIEC
    David Cheng-Melendez Interim E-Learning Instructional Designer
    Lori Collins Application Systems Analyst
    James Copeland Facilities Project Manager
    David Dial Executive Director of Enterprise Information Systems and Integrated Services
    Patricia Harrell Instructional Office Coordinator
    Paul Herman Director of Workforce Programs
    Lillie Hookfin Program Coordinator
    Darlene Jackson Assessment and Certification Specialist
    Troy Johnson Associate Dean, Arts and Sciences
    Sianday Lewis Web Page Developer
    Willard McGriff, Jr. Security Officer II
    Billy Mims Program Coordinator - EPI
    Rose Nettles Program Manager
    Michael Owens Professor of Nursing
    Alysia Pearsall Student Success Advisor I
    Brad Ross Academic Success Center Manager
    Vincent Sams Interim CWE Coordinator
    Philip Seely Program Manager, Workforce Development
    Renita Thompson Student Success Advisor II
    Beverly Williamson Administrative Specialist - Student Success
in the news

City Notes - FSCJ wants help for life-size art exhibit on campus
Published on jaxdailyrecord.com on June 22, 2016. Learn more »

Guest column - FSCJ professor speaks out on completing college in four years
Published on jacksonville.com on June 20, 2016. Learn more »

FSCJ to use Open Educational Resources in Degree Programs to Reduce Costs and Raise College Completion Rates
Published on fernandinaobserver.com on June 15, 2016. Learn more »

Vigil for Orlando victims held at FSCJ
Aired on WJXT on June 15, 2016. Learn more »

Frank Denton: Surviving the urban pathology
Published on jacksonville.com on June 11, 2016. Learn more »

FSCJ free health screening
Aired on WJXT on June 9, 2016. Learn more »

Jacksonville needs more women in seats of power
Published on jacksonville.com on June 9, 2016. Learn more »

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As the world gears up for the Summer Olympics in Rio, the First Coast community will be able to see FSCJ front and center in NBC’s regional online streaming coverage. Be on the lookout for our 15-second commercials and digital advertising throughout the Games featuring our talented students and staff. Click the links below to watch each spot.

Imagine You 1
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bluewave news quiz

Test your knowledge. To ensure all faculty and staff have an opportunity to submit answers, the quiz winners will now be selected at random from all entries that have all four questions correct. You have until 6 p.m. on the day the newsletter is distributed to email your answers to bluewavenews@fscj.edu. The three winners will receive a BlueWave promo pack!

Please note: Previous quiz promo prize pack winners, while eligible to submit answers, are not eligible for additional prizes for six months.

  1. FSCJ recently became one of the first colleges in the country to partner with the American Cancer Society for which employer challenge initiative?
    1. 90 percent by 2020
    2. 80 percent by 2018
    3. The End Cancer Now initiative
    4. 50 percent by 2025
  1. Mitch Chin and Marc Boese were recently awarded in New York for their presentation at the 2016 New Media Consortium summer conference. Which award did they receive?
    1. Best Presentation
    2. Creativity Award
    3. People’s Choice
    4. Innovation Award
  1. What date does Open Campus/Deerwood Center’s #ColorMeFSCJ art exhibition end?
    1. August 24
    2. July 30
    3. September 24
    4. December 3
  1. Our new Director of Outcomes Assessment and Strategic Planning Angela Browning recently transitioned from which of the following roles with the College?
    1. Presidential fellow
    2. North Campus President
    3. Director of Development
    4. Human Resources Information Systems Specialist
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