If you are wanting to expand your knowledge of film through a Chinese Culture Through Film Class, or even try an independent study in your favorite subject, you should take a look at the new classes that will be offered Fall Term.
It’s time to start thinking about the Fall Term, and with new tenure track and temporary faculty, changes in current programs, and a long list of new courses that will be offered, the upcoming term will be full of new opportunities.
Eric Weller, the current administrative assistant to the vice president for instruction and employee at Central Oregon Community College for four years now, was the source of the information provided below.
Weller has been with COCC for four years this spring, where he started as a front line staff member in the Boyle Education Center assisting students and the enrollment at COCC. For two years he worked in this position until he started working as a support specialist to the instructional deans in the fall of 2015.
A year later in the fall of 2016, Weller started his current position, “What I enjoy most from my current position is the opportunities it provides to work with so many great individuals across campus including students and staff,” Weller explained about his favorite part of his job.
By Katya Agattuci | The Broadside