Mary Carolyn Bloom Vickerman (CC class of 1932) was a native of Colorado Springs and her husband, Sam Vickerman (CC class of 1933), was a native of Westcliffe, Colorado. Mrs. Vickerman worked for the college almost from the time she became a student. As an undergraduate, she was an assistant at Coburn Library, as well as in a number of biology labs. In 1933 and 1934, she served as the night librarian at Coburn Library, and then from 1935 through 1940, was the secretary to the Colorado College Men's Athletic Department. In 1946, she began working at the Colorado College Bookstore in Lennox House, and in 1949 became the manager of the bookstore until her retirement in 1969. She was a life member of the Woman's Educational Society at Colorado College.
Report issued from brief survey conducted by Staff Council in March 2009 to solicit staff opinions, concerns, and understandings. A set of thirteen questions were asked, focusing on staff employment at Colorado College.
A newsletter of the Colorado College community. Special articles in this edition include: CC first small college to receive big-time microscope; Get to know Charlotte Blessing; Bowed Piano Ensemble featured on NPRâs âMorning Editionâ; Anthropology major wins Etch A Sketch contest; Landscape improvements on south side of Palmer Hall; âTunnels of Oppressionâ Exhibit Encourages Students to Take Action; CCâs Cipher receives $3,000 grant from Campus Progress.
A newsletter of the Colorado College community. Special articles in this edition include: As college winds down, Summer Programs revs up; KRCC hires news director; Take our âfirst-lineâ quiz of last yearâs recommended books; CC scheduled to install solar panels.
A newsletter of the Colorado College community. Special articles in this edition include: State of the Rockies to explore energy issues; Get to know Naomi Rene Trujillo; CC community flocks to help others on Thanksgiving; Back Row makes a cappella history with debut appearance.
This executive summary reports results from a survey available to faculty and staff of the Colorado College regarding their knowledge of, and experiences with services provided by the CC Ombuds Office. The questionnaire was available for completion through SurveyMonkey from February 21st – March 6th, 2012.
Annual report of the Colorado College Compensation Committee for 2009-2010.
This research focused on employee preferences for CSR programs to understand if those preferences could lead to better CSR strategizing. Specifically, a CSR construct proposed by Rangan, Chase, and Sohel (2015) was analyzed though Exploratory Factor Analysis to understand if participants (employees in for-profit businesses) observed the CSR programs within the construct. Work orientation was the analyzed characteristic to see if this variable affected preferences toward CSR programs. Inconclusive results indicated that participants may not align with the proposed CSR construct, thus research could not proceed with the original hypotheses based on that construct. However, further analysis of data prompted a modification of the study to examine the importance placed on CSR programs based on Work Orientation. Results revealed that some Work Orientations were more statistically significant than others, but indicated that those with a Job orientation placed less importance on CSR programs compared to those with a Calling orientation.
Minutes of the Colorado College Staff Council meeting held on April 5, 2011.
The Staff Council’s Mission Statement is as follows: Staff Council advises the President and administration of Colorado College. In that context, our mission is to advocate for and promote the interests of staff, help draft and establish policies that affect staff, and facilitate communication between staff and other constituencies. In doing so, we aim to advance the mission of Colorado College.
A newsletter of the Colorado College community. Special articles in this edition include: CC pulls together during untimely storm; 36 students begin CC as Winter Starts after taking a semester off; In the Tracks of Edward Abbey; Assistant Chaplain (Kate Holbrook) Ordained on Epiphany; Librarian (Robin Satterwhite) Receives the 2006 Distinguished Service Award; KRCC Top 10 Play List for Standard Jazz.
A newsletter of the Colorado College community. Special articles in this edition include: Behind the scenes with students and The Civilians; Get to know: Steve Weaver; A Studentâs Dilemma: How we got Michael Pollan to come to CC; When the sun goes down in Domi, the solar lights come up; Advancement wins four CASE awards; Bettina Swigger nominated for Colorado Springs Business Rising Star Award.
A newsletter of the Colorado College community. Special articles in this edition include: 33-year employee Jim Capp retires; Get to know LiÃ¡n Sifuentes; Behind the lens with Erin Hudson; Bowed Piano Ensemble strikes a chord.
Annual report of the Compensation Committee, for 2011-2012, submitted by Dan Johnson, chair, on behalf of the Compensation Committee members: Joan Ericson, Karen Klein, Dianne Knight, Paul Kuerbis, Bob Loevy, Jay Maloney (half-year), Shaleen Prehm (ex officio), Carrie Ruiz, Chad Schonewill, Patti Spoelman, Diane Westerfield, and Barbara Wilson (ex officio).
This report prioritizes staff salary pool recommendations for fiscal year 2009-2010 as put forth by the Colorado College Compensation Committee.
Evaline McNary arrived at Colorado College in 1934 as the dietician and eventually became the Director of Residence Halls. She describes the conditions of the residence halls upon her arrival - including an ice box and 1907 coal stove. She describes the formal meals in Bemis, social policies, men's housing and dining, Quonset huts for married veteran students, and co-ed dorms. From 1934 to 1976 she saw her responsibilities grow from 60 women in 2 residence halls to 1250 students in 17 halls, plus the management of 55 to 60 rental units.
Ruth Wilson is a Colorado native who attended Colorado College from 1947 to 1949 as a trustee scholar from Colorado Springs High School. As a student, she also worked part-time in the Registrar's office in Cutler Hall from 1947 to 1948, and in the Alumni office from 1948 to 1949. She was a homemaker from 1949 until April of 1974, when she reentered the workforce, working for the Alumni Office and the Development Office in various capacities at Colorado College.