The District Board of Trustees has approved the following minutes from the June 24, 2020, meeting.
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The following minutes from the June 26, 2019 meeting of the District Board of Trustees has been approved.
RECOGNITION ■ General Counsel Rob Batsel introduced his summer intern, Sydney Simmons, who will begin her third year of law school at Florida State University this fall. ■ Lockheed Martin Director and General Manager Bill Paul and other leadership staff presented a plaque to the Board of Trustees in recognition of their partnership with CF
RECOGNITION ■ Bob Zelinski, director of Athletics, introduced Marty Smith, who is finishing his 25th season as head baseball coach. He has amassed 764 wins to date and became just the third active coach in the state to reach the 700-win mark. Coach Smith has led the Patriots to two state championships and six conference
Chair Rusty Branson announced that the May 22 board meeting has been changed to May 29. RECOGNITION ■ Dr. Jim Henningsen recognized former trustee Don Taylor from Citrus County for his service to the board from 2011-2019 and presented him with a plaque. ■ Dr. Jennifer Fryns, associate vice president, Career and Professional Programs, introduced
RECOGNITION ■ Dr. Jim Henningsen recognized Levy students Kayla Dexter, David Fisher, Krista Sharpe and Ceciley Meeks, who shared their positive experiences at CF. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: ■ Approved an amendment to the lease agreement between the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund of the State of Florida and College of
RECOGNITION ■ Dr. Jim Henningsen recognized newly appointed trustees Avis Marie Craig and Dr. Robert Winsler representing Citrus County. ■ Dr. Henningsen recognized Marjorie McGee, director of Student Life, as the newly elected statewide president for the Association of Florida Colleges. PRESENTATION Tommy Morelock, director of Facilities, presented details on the planning process and site
RECOGNITION Dr. Jim Henningsen provided a staff update and congratulated Sherri Hinkle on her promotion to executive administrative assistant to the president. Crystal Stone has been hired as executive administrative assistant. Dr. Saul Reyes, vice president of Student Affairs, introduced Dr. Alton Austin, director of Enrollment Services/Registrar. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Approved budget priorities for
BOARD REPORT FROM THE SEPT. 26, 2018, MEETING OF THE CF DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES RECOGNITION Dr. Henningsen shared that former CF Baseball standout Josh Harper was named the National Junior College Athletic Association Student-Athlete of the Year. Harper is currently a pitcher at Liberty University. He joins volleyball star Vanessa Benke, who was recognized
RECOGNITION ■ Dr. Jim Henningsen presented Chairman Bill Edgar with a plaque in honor of his service as board chair this year. ■ Dr. Mark Paugh, vice president of Academic Affairs, introduced Natascha Kehri, one of the students honored with the Commissioner’s Leadership Award at the State Board of Education meeting held Oct. 25 in
RECOGNITION ■ Bob Zelinski, director of Athletics and Wellness Education, introduced new Women’s Basketball Coach Andrea Mize. She played college basketball at Indiana University and has served as an assistant coach for the past three years at Martin Methodist College, where she helped lead the Red Hawks to their first-ever regular season conference title and
Recognition Sandy Balfour, who was attending her last meeting as a trustee, was recognized for nearly 10 years of service to the board and the college. “It’s time for me to allow someone else to have the privilege and pleasure of serving you,” she said. The Board of Trustees: Approved Student and Mandatory Fees for
Recognition Dr. Henningsen recognized Dr. Tom Ziesemer, Criminal Justice faculty who received the inaugural Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty Award from the American Association of Community Colleges, and Debbie Becker, associate professor in the Nursing Program, was presented the Ernest L. Boyer International Award for Excellence in teaching, learning, and technology at the Association of