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|CSC Board Approves Graphic Design Advisory Committee
|The Carl Sandburg College Board of Trustees approved the advisory committee for the Graphic Design Professional program at its regular meeting held Thursday, April 22.
Carl Sandburg College has had program advisory committees for its 50 plus degree and certificate programs since the College's inception, as required by the Illinois Community College Board and many of the external licensing agencies for programs.
Committees meet between one and four times a year and obtain formal feedback for such items as the need for keeping the program academically and technologically up-to-date and assurances that current instruction prepares future employees in the best possible manner.
"Advisory committees for the occupational area as a whole are tremendously important in keeping our curriculum current. In the Graphic Design Professional area, the committee provides key input on the basic skills the graduates must possess to be prepared for employment. Committee members offer advice on the sequence of courses in the curriculum, as well as any additions or subtractions the degree needs. The Committee members also recommend what types of technology and equipment would be beneficial for the students," said Diana Norris, CSC graphic design instructor.
Members of the Graphic Design Professional Advisory Committee are:
Robin DeMott, Carl Sandburg College; Greg Flores, Flores Printers; Bus Kellogg Jr., Kellogg Printing; Tom Martin, Register-Mail; John McCarty, Outlaw Tee's; Peggy Miller, Delabar Career and Technical Education System; Vicky Nauman, Wayne-Waggoner Printing; Garrett Rush, Tucker's Printing Company, Inc.; Joy Swearingen, Hancock County Journal Pilot; Joyce Taylor, Western Area Career System; and Charles Weiss, Western Illinois University.
(Carl Sandburg College)
|05 01 10 by Newsroom
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