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* Students elect new leaders

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Student-government elections on April 17-19 will bring familiar and new faces to the Student Leadership Center for the 2012-13 academic year, according reports from the Student Body Association.

  • For President, Kanpong Thaweesuk returns to office with 171 votes (53% of the total presidential votes)
  • For Minister of Government, Karina Sindunata won with 271 votes (81% of the total MOG votes)
  • For Minister of Communications, Lenka Savina won with 163 votes (52% of the total MOC votes)

There were also two Constitutional changes on the ballot that was conducted online. The results are:

  • Removal of Parliament committees passed 281 to 49.
  • Moving the Minister of Government position from elected to hired status passed 257 to 74.

Since each of the winning candidates received more than 50 percent of the votes cast in that race, there will be no runoff elections according to election rules. The results will be reviewed and approved by the current student government in the Parliament meeting this Friday, April 27, in PUB room 9201. This meeting is open to the public and any questions or concern about the elections will be discussed during the meeting.

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* Garnsey-Harter receives Tegrity award


 Ann Garnsey-Harter with the Tegrity Faculty Champion Award at the 2012 Tegrity User Conference


See Tegrity Campus through the online panel discussion presented by Shoreline Community College eLearning Director Ann Garnsey -Harter and four Shoreline faculty members by clicking here.

Shoreline Community College is one of the largest users in the state of the lecture-capture software Tegrity Campus.

Now, at the national 2012 Tegrity User Conference, Shoreline’s Director of eLearning, Ann Garnsey-Harter, has been recognized for her leadership with a Tegrity Faculty Champion Award.


“It was a nice surprise … to get this award,” Garnsey-Harter said.  “It’s, of course, reflective of the great work of the college, especially our faculty. We're a heavy-weight Tegrity user and have faculty doing innovative things with lecture capture.”


Prior to the user conference, Garnsey-Harter and four Shoreline faculty members hosted an online panel discussion for those who couldn’t attend the conference. “Our faculty showed how they are using Tegrity,” Garnsey-Harter said.


Tegrity Campus is a fully automated lecture capture solution used in traditional, hybrid and online courses to record lectures as well as supplementary course content. For students, its personalized learning features make study time efficient. For the college and faculty, its ability to affordably scale brings this benefit to every student on campus.

At Shoreline, Tegrity Campus is fully integrated with the Blackboard learning management system. Every class at the college has an online Blackboard version available for use which means Tegrity is also available for use in every class.


The conference was hosted by the State Board of Community & Technical Colleges at the downtown Seattle Hyatt hotel..


SCC/Jim Hills