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The appointment of one new faculty member and promotion of one staff member were approved by East Central College trustees at their July 14 meeting.


Erin Anglin, associate director of ECC’s Learning Center since 2010, was promoted to director of that department effective July 21.  A graduate of ECC, Anglin went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and a master’s degree in counseling from Missouri Baptist University.   Anglin has worked at East Central since 200 4 when she was hired as a specialist in the Learning Center.  


Kevin Menos will be a new member of the math faculty this fall.  Menos attended Saint Louis University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary school mathematics and a master’s degree in math.  Since August of 2012 he has been a math instructor/graduate teaching assistant at SLU.  He was also a summer school math teacher at Parkway Central High School in 2012/2013.


Trustees also approved the promotion in rank of one faculty member.  Achieving assistant professor status is Nancy Mitchell, a nursing instructor at  ECC since 2005.


Snack and Beverage Vending Services


Several bids were received for snack and beverages vending machine services at the main campus in Union and ECC’s Rolla North location.  The snack bid was again awarded to Krueger Vending of Sullivan and beverages will be supplied by Pepsi-Cola of New Haven.  Both contracts will be for three years subject to annual approval by ECC trustees with the option to continue on an annual basis for three additional years.


The college will receive a 23 percent commission on snacks; 53 percent on bottled soda and 42 percent commission on canned soda.  ECC received more than $32,000 in commission from vending services for the fiscal year that ended June 30.  That money is placed in the fund for Café Central.


Canteen also submitted a bid for snack vending and Coca-Cola submitted a bid on beverages. 


Trustees also approved the purchase of 27 desktop computers with LCD monitors from the state-negotiated Dell purchasing contract.  The $29,700  purchase will be funded from student technology fees.


Revisions Made to Board Policies


Revisions were made to two policies related to students and one to personnel.  The revised institutional scholarship policy clarifies the award process and updates procedures to reflect current practices.  The policy regarding international student admission was updated to also address requirements  for non-U.S. citizens who are not  international students and the tuition rates that apply to those students.


The personnel policy approved by board members defines absence and tardy and provides guidelines for determining when an employee is excessively absent or tardy.  The policy also clarifies the notification process for planned and unplanned absences.    

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