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@Cypress is published each week. If you would like to have items included, please contact Marc Posner in the Public Information Office at ext. 47006 or [email protected] . Margie Lewis, President (714) 484-7308 [email protected] Core Values: Excellence Integrity Collegiality Inclusiveness Cypress College 9200 Valley View Street Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 484-7000 http://CypressCollege.edu As the 2004-2005 academic year comes to a close, a number of employees will be honored for their service to the campus and district while several faculty members have achieved tenure. For others, gradua- tion marks the beginning of retirement. At Tuesday’s End-of-the-Year Luau, more than 100 campus employees will be honored for achieving milestones in their employ- ment with the District, having completed either 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 or 35 years of service in the NOCCCD. Among them, Don Tyrrell and Tony Baca are completing 35 years of employment, while Dana Brown, James Griffith, Jeanne Higgins, Roy Hurtado, Richard McKnight, Tom Nordee, David Petrie and Nick Polizzi are finishing their thirtith. Jane Boyce, Deann Burch, Ken Burnett, Pat Dellinger, Rod Lusch, Therese Mosqueda-Ponce and Robert Parelli are being honored for 25 years of service. Completing 20 years are: Akilah Allen, Steve Banneck, Colleen Barger, Fernando Bautista, David Gibson, Velia Lawson, Alan Lombardi, Barbara Marshall, Scott Pickler, Christina Plett, Rebeca Sandoval, Scott Tucker and Alan Wilson. Stephanie Acosta, Kelly Carter, Penny Gabourie, Cheryl Gibby, Kelly Grimes, Bret Harrington, Sue Head, Paula Jay, Susana Jianto, Victor Jimenez, Patti Kishel, Jian-Er Lin, Kathy Llanos, Aggie Martinez, Olga Moran, Kris Nelson, Cynthia Owens, Ina Rydalch, Jose Siordia, Pablo Trinidad, Gary Yatsko and Eldon Young have worked in the District for 15 years. Finishing 10 years are: Nina Demarkey, Donna Landis, Randy Martinez, Te Nguyen, David Okawa, Theresa Tracy and Manny Verdugo. At the end of their fifth year are: Virgil Adams, Kathy Alvarez, Kim Bartlett, Erica Bennett, Janyt Camper, Karen Cant, Vicki Castle, Lisa Clark, Yvonne Cota, Cherie Dickey, Christie Diep, Temperence Dowdle, Arcy Dropulic, Sharon Easton, Arnette Edwards, Jean England, Richard Fee, Michael Flores, Mary Lou Ford, Yvette Goytia- Galvan, David Halahmy, Elizabeth Hamman, Beverly Heasley, Sarah Jones, Barbara Kashi, Kathleen McAlister, Sally McNay, David Nusbaum, Carol O’Brien, Fola Odebunmi, John Payne, Marc Posner, Liz Putman, Jorge Ramirez, Kathleen Reiland, Doug Sallade, Stephanie Spooner, Renee Ssensalo, Wendy Valencia, Amy Vega-Pritchett, Olivia Veloz, Denise Vo, Randa Wahbe and Nancy Welliver. Achieving tenure this year are: Victoria Castle (SEM), Alfredo Eutimio (Library), Ian Holmes (Fine Arts), Jim Hormel (Fine Arts), Lawrence Keel (Language Arts), Daniel Lind (Social Science), Sally McNay (Health Science), Liz Putman (Health Science), Regina Rhymes (Social Science), Alison Robertson, Stephanie Spooner (SEM) and Randa Wahbe (Language Arts). The college is also bidding a poignant farewell to the following employees, who are retiring: Laurie Dodson (Health Information), Hank Koerper (Anthropology), Diana Polsky (Theater Arts), Sandy Schaefer (Reading) and Don Tyrrell (Counseling). Congratulations and best wishes to each of these dedicated employees. The new Accelerated A.A. Program, completing its first semester, has an enrollment of 393 students. Of them, 38 (10%) are taking more than one class in the program. Here are some facts about those 38 students: 71% are female; 50% are first-time students; 63% are taking two classes in the program this semester while the remaining 37% are taking three or more classes; and 61% of the students have a goal of receiving an A. A. degree, while another 18% have a goal to transfer without a degree. May 13, 2005 Newsletter from President Margie Lewis Employees Honored for Service, Tenure and Upon Retirement Year-end brings service pins, attainment of tenure and retirements. Recognition planned for luau, Board meeting and graduation. “You know the hardest thing about having cerebral palsy and being a woman? It’s plucking your eyebrows. That’s how I originally got pierced ears.” – Geri Jewell, 2005 Alumna of the Year THEY SAID IT Ongoing » 16th Annual Juried Student Photo Exhibition, Anaheim Museum (through June 4) 13-14 • Friday & Saturday » People in Motion Dance Concert, Theater, 8 p.m. 15 • Sunday » A Concert of Jazz and Stars, Theater, 3 p.m. 16 • Monday » Scholarship Awards ceremony, Theater Lobby, 1 p.m. 17 • Tuesday » End-of-the-Year Luau, Theater Lobby, 11:30 a.m. 19 • Thursday » Final exams begin (through May 27) 24 • Tuesday » Board of Trustees meeting, Anaheim Campus, 5:30 p.m. 26 • Thursday » Graduation, East Lawn, 6 p.m. 27 • Friday » Spring semester ends 30 • Monday » Memorial Day holiday (campus closed) 4-5 • Saturday & Sunday » Voices of Elysium concert, First Presbyterian Chuurch of Anaheim, 7:30 p.m. on June 4 and 3 p.m. on June 5 6 • Monday » Summer classes begin THIS WEEK

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  • @Cypress is published each week. If you would like to have items included, please contact Marc Posner in the Public Information Office at ext. 47006 or [email protected]

    Margie Lewis, President(714) [email protected]

    Core Values:

    Excellence

    Integrity

    Collegiality

    Inclusiveness

    Cypress College 9200 Val ley View Street Cypress , CA 90630 (714) 484-7000 http://CypressCollege.edu

    As the 2004-2005 academic year comes to a close, a number of employees will be honored for their service to the campus and district while several faculty members have achieved tenure. For others, gradua-tion marks the beginning of retirement.

    At Tuesdays End-of-the-Year Luau, more than 100 campus employees will be honored for achieving milestones in their employ-ment with the District, having completed either 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 or 35 years of service in the NOCCCD.

    Among them, Don Tyrrell and Tony Baca are completing 35 years of employment, while Dana Brown, James Griffith, Jeanne Higgins, Roy Hurtado, Richard McKnight, Tom Nordee, David Petrie and Nick Polizzi are finishing their thirtith.

    Jane Boyce, Deann Burch, Ken Burnett, Pat Dellinger, Rod Lusch, Therese Mosqueda-Ponce and Robert Parelli are being honored for 25 years of service. Completing 20 years are: Akilah Allen, Steve Banneck, Colleen Barger, Fernando Bautista, David Gibson, Velia Lawson, Alan Lombardi, Barbara Marshall, Scott Pickler, Christina Plett, Rebeca

    Sandoval, Scott Tucker and Alan Wilson.Stephanie Acosta, Kelly Carter, Penny Gabourie, Cheryl Gibby,

    Kelly Grimes, Bret Harrington, Sue Head, Paula Jay, Susana Jianto, Victor Jimenez, Patti Kishel, Jian-Er Lin, Kathy Llanos, Aggie Martinez, Olga Moran, Kris Nelson, Cynthia Owens, Ina Rydalch, Jose Siordia, Pablo Trinidad, Gary Yatsko and Eldon Young have worked in the District for 15 years.

    Finishing 10 years are: Nina Demarkey, Donna Landis, Randy Martinez, Te Nguyen, David Okawa, Theresa Tracy and Manny Verdugo.

    At the end of their fifth year are: Virgil Adams, Kathy Alvarez, Kim Bartlett, Erica Bennett, Janyt Camper, Karen Cant, Vicki Castle, Lisa Clark, Yvonne Cota, Cherie Dickey, Christie Diep, Temperence Dowdle, Arcy Dropulic, Sharon Easton, Arnette Edwards, Jean England, Richard Fee, Michael Flores, Mary Lou Ford, Yvette Goytia-Galvan, David Halahmy, Elizabeth Hamman, Beverly Heasley, Sarah Jones, Barbara Kashi, Kathleen McAlister, Sally McNay, David Nusbaum, Carol OBrien, Fola Odebunmi, John Payne, Marc Posner, Liz Putman, Jorge Ramirez, Kathleen Reiland, Doug Sallade, Stephanie Spooner, Renee Ssensalo, Wendy Valencia, Amy Vega-Pritchett, Olivia Veloz, Denise Vo, Randa Wahbe and Nancy Welliver.

    Achieving tenure this year are: Victoria Castle (SEM), Alfredo Eutimio (Library), Ian Holmes (Fine Arts), Jim Hormel (Fine Arts), Lawrence Keel (Language Arts), Daniel Lind (Social Science), Sally McNay (Health Science), Liz Putman (Health Science), Regina Rhymes (Social Science), Alison Robertson, Stephanie Spooner (SEM) and Randa Wahbe (Language Arts).

    The college is also bidding a poignant farewell to the following employees, who are retiring: Laurie Dodson (Health Information), Hank Koerper (Anthropology), Diana Polsky (Theater Arts), Sandy Schaefer (Reading) and Don Tyrrell (Counseling).

    Congratulations and best wishes to each of these dedicated employees.

    The new Accelerated A.A. Program, completing its first semester, has an enrollment of 393 students. Of them, 38 (10%) are taking more than one class in the program. Here are some facts about those 38 students: 71% are female; 50% are first-time students; 63% are taking two classes in the program this semester while the remaining 37% are taking three or more classes; and 61% of the students have a goal of receiving an A. A. degree, while another 18% have a goal to transfer without a degree.

    May 13, 2005 Newsletter from President Margie Lewis

    Employees Honored for Service, Tenure and Upon RetirementYear-end brings service pins, attainment of

    tenure and retirements. Recognition planned for luau, Board meeting and graduation.

    You know the hardest thing about having cerebral palsy and being a woman? Its plucking your eyebrows. Thats how I originally got pierced ears.

    Geri Jewell,2005 Alumna of the Year

    THEY SAID IT

    Ongoing 16th Annual Juried Student Photo Exhibition, Anaheim

    Museum (through June 4) 13-14 Friday & Saturday

    People in Motion Dance Concert, Theater, 8 p.m.15 Sunday

    A Concert of Jazz and Stars, Theater, 3 p.m.16 Monday

    Scholarship Awards ceremony, Theater Lobby, 1 p.m.17 Tuesday

    End-of-the-Year Luau, Theater Lobby, 11:30 a.m.19 Thursday

    Final exams begin (through May 27)24 Tuesday

    Board of Trustees meeting, Anaheim Campus, 5:30 p.m.26 Thursday

    Graduation, East Lawn, 6 p.m.27 Friday

    Spring semester ends30 Monday

    Memorial Day holiday (campus closed) 4-5 Saturday & Sunday

    Voices of Elysium concert, First Presbyterian Chuurch of Anaheim, 7:30 p.m. on June 4 and 3 p.m. on June 5

    6 Monday Summer classes begin

    THIS WEEK

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  • For near l y a ha l f -mi l l i on s tudents , Cypress Co l lege has been a spr ingboard to the i r d reams. Come to Cypress Co l lege and Go Places!

    Lee Smith (478) and John Franco (424) in the exclusive 400-save club. The follow-ing night, Hoffman picked up number 401 and on Monday, it was 402.

    Marissa Gonzalez pitched a perfect game Saturday, May 7, to lead Cypress to a 2-0 victory over College of the Canyons in a semifinal of the Southern California Softball Regional Playoffs. Her performance in the championship game against Canyons wasnt quite as graceful (she gave up a run), but her teammates crossed the plate 15 times in the mercy-rule victory. Breezie James became the first Cypress College athlete to reach a state tournament in three sports: volleyball, basketball, and softball. The state tourney will be held this weekend at the Maidu Sports Complex in Roseville.

    Congratulations to Bob Nadell, dean of Counseling and Student Development, who has been hired as the new vice president of Student Services at Modesto Jr. College. After 27 years at Cypress College, he will depart at the end of the aca-demic year.

    The winners of the out-standing faculty awards were announced at this weeks Academic Senate meeting. Helena DeCoro of the Music Department was selected for the Outstanding Full-Time Faculty Award. This years Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award goes to Tara McDonald of the English Department. The Faculty Development Award was presented to Jessica Puma of the Language Art Division.

    Former Cypress College standout Trevor Hoffman of the San Diego Padres became just the third pitcher in Major League Baseball history to record 400 saves when he pitched a perfect ninth inning in San Diegos 6-5 victory on May 6 against the St. Louis Cardinals. Hoffman, who played for Chargers coach Scott Pickler in 1986 and 1987, joins all-time leaders

    CHARGERS CHARGERSVolunteer Rose Espinoza is Keynote Graduation SpeakerRose Espinoza, the youngest of eight children, was

    raised in a migrant camp known as Campo Colorado in the City of La Habra. Today, shes a member of the La Habra City Council and a nationally honored volunteer with a long record of serving others in her hometown.

    An advocate of volunteerism, her 860 hours per year went to a program she founded called Rosies Garage, a nationally recognized after-school tutoring program started in 1991 out of concern for the grow-ing gang activity and low educational attainment of children in her neighborhood.

    When gang activity began to decline, it was a shining example of a neighborhood helping itself with Espinoza at the helm. The program received recogni-tion from then-President Clinton in 1994 as the Point of Light United States Presidential Service Award recipient, it has been showcased on CBS Evening News With Dan Rather and was featured on the front page of the New York Times. Her work with children was

    the subject of a documentary Rosies Garage, which aired in 2002 on KCET.

    At last years Rosies Garage ALMOST 5K Walk/Run a representative from Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamantes office presented a proclamation pro-claiming June 12 Rose Espinoza Day in the State of California.

    Because of Espinozas significant impact on her community, many began to encourage Espinoza to run for city council. After three unsuccessful bids for the council, Espinoza defeated an incumbent member in 2000 to become the only woman on the City Council and the first Latina councilwoman in the history of La Habra.

    She became mayor of La Habra in 2004 and was reelected to the La Habra City Council in November of 2004.

    Rose received her degree in Industrial Drafting in 1988. Her drafting career as an electromechanical designer has spanned 23 years.

    Central Plant operators: start your engines!Crews have finished placing enough equipment in the Central Plant (the former Womens Shower Locker

    Room) so that testing can begin. It must pass a series of tests to gain certification for ongoing use. Because the walls are not yet enclosed and the absorption unit is not yet attached, the noise will be quite loud during the testing.

    The Staff Development Office has moved to B-110, on the first floor of the Business Building between the Production Center and the Assessment Center. The second floor of the Library/Administration Building will move to the second floor of Gym II, beginning May 27, to permit work on the second floor of Library/Administration as part of the Student Center project. The third and fourth floors will be renovated once the Library moves to the new L/LRC (scheduled for January). The Student Activities and International Student offices will move to the new Student Activities Building (the former M&O office) in mid June. Beginning May 25, all occupants of Tech Ed IIIs second and third floors will move out for a summer of renovation. The deans office and support staff, as well as the counseling secretary for Health Science, will move to TE3-101.

    Demolition of part of the piazza is scheduled to begin June 2. The section by SEM will be the first area to come down, followed by the area around the campanile. By mid-July the area will be clear to begin construction of the new Student Center, creating a new look to the center of campus.

    A contract for the M&O Building was approved at this weeks Board meeting, and construction is sched-uled to begin at the end of the month. Parking lot 6 will be closed permanently as that is the site of the new M&O facility including the warehouse.

    A report on Cypress Colleges

    Construction Projects

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    This is the final edition of @Cypress for the semester. Our weekly publication schedule will resume with the special Opening Day edition on August 19 the official start of Cypress Colleges 40th academic year.

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  • Nursing, ESL Students Earn ScholarshipsNursing student Lourdes Pinedo has received two scholarships. The first is from the the National Student

    Nurses Association and the other is from the Hispanic Nurses Association.The ESL Department announced three scholarship recipients. Jiang Bian, ThuDung Nancy Hoang and Lesly

    Perez will each receive a $500 cash award and have their names engraved on the perpetual plaque located in the trophy case on the second floor of the Humanities Building.

    19 Puente Students set to Graduate with Associate DegreesThe Puente program will graduate 19 students

    who will be receiving their A.A. or A.S. on May 26.Yu Lei was accepted to U.C. Berkeley, Ning Zang

    to U.C. Los Angeles, Elvir Trujillo to Michigan State, and Karina Martinez to Cal State Dominquez Hills.

    Here is a complete list of Puente graduates:

    Karina Martinez, Aracely Montoya, Ana Romero, Elvir Trujillo, Gerardo Roa, Alejandra Abreu, Amelia Rodriguez, Angie Macis, Oscar Cerezo, Mayra Dado, Van H. Ngo, Robert Wasik, Virginia Arvizu, Frank Flores, Russel Krystle Oriel, Luisana Rodriguez, Yu Lei, Lea Mosley, and Daniel Young.

    Student Sun Hyung Kim Selected as JPLUS ScholarSun Hyung Kim, of Buena Park, has been selected as the 2005 Cypress College JPLUS recipient. As the

    Jet Propulsion Laboratory Undergraduate Scholar, she will receive two scholarships of $500 over the next two years from NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory. She is also eligible to apply for a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship at JPL or Caltech.

    Kim was honored at an awards dinner at Caltech on Tuesday, May 10.She is planning to attend UCLA as a chemical engineering major in the fall.In Spring 1997, JPL inaugurated the JPLUS program. Each year area community colleges are invited to

    select one student as a JPLUS Scholar. This student receives a $500 stipend and attends an awards banquet for two consecutive years. In addition to the opportunity for the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship at Jet Propulsion Lab or Caltech, each also can get a part-time job at JPL.

    Information about JPLUS is available at http://jplus.jpl.nasa.gov.

    Paul Paiements Hybrids Exhibit is Featured in the L.A. TimesPaul Paiements Hybrids exhibit at the Laguna Art Museum was featured in the Los Angeles Times on May 7.

    Reviewer Holly Myer called it an enthusiastic experiment in entomology.At a glance, the first half a dozen paintings in Paul Paiements Hybrids 1.0 - 3.5 could easily be mistaken for

    straight entomological illustrations. Each of the 11-by-14-inch watercolors portrays a single insect, painstakingly rendered, floating against a pristine white ground, she wrote. Look closer, however, and idiosyncratic details emerge: Theyre rendered in cool, candy-store colors and emblazoned with optically seductive patterns, such as bulls-eyes and stripes. Look closer still and youll find strange things grafted onto their bodies: the buttons of a portable CD player across the back of a ladybug; a Nintendo control pad where a butterflys wings should be; or, cleverly enough, the body of a Volkswagen standing in for the shell of a beetle.

    The exhibit continues at the Laguna Art Museum through July 10. The museum is open daily from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $9 for adults and $7 for students and seniors.

    More information is available by calling (949) 494-8971 or by visiting http://www.lagunaartmuseum.org.The work is also featured in a book published by Laguna Wilderness Press. For details, contact Paiement at

    ext. 47137 or via e-mail at [email protected]

    USC Debate Team HasCypress College Connections

    At the 125th anniversary of the USC Debate Team, three of the attendees are part of the Cypress College family: Trustee Donna Miller, faculty member Pat Ganer, and Foundation Board member Darrell Essex.

    To commemorate the event, a photo-graph was taken that also included Doug Bailey, Donna Millers former student, who is the current debate coach at Cypress High School, the incoming president of the Rotary Club of Cypress, and a local businessman.

    Irv Pickler Named 2006 Americana Man of the Year

    Irv Pickler, a long-time advocate of Cypress College and a Foundation Board member, is the 2006 Americana Man of the Year.

    If the Pickler name sounds familiar, it should. Pickler is also the father of softball coach Brad Pickler and baseball coach Scott Pickler. Both coaches are competing in their respective playoffs this weekend.

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  • Psychology 202 Research Methods

    Student Research Poster Presentations

    Cypress College

    Humanities Building First Floor Lobby

    May 17, 2005

    10:00 am to 12:00 pm

    Presenters TopicBrittany Barringer Untreated ADHD and Self-EfficacyCypress College

    Chris Rabanera Differences in Cognitive Ability between Musicians and Non-Cypress College muscians

    Tiffany Rae Hanff Sport Motivation in Extreme Sport ParticipantsCypress College

    Swasthi Parbhoo The Effects of Current War Inferences on Death Anxiety Levels ofCypress College College Students

    Rich Pinyo Personality Profiles and Perceptions of Astrology Descriptions inCypress College Personality

    Anna Wright Male and Female Perceptions of Individuals Based on Gender andCypress College Hair Color

    Laura Aguirre Reading at Home and Parent and Teacher Ratings of Student AbilityCypress College

    Lanny Tjorko & Sleep Patterns and Cognitive Performance in Young AdultsJonathan Del MundoCypress College

    Maria Henry & Lora Perez Big Five Personality Characteristics and Drinking BehaviorsCypress College

    Matt Vangalapudi Factors Associated with Wearing TattoosCypress College

    Kimberly Paulson Gender, Handedness and Brain DominanceCypress College____________________________________________________________________________________________________

    For Details Contact Dr. Randy Martinez, Psychology DepartmentRoom H-317A, 484-7000 ext. 48555

  • Mr. 400 Alumnus Trevor Hoffman Enters Elite MLB Club

    Last Friday, Trevor Hoffman became the third Major League Baseball pitcher to earn at least 400 saves (see story on page 2). After playing for Cypress College coach Scott Pickler in 1986 and 1987, Hoffman transfered to the Uni-versity of Arizona. He was chosen in the 11th round of the MLB draft by the Cincinnati Reds. He made his MLB debut with the Florida Marlins in 1993 and subsequently traded to the Padres as part of a deal that landed Gary Sheffield in Florida. During the 1998 season, Hoffman tied a National League record with 53 regular-season saves.

  • End-of-the-Year Luau [email protected] has the scoop on several of the baskets that will be available at the End-of-the-Year Luau, which will be held on Tuesday in the Theater Lobby. Click anywhere to view the slide-whow.

    http://www.cypresscollege.edu/~pio/gallery/luaubaskets_2005

  • This Week in PhotosIts a busy time of year at Cypress College. It so packed with activity that weve begged and bor-rowed photos from a sampling of the events in the past week. Have a look. Click anywhere to view the slidewhow.

    http://www.cypresscollege.edu/~pio/gallery/thisweek_20050513

  • Crazy for CurriculumPat Ganer has completed her 5-year run as chair of the Curriculum Committee. To mark the milestone, she was presented with this replica collectors edition Pat Ganer Curriculum Committee Chairperson Doll as created by Cindy Ristow in the Li-brary. Note the extreme detail, right down to authentic documents.

  • Time Flies ...One year ago tomorrow (May 14, 2004), these images ran in the final edition of @Cypress for the academic year. The new L/LRC was still literally a construction pit. It sure looks different as we close the books on another academic year of publishing @Cypress Click anywhere to view the slidewhow of the L/LRCs current state as well as a tour of the other construction projects.

    http://www.cypresscollege.edu/~pio/gallery/construction/2005-05-12/

  • CYPRESS COLLEGE Spring 2005/Phone List

    All the following extensions can be reached directly by dialing 484-7 followed by the 3 digit extension. For on campus dialing, dial 47 followed by the 3 digit extension. The new main number for Cypress College is (714) 484-7000. Any 48*** extension is not a direct dial number therefore, when off campus, the main number must be dialed first. Our new voice mail system, AUDIX, can be reached directly by calling (714) 484-7444 or by dialing 47444 while on campus. Names with an (*) by it are "temporary" employees and with (**) are Continuing Education employees. EXTENSIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY EMPLOYEES LAST NAME.

    A

    ACOSTA, STEPHANIE.........47211 ADAMS, VIRGIL .................48220 ALEXANDER, John.............47246 ALIBRANDI, LUCINDA .......47187 ALLEN, AKILAH...................47433 ALLISON, MINNIE ...............48632 ALMARAZ, ARTURO...........47346 ALVAREZ, RAUL..................47126 ALVAREZ, KATHLEEN .........47291 ANDERSON, BARBARA**..47457 ARBOGAST, JIM.................47397 ARENAS, GONZALO .........47193 ARMALE, RON....................48638 ASHBURN, SHIRLEY.............48906 ASSEF, EDUARDO ..............47390 AUGER, STEVE ....................48124 AUSTIN, PEGGY..................47066 AZO, PETER .........................47390

    B BABBO, MARY ANN ..........47041 BACA, JOEL** ....................47457 BACA, PAUL.......................47390 BACA, TONY ......................47352 BAKER (WHEELER), JENNIFER .47290 BALDWIN, WILLIAM ...........48642 BALL, SHERIDAN.................47036 BANNECK, STEVE ...............47204 BARGER, Colleen................48334 BARRIOS, MELISA...............47332 BARTLETT, KIM.....................47107 BAUTISTA, FERNANDO ......47390 BAXTER, JOSEPH ................47278 BEARD, MICHAEL ..............47235 BEATTY, KIMBERLY..............48539 BEDARD, DANA.................47276 BEIDLER, LARRY..................47382 BENNETT, BARBARA**........47062 BENNETT, ERICA ...................47419 BERGER, ELLEN...................47024 BERNAL, ALEX ....................47387 BETTENDORF, Dick.............47258 BETTENDORF, Pam ............47191 BEYER, GEORGE ................47034 BIRD, MICHAEL ..................84555 BLILIE, JEANNIE ..................47283 BLOCK, JEFFERY.................47390 BOEHLER, Connie..............48241 BOER, PAT...........................47283 BOETTGER, KATHLEEN .......45024 BORLA, LINDA....................47184 BOTTIAUX, PAUL......47197,47352 BOWER, GLENN .................47279 BOYCE, JANE.......................47283 BREAULT, KAREN..................47329 BROWN, DANA....................48910

    BROWN, HEATHER ...............47311 BROWN, JULIE** ...................47451 BRYDGES, MICHAEL............48657 BUNN, MARYLOU.................47104 BURCH, DEANN ...................47121 BURCHFIELD, JERRY.............47443 BURNETT, KEN .......................47390 BURSON, BOB.......................47396 BYRNES, NANCY..................47313

    C CABALLERO, DAVID ...........47396 CALORETTI, JESUS................47390 CANT, KAREN.......................47266 CAO, CINDY ........................47146 CAPSUTO, MIKE ...................48037 CARMICHAEL, CHRIS..........47390 CARNES, MATHEW ..............47390 CARROCINO, JAMES .........48125 CARTER, KELLY .....................47274 CARTER, PAT ........................47314 CASTLE, VICTORIA...............48620 CASTRO, ELMO....................47387 CAVIN, ROBERT ...................47009 CAYABYAB, LULU ................47353 CHANG, DAVID...................47434 CHAVEZ, ROBERT.................47245 CHI, HONG...........................48667 CHIN, PENNY........................47283 CHRISTENSEN, GARY* .........47026 CLANCY, LEE........................48631 CLARK, ANTIONESE.............47409 CLARK, LISA..........................84551 CLARKE, MARCIA................47390 CLAYBROOKS, ROSA..........47193 COBB, KEITH .........................47116 COGGI, ANITA ....................47342 COMAN, LIDIA ....................47250 COONEY, NEIL .....................47009 COOPER, LINDA..................48111 COOPMAN, JENNIFER ............48614 CORDOVA, AJA-MARIE ........47321 COTA, ANA..........................47393 COTA, YVONNE...................47351 CRAWFORD, James** ........47457 CRUZ, CARRIE** ...................47040 CRUZ, NORMA.....................47387 CURIEL, LARRY .....................48501

    D DANIELS, JOAN ...................48658 DAVIS, SUSAN ......................47153 DAVIS, MARY KAY...............47296 DAY, DEAN**........................47063 DEAN, BRIAN........................47347 DE CORO, Helena ..............47143 DEDIC, JAMES .....................47185 DE PONTEE, FRED ................47203

    DEL CAMPO, Veronica......47193 DELLINGER, PAT...................47214 DeMARKEY, NINA ...............47188 DERAKHSHANIAN, V. ..........47193 DEUTSCH, NANCY ...............47326 DIAZ, ROBERT (TAZ) .............47390 DICKEY, CHERIE ...................48456 DIEP, CHRISTIE......................48662 DIESENBRUCH, ROSEMARY. .47054 DISNEY, BETTY.......................47032 DO, DAO JIMMY .................47185 DOAK, LES ............................47158 DODSON, LAURIE ................47283 DOMAN, MONICA..............47067 DONLEY, STEVE. ...................47233 DORN, MARIAN...................47358 DOWDLE, Temperance......47223 DOWELL, MARY ...................47201 DUGAN, Michelle................47373 DYKSTRA, PHILIP...................48613

    E EASTON, Sharon ..................47122 EDWARDS, ARNETTE............48122 ENDERS, TOM.......................47390 ENG, GREGORY ..................47328 ENGLAND, JEAN .................47219 ENTEZAMPOUR, MO............47152 ESCARREGA, MANNY. .......47161 EUTIMIO, ALFREDO..............47418

    F FAJARDO, KARLA ...............48336 FANGMEYER, DAN..............47390 FAST, BONNIE .......................47072 FEE, RICHARD ......................48624 FISHMAN, DARLENE. ...........47283 FLORES, MICHAEL ...............48385 FLYNN, RUSSELL....................47153 FORD, MARY LOU................47214 FORD, REGINA.....................47432 FORMAN, MARY..................48657 FOWKE, BETTY.......................47391 FRANKS, JOSEPH .................48907 FREER, CAROLEE .................48055 FRIESS, DONNA....................48654 FUENTES, RUTH......................47163

    G GABOURIE, Penny...............47130 GADALLA, AYMAN.............47215 GALLO, JOE .........................47031 GANER, PAT .........................48668 GERMANERO, BETTY ...........47388 GIBBY, CHERYL ....................48634 GIBSON, DAVID...................47390 GIBSON, DONNA ................47390 GILES, ERNICE ......................47431 GILL, DAVID .........................48650

    GISKA, MARY LOU...............47045 GLATTLY, MARILYN..............47142 GODSHALK, KATHRYN........48639 GOLD, STEPHEN...................48648 GOMBER, BRIAN..................47390 GORNO, RIC........................48675 GOTOH, AKIKO ALLISON....47163 GOUT, JANET** ....................47037 GOYTIA-Galvan, Yvette ....47244 GRANDE, JOLENA...............45023 GRANT, OTIS.........................47390 GRANTHAM, ROBERT..........47084 GREEN, CAROL....................47296 GREER, JANET** ...................47057 GREICO, LAURA ..................47283 GRIFFITH, JAMES..................47390 GRIMES, KELLY .....................47240 GRISOTTI, PHIL ......................48082

    H HA, JACQUELINE.................47118 HALAHMY, DAVID...............48386 HAMBLIN, PAUL ...................47078 HAMMAN, ELIZABETH..........48641 HANNON, ANDREA.............47283 HARKRIDER, JAMES.............47153 HARRINGTON, BEV..............47109 HARRINGTON, BRET ............47387 HARTER, RENIE......................47316 HARVEY, CAROL .................48918 HAUGE, SUSAN** .................47042 HEAD, SUE.............................47170 HEASLEY, BEVERLY...............47126 HENNESSEY, NANCY. ..........47362 HENRY, DIANE......................47355 HEREDIA, ERNESTO**...........47438 HERMIZ, SABAH....................47390 HERRERA, ALEX....................48656 HERZOG, ANNA...................48909 HESS, KATHLEEN...................48636 HEUSSER, WILLIS ...................47010 HIGGINS, JEANNE ...............47282 HO, IDA** .............................47064 HOCK, RICHARD .................48066 HOLMES, IAN........................48206 HORMEL,JAMES...................47206 HOWARD, ADAM**.............48864 HUMPRES, PAT......................47309 HUNT, BARBARA ..................47312 HURTADO, ROY....................47396

    I IZADI, BEJZAD ......................48039

    J JACKSON,JACQUELINE .....47369 JANISH-MAJID, R.................47283 JAY, PAULA ..........................47345 JEPSON, JANE .....................47229

  • CYPRESS COLLEGE Spring 2005/Phone List

    All the following extensions can be reached directly by dialing 484-7 followed by the 3 digit extension. For on campus dialing, dial 47 followed by the 3 digit extension. The new main number for Cypress College is (714) 484-7000. Any 48*** extension is not a direct dial number therefore, when off campus, the main number must be dialed first. Our new voice mail system, AUDIX, can be reached directly by calling (714) 484-7444 or by dialing 47444 while on campus. Names with an (*) by it are "temporary" employees and with (**) are Continuing Education employees. EXTENSIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY EMPLOYEES LAST NAME.

    JEWELL, LYDIA......................47270 JIANTO, SUSANA .................47211 JIMENEZ, VICTOR.................47390 JOHNSON, MIKE ..................47029 JOHNSON, ROBT. ................47242 JOHNSON, Susan ................47020 JONES, JEANETTE**..............47450 JONES, SARAH.....................47194 JONES, TONY .......................47250 JURADO, JERRY**................47440

    K KAHLON, ISMAT...................47157 KANAAN, JAY......................47315 KASHI, BARBARA .................48174 KASLER, MICHAEL................47330 KAWAHARA, DAN...............47390 KEEL, LAWRENCE.................48663 KILLEN, BRIAN.......................45009 KING, MAUREEN ..................47047 KISHEL, PATRICIA .................47211 KLEIN, SUSAN........................48174 KOEPPEL, LIANA ..................47175 KOERPER, HANK ..................47021 KOIKE, JUDITH ......................47068 KRAFT, GEORGE ..................47390 KROUTIL, ELIZABETH .............47324 KRUSE, KATIE.........................48913

    L LAGUANA, RENAY ..............47095 LAMBROS, JOHN.................47169 LANDIS, DONNA..................47284 LARSEN, DENISE** ................47057 LAWSON, VELIA ...................47178 LEE, BOB................................47192 LENT, MARY JANE** ............47437 LEONARDO, MANUEL.........47390 LEONARDO, SERGIO ..........47396 LEOPOLD, MAUREEN. .........47318 LESTER, CLIFFORD................47243 LEWERENZ, SHIRLEY** ..........48865 LEWIS, CAROL......................48219 LEWIS, MARJORIE ................47308 LICARI, CHARLES .................47194 LIN, JIAN-ER..........................48658 LIND, DANIEL........................48509 LINHARES, JOHN..................47396 LIVINGSTON, NANCY..........47334 LLANOS, KATHY ...................47182 LOMBARDI, ALAN ...............47356 LOPEZ, JOAN** ....................48859 LUCKEY, KEVIN.....................47396 LUJAN, PATRICIA**..............48860 LUSCH, RODNEY ..................47390

    M MACHADO, MANUEL .........47390 MACIAS, LIZZY......................45015

    MADRID, LUIS**....................47044 MAERTENS, TINA ..................47346 MAITLEN, BRENDA....................... 0 MAJARIAN, MARK ..............47205 MAJDALAWI, ABED.............47112 MAJID, ROSALIE ..................47289 MAO, CHAOLIN ..................48633 MARROCCO, GINA............47049 MARSHALL, BARBARA ........48661 MARSHALL, STEVEN.............47387 MARTIN DEL CAMPO, V .....47193 MARTINEZ, AGGIE ...............47213 MARTINEZ, JOE ....................47397 MARTINEZ, RANDY ..............48555 MARTINEZ, RUBEN................47339 MARZOLO, JAY ...................47396 MATHEWS, PETER .................48556 MATTSON, Carol..................47148 MAYBERRY, ANDREA..........47413 MC ALISTER, Kathleen........48662 MC KEOWN, TROY ..............47263 MC KNIGHT, RICHARD .......47211 MC NAY, SALLY ...................47283 MC PHERSON, DEBRA ........48660 MEGGINSON, ZOE ..............47193 MENDOZA, ARMANDO......47189 MERCER, ROBERT ................47267 MERICKEL, KAREN ...............48640 MICHELLE, DEBORAH..........47104 MILLER, JEANNE...................48684 MILLER, NANCY ...................47120 MILLER, PEGGY....................48916 MILLER, RON.........................48243 MINTZER, ALEX .....................48643 MIRANDA, ALBERT...............47394 MITTS, LYNN ..........................48901 MOADY, ALIREZA ................48058 MOHR, MARGARET.............47366 MONTANO, PHIL..................48799 MONTENEGRO, CHRISTY....47348 MONTGOMERY, CHERYL....47390 MOORE, BARBARA** ..........45037 MORALES, LISA ....................47319 MORAN, OLGA ...................48669 MORENO, TERESA ...............47376 MORRIS, BRIAN....................47390 MORVAN, LAURIE................48628 MOSLEY, AMELIE .................47346 MOSQUEDA-PONCE,Therese.47180 MOTTERSHEAD, ALLEN........48615 MOUNIER, MIKE ...................47111 MYLES, RENEE** ...................47043

    N NABAHANIE, MELANIE........47176 NADELL, BOB........................47334 NAVA, DAN..........................48737

    NAYLOR, PATRICIA .............47178 NELSON, JANN ....................47307 NELSON, KRIS .......................47230 NELSON, LOUELLA...............47308 NGUYEN, CHAU**................48871 NGUYEN, DUSTIN(TUAN).....47429 NGUYEN, HOAN VAN.........47390 NGUYEN, HOANG VAN......47390 NGUYEN, TE..........................47390 NGUYEN, TIEN ......................47390 NICASTRO, CELDA ..............47104 NOBLE, JOHN.......................47390 NOOR-FLORES, D** .............47064 NORDEE, TOM......................47149 NOVISOFF, ANNA ...............47139 NUSBAUM, DAVID ...............48150

    O O'BRIEN, CAROL..................47387 O'BRIEN, NOREEN................48908 ONEAL, RORY**..................48874 ODEBUNMI, FOLA................48228 OKAWA, DAVID ..................47338 OLIVEIRA, A. FERNANDO ...48653 OROZCO, LUCIANO ...........47246 ORTEGA, DANIEL.................47387 OWENS, CYNTHIA................47104 OWENS, EUNJU ....................48627

    P PAEK, SYLVIA........................48646 PAIEMENT, PAUL ..................47137 PEKALA, GLORIA.................47298 PARELLI, ROBERT..................47286 PARISI, TOM**.......................47100 PATTI, JOYCE........................47085 PAYNE, ALICE ......................47147 PAYNE, JOHN.......................48655 PEARCE, ELAINE** ...............47064 PECANIC, ANDREW............47194 PEERY, KEVIN........................47183 PEERY, MARY** ....................47457 PELACHIK, PATTY .................48049 PELLETIER, DANIEL................47181 PEREZ-STROUD, LILI. .............. 47241 PETERSON, MARK ................47023 PETRIE, DAVE........................48630 PEWTHERS, VAN**................48861 PHILLIPS, JIM.........................48230 PIBURN, BETH. .......................48917 PICKLER, BRAD.....................47359 PICKLER, SCOTT ...................47352 PIERCE, RITA**......................47101 PINKHAM, WILLIAM.............47357 PINKOWITZ, BARBARA ........47283 PLETT, CHRISTINA .................48622 POLIZZI, NICK .......................47159 POLSKY, DIANA ...................47207

    PORTER, DEIDRE...................47370 POSNER, MARK....................47006 POUND, NANCY..................47185 PRESTON, MANYA...............47305 PRITCHETT, AMY...................48231 PUMA, JESSICA....................48656 PUTMAN, Elizabeth .............48907

    R RAGER, GREG .....................47244 RAJAB, ADEL........................48629 RAMIREZ, DEBBIE*................47406 RAMIREZ, JORGE.................47374 RAMOS, AMANDA..............47346 RAMOS, JAIME ....................47283 RANSOM, ALAN ..................48059 RECINOS, JOSE....................47389 REID, KATHRYN.....................48490 REILAND, KATHLEEN............47411 REZA, ALAN..........................48121 RHYMES, REGINA ................48595 RICHARDS, DAVID ..............47387 RICCI, JOYCE ......................47050 RICHIE, CECILIA........................... 0 RIOS, ANGIE.........................47395 RISTOW, CINDY....................47070 RIVAS, LUIS............................47390 ROBERSON, JOHN...............47390 ROBERTSON, ALISON ..........48671 ROBERTS, PAUL ................... 47382 ROCHA, FRED** ...................48867 RODRIGUEZ, VANESSA .......47117 ROGERS, ANITA ...................47328 ROJAS, BECKY .....................47199 ROJAS, DANIEL....................47390 ROSENBERG, STUART...........48653 ROTHERA, MARY .................47166 RUBINO, KEN ........................47360 RUSSELL, BYRON ..................47387 RYDALCH, INA .....................47299

    S SALDANA, JESSE..................47211 SALLADE, DOUG .................47257 SANDORE, RUSS...................47248 SANDOVAL, CARLOS .........47185 SANDOVAL, REBECA. .........47119 SAN ROMAN, CATHY..........47392 SARGBAH, BEATRICE ..........47325 SCHAEFER, SANDRA ...........47194 SCHICK, CHARLENE ............48503 SCHILLO, GARY ...................47337 SCHNEIDER, SONI ................47134 SCHULPS, MOLLY.................47033 SCOTT, MARA ......................47277 SELGA, MAX.........................47283 SERIZAWA, LISA** ................47057 SERRANO, EDGARD............47022

  • CYPRESS COLLEGE Spring 2005/Phone List

    All the following extensions can be reached directly by dialing 484-7 followed by the 3 digit extension. For on campus dialing, dial 47 followed by the 3 digit extension. The new main number for Cypress College is (714) 484-7000. Any 48*** extension is not a direct dial number therefore, when off campus, the main number must be dialed first. Our new voice mail system, AUDIX, can be reached directly by calling (714) 484-7444 or by dialing 47444 while on campus. Names with an (*) by it are "temporary" employees and with (**) are Continuing Education employees. EXTENSIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY EMPLOYEES LAST NAME.

    SHERARD, CHUCK ...............47246 SHOCKLEE, MARION...........47371 SHROUT, CYNTHIA ...............48621 SILVA, DEBORAH .................47129 SIMMONS, SUSIE ..................47231 SIORDIA, JOSE .....................47343 SMEAD, GAIL .......................47239 SMITH, DEBI**........................47063 SMITH, FRANK.......................47108 SMITH, SHIRLEY .....................47455 SNOOK, DANIEL...................47250 SONNE, KATHRYN................47452 SPENCER, SHERRILL .............47303 SPOONER, STEPHANIE.........48619 SPRAGUE, AMBER ...............47073 SSENSALO, RENEE...................47135 STACKHOUSE, DAN**...........48858 STEPHENS, DAN....................47035 STRUCKMAN, HELGA**.......47039 SUBRAMANIAM, BRINDA ...48645 SWYTAK, JUDY .....................47283

    SYKES, VICKI .........................47330 T

    TAKAHASHI, K. MARIYE.......48665 TALWAR, AMBIKA................47169 TAYLOR, TONIESHA .............47427 TEIPE, PETER** .......................48873 TENEZA, ROSELLE .................45014 TODD, WAYNE .....................47397 TOMOOKA, CRAIG.............48647 TRACY, THERESA..................47215 TRAN, HERMAN....................47336 TRAN, KIMBERLY...................48120 TRAVAGLIA, BRIAN .............47396 TRINIDAD, PABLO................47396 TRULOCK, RON .............47255,256 TRUONG, DON.....................47346 TUCKER, SCOTT ....................47381 TYRRELL, DON ......................47218

    U UGARTE, FIDEL .....................47396

    V VALDEZ, MARINA ................47169 VALENCIA, WENDY.............47283 VAN BEYNEN, RICK .............47390 VANDERGRIFT, BOB ............48637 VASQUEZ, FEDERICO ..........47390 VELOZ, OLIVIA .....................47323 VERDUGO, MANNY ............47377 VILLEGAS, DIANE.................47131 VIRGIL, LENORE ...................47390 VO, DENISE...........................47275 VON SOOSTEN, RON ..........47211

    W WADA, KATHRYN.................47182 WAHBE, RANDA ..................47171 WAHL, FRANCES..................47105 WARREN, MICHELE..............47375 WASSENAAR, DAVID ..........47217 WATSON, KAREN .................48644 WEIL, SUSAN .........................47140

    WELLIVER, NANCY...............47087 WELLS, CATHY......................47278 WHARRY, KENNETH .............47390 WHEELER, JENNIFER.............47290 WILLIAMS, SUSAN ................47283 WILSON, ALAN.....................47280 WILSON, MARGARET ..........48915 WINCKLER, JANET................47283 WISE-BEATTY, KIMBERLY ......48539 WOO, DONNA.....................48692 WOOD, JANE.......................48660 WU, PENN .............................48680

    Y YATSKO, GARY ....................47113 YOUNG, ELDON ...... 47177,47302

    Z ZAGER, GARY ......................48187 ZAKALA, CAROL..................47295 ZOUDO, FARID.....................47390

    DIVISION EXTENSIONS

    A ACADEMIC COMP............. 47109 HELP LINE .......................... 47157 ACADEMIC SENATE............ 47027 ADMISSIONS....................... 47346 ADULT (Continuing) ED ...... 47038 AERONAUTICS .................... 47253 Affirmative Action.............. 47265 AIR COND. LAB .................. 47255 AIRLINE & TRAVEL CAREERS...... 47411 A&R ANNEX ........................ 47428 ALPHA Gamma Sigma...... 47051 ART DEPT ............................. 47134 ASSESSMENT ....................... 47223 AUDIO VISUAL .................... 47109 AUTO BODY ........................ 47250 AUTO SERVICE .................... 47246 AUTO TOOL......................... 47249 AVIATION ........................... 47411

    B BASEBALL SHED .............821-7870 BIOLOGY STOCKROOM..... 47163 BODY SHOP ........................ 47250 BOOKSTORE........................ 47336 BOX OFFICE........................ 47200 BURSAR ............................... 47317 B.E.DIVISION....................... 47211 BUS. LAB.............................. 47215

    C CARE ................................... 47237 CBEST MATH PREP............... 48361

    CSEA ................................... 47014 CAF CYPRESS/ANAHEIM ....84640 CALWORKS......................... 47237 Career Planning Ctr .......... 47120 CERAMIC LAB........ 48138, 47138 CHARGER Chronicle.......... 47269 CHEMISTRY ......................... 47162 COMMUNITY SERV. ............ 47126 COMPUTER LABS: BUSINESS -1ST FLR............. 47215 BUSINESS -2ND FLR........... 47214 GRAPHIC ARTS ................. 47030 CONTINUING ED: CONTINUING ED ............. 47038 DISABLED STUDENT .......... 47057 CAREER&ASSETMNT CTR..47440 COMP. INTERNET CTR...... 47437 COMP. INTERNET CTR...... 48862 ESL SPECIAL PROJECTS ... 47406 LIVING SKILLS .................. 47457 HIGH SCHOOL................. 47438 COSTUME SHOP ................. 47102 COUNSELING DIV.: B.E.(CARNEGIE)............... 47213 F.A.(BERNSTEIN)............... 47129 H.S.(SCHWEITZER)............ 47270 L.A.(TWAIN) ..................... 47178 P.E.(THORPE).................... 48275 P.E. Counseling Sec........ 47405 S.M.(EINSTEIN) ................. 47146 S.S.(MUIR) ........................ 47178 T.E.(EDISON) .................... 47228

    EXTENDED DAY................ 47015 COUNSELING, DEAN.......... 47334 COURT REPORTING ............ 47211 CULTURAL DIVERSITY........ 47049

    D DANCE DEPT....................... 47201 DANCE Studio/T.A.220 ...... 48200 DANCE Studio/GYM II ....... 47380 DATA PROCESSING............ 47214 DEAN of Instruc. Serv......... 47329 DENTAL SCIENCES.............. 47296 DISABLED SERV.-DSP&S ....... 47104 DIVISION OFFICES: B.E. ................................... 47211 F.A.................................... 47139 H.S.................................... 47283 L.A.................................... 47169 P.E. ................................... 47352 S.M. .................................. 47153 S.S. ................................... 47185 T.E..................................... 47231 DRUG & Alcohol Prog........ 47187

    E

    EDUC.SVCS.CTR ................. 47104 ENGINE SHOP..................... 47246 EOPS ................................... 47368 EOPS Tutoring/Comp lab.. 47320 EQUIP. RM. MEN................. 47377 EQUIP. RM. WOMEN........... 47376 EXECUTIVE VICE PRES. ....... 47312 EXTENDED DAY................... 47332

    EXTENDED Day Couns. ...... 47015

    F FACILITES ............................ 47388 FINANCIAL AID .................. 47114 FINE ARTS DIV..................... 47139 FINE ARTS LOUNGE ............ 48145 FITNESS LAB ........................ 47352 FOOD SERVICES: FOOD FOR THOUGHT........ 47226 HUMANITIES....................... 47224 GYM II................................ 47486 FOUNDATION ..................... 47126

    G GALLERY ............................. 47133 GED..................................... 47438 GEOLOGY .......................... 48616 GIS ...................................... 47155 GROUNDS........................... 47395

    H HRC/ANAHEIM................... 84640 Hotel, Resturaunt& Culinary HANDICAPPED................... 47104 HEALTH SERVICES............... 47361 HEALTH SCIENCES DIV....... 47283 COUNSELING .................. 47270 DENTAL ............................ 47296 MEDICAL RECORD ......... 47289 MORTUARY SCIENCE ..... 47278 HELPLINE "STAR" ................. 47421 HELPLINE-Academic comp . 47157 HISTORY.............................. 47185 HONORS PROGRAM.......... 47452

  • CYPRESS COLLEGE Spring 2005/Phone List

    All the following extensions can be reached directly by dialing 484-7 followed by the 3 digit extension. For on campus dialing, dial 47 followed by the 3 digit extension. The new main number for Cypress College is (714) 484-7000. Any 48*** extension is not a direct dial number therefore, when off campus, the main number must be dialed first. Our new voice mail system, AUDIX, can be reached directly by calling (714) 484-7444 or by dialing 47444 while on campus. Names with an (*) by it are "temporary" employees and with (**) are Continuing Education employees. EXTENSIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY EMPLOYEES LAST NAME.

    HONOR SOCIETY(AGS)...... 47051 HUMANITIES Counseling.... 47178 HUMAN Performance Lab. 47352 HUMAN SERVICES ............. 47185 HVAC .................................. 47397

    I INDPNT LIVING Program.... 47237 INFO SYSTEMS/BE ............... 47215 INSTRUCTION OFFICE ......... 47329 INSTRUC Development...... 47302 INTERCULTURAL................... 47049 INVENTORY CONTROL ....... 47393

    J JOB LINE DIST.................808-4811 JOURNALISM ...................... 47269

    K KEYS .................................... 47393

    L L216-Teleconference ........ 48101 LANGUAGE ARTS................ 47169 LEARNING CTR - HUM ........ 47193 LEARNING DISABLED.......... 47104 LIBRARY............................... 47125 LIVING SKILLS...................... 47457 LOST & FOUND.................... 47387

    M MAILROOM......................... 47342 MAINT & OPERATIONS ....... 47390 MATH Tutor/Learning......... 47151 MATH SCIENCE DEPT .......... 47153 MATRICULATION................. 47223 MEDIA SERVICES ................ 47109 MEDIA HELPDESK.............. 48090 MEDICAL RECORDS............ 47289 MEN'S EQUIPMENT.............. 47377 MEN'S Shower/Locker ....... 47377 MORTUARY SCIENCE.......... 47278 Multicultural Studies .......... 47048 MUSIC DEPT ........................ 47140

    N NEWSPAPER, Chronicle ..... 47269 NURSE'S OFFICE.................. 47361 NURSING DEPT .................... 47283

    0 ONLINE CLASS COORD...... 47134

    P PHILOSOPHY....................... 47009 PHOTOGRAPHY .................. 47244 PALS PROGRAM ................. 47098 PE DIV.................................. 47352 PHYSICAL PLANT................. 47390 PHYSICS LAB....................... 47165 POOL OFFICE...................... 47382 POOL INFORMATION ......... 47384 PRESIDENT'S CONF RM ....... 48118 PRESIDENT'S OFFICE ........... 47308

    PRODUCTION CENTER........ 47328 PSYCH TECH DEPT............... 47283 PUBLIC INFORMATION ....... 47006 PUENTE PROGRAM ............. 47171

    R RADIOLOGIC TECH ............ 47283 REAL ESTATE........................ 47211 RECORDS ............................ 47346 REGISTRA .......................... 47432 RE-ENTRY PROGRAM.......... 47120 RESOURCE CTR ................... 47013 ROOSEVELT CENTER ........... 47104

    S SCENE SHOP....................... 47204 SEM DIVISION..................... 47153 CHEMISTRY ...................... 47162 BIOLOGY ......................... 47163 PHYSICS ........................... 47165 SECURITY............................. 47387 SEMESTER ABROAD ............ 47080 SERV. LEARNING CTR ......... 47452 SMALL ENGINE ................... 47248 SOCIAL SCIENCE................ 47185 SPORTS INFO OFFICE.......... 47356 STAFF DEV........................... 47324 "STAR" HELPLINE.................. 47421 STUDENT ACTIVITIES ........... 47198 STUDENT COUNSELING ...... 47334 STUDENT SERVICES ............. 47371 STUDENT SUPPORT .............. 47237 STUDENT TRUSTEE ................ 47167

    Karen Johnson T

    TECH ED DIVISION 47231 AERONAUTICS................. 47253 AIR COND........................ 47255 APPLIANCE REPAIR ......... 47231 AUTO BODY..................... 47250 AUTO SERVICE................. 47246 CULINARY ARTS ............... 84640 FLIGHT ATTENDANT.......... 47411 PHOTO ............................. 47244 SMALL ENGINES............... 47248 WELDING ......................... 47254 TEACHER PREP PROG ......... 47168 TELECOURSES...................... 47302 TENNIS/TRACK.................... 45050 TERMINAL (A&R)................. 47428 Testing,Assessmnt... 47925,47223 THEATER ARTS ..................... 47201 BOX OFC ......................... 47200 COSTUME SHOP .............. 48207 SCENE SHOP.................... 47204 TITLE III................................. 47323 TRAC ................................... 47237 TRACK OFFICE.................... 45050

    TRAINING ROOM ............... 47381 TRANSCRIPTS ...................... 47346 TRANSFER CTR .................... 47132 TRAVEL CAREERS................ 47411 TRAVEL RESOURCE OFF...... 47252 TUTORING-EOPS................. 47320 TUTORING-SEM................... 47151 TYPING................................ 47211

    U UNITED FACULTY/CTA ........ 47027

    V VETERAN'S OFFICE ............. 47344 VO TECH DEPT .................... 47231

    W WELDING ............................ 47254 WILSON CONF RM ............. 48119 WORD PROCESSING .......... 47215 WOMEN'S EQUIPMENT ....... 47376 WOMEN'S CENTER.............. 47121 WRITING CENTER................ 47183

    DIRECT DIALING

    BASEBALL FIELD .............821-7870 COMP. INTERNET CTR....484-7437 BUSINESS OFFICE...........484-7306 DSP&S CONT'D ED.........484-7057 CUSTODIAL ROOM........484-7399 DISTRICT OFFICE............808-4500 FULLERTON COLLEGE ....992-7000 JOB LINE ........................808-4811 SEMESTER ABROAD .......484-7080 SWAP MEET ....................952-9355 THEATER BOX OFFICEe .484-7200 WAREHOUSE..................808-4635 WILSHIRE ........................992-7700

    STAFF RAUL ALVAREZ ..............484-7128 MARILYN GLATTLY* .......484-7142 NANCY BYRNES ............484-7313 STEVE DONLEY...............484-7233 MO ENTEZAMPOUR .......484-7152 ANDREA HANNON........484-7285 DIANE HENRY ................484-7355 MICHAEL KASLER ..........484-7331 DR. MARJORIE Lewis.....484-7308 BOB NADELL ..................484-7335 NINA DeMARKEY ..........484-7188 DAVID WASSENAAR......484-7217 ELDON YOUNG .............484-7177

    FAX NUMBERS ADMISSIONS..................484-7446 BUS. SERV. OFFICE.........527-1698 BOOKSTORE...................761-2032 BURSAR'S OFFICE ..........827-0703 BUSINESS DIV.................527-4733

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