Faculty, Staff, and Students wear your costume and meet us under the Clock Tower for a costume contest.
More information to come.
Jody C. Randall (she/her) is an experienced leader in facilitating change and fostering inclusion through the development and implementation of programming and services. She serves as the vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). As vice president, Ms. Randall is responsible for oversight and strategic management of TTUHSC’s efforts to strengthen our diverse and inclusive university community where all faculty, staff, and students are treated respectfully and provided equal access to opportunities.
Previously, Ms. Randall served as the founding director for the Office of LGBTQIA Education & Engagement and as an adjunct lecturer for Women’s & Gender Studies at Texas Tech University. As an action-oriented and passionate advocate and educator, Ms. Randall’s efforts contributed to Texas Tech University being named among Campus Pride’s “Best of the Best” LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges & Universities nationwide.
Ms. Randall serves as the President of the Jim Collins Foundation and Texas Pride Impact Funds. Previously, Ms. Randall served on the Board of Directors for the Equality Federation Education Fund (chair), Heartland CARES, Inc. (chair), Kentucky Fairness Alliance (chair), the Texas Association of College and University
Student Personnel Administrations (TACUSPA), and was active in the leadership of the Gender and Sexuality Leadership Team for Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA).
Ms. Randall received the President’s Excellence in Gender Equity Award (2020) and an Inclusive Excellence Award (2019) at Texas Tech University. Previously, she received the President’s Award for Diversity & Inclusion (2013) and a Staff Excellence Award (2011) at Murray State University. Ms. Randall received a Bachelor of Integrated Studies in Human Services and a Master of Science in Human Development and Leadership from Murray State University. Currently, she is pursuing a Doctor of Education in Leadership and Learning in Organizations through the Peabody College at Vanderbilt University.
Location: 1st floor, Admin Building
Stop by and check out how TAO can help you tackle your term.
Come learn about Hispanic Heritage month with dancing and history of it as it relates to the Hispanic Culture.
Location: Anderson Room-ETB
Come learn about TAO along with mental health bingo. Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) – evidenced-based resource to help you bounce back from setbacks which is completely anonymous. (Deep breathing, Coping with Pandemic, etc) This is available for students, staff, and faculty.
Sat., Oct. 1, 12-4 p.m.
Hopkinsville Community College
720 North Dr., Hopkinsville, KY
(2nd parking lot past flagpole.)
Award Categories –
Chevy, Ford, Chrysler, Orphan and President’s Award.
*Created by CMM and Digital Printing students
• Give-A-Ways • Live Music by The Rusty Strings • Food Trucks and more!
Bring your lawn chairs.
No alcoholic beverages.
More Information –
Call Bob Smith (270) 707-3892 for more info or to sponsor the event.
Car registration is onsite on the day of the cruise-in.
Experienced truck driver looking for a change? Recent driving school graduate or looking to get your CDL? Whatever your level of truck driving experience, get a chance to have all your truck driving related questions answered at one of our casual truck driver recruiting events.
Schneider is hosting a truck driving recruiting event on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at Hopkinsville Community College in Hopkinsville, KY.
Speak to one of our knowledgeable and personable recruiters about driving opportunities, pay and benefits, military programs,requirements, terminology clarification, CDL questions and any other questions you may have.