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Dean of Arts and Sciences

Umpqua Community College

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Umpqua Community College

1140 Umpqua College Rd

Roseburg, Oregon,97470

United States

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The Mainstream is a designated student forum written to promote the activities, events and interests of Umpqua Community College. Its primary focus is on hard news relating to campus events or personnel, especially as students are affected, but features, art w...more

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The Mainstream : Campus News

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An international program was proposed to College Council by Jason Aase, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Oct. 14.
The proposal was well-received with the biggest concerns were initial cost and housing, Aase said. Stephanie Newman, Theatre Studies director pitched the idea for the live broadcasts to Jason Aase, dean of Arts & Sciences. Aase then brought the plan to Vice President of Instruction, Roxanne Kelly.


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The next day, the delegates visited the Oregon Coast with travel guide Jason Aase, dean of Arts and Sciences, to see the most glorious rocks and dive into the coldest water in the Pacific Northwest.
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An international program was proposed to College Council by Jason Aase, Dean of Arts and Sciences, Oct. 14.
The proposal was well-received with the biggest concerns were initial cost and housing, Aase said.


The Mainstream : Campus career and technical programs impress Ukrainian visitors

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Ukrainian delegates have visited UCC annually for the last seven years, according to Jason Aase, Dean of Arts and Sciences.
A team of three administrators and two faculty members visited Ukraine in spring 2013 including Bober and Aase, along with Roxanne Kelly, vice president of Instruction; Susan Rochester, chairperson of Fine and Performing Arts; and Martha Joyce, Business Department chairperson. Aase hopes a team will be able to return for another visit in spring 2014. The visit will depend on budgeting and funding available from the Open World Program, a congressionally funded program where leaders from countries within the former Soviet bloc are given opportunities to interact with American leaders in a variety of fields, according to the Open World Program website. Aase hopes these visits will increase the number of international students coming to UCC and provide and opportunities for students travel.


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Stephanie Newman, Theatre Studies director pitched the idea for the live broadcasts to Jason Aase, dean of Arts & Sciences.
Aase then brought the plan to Vice President of Instruction, Roxanne Kelly, who according to Aase was "excited" to bring this opportunity to campus. Aase then brought the plan to Vice President of Instruction, Roxanne Kelly, who according to Aase was "excited" to bring this opportunity to campus. Aase and Kelly approved funding to purchase a new high definition projector for the Centerstage theatre from funds already available.


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