Raise Your Hand! 

Do you have a question for your college president, Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer? Dialogues with Dr. D on Leadership at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, April 8 (the first weekday of Sensoria!) Dr. D with studentspresents a live opportunity for students in the Halton Theater to hear her interviewed by two Central Piedmont students and to ask her their own questions about her leadership journey. Come if you can!

However, if you can’t be there, please submit a question in advance for consideration.

All submissions will be shared with Dr. Deitemeyer, and some will be read and answered from the stage. Entries won’t be submitted anonymously; we want you to get credit for your great questions! And you can watch the event via live stream (streaming link coming soon).

Instructions for Friday’s Inauguration Ceremony

As a reminder, students are invited to attend the inauguration of CPCC’s fourth president, Dr. Kandi W. Deitemeyer, scheduled for Friday, November 3, 10:30 a.m. – noon in Halton Theater. Those attending the inauguration ceremony are encouraged to arrive at Halton by 10:15 a.m. to ensure they are seated prior to the procession of dignitaries, faculty and staff into the theater.  Once the procession has entered, guests will be directed to the balcony or one of the overflow locations (Tate Hall and Pease Auditorium). If your instructor is planning on bringing your class to the inauguration, you will be directed to Pease Auditorium in the event you might need to leave at the end of your scheduled class time to exit without disturbing the ceremony.

 

Dr. D, CPCC Students and Employees Help Make Sandwiches for Urban Ministries

In honor of Dr. Deitemeyer’s upcoming inauguration on Nov. 3, CPCC’s Service-Learning and Student Life teams have coordinated a number of community outreach initiatives focused on feeding Dr D makes sandwiches in assembly line at Levine CampusCharlotte’s hungry during the week of Oct. 30.

As a result, CPCC students, faculty and staff, together with CPCC President, Dr. Deitemeyer, helped make sandwiches for Urban Ministries at the Levine Campus on Oct. 30. The college’s goal is to help make 2,500 sandwiches for Urban Ministries during this special week of service.