Student Government joins White House campaign

CI’s Student Government has joined The White House's, It's On Us Campaign with the goal of building communities that stand up to sexual assault and support sexual assault survivors. Student Government leaders have emphasized that they recognize this issue transcends sexes, genders and identities and continue to work to ensure that this is reflected in the programs the University implements as well as in the legislation our state presents. Over the next school year roundtable discussions will allow for the CI community to come together and build a plan of action for ensuring that the future of the CI stands up to sexual assault.

This past month CI Island News, filmed a public service announcement starring Student Government representatives. Senators, executive members and the President of Student Government highlighted the values of Channel Islands and challenged CI students, faculty, staff and administration to be responsible members of their communities by taking the pledge at and taking action. View the CI video.

For more information, contact Vanessa Bahena, Student Government President, at ext. 2759 or

Jennifer Miller wins regional Student Affairs award

Jennifer Miller, Director of Student Affairs Assessment, Research and Staff Development has earned the 2014 Region VI Distinguished Service to the Profession Award from NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators). Miller accepted the award at NASPA’s 2014 Western Regional Conference in Anaheim. Miller, a 13-year student affairs professional, was honored for outstanding contributions to the profession, including a record of innovations and exemplary service as a mentor for students and new professionals.

Miller joined CI in 2013 after launching and directing the first student wellness center at UC Riverside. Over the past two years, she’s forged partnerships at CI to develop high-impact student programs, including the Dolphins Quest Program, which aims to enhance retention rates of underrepresented students. She also co-authored a Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) report on the “Meaning of the Degree,” co-chaired the 2014 CSU Systemwide Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Educational Conference, and collaborated with the CSU Chancellor’s Office to develop a systemwide assessment training and tool sharing site (SharePoint), among other noteworthy accomplishments.

She holds a Ph.D. in Education from Claremont Graduate University, a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Oberlin College.

For more information, contact the Vice President for Student Affairs office at ext. 8536. 

Corporate Games 2015 – It’s Game Time!

It’s time for CI full-time employees and faculty to think about participating in the 2015 City of Ventura (CoV) Corporate Games – this year’s theme: It’s Game Time. Over 10,000 participants – 80 teams - participate in 32 events during six weeks of friendly competition, March 28 through May 9, 2015.

CI finished last year with two team silver medals in Paintball and Men’s Softball and a second place for group photo. Our goal is to participate in ALL events and due to the size of our employee pool, we can have three teams in each event.

CoV has released updated Information & Rules and a List of Sports, Dates & Locations.

We will plan sign-up days for next month and meetings for those who are interested in helping to coordinate practices, participate in the spirit competition events, weekly competitions, photography and tee shirt design entries, community service project, and opening/closing ceremonies.

For more information, contact Joanna Murphy, Associate Director of Communication & Marketing at ext. 8915 or

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