Monthly Archives: September 2013

2013 California Indian Day Celebration: A great success!

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending Palomar College’s California Indian day celebration sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department (AIS).  The event was held in a lecture hall to a standing room only crowd.  Calvin One Deer, a colleague … Continue reading

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Response to graphic anti-abortion activism at Palomar

Recently, anti-abortion activists were on campus expressing their concerns, largely through the use of large poster-size graphic photos and literature.  Two of our Sociology faculty, Devon Smith and Kathy Grove were interviewed by the Telescope about the methods and tactics … Continue reading

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Providing Creative Support for Faculty through the Palomar College Library

Professor/Librarian Tamara Weintraub created a 5-minute training video on the Library’s ScienceDirect online journal article database. Created for Palomar’s STEM Center faculty and tutors to promote awareness of  and access to this key scholarly research tool, the video discusses applications … Continue reading

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New publication from Richard Sauerheber in the Tutoring Center

Richard Sauerheber, one of our classified tutors, has just had a new article published!  The article “Physiologic Conditions Affect Toxicity of Ingested Industrial Fluoride” will be published in the peer reviewed journal: Journal of Environmental and Public Health.  This is … Continue reading

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Integrating service learning at Palomar College

In partnership with California Campus Compact, the Service Learning Program  at Palomar College designed a one day workshop to educate faculty about innovative ways to design and incorporate service learning in their classes. 11 faculty from Palomar joined and according … Continue reading

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Professor Jahnel isn’t just playing games!

Professor Jahnel from the history department has just had his paper “Why is my Elf Gay? It’s Batman’s Fault: Examining the historical models of ‘The Other’ in Comic Books and other static visual media and their predictive ability and limits … Continue reading

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New publication from our Sociology faculty!

Congratulations to Adjunct Professor Marian Ross who has just recently had the paper “Exemplary practice for seamless pipeline transitions between community colleges and 4-year institutions” accepted for publication in the SAGE publication series “Promising Practices for Engaging Families in Literacy“.  … Continue reading

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