Monthly Archives: November 2013

Phi Theta Kappa Induction at Palomar College

Last week I was able to attend the Phi Theta Kappa induction ceremony for this year.  The event was hosted by our very own Katy French & Katie Townsend-Merino “The two Katy/ies”.  It was really inspiring to see the current … Continue reading

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NCHEA grant Success from Sociology- Uniting across colleges

Great news from our Sociology department folks– Sociology was just awarded a mini-grant through the North County Higher Education Alliance.   The grant was submitted by Kathy Grove and by Dr. Marisol Clark-Ibanez at CSUSM.   The grant is designed to support … Continue reading

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Update; Professor Lesperance’s Documentary Film!

Hi folks–  many of you saw our very 1st blog post about Henry Lesperance Alvarez documentary film (Please see prior post here).  We now have an exciting update!  Last month Professor Lesperance’s film crew was awarded another grant from the … Continue reading

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Dr Lechusza Aquallo goes world-wide!

Dr Lechusza Aquallo from our American Indian Studies program just had his book project “Without reservations, the Deconstruction of Indian Identity” published world-wide today!  Please congratulate our colleague for this amazing accomplishment!

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Palomar Sociology faculty and students working in our communities

On Friday, Nov. 15th several students from Kathleen Grove’s class (Soc. 100 intro) and Rachael Horn-Langford’s class (Soc. 110  social problems) worked at Interfaith Community Services in Escondido  to help connect homeless people to services.    The day began at 8 … Continue reading

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from Northern Togo to San Diego!

On November 9th, 2013, Dr Phil Debarros from our archaeology program presented “The results of Archaeological Research on Ironworking in the Bassar Region of Northern Togo 1981-2013.” to the San Diego Archaeological Center.  The presentation covered a basic history of … Continue reading

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Tardes de Familia: Stories of Success!

This past Friday night I was fortunate to attend Tardes de Familia: Stories of Success, an event sponsored by the Multicultural Studies (MCS) Department at Palomar College.  The event was packed with students and their families (114 headcount at one … Continue reading

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