Monthly Archives: May 2014

End of the semester events: Women’s Studies & American Indian Studies

Well, its been a hectic last couple of weeks.  With the stress of final exams and fires in the San Diego area, folks have certainly had a lot on their mind.  And thus, I am way behind on blog posts- … Continue reading

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Research Methods Poster Session- another success!

The halls of the MD building at Palomar College were packed once again with enthusiastic researchers and visitors for this spring 2014 semester’s Research Methods’ Poster Session. Topics were quite diverse and included: testing methodology differences and outcomes, anonymity and … Continue reading

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What’s all the Hullabaloo?

In 2011, Nicole Knotts, a site supervisor for the Child Development Center, met Steve Denyes, singer of a local children’s band called Hullabaloo. Her 5 year old son loved the music and they became “groupies”, attending local concerts frequently, standing … Continue reading

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