Category Archives: Educational Program

Tarde de Familia Spring 2014!

On May 2nd, I had the pleasure of attending the Tarde de Familia event. To be fair, I am very biased in that I was also on the planning group for the event (we refer to ourselves as Tarde de … Continue reading

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Honoring Civil Rights

The Multicultural Studies (MCS) Department hosted a Civil Rights festival this week in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights act.  John Valdez and his Chicano Studies students assembled a great crowd to celebrate civil rights and to … Continue reading

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Another successful Political Economy Days !

The Economics, History & Political Science (EHPS) department sponsored another very successful Political Economy Lecture series this past week.  With full houses and exciting topics including Anarchism, the Financial Crisis, Washington Irving, Threats to Public Education, Women & HIV, the … Continue reading

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SBS Participation in Classified Development Day

Sylvie Tarnovsky and Nicole Knotts from the Child Development Center did a “Hands-on Learning for Your Little Ones” workshop on classified development day. The presentation provided an orientation to the center, information about communication/language/literacy, early math, science/sensory/art and the philosophy … Continue reading

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“Dr. Loco” reaches out to the Community

While it is hard to keep up on the community events that Dr Rudy Jacobo is involved in, I had the privilege of reading his mail.  That’s right, you heard me, I am reading it as we speak.  Well, OK … Continue reading

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Netta Schroer delivers Keynote to SOCCCD Research Conference

On November 16th, 2013 Dr. Netta Schroer from our Psychology department was the keynote speaker at the South Orange County Community College District‘s Second Annual Student Research Conference.  Her keynote “Applying psychology to law: Examining the psychology  of police interrogations … Continue reading

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Shadows and Light: Women’s stories of living with HIV

Our very own Kathy Grove will be presenting “Shadows and Light: Women’s stories of living with HIV” at “A Woman’s Voice 2014” conference on Saturday March 8th at the SD Hilton Bayfront. This workshop will present photographs taken by women … Continue reading

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