Category Archives: Politics

Political Economy Days a great success!

Palomar College celebrated its 17th Political Economy Days (PED) event this fall to packed crowds of students and faculty.  PE Days is a well-known event at Palomar, known for bringing together scholars (local and beyond our borders) to engage students … Continue reading

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Palomar Faculty representing at the State Level

Katie Townsend-Merino, from our Psychology department, has been appointed to several Task Forces by the Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges (ASCCC). She is currently a member of the Organizational Oversight Task Force charged with developing a self-evaluation process … Continue reading

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John Valdez from Multicultural studies, working with the community

Recently, professor Valdez was commissioned to service on Escondido’s historic Independent Commission of redistricting for the city of Escondido.  This process will provide fair and effective representation for all citizens of Escondido.   This is important work, they are lucky to … Continue reading

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