Category Archives: Student Success

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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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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Palomar Librarian assists in assessment of Student Success!

April Cunningham, Palomar’s Instruction/Information Literacy Librarian, is a curriculum developer/facilitator for Assessment in Action (AiA), a program sponsored by the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) and funded by a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services. … 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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