Tag Archives: Palomar College

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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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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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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Psychology Department Poster Session- a great success!

This week I had the privilege to attend the Palomar College Psychology Department’s Poster Board session.  And it was VERY impressive!  The hallway of the 2nd floor of the MD building was packed with students, faculty and staff engaged in … Continue reading

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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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2013 California Indian Day Celebration: A great success!

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending Palomar College’s California Indian day celebration sponsored by the American Indian Studies Department (AIS).  The event was held in a lecture hall to a standing room only crowd.  Calvin One Deer, a colleague … Continue reading

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Integrating service learning at Palomar College

In partnership with California Campus Compact, the Service Learning Program  at Palomar College designed a one day workshop to educate faculty about innovative ways to design and incorporate service learning in their classes. 11 faculty from Palomar joined and according … Continue reading

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