Rostrum

Welcome to the Senate Rostrum! Below is the collection of articles, starting with the most recent.

Rostrum article deadlines for 19-20:
January 6, 2020
March 9, 2020

Click here to go to the list of full issues.

Latest Rostrum Articles

Title Publishedsort ascending Author
An Argument for Expanding Baccalaureate Degree Programs in the California Community Colleges

October 2019

  • Dolores Davison
    ASCCC Vice President
Votes of No-Confidence: An Academic Senate Perspective

October 2019

  • John Stanskas
    ASCCC President
The ASCCC-FACCC Connection: A History of Cooperation and Support

October 2019

  • David Morse
    History of the ASCCC Project Chair
Guided Pathways and Student Engagement: Student Centeredness as Equity in Practice

October 2019

  • Jessica Ayo Alabi
    Guided Pathways Task Force Lead, Orange Coast College
  • Mayra Cruz
    ASCCC Area B Representative, Guided Pathways Task Force
Measuring the Second Minimum Qualification: Considerations for Exceeding Mere Compliance

October 2019

  • Geoffrey Dyer
    Area A Representative, Standards and Practices Committee Chair
  • Michelle Bean
    Area C Representative
Convergence of Diversity and Equity: Guiding Framework for the Hiring Processes

October 2019

  • Luke Lara
    ASCCC Faculty Leadership Development Committee Member, MiraCosta College
The Role of Counseling Faculty in a Guided Pathways Redesign

October 2019

  • Jeffrey Hernandez
    ASCCC Guided Pathways Task Force Lead, East Los Angeles College
  • Ty Simpson
    ASCCC Guided Pathways Task Force Lead, San Bernardino Valley College
Introducing the CTE Minimum Qualifications Toolkit

October 2019

  • Carrie Roberson
    ASCCC North Representative
  • Cheryl Aschenbach
    ASCCC Secretary
An Oasis of Support: DACA, AB 540, and Undocumented Students

October 2019

  • Leigh Anne Shaw
    Equity and Diversity Action Committee, Skyline College
Guided Pathways and Governance: Avoiding the Fate of Sisyphus

October 2019

  • Virginia "Ginni" May
    ASCCC Treasurer, Guided Pathways Task Force Chair
  • Eric Thompson
    Santa Rosa Junior College, Guided Pathways Task Force
Data 101: Guiding Principles —10 Years Later

October 2019

  • Julie Bruno
    Educational Policies Committee, Sierra College
  • Stephanie Curry
    ASCCC North Representative, Educational Policies Committee
Subtle Support for Undocumented Students in the Classroom

October 2019

  • Juan Buriel
    Equity and Diversity Action Committee Member, College of the Canyons
Curriculum and Legislative Processes

July 2019

  • Dolores Davison
    ASCCC Vice President and Legislative and Advocacy Committee Chair
Placement of Dual Enrolled High School Students Under AB 705

July 2019

  • Craig Rutan
    Santiago Canyon College
The Brown Act and Your Curriculum Committee

July 2019

  • Geoffrey Dyer
    ASCCC Area A Representative
  • Michelle Bean
    ASCCC Area C Representative
Debunking Myths Around AB 705

July 2019

  • Virginia "Ginni" May
    ASCCC Treasurer and 2018-19 ASCCC Curriculum Chair
A Historical and Historic Success for the ASCCC: The 2007 Raising of the English and Math Requirements

July 2019

  • David Morse
    History of the ASCCC Project Chair
A Legacy of Honesty and Integrity

July 2019

  • Marie Boyd
    Recently Retired Curriculum Chair, Chaffey College
Education Changes Things

July 2019

  • Janet Fulks
    Bakersfield College
Developing Metamajors: Important Dialogue, Significant Process Evaluation, and Iterative Work

July 2019

  • Jeff Burdick
    Clovis College
  • Julie Bruno
    Sierra College
  • Janet Fulks
    Bakersfield College
  • Carrie Roberson
    Butte College
Senate’s First Annual Curriculum Institute

July 2019

  • Beverly Shue
    Curriculum Committee Chair
An Equity Centered Syllabus Journey

July 2019

  • Mayra Cruz
    ASCCC Area B Representative
Meet the 2019 Hayward Award Recipients

April 2019

  • Rebecca Eikey
    Area C Representative and ASCCC Standards and Practices Chair
  • Krystinne Mica
    ASCCC Executive Director
To Sign or Not to Sign? That is the Question of Every Academic Senate President

April 2019

  • Dolores Davison
    ASCCC Vice President
  • Virginia "Ginni" May
    ASCCC Treasurer
The 4th Pillar: Guiding Questions to Focus and Define Faculty Involvement

April 2019

  • Christy Karau-Magnani
    ASCCC Educational Policies Committee member

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