Rostrum

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

Rostrum article deadlines for 2020-21:
September 25, 2020
January 4, 2021
March 8, 2021

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Latest Rostrum Articles

Title Publishedsort ascending Author
Where, Oh Where, Does the Curriculum Go?

May 2006

  • Michelle Pilati
    Chair
A Snapshot of Noncredit in the California Community Colleges

May 2006

  • Mark Wade Lieu
"Shouldn't Prerequisites be an Academic and Professional Matter?"

May 2006

  • Lynn Welch
60 Percent? 80 Percent?Your Academic Senate and Healthy Dissent

May 2006

  • Gary Holton
    Representative at Large
Compressed Calendar SurveyAre We Glad We're There?

May 2006

  • Jane Patton
    Chair
We Must Be as ONE

May 2006

  • Greg Gilbert
And the Red Rocket's Glare

May 2006

  • Wheeler North
    Area D Representative
Blackboard Down! A Retrospective Look at Crashing

May 2006

  • Pat James Hanz
    Chair
It's baaack...75:25 and the Governator Effect

May 2006

  • Ian Walton
    President
The Vocational Faculty Leadership Institute - "Visionary Leaders Plan for Whom They Will Lead and by Whom They Will be Led"

April 2006

  • Wheeler North
    Occupational Education Committee Chair
The Power of Connection

April 2006

  • Renee Reyes Tuller
    Occupational Education Committee Member
Distance Education: If Done Right, Is It Right for You?

April 2006

  • Pat James Hanz
    Chair
First Conference

April 2006

  • Frank Tebeau
How Important is an Advisory Committee to your Vocational Program Success?

April 2006

  • John Frala
We Can, We Should-It's Right, It's Our Job

April 2006

  • Ian Walton
    President
Statewide Career Pathways: Creating School to College Articulation (SB 70)

April 2006

  • Jane Patton
The College Catalog: An Academic and Professional Matter

April 2006

  • Angela Caballero de Cordero
    Curriculum Committee Member
The Academic Senate Discusses the 80% Proposal

April 2006

  • Mark Wade Lieu
    Vice-President
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: Getting Ahead of the Enrollment Chase in Distance Education

February 2006

  • Pat James Hanz
    Chair
War, Health Care, and Drug Policies: Are These Issues That Academic Senates Should Weigh In On?

February 2006

  • Leon Marzillier
Been There, Done That

February 2006

  • Paul Starer
    Chair
From the Ashes of CAN Rises C-ID

February 2006

  • Mark Wade Lieu
    Vice President
Never a Dull Moment in Sacramento

February 2006

  • Dan Crump
    Chair
The Fork in the Road

February 2006

  • Shaaron Vogel
    Chair
Why We Pursue Diversity

February 2006

  • Lesley Kawaguchi
    Equity and Diversity Action Committee Chair

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