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

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Latest Rostrum Articles

Titlesort descending Published Author
Pay Now or Pay Later: The Future of California

March 2011

  • Raymond Hicks
    ESL faculty and senate president elect at Santa Ana College
Pedagogical-and Other-Approaches toAuthenticate Student Identity

December 2008

  • Michelle Pilati
    Member, Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC)
Pedagogy of Love: Organic Praxis in Teaching and Learning

March 2009

  • Elva Salinas
    Professional Development Coordinator, San Diego City College
Perceptions of Campus Climate and Engagement for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community College Students

September 2012

  • Crystal Kiekel
    Director, Center for Academic Success, Los Angeles Pierce College
Performance Based Funding: Not A Partnership

April 1998

  • Linda Collins
Perspectives on 1143 and 1440

November 2011

  • Michelle Pilati
Perspectives on Regionalization and Enrollment Management

December 2012

  • Michelle Pilati
Perspectives on Student Success

September 2011

  • Michelle Pilati
Placement of Dual Enrolled High School Students Under AB 705

July 2019

  • Craig Rutan
    Santiago Canyon College
Planning and Budget: The Wisdom of Title 5

October 1999

  • Hoke Simpson
    Vice President
Planning for the ASCCC Plenary Session: Fortune Favors the Prepared

April 2017

  • Randy Beach
    Resolutions Chair
Playing Nice: Academic Senates in Multi-College Districts

May 2007

  • Richard Mahon
    Member, Relations with Local Senates and Executive Committee
Plus and Minus Grading Debate at San Diego Mesa

October 1998

  • Jim Wales
    Academic Senate President, San Diego Mesa College
Policy Issues Regarding Alternative Developmental-to-Transfer-level Mathematics Pathways

December 2012

  • Beth Smith
    Vice President
  • Phil Smith
    At-Large Representative
Political Mobilization

April 2003

  • Ian Walton
Possible Changes And Potential Challenges: The Recommendations Of The Chancellor’s Office Professsional Development Committee

April 2013

  • Dianna Chiabotti
    North Representative
  • David Morse
Power and Paranoia: Effective Senates are Victors, not Victims

April 2003

  • Hoke Simpson
Power in the Collective: Faculty, Collegial Consultation, and Collaboration

April 2017

  • Julie Bruno
Practical Leadership: Connecting Local Senates with Plenaries and Institutes

March 2014

  • Phil Smith
    ASCCC Executive Committee, North Representative
  • Timothy Pawlak
    San Diego Continuing Education
Practical Leadership: Turbocharging Meetings Through Advance Preparation

April 2013

  • Phil Smith
    Executive Committee At-Large Representative
Predicting, Planning, and Compensating: Weathering the Changing Climate in California's

May 2008

  • Michelle Pilati
    Chair, Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee
Preliminary Results from the Survey of Community College Honor Programs: Student Equity Implications

May 2007

  • Lesley Kawaguchi
    Chair, Equity and Diversity Action Committee
Preparing Faculty to Teach Online

February 2015

  • John Freitas
    Area C Representative, Online Education Committee Chair
  • Christina Gold
    El Camino College, Online Education Committee
Prerequisites: What Next?

May 2011

  • Richard Mahon
    Chair, Prerequisite Task Force
Preserving Higher Education: Vigilance is Essential

September 2007

  • Janet Fulks
    Accreditation and Student Learning Outcome Ad Hoc Committee