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

Titlesort descending Published Author
The Value of GE or the Answer to "Why Do I Need to Take This Class?"

September 2012

  • Beth Smith
    Vice President
The Value of Messiness

December 2003

  • Greg Gilbert
The Value of Time: Going on Sabbatical? Try OER

October 2017

  • Randy Beach
    , Educational Policies Committee Chair
The Vision for Success and Guided Pathways: Responding to Change

September 2017

  • Julie Bruno
    ASCCC 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
There and Back Again: Moving Toward Content-Review Based Prerequisites

November 2009

  • Richard Mahon
    Chair, Curriculum Committee
There and Back Again: Serving on an ACCJC Accreditation Evaluation Team

October 2014

  • Kale Braden
    North Representative
There are New Possibilities to Our Perennial Problems: Let's Get Radical!

September 2006

  • Shaaron Vogel
Things Fall Apart: The Centre Can Hold-Reflections on Accreditation and Faculty Leadership

March 2009

  • Richard Mahon
    Executive Committee member
Things That Can Go Wrong and How to Prevent Them

February 2006

  • Jane Patton
    Relations with Local Senates Committee Chair
Thinking Outside the Horse

September 2004

  • Greg Gilbert
Three Cups of Coffee

February 2008

  • Beth Smith
    Executive Committee member
Three “Takes” of a Course: Limiting Withdrawals and Repetition to Alleviate Substandard Grades

September 2011

  • Beth Smith
    Vice President
Title 5 and Distance Education: Is Separate Course Review Enough?

February 2019

  • Geoffrey Dyer
    ASCCC Area A Representative
  • Cheryl Aschenbach
    ASCCC North Representative
  • Conan McKay
    Mendocino College
To Be MC D Or Not To Be MC D-That Was The Question

May 2009

  • Wheeler North
    Chair, Relations with Local Senates Committee
To Diversify Faculty, Interrupt the Usual and Seize Opportunities

December 2006

  • Gil Puga
    Rio Hondo College, Equity and Diversity Action Committee
  • Stephanie Dumont
    Golden West College, Equity and Diversity Action Committee
To Lick It or Click It: That is the Question

March 2011

  • Wheeler North
    Standards and Practices Committee Chair
  • Julie Adams
    execExecutive Director
To Serve or Not to Serve: Considerations When Running for the ASCCC Executive Committee

April 2020

  • Stephanie Curry
    ASCCC North Representative
  • Carrie Roberson
    ASCCC North Representative
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
To Teach or not to Teach,

March 2007

  • Wheeler North
    Area D Representative
TOP Code Alignment Project and Impacts on Local Coding

October 2017

  • Craig Rutan
    ASCCC Curriculum Committee Chair
Tracking Legislation: The Two Year Process

December 2008

  • Shaaron Vogel
    Legislation and Governmental Relations Liaison
Training New or Potential Faculty: Whose Responsibility Is It?

May 2011

  • David Morse
    Long Beach City College, South Representative
Training Your Replacement

September 2011

  • David Morse
  • Lesley Kawaguchi
    Area C Representative
Transfer Degree Déjà Vu

January 2010

  • Beth Smith
    Executive Committee