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Latest Rostrum Articles

Titlesort ascending Published Author
“You Want Me to Drive WHERE?” A Look at the Representative Areas of the ASCCC

February 2015

  • Kale Braden
    Relations with Local Senates Chair
“The Right Leader at the Right Time”: A Tribute to Chancellor Brice Harris

March 2016

  • David Morse
    ASCCC President
“State of the Heart”: Jonnah Laroche, the First Faculty Member on the Board of Governors

April 2020

  • David Morse
    History of the ASCCC Project Chair
“Canned” Courses and Faculty Responsibilities

October 2016

  • Dolores Davison
    Curriculum Chair
“AND THE WINNER IS….”: The ASCCC Spring 2015 Elections

May 2015

  • Dan Crump
    Elections Chair
“All Senates is Local”

January 2010

  • Dan Crump
    Relations with Local Senates Committee Chair
“Academic Excellence?”

September 1997

  • Linda Collins
    Executive Committee
Your College Has Completed Its Student Equity PlanNow What?

November 2005

  • Lesley Kawaguchi
    Equity and Diversity Action Committee Chair
Working Together, Better For All: ASCCC And CCLC Collaboration

May 2015

  • David Morse
    ASCCC President
  • Thuy Thi Nguyen
    Interim President and CEO, Community College League of California
Workforce Task Force Recommendations: Minimum Qualifications and Faculty Preparation

March 2016

  • John Stanskas
    ASCCC Secretary, Standards and Practices Chair, and CCCAOE Representative
Win, Lose, or Draw: Hiring Administrators

May 2007

  • Michelle Pilati
    Relations with Local Senates Committee Chair
Why WGU is a Bad Idea for California

April 2012

  • Dolores Davison
    Distance Education Task Force member
Why We, the Faculty, Need to Own and Embrace Student Learning Outcomes: A Cautionary History and Political Lesson

December 2008

  • Lesley Kawaguchi
    Chair, Accreditation and SLO Committee
Why We Still Need the Common Assessment

April 2017

  • Dolores Davison
    Secretary, ASCCC Curriculum Chair
  • Craig Rutan
    Area D Representative, CAI Advisory Committee Co-Chair
Why We Resist the Business Model

March 2011

  • David Morse
    South Representative
Why We Pursue Diversity

February 2006

  • Lesley Kawaguchi
    Equity and Diversity Action Committee Chair
Why the Master Plan Matters

April 2001

  • Hoke Simpson
    Vice President
Why Should We Care About Categoricals?

November 2009

  • Counseling & Library Faculty Issues Committee and the Transfer & Articulation Committee
Why Legislative Advocacy Matters

February 2019

  • Wendy Brill-Wynkoop
    FACCC Legislative and Advocacy Committee Chair
  • Dolores Davison
    ASCCC Vice President and ASCCC Legislative and Advocacy Committee Chair
Why Full-time Faculty Matter

February 2006

  • Michelle Pilati
    Curriculum Committee Chair
Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad MOOC?

December 2012

  • Dolores Davison
    Distance Education Ad Hoc Group
Who's Driving Your Curriculum?

February 2007

  • Michelle Pilati
    North Representative
Who We Are: Demographic Survey of ASCCC Committee Members

December 2012

  • Katie Townsend-Merino
    Standards, Equity, Access and Practices Committee
  • Phil Smith
    Past Equity and Diversity Committee Chair
Who Gets to Teach That Course? The Importance of Assigning Courses to Disciplines

September 2016

  • John Freitas
    ASCCC Standards and Practices Committee Chair
Who Gets to Play: Elections and the Executive Committee

May 2009

  • Phillip Maynard
    Elections Committee Chair
  • Cathy Cox
    Executive Committee Member