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

Rostrum article deadlines for 2021-22:
January 3, 2022 and February 25, 2022

Editorial Guidelines for Rostrum submissions can be found via the link here.

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Latest Rostrum Articles

Titlesort ascending Published Author
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
Three “Takes” of a Course: Limiting Withdrawals and Repetition to Alleviate Substandard Grades

September 2011

  • Beth Smith
    Vice President
Three Cups of Coffee

February 2008

  • Beth Smith
    Executive Committee member
Thinking Outside the Horse

September 2004

  • Greg Gilbert
Things That Can Go Wrong and How to Prevent Them

February 2006

  • Jane Patton
    Relations with Local Senates Committee Chair
Things Fall Apart: The Centre Can Hold-Reflections on Accreditation and Faculty Leadership

March 2009

  • Richard Mahon
    Executive Committee member
There are New Possibilities to Our Perennial Problems: Let's Get Radical!

September 2006

  • Shaaron Vogel
There and Back Again: Serving on an ACCJC Accreditation Evaluation Team

October 2014

  • Kale Braden
    North Representative
There and Back Again: Moving Toward Content-Review Based Prerequisites

November 2009

  • Richard Mahon
    Chair, Curriculum Committee
The Walls are Shaking: A Case for Anxious Pedagogy in the Present- and Post-COVID Writing Classroom

April 2021

  • Angelo Antonio Jr.
    Santa Monica College
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 Vision for Success and Guided Pathways: Responding to Change

September 2017

  • Julie Bruno
    ASCCC President
The Value of Time: Going on Sabbatical? Try OER

October 2017

  • Randy Beach
    , Educational Policies Committee Chair
The Value of Messiness

December 2003

  • Greg Gilbert
The Value of GE or the Answer to "Why Do I Need to Take This Class?"

September 2012

  • Beth Smith
    Vice President
The Updated ASCCC Rules and How They Apply to Special Elections

April 2020

  • Geoffrey Dyer
    ASCCC Standards and Practices Committee Chair
The UC Transfer Admission Pathways

November 2015

  • Julie Bruno
    Vice President
  • John Freitas
    Curriculum Committee Chair
  • Virginia "Ginni" May
    Transfer, Articulation, and Student Services Committee Chair
The Treasures of Sacramento

June 1999

  • Dennis Smith
The Transformation of Counseling Along Guided Pathways Sidelines

October 2018

  • My-Linh Nguyen
    Cuyamaca College
The Transfer Degree: An Alternate Perspective

April 2010

  • Transfer and Articulation Committee Members (TAC)
The Time-Lines They Are A Changin': The New Disciplines List Review Process

February 2006

  • Gary Holton
    Standards and Practices Committee Chair
The Sun Rises on Equity and Diversity Issues: Looking Ahead to 2009-2010

May 2009

  • Beth Smith
    Chair, Equity and Diversity Action Committee
The Student Success Task Force Recommendations—What’s Next?

November 2013

  • Michelle Pilati
    Immediate Past President
The Student Learning Outcomes (SLO ) Library and Three Faculty Perspectives

March 2009

  • Janet Fulks
    Chair, Curriculum Committee
The Status of Metamajors in CCC: Why Metamajors and What Comes Next

February 2020

  • Nathaniel Donahue
    At-Large Representative
  • Janet Fulks
    ASCCC Guided Pathways Taskforce
  • Virginia "Ginni" May
    ASCCC Treasurer and Guided Pathways Taskforce Chair