Campus Connection - November 6, 2017

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  • Halloween at Cerritos Flooded with Spirits


    This year’s Halloween Office Decorating contest saw a record number of participants with 12 offices joining the fun. Once again, the competition was steep! The ASCC student judges were blown away by the level of creativity and attention to detail that went into the office decorating competition... Link to the full story about Halloween

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  • Open Educational Resource Conference Aims to Increase Student Access and Success


    The Center for Teaching Excellence hosted the Student Success Conference – Open Educational Resources (OER) on Friday, November 3.  The conference brought nearly 100 faculty members from community colleges across the southland together to discuss the possibilities of OER in enhancing student learning.  Keynote Speaker Dr. David Wiley, Chief Academic Officer, Lumen Learning, illustrated the concept of OER, and how OER improves educational access for students and increases student retention and completion.

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  • Cerritos College Student Veterans Honored with Scholarships


    Eleven Cerritos College student veterans were recently presented with received a scholarships at the Norwalk Community Coordinating Council’s Veteran’s Scholarship Dinner. The award recognized their contribution in service as well as and their commitment to education... Link to the full story about veterans scholarships

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  • Annual Veterans Week Events


    College will host a week-long celebration honoring veterans from Monday, November 6 to Thursday, November 9. Thank a Veteran/Open House, Tug of War Challenge, Military Appreciation Day, and the annual Veterans Day Ceremony. Link to the full story about Veterans Week

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  • Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Coming to Cerritos College Theatre

    Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 is a blistering look at the Rodney King riots of a quarter of a century ago. The play attempts to make sense of one of the most complex and darkest chapters in the city's history. Why did the riots happen? What effect did they have on the city that spawned them? Can we stop something like it from happening again... Link to the full story about Twilight

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  • Fall Job Fair Attracts 300 Attendees


    The Career Services/Student Employment Resource Center hosted its annual Fall Job Fair on November 2. More than 40 employers, including local businesses, government agencies, and Fortune 500 companies participated. Recruiters from each organization provided information on job and internship opportunities to nearly 300 attendees during the event... Link to the full story about Job Fair

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  • Professor travels to University of Wyoming as Visiting Scholar


    Lisa Boutin-Vitela, assistant professor in the Department of Art & Design, traveled to the University of Wyoming as a visiting scholar. She helped to lead a seminar discussion about the art patronage of Renaissance women and gave a scholarly talk entitled "Serving the First Lady of the Renaissance: Isabella d'Este's Painted Plates."

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  • Legal Notice Inviting Interested Contractors for the 2018 Informal Bid List


    The Cerritos Community College District (“District”) is inviting all interested licensed contractors to submit their company for inclusion on the District’s Informal Bidding Contractors List for calendar year 2018. View the notice for more information.

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  • International Education Week Coming November 13-17

    The International Education Week will feature a series of lectures, cultural exchange, and performances from November 13-17. View flyer for more information.

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  • Free Coding Workshop for Students!


    Learn the foundations of web development using free online tools

    The Workshops will run on Tuesday nights November 7, 14, 21, 28 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the PC Lab, Business Education Room 120. Registration required!







Stay Informed

Shared Governance Committee Meetings: November 6 - 9

Monday, November 6
1 p.m. - Coordinating Committee (Board Room)

Tuesday, November 7
10 a.m. - DEEOAC (HR Conference Room)
2 p.m. - Developmental Education (LC 62)
3 p.m. - Instructional Program Review (SS 140)

Wednesday, November 8
3 p.m. - Student Equity (LC 62)

Thursday, November 2
1:30 p.m. -Curriculum (Board Room)

*Meeting date may change. Please contact committee chairs to confirm meeting schedule. List of committees
Committee Chairs, please notify us when your meeting schedule changes from your committee webpage.


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