Campus Connection - February 22, 2016

  • Chinese lion dance
  • College and Community Celebrate a Festive Lunar New Year

    Cerritos College welcomed the Year of the Monkey with a festive Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration on February 17. The event opened with a dazzling traditional Chinese lion dance that featured dancers in a large red lion and two golden cubs that danced through the room to traditional Chinese drum beats... Link to the full story about Lunar New Year
     
  • Miodrag Micic at conference
  • Engineering Design Technology Instructor Miodrag Micic Presents at the World largest CAD conference

    Instructor Miodrag Micic, Sc.D.,Ph.D.,M.T.M.,CSWP, chair of the Engineering Design Technology Department, presented a new method of teaching aerodynamics and fluid mechanics at the SolidWorks World 2016 conference in Dallas, TX. This was the third year in a row that Micic has presented on new concepts in teaching engineering science and technology at this leading CAD event.
  • Women transforming communities through engagement
  • Women's History Celebration

    Starting this month through May, the College will host an expanded Women's History Celebration with several events exploring this year's theme Women Transforming Communities through Engagement. Events will include a piano concert, lectures, panel discussions, student club activities, and film screenings... Link to the full story about Women's History Celebration
     
  • Students reading textbook
  • Innovative Literacy Tool Enhances Student Reading

    For students who face challenges with literacy, the College’s Premier Literacy Suite is an innovative reading assistance program that supports student learning. Whether using the program on or off campus, the system uses a text to voice platform that is able to read text to the user in their choice of voice and speed... Link to the full story about Premier
  • Education panel
  • Career and Job Panel Inspires Students

    Professionals and entrepreneurs representing fashion, politics, education, non-profit, and social media fields discussed their experiences and provided advice and suggestions to students who wish to seek a career. The Black History Month celebration continues throughout the month. Join the celebration. View flyerPDF document

  • Dr. Jose Fierro, Erica McLennan, her family, and Dr. Shin Liu
  • Erica McLennan, Administrative Clerk II, Named Employee of the Month of January 2016

    The Outstanding Classified Employee Selection Committee named Erica McLennan as the recipient of the Outstanding Classified/Confidential Employee of the Month Award for January 2016. Erica began her career at Cerritos College working as a temporary employee with Talon Marks. In 2011, she was hired as... Link to the full story about Erica

  

 

Stay Informed

Shared Governance Committee Meetings: February 22-25

Monday, February 22
1 p.m. - Coordinating Committee (Board Room)
3 p.m. - Student Learning Outcomes (BE 118)

Tuesday, February 23
10 a.m. - Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee (Human Resources Conference Room)

Wednesday, February 24
3 p.m. - Enrollment Management (LC 62)

Thursday, February 25
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 usemail link when your meeting schedule changes from your committee webpage.

 

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