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Campus Connection - April 2, 2018

WPMD students at the award ceremony

WPMD Named America’s Best Community College Radio Station

Cerritos College's WPMD radio station was named America’s Best Student Public Affairs Program by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS)’s 78th Annual International Conference in New York. WPMD is a student-operated radio station at Cerritos College that provides content and programming for students, faculty, staff... Link to the full story about WPMD

Forensics team

Students Win International Forensic Awards

The Cerritos College Forensics Team competed at the International Forensic Association Tournament in Montreal, Canada in March. The team travelled through snowy conditions to compete with students from schools across North America... Link to the full story about Forensics

2017 Fall Job Fair booth

Job Fair Coming to Campus on April 5

Cerritos College will host a free job fair on Thursday, April 5. Job seekers will have an opportunity to speak with more than 40 employers at the College's semi-annual job fair. The event will be held in the College’s Library/Falcon Square sidewalk, 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Attendees can explore current job opportunities... Link to the full story about Job Fair

Community Resource Fair booth

Community Resource Fair a Success

The tenth annual Community Resource Fair saw hundreds of participants on March 28. Attendees explored and learned about resources in the community such as child care, health care, services for the disabled, shelters, social services, treatment programs, and many more. Representatives from local social service and community resource agencies provided information and answered questions about the services they offer.

Business Education

Free Income Tax Assistance Event by Student Volunteers on April 7

The Cerritos College Accounting Department and Accounting Club are pleased to offer free income tax assistance on April 7. Sponsored by the Internal Revenue Services (IRS), the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) provides free tax help to people who generally make $54,000 or less... Link to the full story about VITA

Julie Trager and Lisa Boutin-Vitela at the conference

Art History Faculty Presents at Integrity Conference

Art history instructors Julie Trager and Lisa Boutin-Vitela presented their award-winning "Let's Write and Turn It On" project at the International Center for Academic Integrity conference. Their presentation titled, Writing with Integrity: A Campus-Wide Initiative, outlined their steps to develop a successful campaign to encourage original writing across academic disciplines. Learn more about the “Let's Write and Turn It On” initiative.

ELEMENTAL PRINCIPALS Christy Roberts Berkowitz

Window Dressing: ELEMENTAL PRINCIPALS by Christy Roberts Berkowitz

Monday, April 2 - Friday, April 6 
Artist's Reception: Monday, April 2, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Inspired by the intersection of didactic stained glass windows and the foundations of design education, Christy Roberts Berkowitz’s installation, Elemental Principles, uses the elements and principles of design to ask questions about the nature of community. 

Phyllis Jackson and Norma Mtume speaking

Global Consortium Hosts Phyllis J. Jackson and Norma Mtume

The Global Consortium for Sustainable Peace hosted activists Phyllis J. Jackson and Norma Mtume on March 28. The panel examined the Black Panther Party’s original (1966) and revised (1972)10-point statements and the party’s transformation. Founded and directed by Dr. John Haas, assistant professor of history, the Global Consortium aims to bridge cultural gaps in the world and promote peace.

Dr. April Mayes

Women's History Month Features Keynote Speaker Dr. April Mayes

Women's History Month hosted Keynote Speaker Dr. April Mayes, history professor, Pomona College. Dr. Mayes explored various forms of intersectional discrimination in the Dominican Republic, its immigration and citizenship policies, and its relationship with Haiti. For more Women's History Month events, view booklet


Stay Informed

Shared Governance Committee Meetings: April 2 - 6

Tuesday, April 3
3 p.m. - Instructional Program Review (SS 140)

Thursday, April 5
11 a.m. - Technology Based Learning (CTX Conf. Room)
2 p.m. - Planning and Budget (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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