Teacher Pathway Program Hosts Teaching Matters Conference

The Fullerton College Teacher Pathway Program hosted the fourth annual Teaching Matters Conference on Saturday, Feb. 29. Approximately 40 students from Fullerton Joint Union, Anaheim and Placentia-Yorba Linda High School Districts were in attendance. The conference provided students with an opportunity to connect with Child Development faculty and learn about working with young children. High school students explored lesson planning...

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Mindful March Offerings Promote Awareness, Reflection, Self-Compassion
Feb28

Mindful March Offerings Promote Awareness, Reflection, Self-Compassion

Fullerton College’s Mindful Growth Initiative will offer a series of workshops and sessions throughout the month of March that promote mindful awareness, reflection, and self-compassion. The activities are open to all students, faculty, and staff. Mindful March activities include: Mindful Mondays – Offered every Monday at 12 p.m., these sessions provide 30 minutes of meditation and relaxation. See the flyer for dates and locations....

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Shusenjo Film Screening Confronts Controversial Issue of Comfort Women in Japan
Feb20

Shusenjo Film Screening Confronts Controversial Issue of Comfort Women in Japan

The “comfort women” issue is perhaps Japan’s most contentious present-day diplomatic quandary. Inside Japan, the issue is dividing the country across clear ideological lines. In Shusenjo: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue, director Miki Dezaki delves deep into the most contentious debates and uncovers the hidden intentions of the supporters and detractors of comfort women who are caught in a relentless battle over...

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College and Beyond Workshop Series
Feb18

College and Beyond Workshop Series

This five-series workshop will provide students an opportunity to reflect on individual goals, involvement in college, aspirations, and career desires. This program is a unique opportunity to positively influence students in all areas of their personal, professional, and academic development. The first of these workshops is on Wednesday, March 4 at 2 p.m. in Building 300, Room 324. For more information, please contact Professor Kathy...

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Darwin Day Lecture: Feb. 18
Feb13

Darwin Day Lecture: Feb. 18

In celebration of Darwin Day, Anthropology Professor Karen Markley will host a special lecture to highlight Darwin’s contributions to science, including evolutionary theory and the significance of natural selection today. The lecture is scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 3 – 3:30 p.m. in Room 1413.

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Fullerton College Spring 2020 Convocation Focuses on Race and Equity
Feb03

Fullerton College Spring 2020 Convocation Focuses on Race and Equity

Faculty and staff gathered for the Spring 2020 Convocation on Jan. 27 to focus on race and equity with guest speaker Dr. Shaun Harper of the USC Race and Equity Center. Harper gave a powerful presentation on college and university climate assessments surrounding race and equity, and provided recommendations for how Fullerton College can engage in racial equity work. The event also included a welcome and campus update from President...

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