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Chaparral 2019-2020: 28.3 Milestones

MILESTONES of Glendale College community

Remy Ashe

Remy Ashe (Speech Communications) has recently in November 2019 was awarded an Instructor Appreciation Award for going "Over and Above", nominated by the students of Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) at Los Angeles Valley College. Remy also presented a corporate seminar on Successful Groups and Leadership at Thales Alenia Space in Turin Italy in October 2019.

Bill Sparks

Bill Sparks (Child Development) was able to summarize his 50 years of work in the classroom and community in Anti-Bias education by giving a lecture on Diversity Education in Our Schools: The Teacher’s Role in Increasing Children’s Awareness, Appreciation and Inclusion of Diverse Beliefs and Cultures. He was honored to be selected for this opportunity.

Michelle Stonis

Michelle Stonis (History) contributed to the two-volume book A Day in the Life of an American Worker: 200 Trades and Professions through History, which will be published December 2019. Her entry on missionaries, including original research on nineteenth-century American missionaries in Hawai'i, situates these workers within the larger history of work in the United States. Additionally, Michelle recently guest reviewed a manuscript for the scholarly journal Western Historical Quarterly.

 

Geri Ulrey

Come to Antioch University Los Angeles' free Literary Uprising reading series and hear Antioch Faculty and students share their latest work! (Readers include: BA AULA student, Student from Jim Krusoe's Advanced Fiction class at SMC, student from UCLA ext. Writer's Program, MFA AULA alum and an AULA Faculty reader.)

Geri Ulrey (Media Arts) will be reading an excerpt from her novel as part of Antioch's Literary Uprisings Reading Series.

This is a FREE public reading on Tuesday, February 11th – 6pm reception, 6:30pm readings. There will be wine and soft drinks, delicious appetizers, words, conversation, community, and books for sale! Free Parking passes.

 

Room A1000, Antioch University Los Angeles,
400 Corporate Pointe, Culver City, CA 90230,
310 578 1080

Sponsored by the BA Program and Two Hawks Quarterly Literary Journal.
Directions:https://www.antioch.edu/los-angeles/resources/our-campus-and-offices/location-and-hours/

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