For more information about Interdisciplinary Studies, please contact:

Lauren Muller, IDST Dept. Chair
lmuller@ccsf.edu
(415) 452-5343

Lorraine Leber, Design Collaborative Coordinator
lleber@ccsf.edu
(415) 239-3037

Lawrence Klein, Dean of Behavioral & Social Sciences
lklein@ccsf.edu

Janey Skinner, Trauma Prevention & Recovery Coordinator
jeskinne@ccsf.edu
(415) 452-5276

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Our mailing address is:
50 Phelan Avenue, Mailbox A39
San Francisco, CA 94112

Our office is located at:
Batmale Hall, Room 338

Tel: 415-452-5343
Web: www.ccsf.edu/idst

Welcome! IDST Department Website.
Welcome to the official web site for the Interdisciplinary Studies Department of City College of San Francisco!  Our courses, certificates, and programs foster innovation, diversity, and collaboration.  Use this site to contact faculty; find a course, program, or certificate; and/or check up on recent news and announcements.  We are always looking for feedback and ways to improve - the site, as well as our courses.  Let us hear from you.
DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
Classes Still Available Fall 2009

A Series of Saturday Classes at City College of San Francisco

Satisfying Graduation Requirements (Areas D1 & H2).

Just show up the day of the class and you will be able to register then and there.

IDST 80D Diversity: Heterosexism 0.5 units crn 76075 691
SATURDAY 10:00-06:00PM 10/03-10/03 CLOU 219
IDST 80E Diversity: Ableism 0.5 units crn 76076 691
SATURDAY 09:00-05:00PM 10/24-10/24 CLOU 219
IDST 80G Diversity: Transphobia 0.5 units crn76865 651
SATURDAY 09:00-05:00PM 11/07-11/07 1125 Valencia St. 370
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Congratulations Professor Palaita
IDST instructor, Dr. David Palaita received Congressional Certificate of Recognition this summer. (Please see attached). Also known as Vika, Professor Palaita teaches IDST 45: Pacific Islanders in the U.S. with the APASS program, IDST 37: Ethnic and Racial Groups in the U.S. with the African American Scholastic Program, and IDST 50: College Success, with the Gateway to College program. He was the featured speaker at the UCB Berkeley Ethnic Studies department graduation last spring, where he was awarded a Ph.D
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