Juan Gonzales

Photo of Juan Gonzales Department Journalism Department 
 Office Bungalow 615
 Phone (415) 239-3447
 Mailbox V67
 E-Mail jagonzal@ccsf.edu
 Fall 2014 
 Office Hours
 
Fall 2014 Teaching Schedule
JOUR 21 News Writing and Reporting 3.0
PREREQ.: ENGL 93 or 94 or placement in ENGL 96
76162 001 Lec M W F 10:10-11:00AM BNGL A709 Deadlines Final Book JOUR 26 Fundamentals of Public Rel 3.0
PREREQ.: VMD 105. ADVISE: JOUR 24.
74606 551 Lec T R 02:00-03:30PM 1125 Valencia St. A217 Deadlines Final Book JOUR 29 Magazine Editing & Production 3.0
PREREQ.: JOUR 21 or 22
75930 551 L/L HOURS ARR  Deadlines Final Book T 06:30-08:20PM 1125 Valencia St. A217
JOUR 29-551 has 3 hours lab by arrangement.
JOUR 31 Internship Experience 2.0
PREREQ.: JOUR 24 Repeat: Maximum credit: 4 units
72312 001 Exp HOURS ARR  Deadlines Book JOUR 36 Advanced Reporting 3.0
PREREQ.: JOUR 21
75932 551 Lec M 06:30-09:20PM 1125 Valencia St. A217 Deadlines Final Book

A.A. in journalism, San Joaquin Delta College; B.A., San Francisco State University; M.A., Stanford University

With a career in journalism that dates back to 1970, Gonzales is currently a publisher and an instructor.

Founder/Editor of El Tecolote, a monthly, bilingual newspaper published since 1970 in San Francisco's Mission District, he has continued his goal to provide relevant coverage on the real issues that affect the neighborhood. Through El Tecolote, Gonzales has attempted to highlight the popular culture that exists in the Latino community, which often time is neglected by the local dailies.

In 2000, El Tecolote celebrated its 30th anniversary. For those years of service Gonzales was honored by the Society of Professional Journalists with its "Distinguished Service Award." Similarly, he was received a "Heroes of Excellence" award by KGO-TV.

Currently, Gonzales is also President of Accion Latina, a non-profit Mission District organization that provides educational and cultural services to Latinos. Through his association with Accion Latina, he founded in 1980 Encuentro del Canto Popular, a yearly Latin American folk music festival held in the Mission District.

Gonzales is the sole full-time instructor in the Department of Journalism where he teaches five classes per semester and serves as adviser to the campus newspaper, The Guardsman , and the campus magazine, etc . At one time, Gonzales served as Department Chair of journalism for 10 years. He is a member of the Journalism Association of Community Colleges, the San Francisco Newspaper Association, the Community Press Consortium, and the New California Media Association.

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