All final grades must be submitted on WEB4 by no later than 11:00 PM, May 31st. Hard copies of final grade sheets are no longer available.
Etc. Magazine from the CCSF journalism department came in second place in national competition sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. National competition in the Best Student Magazine category pitted Etc. Magazine against major four-year universities. They included Syracuse University, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Miami, Ohio University, Southern Illinois University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Drake University, Colorado Mesa University, University of Montana, University of Mississippi. At the Region 11 level we bested Humboldt State University and Southwestern College.
What an accomplishment for our two-year students and what a big feather in our journalistic cap. CCSF journalism at its BEST! Congratulations to adviser Tom Graham and his staff.
Photo source: http://etc-magazine.com/awards
Effective July 1, 2013, Dr. Fabienne (Faye) McPhail Naples will serve as City College’s Vice Chancellor of Student Development. Interim Vice Chancellor Dr. Ed Shenk will continue his service until June 30th and will assist orienting Dr. Naples to CCSF beginning in May. Dr. Naples will also participate in the hiring committees for the various upcoming student services positions. As you can see from her biography below, Dr. Naples has a strong record of serving students in administrative positions. We look forward to her joining the CCSF team!
Dr. Fabienne McPhail Naples, formerly the Vice President for Student Success and the Accreditation Liaison Officer at Golden West College, in the Coast Community College District, has held leadership positions in Student Services for more than 16 years. She recently served as the Associate Vice President of Student Success Services at the University of Nevada, Reno. In 2012-2013, Dr. Naples received a visiting scholar appointment at Stanford University as a Human Rights educator in the Stanford Human Rights Education Initiative program.
Dr. Naples has acquired a unique blend of academic instruction and student service leadership through her various roles over her career, including Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Relations with Schools and Special Assistant to the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs at UCLA; Dean of Student Learning in Social Sciences at Moorpark College; Project Manager, Community Services Learning Program at Santa Monica College; Assistant Dean of Students and Director of the Women’s Center at Stanford University; and Graduate Residence Dean at Stanford University. “My life has been dedicated to students first as a college administrator,” she states.
At University of Nevada, Reno she had the leading role in an effort involving more than 30 faculty and 2,000 students to provide supplemental instruction that resulted in a positive, measurable impact by improving both retention and success rates for underprepared students. At Santa Monica, she created the Service Learning Project linking students with more than 100 community-based agencies. At Moorpark College, she was Dean of Student Learning, where she worked in an integrated administrative student learning model that blended student services and instruction – her particular assignment included Student Counseling services and Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Dr. Naples states, “I have a strong commitment to helping others accomplish their goals by using the guiding principles of participatory governance, encouraging team building and creating cross-functional teams for student development. I welcome the opportunity to work together as a community with CCSF students, staff and faculty in this most challenging time of change.”
Dr. Naples earned her doctorate from UCLA in Educational Leadership, her master’s degree in History and Literature from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in Journalism and Public Relations.
Dr. Fabienne (Faye) McPhail Naples will serve as City College’s Vice Chancellor of Student Development effective July 1, 2013
the Study of Community Colleges Conference
Jill Heffron, City College of San Francisco Study Abroad Programs Coordinator, was invited by Michael Roggow from Bronx Community College to speak at the 55th Annual Council for the Study of Community Colleges conference, which took place on April 18, 2013 at the San Francisco Hilton. The subject of the pre-conference session was "Advancing International Education: Fueling Global Discourse". The focus of Ms. Heffron's presentation was the CCSF Study Abroad Program over the last twenty years, with anecdotal evidence on student composition, reasons for studying abroad, trends in the field and the benefits of overseas studies.
The Office of Professional Development is seeking innovative professionals who are interested in volunteering to present a Flex Day workshop on TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2013. We are committed to providing a quality program to develop and enhance faculty and staff skills in an educational environment, bring strategies and instructional improvement in the classroom, as well as promote professional and individual health and growth.
For those who have presented important and exciting workshops in the past, we would like thank and re-invite you to present yet another successful workshop. Your contributions have been more than valuable to the college community, and we greatly appreciate your support!
Here is the link to our website: www.ccsf.edu/staffdev .
The last day to submit a workshop proposal is FRIDAY, June 7, 2013.
You may return this form via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you may send to:
Office of Professional Development
33 Gough Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
FAX: (415) 241-2347
As a reminder, Faculty Flex Day Workshop Presenters offering workshops for all attendees can earn double the Flex Credit for every hour they present.
Medical Assisting Program Receives Great News
Terrance Hall reports that the Medical Assisting Program has been reviewed by the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB), and, based upon the data submitted, the board has determined that City College's program is meeting all Outcome Thresholds (the Exam threshold not being counted at this time)!
Once again, City College's excellence is recognized and validated.
Congratulations to everyone in involved!
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Schooled in Chinatown: City College of San Francisco unveiled its shiny new cooking school and culinary lab at the college's recently opened Chinatown campus.
At last week's event, department chair Tannis Reinhertz showed off the school's expansive kitchen, which will be used for credited and non-credited classes. She later charmed the audience onstage, where she was joined by state Sen. Mark Leno and District Five Supervisor London Breed, both of whom stressed the importance of training the next generation of cooks necessary for one of the state's largest industries.