May 30, 2023
Today we are featuring Part Two of Inspired Teaching Day Spring 2023, a segment taken from the second workshop created and led by Laura Rendon, this time focusing on Laura’s methodology called Sentipensante Pedagogy or Sensing & Thinking Pedagogy and how to apply Sentipensante to address equity, justice and inclusion....
May 16, 2023
If you missed Inspired Teaching Day this Spring 2023 or are ready for a recap, this episode features an abridged version of Part One of Dr. Laura Rendon’s workshop called Fostering Academic Success for First-Generation & Racially Minoritized Students. Enjoy.
Dr. Laura Rendon, Keynote Speaker
May 2, 2023
Lisa Amos, Professor of Family Consumer Sciences and Faculty Coordinator of the Money Management Center joins us once again to share some updates and equity data – as well as an invitation to the campus community! Enjoy!
Professor of Family Consumer Sciences & Faculty Coordinator of the Mountie...
Apr 18, 2023
Co-host, Tania Anders welcomes Kinesiology professor Marc Ruh to the podcast to talk about a beautiful new space on campus: Heritage Hall. Heritage Hall is the home of the Kinesiology, Athletics, and Dance Division offices, as well as The Douglas Smith Museum of Mt. SAC Athletics. Tania and Marc explore the history of...
Apr 4, 2023
Our Host Sun Ezzell talks with Mt. SAC Librarians Hong Guo, Jamie Castaneda, and Michael Emery about the Digital History Project, a growing online collection of historical photos of the campus and community. In our conversation, Hong, Jamie, and Michael discuss some of their favorite historical photos...