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|Cultural Awareness Program Committee|
|Fall 2014/Spring 2015 Programs
(More programs in development)
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Dr. Stephen Marino
Playwright Arthur Miller Scholar
Workshops and Talkback in conjunction with
Delta College production of "Death of a Salesman"
March 20-21, 2015
More details forthcoming
Author Maceo Montoya
"The Deportation of Wopper Barraza"
Thurs, November 20, 2014
Times: 9:30a-10:30a in @ Locke 302
12:00p Doors Open at West Forum
12:30-1:30p Reading in West Forum
1:30p Book signing in West Forum
Mr. Montoya's book is available for purchase now at the Delta College bookstore.
"Based On A True Story: Don't Use Your Second Chance"
Present by: Jagada Chambers
Local author of novel "Based On A True Story"
Tillie Lewis Theater
Thurs. Nov 6, 2014
We will be having a free raffle where each attendee will receive a raffle ticket as they enter and we will be drawing numbers and giving away 10 free signed books at the conclusion of the presentation.
Watch video about the book
Forgotten Heroes of the UFW coming to Stockton!
Sunday, October 19th @ 2pm
San Joaquin Delta College
Free for Delta College Students
California Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera
Reading his poetry
Sept 25, 2014
Reception follows in Upper Danner.
YouTube video clip.
"Raisin in the Sun"
Inner City Theater's new production
Date: Saturday, August 23, 2014
Cultural Awareness Program
The Cultural Awareness Program Committee will create and maintain programs that support a campus environment where cultural awareness leads to understanding and valuing diversity.
Help to create an environment in which cultural awareness leads to the understanding and valuing of diversity at San Joaquin Delta College. Produce programs in alignment with the goals of the SJDC Student Equity Plan, especially in relation to the campus climate. Collaborate with campus, local, and regional groups to plan, fund, and produce educational events and programs to meet identified needs. Seek funding for the CAP programs and produce annual report of program outcomes.
AP 2430 Governance Committee Structure:
Cultural Awareness Program (CAP) Committee
The CAP Committee shall be composed of: Minimum of five faculty members (three appointed by the Academic Senate and two by CTA); Supervisor of Student Activities; two classified staff (appointed by the CSEA); and two student representatives (appointed by the ASBG). It is expected that appointments to this committee will attempt to reflect the diversity of the college community.
Executive Secretary: Dean of Instruction for Arts and Sciences
|Last update: Nov 18, 2014|
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