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S.T.E.M. Careers Lunch Talk: Matthew Fillingim Speaks on The Disappearing Atmosphere of Mars and How to Measure It – March 28 @ College Hour, Room 431

21 March 2017

Dr. Matthew Fillingim, Space Science Laboratory at UC Berkeley, talks on “The Disappearing Atmosphere of Mars and How to Measure It” at the next Spring 2017 S.T.E.M. Careers Lunch Talk scheduled for Tuesday, March 28, 12:30 – 1:15 pm, in Room 431.

 Fillingim Flyer

 

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Health Fair to be Hosted by BCC Health Ed Students on March 30 from 11 am – 1:30 pm, Atrium

19 March 2017

As we have done for the last 10 years, each semester our students work hard to design, plan, research and present a Health Fair to the entire college community.  Every aspect of the planning is done by the students, including selecting topics, researching them, creating vibrant display boards and important handouts for participants, out-reaching to community agencies and resources, and inviting vendors to table.

 

This service learning project is often the highlight of the semester, and our students deserve to have as many attend as possible!  You might even consider sending your students and creating an assignment for extra credit, as many of you have done in the past.

 

Please join me in supporting this important work and see you at the Health Fair on Thursday, March 30, from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm, in the BCC Atrium!

 

For more information, please contact Stephanie Sanders-Badt, ssanders-badt@peralta.edu, and visit the Public and Human Services website

 

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BCC Science Seminar Series – Dr. Howard Spero Presents “The Science of Natural Variability in Earth’s Climate System” on Thurs., March 16 @ 7-8 pm, Auditorium

9 March 2017

Are you curious about Earth’s climate system?

What happens during fast and slow shifts in climate?

Dr. Howard Spero will speak on “The Science of Natural Variability in Earth’s Climate System” in the Berkeley City College Auditorium from 7 – 8 pm. Berkeley City College is located at 2050 Center Street, downtown Berkeley, a half-block from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station. This seminar is open to the public.

Dr. Howard SperoHoward Spero is a Professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of Caifornia Davis. He is a Fellow of the American Assoication for the Advancement of Science, the American Geophysical Union, the Geological Society of America and the Caifornia Academy of Sciences. Professor Spero is a paleoceanographer and geochemist who has authored more than 130 scientific publications on the history of Earth’s climate system through the geochemical analyses of marine microfossils.

Dr. Spero received a Humboldt Research Award (2013) and a UC Davis 2014 Academic Senate Faculty Research Lecture Award. He has been an associate editor for Paleoceanography, Marine Micropaleontology and Marine Geology. He served as NSF Program Director of the Ocean Sciences Division; Marine Geology & Geophysics Program. Dr.  Spero is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union,  the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Geological Society of America and the California Academy of Sciences.

www.benefunder.com/causes/554/howard-spero

phys.org/news/2016-10-atom-by-atom-growth-shells-decode-climate.html

www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/ucd/scientist-reconstructs-earths-climate-history-using-tiny-marine-fossils/

 

Spero flyer

The Berkeley City College Science Seminar Series is sponsored by Berkeley City College and the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM).

Visit the Science Department website for more information

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President’s Bulletin, March 14, 2017

9 March 2017

President Rowena Tomaneng presents an update on BCC programs and reorganizations, hires, campus safety, and community collaborations in the March 14, 2017, issue of the President’s Bulletin.

 

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Need A Job? Walgreens & Youth Works Present Job Opportunities to BCC Students, Thurs., 3/9 @ College Hour by Ambassador’s Desk

8 March 2017

Need a Job? Let’s Get to Work!

Thursday, March 9
12:15 – 1:30 PM
In front of the Ambassador’s Desk

Think you have what it takes to join the team?

Walgreens and Youth Works will be here to present Job Opportunities to BCC Students!

For more information, contact Doris Garcia at ddgarcia@peralta.edu

Walgreens flyer

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College & Career Week Workshops @ College Hour: March 9 – Resume Review in Transfer Center, Rm 242

6 March 2017

First Come – First Served!

Join us for College and Career Week @ College Hour

Schedule of Events:

Date Event Location
March 7 Resume Review Transfer & Career Center, Room 242
March 8 International Women’s Day (in support of Students for Socialism event ) Atrium
March 9 Resume Review Transfer & Career Center, Room 242

 

For more information, contact:

Doris Garcia
Faculty Diversity Internship Program
Email: dgarcia@peralta.edu

 

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WOMXN’s Voices from Around the World – Poetry, Art, Stories & History on Tues., March 7 @ College Hour, Atrium

6 March 2017

Join us in celebrating the poetry, art, stories, and history of womxn. There will be an empowering photo opportunity for you to join in and be a motivational part of this incredible celebration.

 

Womxn's voices flyer

 

Visit the Rethink Justice website.

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Berkeley City College Accreditation Is Reaffirmed

27 February 2017

I am pleased to announce that accreditation for Berkeley City College has been reaffirmed.  The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, in its recent meeting determined that BCC has addressed concerns raised in an earlier review.  During a November site visit, commissioners reviewed whether the college had resolved deficiencies noted during the Spring 2015 comprehensive review.  And, in its January meeting, the commission determined that BCC meets those standards.

This is wonderful news for BCC! As president of BCC, I applaud the efforts of our faculty and staff who worked tirelessly to address the areas of concern raised by the commission.  In its letter to me, the commission acknowledges BCC for “sharing the values and the work of accreditation to ensure educational quality and to support student success.”

Rowena Tomaneng, PresidentThanks to everyone who made this possible and for helping us to continue our legacy of “Transforming Lives”.

A link to the final copy can be found on our Accreditation website.

Rowena Tomaneng, President

Berkeley City College

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