OC SCHOLARS LECTURE SERIES
"Your Job & Career Center"
Professor Larry Kennedy will address how the JCC can assist students with job placements as an augmentation to the campus career/transfer center. He will present information on special programs: CITD, SCORE, CalWORKs & HACU.
February 28, 2001
"The African American Art & Artist"
Curator Susan Lefevre from the Oxnard Carnegie Art Museum will give a talk and slide presentation featuring the work of African American artists in celeration of the spirit of creativity during Black History Month.
March 7, 200l
"Plight & Progress of Women in Developing Nations"
Professor Ishita Edwards will examine the conditions of women in developing nations, based upon personal insights, reported events and data.
March 12, 2001
"E Pluribus Unum? Can Bush Unite Us?"
Professor Carolyn Dorrance will pose the following questions: In what ways might Bush unite us? How are we divided? Do election results matter? What is the difference between a successful and failed presidency?
March 21, 2001
"Language Skills, the Window to Your Soul"
Professor Guadalupe Villapando will show how the free flow of one's writing, the stream of consciousness, is the pathway that will validate worldly and academic knowledge to know oneself better.
March 28, 2001
"Dora Carrington, Her Art & Life"
Professor Elaine Alarcon-Totten will present a slide show and lecture on the work of this twentieth-century painter in celebration of Women's History Month.
April 4, 2001
"The Mission of the California Community College System"
Professors Chris Horrock and Russ Sanders will debate the goals, purposes and problems associated with community college education. Open discussion will follow.
April 18, 2001
"Creative Student Authors in the Composition Classroom"
Professor Eric Boys and several of his students will present their on-going, living, evolving texbook of themselves, as they journey through description, narration, exposition, argumentation and research.
"The Absence of Presence"
Professor Anthony Rodriguez will present a study of Robert Frost and the art of loneliness by examining several poems by this twentieth-century, award-winning poet.
May 2, 2001
Librarian Harmony Rodriguez will show the video she made during a recent visit to her native country, Cuba, and will discuss the lifestyle there today.
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