8:00 AM

February 28, 2018 - 8:00 AM to March 3, 2018 - 5:00 PM
NABE 2018 - Resisting Inequity: Language as Power and Right

Pre-Conference Institutes: Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Conference: March 1st - 3rd, 2018
Albuquerque Convention Center
Albuquerque, NM

Important Dates for NABE 2018:
Registration: Closes January 31st, 2018

The following competitions close on October 31st, 2017:
NABE Bilingual Student Essay Competition
NABE Bilingual Teacher of the Year Competition
NABE Outstanding Dissertation Competition

7:00 AM

March 1, 2018 - 7:00 AM to March 3, 2018 - 4:00 PM

Join us for our annual district conference, newly branded as Connect West, in San Francisco, with pre-conference sessions on February 28, and the full conference from March 1-3, 2018! Our region's premier advancement event offers an opportunity to build networks and gain insight from the industry's top professionals. Registration is open!

Hyatt RegencyConnect West 2018 will be at the beautiful Hyatt Regency San Francisco across from the iconic Ferry Building and near famous attractions including Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf and Golden Gate Bridge.

8:00 AM

March 2, 2018 - 8:00 AM to March 5, 2018 - 5:00 PM
The League’s Northern and Southern CEO Conferences has combined into one statewide symposium. The CEO Symposium presents an ideal opportunity for CEOs to meet and discuss the critical issues that face California community colleges and to learn from each other.

CEO Planning Committee
Brian King, Chair, CEOCCC, Los Rios CCD
Ed Bush, Cosumnes River College
Francisco Rodriguez, Los Angeles CCD
Frank Chong, Santa Rosa Junior College
Joe Wyse, Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint CCD
Kevin Walthers, Allan Hancock CCD
Lori Adrian, Coastline College

12:00 PM

March 2, 2018 - 12:00 PM to March 3, 2018 - 12:30 PM
The Executive Committee is comprised of 14 representatives elected by the delegates each year in spring and the Executive Director (ex officio member). As noted in the bylaws, this group adopts procedures, implements policies adopted at the plenary sessions, transacts business, and performs other functions that are not inconsistent with the intent, purposes, and provisions of the Bylaws and Senate Rules. The Executive Committee meets every month except July. You can download the agendas and minutes from the previous and upcoming meetings. The views and opinions expressed in public comments do not necessarily state or reflect the adopted positions or the views of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC) or its Executive Committee. Furthermore, the ASCCC does not endorse the opinions expressed in public statements nor guarantee the accuracy of the information contained therein.

7:30 AM

March 3, 2018 -
7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

The CATESOL Los Angeles Regional Conference of 2018, Breaking Barriers by Promoting Advocacy, will be held on Saturday, March 3rd, on the main campus of East Los Angeles College.

Our Conference Chairs are Maria Betancourt and Rita Van Dyke-Kao. With their support and guidance, our committee is working tirelessly to plan this event. Please peruse the conference site for pertinent information about this upcoming event.

8:15 AM

March 3, 2018 -
8:15 AM to 6:00 PM

The 15th Annual Sacramento Valley Community College Mathematics Conference will be held at American River College on Saturday, March 3rd. Registration begins at 8:15 AM in the Student Center Lobby, with talks beginning at 9 AM. Free parking is available in Parking Lot A. There is no registration fee to attend the conference.

Lunch will be provided free of charge (thanks to the generosity of conference sponsors) to the first 110 registrants - who register by February 21st. All are welcome to attend, even those who decide to attend after the registration deadline.

Name, Affiliation and Title of Talk:

1. Robin Donatello, Chico State, The Current State of Data Science at Chico State

2. James (Jim) Butler, Hartnell College, Using Euler's Identity and Taylor Series Expansion to Prove Trigonometric Identities, Simple Integrals, and Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

3. Debra Griffin, Shasta College, Finding and Using Local Data to Teach Organization of Data in Introductory Statistics

4. Glenn Pico, American River College, Diabolical Partial Fractions

5. Martin Flashman, Humboldt State University, Solving Polynomial Equations: Visualization from Linear to Cubic, from Rational to Complex Numbers

6. Rick Luttman, Sonoma State, Carmichael Numbers

7. Nick Shaposhnikov, Laney College, How To Solve A Problem When You Don't Know How To Solve It

8. Jay Lehmann, College of San Mateo, Teaching a Prestatistics Course: Propelling Non-STEM Students Forward

9. Liz Estrella, Hartnell College, What Mathematics Experts Determine Best Practices in Developmental Math

10. Brian Palmer, Hartnell College, Course Design, and the Long Arc of Mastery

11. Chris Goff, University of the Pacific, Mathematical Circles

12. Hal Huntsman, Myra Snell CCSF, Los Medanos College Remediation Redesign at Cuyamaca College: Dramatic Gains in Transfer-level Math Completion