By | April 11, 2023
Faculty Senate Meeting: Friday 4/14
Join us on Zoom this Friday from 12:00 – 1:30 for this month’s Faculty Senate meeting. 

Check out the full Agenda. Exciting updates about the Faculty Evaluation process, upcoming Student Evaluation work, and the Northridge Innovation campus are all part of our agenda this month. 

If you have questions about agenda items, don’t hesitate to reach out to Nancy Stano at
[email protected]
Senate Elections Underway
Elections are underway! Between now and 5:00 pm on  April 21, 2023, please cast your vote using the personalized ballot you received via email. 

The personalized email invitation allows voting responses to remain anonymous and ensure no personal information is collected or tagged with your responses. 

If you have not received the ballot, need assistance with your ballot, or have other questions about the election, please contact Samantha Croft at [email protected].
This Friday (4/14): Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid Training facilitated by clinicians from Integral Care 
This Friday
April 14, 2023 at the Riverside Campus
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The day-long learning experience is customized for higher education. Faculty participating will develop the skills, resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care.
More information about MHFA for Higher Education training is available here. A sample agenda (that will be revised for our timeline) is also available for reference. 

Breakfast and lunch will be provided by the Faculty Senate. And all faculty who participate in this learning opportunity and commit to sharing what they have learned with their department, division, learning community, or other campus group, will be eligible to receive a $250 stipend funded by ACC’s Office of the Provost.

RSVP now to reserve your spot!

If you have additional questions, please reach out to Nancy at [email protected].
Student Course Evaluations Feedback Requested
Student course evaluations are important in helping faculty gain insight into how well they are meeting students’ needs. In an effort to improve the College’s student course evaluations, your input is needed on how they can be made to provide more actionable, meaningful feedback from students.

We invite you to submit your ideas about what you hope to learn from your student course evaluations and what questions you would like to see students asked. Receiving your input is valuable to the design of revised student course evaluations. 

Suggestion box

You can also contact Gale Spear at [email protected] or Marcus McGuff at [email protected] with your ideas.

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