Welcome to the Senate Rostrum! Below is the collection of articles, starting with the most recent.

Rostrum article deadlines for 2021-22:
February 25, 2022

Editorial Guidelines for Rostrum submissions can be found via the link here.

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Latest Rostrum Articles

If You Have Questions, We Have Answers
SP Grading – Huge Win for Noncredit
Guided Pathways: One Professor’s Response to Redesigning America’s Community Colleges
Developing Guided Pathways: The Importance of Faculty Voice and Leadership
In Memorium: Professor Leon Baradat
Effective and Efficient Local Curriculum Approval Processes
Equivalency to the Minimum Qualifications
The Importance of Designated CTE Liaisons for Local Senates
“Canned” Courses and Faculty Responsibilities
The Senate and Union Relationship: Understanding Their Roles and Working Together
A Small Victory for Us All: AB 1995 and Student Engagement, Inclusion, and Dignity
A Different Way of Thinking about SLOs
One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – Recent Actions on Institutions by ACCJC
An Interview with Incoming Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley
It’s Time to Submit Disciplines List Revisions
In Memorium: Walter Mccallum
CCC Assessment and CCCAssess: Understanding the Assessment Approval Process
Strong Workforce Funding: A $200M Infusion for CTE and the Academic Senate’s Role
Disenfranchised Students – Where are We Now?
Who Gets to Teach That Course? The Importance of Assigning Courses to Disciplines
An Update on the Baccalaureate Pilot Program and ACCJC
Effective Practices for Student Engagement in the Online Environment
Asserting the Academic Senate’s Voice: The Importance of Relationships and Education
2016 Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award Winner: Jennifer Dorian, Faculty Coordinator, PASS; Instructor, Fresno City College
Prior Learning Experience for Credit: A Faculty Question