Campus Connection

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Athletics

Athletics Wins a Record
4th National Cup

For a record fourth time, the Mt. SAC Athletics Program has won the National Association of Two-Year College Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) Cup. Mt. SAC's win also marks the first time a California program has won the award for consecutive years (2012-13 and 2013-14).

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Mt. San Antonio College Alumni Day, Saturday, October 18, 2014

Mt. SAC Celebrates
Alumni Day Oct. 18

Mt. San Antonio College will celebrate its more than one million alumni with a full day of activities at the second annual Mt. SAC Alumni Day on Saturday, Oct. 18, beginning at 1 p.m.

Mountie pride will be loud and proud with over seven hours of speakers, shows, and tours as Mt. SAC showcases the successes of its many alumni, faculty, and current students.

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NSF

Mt. SAC Awarded NSF Grant for Science Teachers' Program

Mt. SAC is the recent recipient of a three-year $624,668 grant from the National Science Foundation to establish a program to encourage and train future science and math teachers.

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Richard Strand

Professor’s Play Earns
East Coast Praise

Theater Professor Richard Strand's play “Butler” garnered accolades in theater reviews including The New York Times as it made its debut this summer with the New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, New Jersey.

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Child Development Center

New Mt. SAC Child Development Center Plays a Dual Role in Education
College to hold grand opening for new complex that serves children, students, families

Imagine a service that allows people to return to school, provides quality childcare, and serves as a hands-on training facility. That’s exactly what Mt. San Antonio College‘s new Child Development Center will offer the college community’s children, students, and families.

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Food Services

Digging Into a Future
Food Services Building

Construction has recently begun on the campus' future Food Services Building, which will replace the Campus Café.

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The Way of Flesh Part II, Sept. 18 - Oct. 16, Mt. SAC Art Gallery

The Way of Flesh Part II

"The Way of Flesh II" displays the legacy of figurative art through the eyes and hands of three generations of contemporary artists, without geographical limitations.

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Live Webcast

Emergency Workshops Provided Live In Person
and Online

As a part of Emergency Preparedness Week, important workshops will be provided for employees, including training on their responsibilities as disaster service workers, earthquake preparedness and fire safety.

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Emergency Preparedness Week

Emergency Preparedness Week Sept. 15 -19

Mt. SAC will host Emergency Preparedness Week Sept 15-19 with five days of workshops, displays, and drills designed to make the college community more aware of what to do before and during an emergency.

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Dr. Audrey Yamagata-Noji Honored with State Diversity Award

Flex Day Kicks Off
the New Academic Year
Additional growth funding
helps community colleges

Mt. SAC prepared for the new school year with Flex Day, which launched with Fall Convocation's general sessions. The day included 17 employee breakout sessions covering topics ranging from stress management to IT security to psychotherapeutic teaching.

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Dr. Audrey Yamagata-Noji Honored with State Diversity Award

Child Development
Complex Opens

The Child Development Complex fully opened this August, welcoming children into its facilities for the first time.

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president's perspective

Weekly Board Reports
Cabinet Action Notes
Advisory Committee Minutes

Open Office Hours

Dr. Bill Scroggins
 

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Kate Morales
attabear

Recognizing exemplary employee dedication and service.

September 2014:
Kate Morales

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Announcements

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EMERGENCY RESPONSE/
EVACUATION PLAN ONLINE

In compliance with the Higher Education Act, Mt. SAC's Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan is now available online to current and prospective students and employees. The plan contains procedures on what to do in the event of a serious campus incident that poses an immediate or ongoing threat to the safety and health of the college community. Click here to review the plan, prepared by Mt. SAC's Public Safety Department.



re-living the Moments!
A review of
special events

Ribbon Cutting CDC Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The campus celebrated the grand opening of its Child Development Complex on Friday, September 26.

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faces & places

Mt. SAC welcomes new Staff, Faculty, and Managers

Newly Hired Staff

Classified
  • Edwin Anonuevo,
    Computer Facilities Assistant (Information Technology)
    Nimrod DelaCruz,
    Computer Facilities Assistant (Information Technology)
    Hector Garcia,
    Training and Applications Specialist (Information Technology)
    Brandi Melton,
    Student Services Program Specialist (DSP&S)
Management
  • Guadalupe Hernandez, Assistant Director
    (Child Development)
    Uyen Mai,
    Director, Marketing and Communication
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