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SBCC explores non-cognitive learning to lift student success

Naum Milyavskiy, Channels Staff

November 20, 2017

Faculty members at City College are working with alternate, “non-cognitive” teaching methods to better serve students and improve learning success. “Teaching is an evolving role,” said psychology Professor Leida Tolentino. ...

Econ professor Naylor offers lesson on hot-button topics

BROOKE SNOW, Channels Staff

February 2, 2017

City College professors shared their life’s work with attendees of the second Faculty Colloquium in the Fé Bland Forum Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m. The colloquium will be a reoccurring monthly event at 5:30 p.m. on the fir...

Facilities dept. left with 4 empty positions, no plans to replace

KATHYVAN TRAN, Channels Staff

November 21, 2016

Senior director of facilities, planning and campus development, plus three other positions in the facilities and operations department are being vacated, with no immediate timeline for replacement. Facilities Director Julie...

SBCC offers early retirement in hopes of lowering annual costs

TAYLOR WILLIAMS, News Editor

September 2, 2016

City College is introducing a program that would allow instructors, staff and managers to retire early in a move that could save the college money. The program, called Supplemental Early Retirement Program, requires applicants to be older than 55, and working ...

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