Amy Whitworth, chair of language, philosophy and culture, voices faculty dissatisfaction with transfer degrees to district trustees Tuesday during a regular board meeting at Killen Center. Whitworth said it’s important to keep the majors and enhance the current system with discipline specific, program-level assessment. More than 100 faculty and students were in attendance.  Photo by E. David Guel

Amy Whitworth, chair of language, philosophy and culture, voices faculty dissatisfaction with transfer degrees to district trustees Tuesday during a regular board meeting at Killen Center. Whitworth said it’s important to keep the majors and enhance the current system with discipline specific, program-level assessment. More than 100 faculty and students were in attendance. Photo by E. David Guel

Students and faculty suggest inclusion, improvements on reinstating majors

By Katherine Garcia

sac-ranger@alamo.edu

Simon Sanchez, Palo Alto College computer science sophomore, explained the attitude of the more than 100 students and faculty members who spoke Tuesday during the citizens-to-be-heard portion of the regular board meeting of the board of trustees. Read more ...

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To major or not to major?

Committee disagrees on decision to strike majors from degrees By Katherine Garcia kgarcia203@student.alamo.edu Members of the Student Success Committee of the Alamo Colleges board of…

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