CTN Faculty and Staff, Rafael Castillo, Alfredo Torres, and Diane Lerma presented at the PAC Faculty Symposium which was attended by instructors from all Alamo District colleges on February 28th. Their session was title “Establishing Epistemic Authority: Getting Published.”  Their panel consisted faculty members who have published in print media and pedagogy platforms on topics pertinent to both community and university audiences. Diane Lerma discussed her knowledge of pedagogy and academic writing; Alfredo Torres

talked about how editing and “knowledge” creation allowed him to write on national topics for Associated Press and print media platforms; and Dr. Rafael Castillo talked about developing “epistemic authority” and “knowledge creation” as the basis for exerting pedagogical knowledge building in community college settings.

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