CTN Board Chair, Dr. Rogelio Saenz, spoke at the Lideramos' National Latino Leadership Symposium which took place Sept. 24-25.
CTN Peer Mentor, Julia Preston, published a review of two books in the New York Review of Books.
Erin Doran, CTN Director of Research and Development, was one of the speakers in a panel discussion sponsored by UTSA First-Gen and Transfer Center on October 1st at 1 pm.
CTN peer mentor, Sergio Troncoso’s book, A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant’s Son, won first place for Best Collection of Short Stories (English/Bilingual) at the International Latino Book Awards.
CTN will host the second in its series of professional development trainings for new and returning Ascender instructors on October 16 beginning at 9am.
CTN Operations Manager, Juan Higa, has been selected to serve as Co-Chairman of the Technology Committee for the TACHE 46th Annual State Conference. Higa will serve with Dr. Nancy Garcia.
CTN hosted a virtual Fall Ascender Student Transfer Motivational Conference on Friday, September 25th. The theme for the seminar was Aspire, Inspire, and Motivate (AIM)
CTN peer mentor, Sonia Nazario, was selected by Parade Magazine as one of the 52 most influential Latina women in history.
Raphael Castillo, CTN Director of Publications and Special Projects, recently published an article in the San Antonio Express News titled “A Revolutionary Alternative to Expensive College Textbooks.”
CTN’s Director of Professional Development, Allegra Villarreal, conducted the final one-hour virtual seminar for the Foundational Seminar Series on August 14th. The session was titled “Starting Online Courses Strong” Strategies for Day One.”