Dr. Rafael Castillo, CTN Director of Publications and Special Projects, recently published an op-ed in the San Antonio Express News entitled, “The San Patricio Battalion Still Remembered.”
The CTN Ascender Spring Seminar will be held at the Frank Fickett Center in Austin on March 7-8.
Catch the Next has been named one of the 12 Philanthropitch Austin Semi-Finalists from the 54 applications that were submitted.
Palo Alto College Assistant Professor, Diane Lerma, presented at the 18th Annual First Year Experience Conference in Las Vegas, February 16-18.
Stacy Ybarra, CTN Director of Student Engagement, and Debra McBeath, CTN Director of Communications and Engagement, presented to the 2019 cohort of Leadership SAISD on March 1st at Café College in San Antonio.
TXed Review recently published an article by CTN Director of Research and Evaluation, Erin Doran, titled “Texas House Bill 51—An Incognito Performance-based Funding Policy: Implications for Access and Equity in Texas.”
CTN PAC instructor, Dr. Yolanda Reyna, received the Distinguished Community College Faculty Award at the 44th Annual Conference of the Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education which was held on February 17 – 20 at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Austin.
CTN Director of Publications and Special Projects, Rafael Castillo, published an article in the NISOD Papers.
Our Ascender Program will be holding its Spring training session for faculty and staff on March 7-8, at the Frank Fickett Center in Austin, Texas.
Our agenda includes innovative sessions from experienced program practitioners in language arts, math, Learning Frameworks and advising as well as speakers such as Frank Savina, a program specialist and master teacher from the UT-Dana Center, and Eileen Galvez, a dean of Yale College who will present on “Imposter Syndrome” and its impact on faculty morale and student retention.
CTN welcomes three new mentors to our familia-Enrique Murillo, Julia Preston, and Fatema Basrai- and congratulates two others-Judge Del Valle and Kevin Christian.