Catch the Next is embarking on a new project to address the lack of culturally relevant, open educational resources (OER) in the creative commons
The Fifth Annual Transfer Motivational Conference, sponsored by UT Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, The Bank of America, The Meadows Foundation and Greater Texas Foundation, was held at the University of Texas on June 6-8. Over 60 students and their sponsors from Austin Community College, San Antonio Community College, South Texas College and Palo Alto Community College attended the conference.
CTN Salutes our CTN veterans, the children, and grandchildren of veterans who served to make the United States a land of opportunity for all Americans.
CTN congratulates Dr. Virginia Fraire, ACC’s Vice President of Student Affairs, who has accepted the position of associate provost at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP).
PAC Vice President of College Services, Dr. Beatriz Joseph has been named incoming president of Mountain View College, part of the Dallas County Community College District.
Dr. Anna B. Alaniz and Saul Garza presented at NISOD’s International Conference on Teaching and Learning Excellence.
Catch the Next’s Ascender Foundational Summit took place May 20-24 at the University of Texas at Austin
CTN instructors Anna Alaniz and Elizondro Munoz from South Texas College were honored at NISOD’s annual conference on May 26th as Excellence Awards recipients.
On April 2, the Aspen Institute's College Excellence Program announced that Palo Alto College was named a Rising Star award winner of the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation's signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America's community colleges.
CTN Director of Publications and Special Projects, Rafael Castillo’s bibliographic essay on “Chicano Literature” will be published on the Oxford University Press’ international website for scholars and laypersons.