CTN author mentor Sergio Troncoso’s book, A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant's Son, was named a 2019 Foreward Indies Book of the Year winner.
CTN peer mentor, Rogelio Saenz, published an op-ed on the SCOTUS ruling on DACA which appeared in the San Antonio Express-News and was reprinted by Latino Rebels.
Unemployment numbers in the Latino community have been historically low in recent years; however, the Coronavirus pandemic has reversed this positive trend.
Last fall, as I sat at a round table in the Indigo Hotel conference room, I knew I was in the right place.
“Effective board work demands having a strong personal belief and interest in an organization, its mission, and its vision.
Initially, I was overwhelmed in the transition of going 100% online, despite the fact that I have taught online classes in the past and currently teach a few online classes.
Erin Doran and Raphael Castillo published articles in the journal New Directions for Community Colleges.
The reading, “Teaching and Learning in the Age of Anxiety,” was packed with insights.
The Ascender Foundational Seminar will cover the interdisciplinary course curriculum design for gateway courses, holistic advising, and student engagement.
CTN held the Ascender Spring Seminar via zoom on May 27 with over 40 in attendance.