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Thursday, July 28, 2016
A reminder that today is the last day the Library will be open during
the Summer semester. The Library will close at 8pm tonight and will
reopen the first day of Fall semester 2016.
If you need assistance while the library is closed, please call (714) 895-8741 ext 58741.
Thursday, July 21, 2016
GWC students can access the library databases (articles, ebooks, films) 24/7 anywhere you have access to the internet. If you are off campus and trying to access the library databases, enter your student id without the letter C and with a dash in the middle of the numbers. For example C12345678 would instead be entered as 1234-5678.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Golden West College Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of their Annual Peace Conference Peace. Sustainability. Justice. “Regenerative Peace: Sustaining Our Work, Communities, Environment and Selves in Service”
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
CONTACT: Letitia Clark, MPP
District Director, Public Affairs
(714) 438-4605 email@example.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
March 22, 2016
GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE DEAN ALEX MIRANDA
HONORED FOR INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTIONS
Golden West College Dean of Library and Learning Resources, Alex Miranda recognized by the League for Innovation in the Community College with a 2015 John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award
COSTA MESA, CA – On March 23, 2016 in Chicago, IL, the League for Innovation in the Community College will present John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards to the nation’s most innovative community college faculty, staff and administration who have demonstrated a commitment to innovative programs, practices, partnerships, policies and activities that improve the ability of institutions to serve students and the community.
Alex Miranda, Golden West College (GWC) Dean of Library and Learning Resources was one of 29 awardees to be recognized in California and the only awardee in Orange County. His impressive work with the GWC math intervention “Jump Start” program has been celebrated throughout the Coast District earning him a solid nomination for the award. The Jump Start program has successfully prepared cohorts of high school students to progress from beginner math courses to intermediate or college level courses in eight weeks.
“I am inspired by the moments in which students realize that they are able to learn,” explained Alex Miranda. “This realization leads them to success and certainty in direction. This process of change has far-reaching implications for a young person’s identity, life, and future.” Alex went on to say, “The success that has been attributed to me as an administrator, academic, and scholar has originated from the work of many, support from administrators, my determination to succeed, my learning about effective and positive educational interventions, and my faith in the potential of each student who trusts me with her/his education.”
The John and Suanne Roueche Awards, established in 2012, are in honor of community college leaders, John E. and Suanne D. Roueche who were early proponents of the idea that teachers have major responsibility for how well students perform in the classroom. These awards are open to League Alliance member institutions to celebrate outstanding contributions and leadership by community college faculty and staff. Dean Alex Miranda will be recognized in a series of activities and promotions, and honored at special events at the League's Innovations conference.
Dean Alex Miranda’s statement and video submission can be found on the award recipient website.
Alex Miranda, Dean, Library and Learning Resources
Golden West College
The Coast Community College District is headquartered in Costa Mesa and is the ninth largest district in the country. The District’s three colleges—Coastline Community College in Fountain Valley, Golden West College in Huntington Beach and Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa— serve over 60,000 students annually, providing traditional degree and transfer opportunities, career and technical training, basic skills, English as a Second Language and other community programs.