Which Way Home Screened on 5 Nov 2014

SYNOPSIS As the United States continues to build a wall between itself and Mexico, Which Way Home shows the personal side of immigration through the eyes of children who face harrowing dangers with enormous courage and resourcefulness as they endeavor to make it to the United States. The film follows several unaccompanied child migrants as […]

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The Condor’s Shadow Screened on 24 Oct 2014

The WVC Biology Department and the Global Citizenship Committee are proud to present a special screening of Jeff McLoghlin’s The Condor’s Shadow A documentary film on the ongoing challenge of recovering the iconic California condor back from the brink of extinction. Followed by conversation with lead field biologist for the Condor Recovery Program at the […]

Child Studies: Teaching and Learning with a Global Perspective

The West Valley College Child Studies Department offers students the opportunity to earn an Associate of Science transfer degree and the option to specialize in Communication and the Arts and/or in Program Director, and to earn a Certificate of Achievement in Early Childhood Education and/or Early Intervention. The courses address global concerns, and instructors are […]

Photo by Karen Wallace

“Images of Hope” Photography Exhibition 15 October 2014

Opening Reception for Karen Wallace’s“Images of Hope” Photography Exhibition Supporting the WVC Student Assistance Emergency Fund Wednesday 15 October 2014, 12:30 – 1:30 Global Citizenship Room Campus Center Tasty Goodies will be Served All Photographs and Photocards Available for Purchase Karen Wallace, M.A. English and M.Div. New Theologies, is a retired English instructor, now in […]

Screening Of Two Minds on 13 Oct 2014

The West Valley College Global Citizenship Committee facilitates campus-wide commitment to the ideals of global citizenship through curriculum, co-curricular activities, and professional development of college faculty, administrators and staff. The WVC Global Citizenship Committee and Student Health Services invite you and your students to a screening of an “intelligent,” “compassionate” and “most daring film.” Of […]

Taraneh Hemami's Theory of Survival: Book Covers

Artist Taraneh Hemami Speaks at WVC 7 Oct 2014

Taraneh Hemami uses a variety of art media to explore the constructs of identity and struggles for freedom. Although expressed through the lens of Iranian culture, Hemami’s work speaks to a panoptic human experience. Four of her shattered glass portraits are on view at the West Valley College Art Gallery. خانم ترانه همامى تلاش مبرمى […]