The WVC Global Student Club has revealed a new blog! Th Global Student Club started during fall 2011 and has grown in both number of members and in the endeavors they have pursued. The students have chosen this as their mission statement: “We are a West Valley College club dedicated to global citizenship. Our mission […]
The WVC Global Citizenship Committee and the Office of the WVC President are proud to announce that a team of faculty and one administrator will be attending the Salzburg Global Seminar‘s GCP 70–Education for Global Citizenship: What, Why, and How. The team includes: Karina Dundurs, Instructor in the Business and Real Estate Administration Division where […]
This is a banner year for Global Studies at WVC: eight students were awarded AA degrees in Liberal Arts with emphasis on Cultural and Global Studies–the highest number on record! The Global Citizenship Committee conferred each of them with a Global Citizenship stole. Since it is the college’s 50th year anniversary, graduation took place at […]
Renee Paquier, Chair of WVC’s Administration of Justice Department, and Dr. Dulce María Gray, Professor of English and Women and Gender Studies, both members of the WVC Global Citizenship Committee, were awarded a WVMCCD Land Corp Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund Grant to attend the four-day-long Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization (ICCI), organized by […]
The WVC Sustainability Committee and Global Citizenship Committee proudly present the Third Annual Earth Stewardship Symposium (formerly called the Climate Change/Sustainability Symposium) Thursday and Friday 23 & 24 April 2015 This event is described in an article by Khalida Sarwari that appeared in the Saratoga edition of the San Jose Mercury News on 15 April 2015. Scheduled […]
The WVC Global Citizenship Committee is very proud to have held the Fourth Annual Global Citizenship Conference. This spring, the conference was the culmination of many other activities organized to prompt the WVC community to engage in fearless conversations about topics that are difficult to address. The conference focused on Courageous Conversations about How Global […]
Second Annual WVC Faculty Members Read from Their Published Works! Ranganathan Room, WVC Library Wednesday 15 April 2015 2:30 to 4:00 pm. Heidi Davis teaches in the Physical Education Department. Cheryl Hackworth teaches in the Biology Department. Nils Michals teaches in the English Department.