The mission of the West Valley College Global Citizenship Committee is to facilitate a campus-wide commitment through curriculum, activities, and professional development. The GCC founded the WVC Citizenship Center in January 2007. The Global Citizenship Center is housed in the WVC Campus Center. It serves as a meeting venue for internal and external campus groups, […]
Monthly Archives: May 2014
West Valley College will send a team of three faculty members to attend the Salzburg Global Seminar‘s Global Citizenship Program for educators, session 64 “Education for Global Citizenship: What, Why and How?” during July 2014 at the beautiful Hotel Schloss Leopoldskron in Austria. William Clay is a faculty member and the Chair of the Theater Arts Department in […]
Introduction to Sociology textbooks are structured in similar fashions. Typically, the first chapters are dedicated to the individual’s relationship to society, including culture, socialization, groups, social structure, roles and statuses, norms, and deviance. One of the many themes of this section is that individuals have obligations to one another and to society—if not, society cannot […]
Today was graduation at West Valley College and seven graduates were conferred with a Global Citizenship stole to celebrate their successful completion of the Global Studies Emphasis and sustained commitment to global citizenship. Faculty member of the Department of English, Advisor to the Global Student Club, and member of the WVC Global Citizenship Committee, Vicky […]
Click here to see a video recording of the Second Annual The F-Word: The Global Feminist & Gender Revolution.
This year, for the first time, the WVC Global Citizenship Committee presented “Global Imagination: A Cultural Symposium.” This event was held on Thursday 1 May in various parts of the WVC campus. There were presenters, displays, music, a display of clothing from various countries, food and much more.The event was meant to celebrate and share the […]