- Developed new CSIS curriculum: Networking and Internet
Security, Introduction to Perl and CGI Scripting, and
Computer Graphics using MAYA.
- Expanded CSIS online course offerings, acquired new
servers, and upgraded all instructional software.
- Provided a computer rollover of 20 student stations and
one instructor station to 21 new Apple eMac, Macintosh
computers in the Digital Arts Synergy Center.
- Developed an ASL lab course for students enrolled in ASL
III designed to give students additional practice in their
receptive and expressive skill development.
- Developed, implemented, and formalized the California
Public Safety Leadership and Ethics Program, and made
permanent the Corrections Academy in AOJ.
- Converted all on-campus sections of BUS 120-Financial
Accounting and BUS 121-Managerial Accounting to a hybrid
format, where 62.5% of the class is on campus and the
remaining 32.5% is held online using WebCT.
- Upgraded the Ceramics Department with efficient electric
kiln controllers and software; separate air system for
glazing area and new storage cabinets.
- Sponsored, via the Dance Department, master classes in
hip hop, ballet, modern dance, body percussion, African
dance, salsa, musical theater dance, and jazz dance.
- Created an Afro-Cuban Ensemble that has been well
received and has tripled in size over the year.
- Completed course requirements for new ROP Personal
Trainer/Group Exercise Leader, and received CHP
certification for the Tow Truck Operator program.
- Updated ROP curriculum, equipment, software, and
computer technology to reflect the standards and scope of
practice as outlined by CoARC, NBRC and RCB.
- Received approval for new language majors in Arabic,
Russian and Japanese; Digital Media area of emphasis for the
AA degree in Art; and a new Oceanography Associate Degree.
- Expanded biology curriculum to include information and
experiments in biotechnology such as transformation and
- Revised the music curriculum to update course outlines
and to verify alignment with Cuyamaca College’s Music
- Updated technological resources, including instructional
computers and software, and cameras for the Forensic
- Responded to a dramatic increase in student use of
web-based counseling and financial aid services, and student
web-based registration and application.
- Updated mail processing to improve efficiency within the
mail center via a new Paragon DM100 mailing machine.
- Implemented an Electronic Funds Transfer process with
the Cashiering, Financial Aid, and District Accounting
Departments to efficiently support financial aid students.
- Implemented the second EOPS Summer Readiness program. 28
students enrolled with 22 completing, and all enrolled full
time in the Fall 2004 semester.