- Presented a full-year schedule of social and cultural
activities through the World Arts and Cultural Organization
(WACO), featuring African Storytelling, Russian Folklore,
Lecture on Catherine the Great; Arabic Culture Day; and
Cinco de Mayo.
Served more than 1500 low-income, historically
underrepresented students participating in Extended
Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS) with a
multi-lingual, multi-cultural team of faculty and staff.
Implemented the Welcome Back Project which prepares
international medical graduates for roles as nurses in local
communities; the Welcome Back story was produced as a DVD,
which won a national first place award in the Telly Awards
Competition in the non-broadcast video category.
Co-sponsored with WACO and the Black Student Union a
presentation by Madison Davis Lacy presentation of his
Emmy-winning documentary and impact of the historic 50th
Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education.
Hosted a debate between GC Forensics Students and a debate
team from the People's Republic of China; ASGC provided
organizational and financial support, which was presented to
a full house in the Griffin Gate.
Increased the number of students participating in a
student exchange with Escuela de Atlacomulco, a
teacher-training institution in Mexico.
Representatives of the Dance department worked
collaboratively with the theater and music departments in
presenting the 2003 and 2004 musicals.
Received an Intergenerational Grant from the First Five
Commission for the Child Development department to establish
and supervise a program to train seniors to work with young
children in campus and community preschools.
Established a successful student music club, Melodia, and
coordinated events that involved students in the
presentation of concerts and other activities for music
Conducted intensive research into the photographs and
communications related to Barona and Capitan Grande at the
National Archives and National Anthropological Archives in
Produced the annual Acorn Review Literary Magazine, a
compilation of student developed literary entries.
Collaborated with Counseling Outreach staff to provide
materials for high school outreach events, and coordinated
multiple community outreach events.
Held regular meetings between the college presidents,
academic senates, and other constituencies in an effort to
Provided consultation, collaboration and support of GC
Foundation events, ASGC, and Counseling.
Edited and produced eight issues of Campus Scene and
coordinated transition to alternative electronic
Established a book replacement fund in collaboration with
ASGC and Barnes & Noble to help students who were victims of
SD County fires.
Provided outstanding support to faculty and staff through
Word Processing, monthly Couriers, Gala, Career Expo, Dance,
and Football Banquet Programs; Career Chronicle, Grapevine,
and Wellness newsletters, as well as multiple tests, books,
flyers, syllabi, course outlines, and curriculum.