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De Anza College President Lloyd Holmes talks about Measure G and the creative arts department.

De Anza Academic Senate members discuss ideas for student services and arts relocation

Sabrina Jiang | March 5, 2023

De Anza College’s Academic Senate discussed funding for scholarships and options for the relocation of the arts quad with De Anza President Lloyd Holmes on Feb. 27. According to President Holmes,...

The Academic Senate met in a hybrid-format to discuss eligibility for faculty representation on campus on Nov. 21.

Academic Senate sets a precedent for faculty representation at De Anza

Rory Conlon | December 8, 2022

The Academic Senate made crucial decisions regarding diversity and requirements for faculty representation during their meeting on Nov. 21.  The senate sought faculty representation for the Vice President...

The Academic Senate meeting on Oct. 10 in a hybrid format to discuss how to move forward on shared governance at De Anza.

A deep dive into the current state of shared governance

Rory Conlon, Staff Reporter | October 19, 2022

Crucial decisions regarding staffing and budget allocation hang in the balance pending an upcoming retreat on Oct. 21 to discuss the future of shared governance at De Anza College.  During an Oct....

The De Anza Academic Senate discusses the potential recipient of the ASCCC exemplary program award at their Oct. 25 meeting.

De Anza Academic Senate discusses nomination for ASCCC exemplary program award

Jacqueleine Liu, Reporter | October 27, 2021

The De Anza College Academic Senate furthered its conversation from last week on how to help low-income students and students of color this Monday. Shagun Kaur, senate member in the division of language...

The Academic Senate discusses ranked-choice voting, equity and other issues at their Oct. 18 meeting.

Academic Senate to use ranked-choice voting for future decisions

James Rahn, Reporter | October 25, 2021

The De Anza Academic Senate decided unanimously that they will use a system of ranked-choice voting, as opposed to a simple majority to make decisions, at their meeting Monday.  Mary Pape, academic...

The De Anza Academic Senate met Monday to address affordable housing and continue developing their goals for the year.

Academic Senate discusses affordable housing and goals for the year

Rory Conlon, Reporter | October 13, 2021

The De Anza College Academic Senate met to continue developing their goals for the school year and evaluate an affordable housing plan targeted toward helping low-income students. Senate president Cheryl...

The De Anza Academic Senate meet on Zoom to discuss both online and in-person learning issues.

Academic Senate discusses COVID-19 testing complications and disappearing Kanopy videos

Jacqueleine Liu, Reporter | October 5, 2021

The De Anza Academic Senate discussed issues arising from COVID-19 student testing and complications with online learning materials on Monday.  Regarding students who have returned to campus, Faculty...

De Anza as it begins Phase II of its reopening plan.

Employees and students feel left in the dark about return-to-campus plan

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 14, 2021
The Faculty Association and Academic Senate leadership outlined their concerns about returning to campus in an open letter to district and college leaders.
Academic Senate considers ways to help former foster youth at De Anza

Academic Senate considers ways to help former foster youth at De Anza

Nitya Peumans, Reporter | January 14, 2021
The Academic Senate discussed creating a task force to help former foster youth after a group of speakers discussed problems that the students experience.
De Anza College Academic Senate votes to broaden credit opportunities for students prior experiences.

Academic Senate broadens credit definition to include prior learning

Nitya Peumans, Reporter | December 3, 2020

The updated De Anza Academic Senate board policy for prior learning has been adapted in order to allow for students with other experiences outside of AP classes and exams to receive credit for their work. The...

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