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Richard Storti, one of the chancellor finalists, answers questions at the open forum on May 4.

Searching for the next FHDA Chancellor

Justin Fry | May 10, 2023

With the current Foothill-De Anza District Chancellor Judy Miner retiring in fall 2023, four new finalist candidates were selected and interviewed between May 1 and May 4 to fill the open position. The...

Judy Miner (middle) and her two sisters, Dottie Lagrand (left) and Janice (right),  celebrating Dotties retirement in 2015. Lagrand refers to Miner as the rock of the family and said she looks forward to taking more trips with her younger sister once shes retired. (Photo courtesy of Dottie Lagrand)

Chancellor Judy Miner: a lifetime of learning

Rory Conlon | November 19, 2022

Foothill-De Anza Chancellor Judy Miner remembers desperately wanting to go home. When she was 2 years old, her family moved from the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco to the Excelsior District....

Attendees of the Chancellors return-to-campus information session listen for answers to their questions.

Senior staff at De Anza answer questions about returning to campus

Lianna Vaughan, Reporter | June 14, 2021
After faculty raised concerns about returning to campus, Chancellor Judy Miner invited them to ask questions in her return-to-campus information session.
Foothill-De Anza district joins California community colleges in lawsuit against CARES Act restrictions

Foothill-De Anza district joins California community colleges in lawsuit against CARES Act restrictions

Annalise Freimarck and Kathleen Quinn | May 14, 2020

The Foothill-De Anza district joined the California Community College Chancellor's Office in a lawsuit against the CARES Act after the federal Department of Education changed the eligibility requirements...

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