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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

LRC 231

9:00 – 9:45 a.m.         Dr. Terri Long

10:00-10:45 a.m.        Dr. Bryan Reece

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Dr. Terri Long is currently the Dean of Instructional Services at Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC). At Mt. SAC, she taught Earth Sciences full-time for 20 years. As a faculty member, she served as Department Chair, Faculty Association President, Chief Negotiator for the Faculty Association, and Academic Senate President.  Dr. Long holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, a Master’s degree in Geology, and a Doctorate in Education, all from the University of Southern California. She has received many honors, including the Academic Senate’s 2002 Outstanding Educator Award, the Women’s Leadership Award from YWCA, and, most recently, the Atta Bear Award from Mt. SAC.  She was a nominee and finalist for the California Community Colleges Board of Governors in 2006/2007. Dr. Long has led many campus committees focusing on such issues as facilities and space planning, educational design, class size, curriculum, basic skills, student services, and accreditation. She has served on three ACCJC accreditation teams, and co-chaired Standard III for Mt. SAC’s most recent accreditation visit. Dr. Long is currently Lead Administrator for two grant projects funded by the Carnegie Foundation and by the American Association of Colleges and Universities. She is particularly proud of her work in the areas of Basic Skills and transfer pathways.

Dr. Bryan Reece holds Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in Political Science from the University of Southern California. He is currently the Dean of Academic Success and Institutional Effectiveness at Cerritos College.  Prior to his current assignment, Dr. Reece served Cerritos College as the Dean of Humanities and Social Science. He taught Political Science for 18 years at the same institution, where he served as Faculty Senate President, and was named Faculty Senator of the Year and Outstanding Faculty Member.  He is the author and co-author of several publications on the subjects of technology in teaching and learning, distance education, and local e-Government adoption and implementation, and, for the past 9 years, has been the managing editor of MyPoliSciLab.  At Cerritos, Dr. Reece led the establishment of the college SLO plan, co-chaired the Basic Skills Committee, and organized the college’s first State of Education Address.  He has served as project leader for several grants funded by such entities as VATEA, Verizon, and the U.S. Department of Education. Dr. Reece’s believes the entire institution should be devoted to the idea of student success through continuous improvement in student engagement, teaching practices, academic infrastructure, instructional programs, support services, resource management, and campus leadership.

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