Register to Attend LINKS 2.0: Building Community and Expanding Networks for Equity and Innovation

You are invited to attend

3CSN’s LINKS 2.0: 

Building Community and Expanding Networks for Equity and Innovation

April 29-30, 2016

Hosted at College of the Canyons, Santa Clarita, California


3CSN is so excited that this year’s LINKS event brings together several keynote speakers, professional learning leaders, and alumni from our summer leadership institute to support those of you working on student success and equity initiatives on your campus. Whether you are involved in initiatives supported by Basic Skills, Equity, SSSP or hope to be working on a Basic Skills Transformation Grant project, this event offers valuable resources for you. LINKS 2.0 aims to bring together in one place resources and knowledge that can help you integrate efforts to develop and sustain high impact interventions with the most promise for equitable student outcomes.

Join educators from your campus, district, or region, who are interested in building community and expanding networks for equity and innovation! Attend keynotes and hands-on workshops by practitioners in California who  are transforming colleges through groundbreaking work in Equity by Design, Integrated Planning, Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning, Leading from the Middle, and Faculty Collaboratives.  Network with leaders from RP Group, ASCCC, USC’s Center for Urban Education, and the Educational Results Partnership.

Event Highlights


Training in Culturally Responsive Teaching with certified trainers:

• Paula Brown, LosAngeles Harbor College

• Arnita Porter, West Los Angeles College

Featured Speakers

• Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux, Associate Director for Research and Policy for USC’s Center

for Urban Education (confirmed for Friday, 4/29) associate-professor/

• Veronica Neal, Director of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education at De

Anza College (confirmed for Saturday, 4/30) Neal_bio.docx?dl=0

• Gilberto Q.Conchas,Professor of Education, UC Irvine (confirmedfor Saturday, 4/30)

Strengthening Student Success Conference Encore Sessions

• Engaging Resistance, Laura Hope and Rebecca Wong, Leading from the Middle

• Enhanced Multiple Measures for Placement and Student Mentoring, Craig

Hayward, John Hetts and Terrence Willett, Multiple Measures Assessment Project (MMAP)

Additional Resource Sessions

• Integrated Planning, Crystal Kiekel, Student Success Center Director at LA Pierce

• AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives Project, Ann Foster, Paul Wickline, Miguel Powers,

California Faculty Fellows

• The Academic Senate’s Professional Learning College, Craig Rutan, Chair of

ASCCC Professional Learning Committee

Showcase College Initiatives

• Habits of Mind at West Hills Coalinga

• Professional Learning Capstone Projects at Riverside Community College

• Professional Learning at Santa Ana College

• One Book at College of Marin

Register Now:

See attached LINKS 2.0 flyer and LINKS 2.0 Agenda Preview to find out more information about the institute and details on how to register!!!



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