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  • May 02
    Board of Trustees Regular/Committee Meeting 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Location - District Offices Board Room
    Board of Trustees Regular/Committee Meeting
  • May 04
    57th Distinguished Faculty Lecture ~ Jo Scott-Coe 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM Location - Digital Library Auditorium ~ Riverside City College
    Scott-Coe, who joined the faculty at RCC in 2008, holds a bachelor’s degree and a teaching credential from the University of Southern California. She also holds advanced degrees in Rhetoric and Composition from Cal Poly Pomona and UC Riverside in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts. She has taught at the high school level (Riverside Poly) as well as at the collegiate level for 25 years. She is an accomplished writer, having written Mass: A Sniper, a Father, and a Priest and Teacher at Point Blank, as well as a substantial number of articles, essays and stories. In 2010, she was selected as the NCTE Donald Murray winner for Writing and Teaching. In her lecture, entitled Private Letters and Public Witness—50 Years After America’s First School Shooting, Scott-Coe will share the story of Kathy, a first-year high school biology teacher, 50 years after she was stabbed to death by her husband on August 1, and before he began his assault on the community. “I will discuss how the newly-discovered private letters add an important dimension to our notions of ‘first responders’ in domestic terror,” she said. “I will share how I came to discover and be entrusted with this epistolary archive (more than 300 pages of writings by Kathy, dated between 1962-66), my methods for studying the material and why Kathy’s letters offer compelling and highly-relevant testimony a half century later.” The lecture is free and open to the public, but parking rules will be enforced; please see metered machines for parking passes and regulations.
  • May 09
    57th Distinguished Faculty Lecture ~ Jo Scott-Coe 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM Location - Student Academic Services Building ~ Moreno Valley College
    Scott-Coe, who joined the faculty at RCC in 2008, holds a bachelor’s degree and a teaching credential from the University of Southern California. She also holds advanced degrees in Rhetoric and Composition from Cal Poly Pomona and UC Riverside in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts. She has taught at the high school level (Riverside Poly) as well as at the collegiate level for 25 years. She is an accomplished writer, having written Mass: A Sniper, a Father, and a Priest and Teacher at Point Blank, as well as a substantial number of articles, essays and stories. In 2010, she was selected as the NCTE Donald Murray winner for Writing and Teaching. In her lecture, entitled Private Letters and Public Witness—50 Years After America’s First School Shooting, Scott-Coe will share the story of Kathy, a first-year high school biology teacher, 50 years after she was stabbed to death by her husband on August 1, and before he began his assault on the community. “I will discuss how the newly-discovered private letters add an important dimension to our notions of ‘first responders’ in domestic terror,” she said. “I will share how I came to discover and be entrusted with this epistolary archive (more than 300 pages of writings by Kathy, dated between 1962-66), my methods for studying the material and why Kathy’s letters offer compelling and highly-relevant testimony a half century later.” The lecture is free and open to the public, but parking rules will be enforced; please see metered machines for parking passes and regulations.
  • May 11
    57th Distinguished Faculty Lecture ~ Jo Scott-Coe 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM Location - Davis Center for Success, Room 217 ~ Norco College
    Scott-Coe, who joined the faculty at RCC in 2008, holds a bachelor’s degree and a teaching credential from the University of Southern California. She also holds advanced degrees in Rhetoric and Composition from Cal Poly Pomona and UC Riverside in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts. She has taught at the high school level (Riverside Poly) as well as at the collegiate level for 25 years. She is an accomplished writer, having written Mass: A Sniper, a Father, and a Priest and Teacher at Point Blank, as well as a substantial number of articles, essays and stories. In 2010, she was selected as the NCTE Donald Murray winner for Writing and Teaching. In her lecture, entitled Private Letters and Public Witness—50 Years After America’s First School Shooting, Scott-Coe will share the story of Kathy, a first-year high school biology teacher, 50 years after she was stabbed to death by her husband on August 1, and before he began his assault on the community. “I will discuss how the newly-discovered private letters add an important dimension to our notions of ‘first responders’ in domestic terror,” she said. “I will share how I came to discover and be entrusted with this epistolary archive (more than 300 pages of writings by Kathy, dated between 1962-66), my methods for studying the material and why Kathy’s letters offer compelling and highly-relevant testimony a half century later.” The lecture is free and open to the public, but parking rules will be enforced; please see metered machines for parking passes and regulations.
  • May 16
    Board of Trustees Regular Board Meeting 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Location - District Offices Board Room
    Board of Trustees Regular Meeting
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