General Meeting Information
Date: January 18,
Time: 4:00 - 5:00
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Time Topic Purpose Discussion Leader 4:00-4:05 Approval of Notes – January 11, 2021 A Mayr Pape 4:05 - 4:10 DASG Report I/D Chamraj, Syed 4:10 - 4:25
“Meeting Students Where they Are” De Anza has won a $2.25 million federal grant to better serve its diverse student population over the next five years, by coordinating delivery of many student services through the new Guided Pathways Villages, expanding the current Learning Communities and creating a new Ethnic and Pride Inclusion Center for historically underserved students, including LGBTQ+ students.
I/D Thomas Ray 4:25 - 5:00
Break into groups to review Program Review Questions (Old form to be updated: Program Review 2019-20 )
A = Action D = Discussion I = Information
Christina EP- Co-Chair
APASA: Christine Chai Khoa Nguyen
BFSA: Melinda Hughes Pauline Wethington
DALA - Eric Mendoza Felisa Vilaubi
Heidi King - Co-Chair
Mary Pape- Co-Chair
TBD (non-DASG student representative)
TBD (non-DASG student representative)
IPBT meeting – January 18, 2022
Tri-chairs: Christina G. Espinosa-Pieb, Mary Pape, Heidi King
Administrative reps: Sam Bliss, Alicia Cortez, Randy Bryant, Anita Muthyala-Kandula, Thomas Ray
Classified reps: Thomas Bailey, Margaret Bdzil, Heidi King
Faculty reps: Pati Carobus, Salvador Guerrero, Terrence Mullens, Mary Pape, Daniel Solomon
Student reps: Anita Chamraj, Fiza Syed
Affinity Group Representatives:
Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators (BFSA): Melinda Hughes, Pauline Wethington
The Asian Pacific American Staff Association (APASA): Christine Chai, Khoa Nguyen
De Anza Latinx Association (DALA): Eric Mendoza, Felisa Vilaubi
Absent: Ilan Glasman, Lydia Hearn, Andrew Stoddard
Guests: Yvette Campbell, Chesa Caparas, Vins Chacko, Mary Donahue,Norma Guido, Susan Ho, Debbie Lee, Dawn Lee, Lisa Ly, Lisa Markus, Melissa Maturino, Lorna Maynard, Elvin T. Ramos, Daniel Smith, Sarah Wallace, Sharon Utomo
Approval of Notes: Notes of January 11, 2022 were approved with minor typographical correction.
DASG Report: Anita Chamraj reported De Anza Student Government (DASG) Senate is considering moving their meetings from Zoom to Discord. After accepting Sarah Morales’ resignation letter, Fiza Syed was appointed DASG Vice President. DASG voted to draft resolution to move all classes online for the next few weeks having heard concerns from multiple students enrolled in Chemistry courses that do not feel safe attending labs in person. The Finance Committee is going through the 2022-2023 Budget Deliberations.
Strengthening Institutions Program Grant Award “Meeting Students Where They Are” https://www.deanza.edu/sip-grant/
De Anza has won a $2.25 million Title III federal grant to better serve its diverse student population over the next five years. Thomas Ray outlined the salient points as presented in De Anza College’s application for the grant authored by Mallory Newell, Deepa Yuvaraj, Alicia Cortez, Veronica Acevedo-Avila, and Lorrie Ranck. The main goals in applying funds from the grant are:· To expand and support learning communities · Provide robust faculty development and mentorship · Expand career planning and student internship program · Expand Summer Bridge
As part of implementation of this grant, two full-time positions are to be filled: Activity Director for Learning Communities and Learning Communities Counselor with emphasis on underserved and LGBTQ+ populations. When questioned about funding these positions at the conclusion of this grant, Thomas stated funding continuance of these positions would be decided through the Planning and Budget process in place at that time.
Update Program Review Questions: IPBT members and guests broke into groups to update program review questions (Old form to be updated: Program Review 2019-20). Groups were formed by section to be updated https://foothilldeanza-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/11248921_fhda_edu/Eu7LEepTR6tHkdrNVdA4nxMBws2GkIJuBkYWXNT_2BWsPQ?e=GNZzjy
At close of breakout rooms, it was agreed to continue update of questions during next meeting. Heidi reminded all that it is classified professionals who are tasked with execution of purchases and implementation into the program of resources funded by IPBT’s allocations. This and all such indirect costs should be figured in when allocations are made.