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April 23, 2021

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Saturday, April 24, 2021

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Change Agent Summit

If you are even remotely paying attention to what has been going on in the world, you are likely worried – worried about the state of the world and what our future may hold.  The climate crisis, systemic racism and white supremacy, gun violence and domestic terrorism, housing & food insecurity, mental health, fascism, walls, pandemics, and the list goes on....  What can one person or a small group do?  Where to start?  What will make a true difference?  What skills should one have?  Who is doing the work locally?  How can one contribute?  

We invite student leaders, young people, organization volunteers, and local change makers to join us for a half-day summit bringing together up and coming social justice change makers with Butte County community organizers and leaders to share wisdom, skills, motivation and inspiration. 

This event will feature just a few of the many important issues in Butte County and amazing change agents working to create positive change in our region and the greater world.  Know there is much more going on locally and many more people working hard!  What are your passions and skills?   What local organization or organizer can you support?

Click here for the full Change Agent Summit Event Schedule

Click here to register via Zoom

Friday, April 30, 2021

Satisfactory Academic Progress Extenuating Circumstances Appeal (SAP)
Last day to submit SAP Appeal for the Spring 2021 semester is April 30, 2021. Students who failed to meet SAP criteria can file a SAP Appeal if student had extenuating circumstances. Extenuating circumstances may include serious illness or injury, the death of an immediate family member, or other non-recurring catastrophic or compelling situation beyond the student's reasonable control. For instructions on how to submit a SAP Appeal ONLINE, please log into your MyBC FA Self Service and click on Complete Required Documents and look for SAP Appeal.
12:00 AM Spring 2021 Maximum Timeframe Appeal Deadline
Deadline for submitting a Maximum Timeframe Appeal (MT) for the Spring 2021 semester is April 30, 2021. This appeal is for students who are disqualified for exceeding time frame requirements of their program may appeal by submitting a Maximum Timeframe Appeal. For instructions on how to submit a MT Appeal ONLINE, please log into your MyBC FA Self Service Portal and click on Complete Required Documents and look for Maximum Timeframe Appeal links.
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM May Student Services Anti-Racist Training
Frank Harris III presents on "The Influences of Masculinities on Student Success for Men of Color".
 
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Friday, April 23, 2021

All Day Butte College Virtual Gallery- Public Arts by Local Artist (Multi-Day Event)

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The Butte College Gallery is featuring public art works by local artists in Butte County, in a virtual gallery exhibit. This virtual exhibit will be available for viewing online until June of 2021. Local artists include murals by Scott Teeple, Gregg Payne, David Barta, Ted Hanson, Frank Wilson, Christian Garcia, Shepard Fairey, and John Pugh.

 

For more info, contact Daniel Donnelly: donnellyda@butte.edu

Main Campus
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM How Can We Prepare Students for a Changing World of Science? - Dr. Mya Poe
FLEX # 676
In this workshop, we will use different ways of narrating the history of science to think about how diverse perspectives can be brought to the table. We will then use these historical tellings and re-tellings of science as a springboard to discuss four ethical issues in scientific publishing today—ethics of authorship and collaboration, data integrity, plagiarism and text recycling, and bias in peer review. Through discussions of these four ethical issues, participants will be able to explore changing norms for disciplinary knowledge-making, make science more inclusive in classroom and lab contexts, and prepare students for the changing world of scientific practice.

Mya Poe is Associate Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program at Northeastern University. Her research focuses on writing assessment, writing development, and scientific communication with particular attention to issues of equity, justice, and fairness. Prior to joining Northeastern, she was the Director of Technical Communication at Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she spent a decade team-teaching and collaborating with faculty in the sciences and engineering. She is the co-author of Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering (CCCC Advancement of Knowledge Award, 2012), co-editor of Race and Writing Assessment (CCCC Outstanding Book of the Year, 2014), and co-editor of Writing Assessment, Social Justice, and the Advancement of Opportunity (2019).

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