|Samia Yaqub, Ph.D.
Planning, Research, and Organizational Development
Interim Vice President
Student Learning and Economic Development
On Wednesday, January 20, 2016, Dr. Yaqub provided information to the campus community during her Institute Day presentation. During Dr. Yaqub's remarks, three of Butte College's esteemed faculty and staff provided presentations about exciting projects in student equity, high school partnerships, and student success in ESL.
Following Dr. Yaqub's presentation, faculty and staff were invited to discuss Student Success Initiatives and related breakout sessions in ARTS 160.
On Wednesday, August 19, 2015, Dr. Yaqub provided information to the campus community during her first Institute Day presentation as the Interim Superintendent/President! Following Dr. Yaqub's remarks, Giovanna Vera (Administrative Assistant-President's Office) gave an inspirational speech about her experiences and how the Diversity Committee members have impacted her as a student attending Butte College.
The guest speaker for this year's Institute Day was Dr. Darrick Smith, Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership at the University of San Francisco. Dr. Smith's presentation, entitled "Thinking About Equity" focused on issues of student equity and educational reform.
On Wednesday, August 20, 2014, Dr. Perry gave a presentation to the faculty and staff of Butte College at the Fall 2014 Institute Day. Dr. Perry took this opportunity to share information with the campus about the past year at Butte College and how the campus will continue to move forward on our journey from excellent to exceptional!
On Wednesday, January 22, 2014, Dr. Perry and the Leadership Team hosted a special guest presenter for Institute Day. Dr. Terry O'Banion provided valuable insight during his presentation entitled The Completion Agenda.
On Wednesday, August 21, 2013, the Leadership Team conducted the Institute Day presentation for Classified and MSC staff in the morning, and for faculty in the afternoon.
At the conclusion of each presentation, those in attendance were treated to a reading of "A Poet-Teacher's Minifesto," authored by Butte College's own Amy Antongiovanni, a faculty member from the English department.