After trailing by just three votes in the race for the district two seat on the PCC Board of Trustees on election night, Jim Osterling has pulled decisively ahead of opponent Tom Selinske, 2,163 to 2,045.
The PCC Faculty Association has endorsed Tom Selinkse for the district two seat and Hoyt Hilsman for the district four seat on the PCC Board of Trustees.
Questions about the direction and leadership of the college dominated the conversation inside the Westerbeck Recital Hall during an open forum Wednesday night.
Pasadena City College will host a forum for the six candidates campaigning for two open seats on the Pasadena Area Community College District Board on Oct 6 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Westerbeck Recital Hall in the Center for the Arts.
After 32 years, Dr. Jeanette Mann will be stepping down from her seat on the PCC Board of Trustees.
The Superintendent-Presidential search process hit a bit of a snag during Wednesday evening’s Board of Trustees’ meeting, as the board appeared to be on different pages in terms of the bylaws and timeline of the search process—both of which were agreed upon months ago.
An official from the Community College League of California clarified that the administration has the final say on issues that are discussed between the “participatory governance” groups at a technical visit on April 14.
Student Trustee Simon Fraser sent a scathing email to the Board of Trustees on Friday detailing his involvement in the commencement debacle and categorically denying that the formal invitation he sent to Academy Award winner and PCC alumnus Dustin Lance Black to be this year’s commencement speaker, was without college approval.
After miscommunication issues arose about who has the final decision regarding who the commencement speaker will be, the Board of Trustees decided to take a closer look at its policy Wednesday night.