FaST News


Weeks of February 8 - 19, 2010

FaST News is issued on a biweekly basis. Please send faculty and staff news to Public Information Officer Joan Galvan at jcgalvan@sbcc.edu or call ext. 2307. Time-sensitive information should be received at least three weeks in advance.

 

NOTEWORTHY

SBCC Superintendent/President Dr. Andreea Serban announced on February 4 that SBCC received a successful REAFFIRMATION OF ACCREDITATION from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) at its January meeting. The ACCJC letter stated “The college is commended for an effective program review model that links program review to resource allocation and college planning, for the annual review of the college’s achievement of its goals and objectives as identified in the college plan, for its community services programs, and for creating an environment in which the entire college community is focused on student achievement and learning.” The reaffirmation was extended with no requirements for progress reports or any other interim requirements, a result which few California community colleges have been able to achieve in the last six years. Congratulations to everyone at SBCC who was involved in the extensive process leading up the ACCJC’s site visit Oct. 19 – 22, 2009

 

HELEN PEDOTTI,a philanthropist and major supporter of the College for decades, passed away on January 24. Mrs. Pedotti became a member of the Foundation for SBCC’s Board of Directors in 1984 and served as president of the Foundation Board from 1989 to 1992. In the early 1960s, she served on the Continuing Education Citizens' Advisory Council when the College was still part of the Santa Barbara High School District. In 1980, Mrs. Pedotti was instrumental in helping SBCC to trade the Adult Education Center at 914 Santa Barbara Street for the Garfield Elementary School on Padre Street which eventually became the site of the Continuing Education’s Schott Center. The center is named for her mother Alice F. Schott, a pioneer supporter of Adult Education.

 

Mrs. Pedotti served as chairperson for the SBCC 1987-88 fundraising campaign to raise $1 million in local funds to match the $9 million from the State to build the Luria Library and the Interdisciplinary Studies building on the West Campus and transform the old library on the Main Campus into the Student Services Building.

 

She initiated student scholarships in nursing, assisted with other college fundraising campaigns and provided financial support for numerous other SBCC projects and programs. In recognition of her tremendous leadership and generosity to the College, the Helen L. Pedotti Courtyard was dedicated in her honor in 1996. In June 2008, Mrs. Pedotti appeared at the dedication of the Helen Pedotti Learning Center at the Santa Barbara County Main Jail, so named for her generous gift to enhance basic education in the jail, and her commitment to reduce recidivism through education in Santa Barbara County.

 

The Pedotti family suggests that those wishing to make a donation in memory and honor of Mrs. Pedotti direct their gift to the Foundation for SBCC to support the Pedotti Family Inmate Program. Letters and notes of condolence may be sent to the Family of Helen Pedotti at 1915 Laguna Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Her tremendous support for and impact on our College will last for generations to come.

 

FEBRUARY 2010 FACULTY EXCELLENCE AWARD RECIPIENT – ROBERT DEPENDAHL. Professor of Computer Science Rob Dependahl has worked at SBCC for 30 years. He received his B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Oregon and his M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

What teaching tip or counseling advice do you have for other faculty?

Engage your students personally to participate actively in their SBCC experience. Education is not a bystander sport. Students do not learn much simply sitting in classes listening to teachers, memorizing pre-packaged assignments, and reciting answers. Effective learning requires that they think about what they are learning, write about it, relate it to past experiences and apply it to their daily lives, making what they learn part of themselves. Encouraging these traits can enhance student learning as well as your own teaching experience.

 

What "Words of Wisdom" do you have for other faculty?

A passionate love of your discipline and profession is a must, as is a sincere desire that each student be bettered, daily. Applying your own passion for your chosen discipline in the classroom dramatically enhances the learning experience, enabling students to excel far beyond what they might otherwise expect.

 

What careers or jobs did you have before working at SBCC?

Out of college, I worked at the Holiday Inn, in Goleta, making $2 an hour, looking, waiting, and hoping for that first opportunity in computer science. It came six months later when I was hired by Burroughs Corporation to design and implement an Operation System for their B-1700 computer product line. Several years later, I accepted a new job working as Systems and Programming Manager for the Santa Barbara School District. At this time, I also began teaching evening classes at SBCC. I soon became Director of Data Processing. My final and best job decision was to come teach full-time at SBCC. Soon after employment, I became Department Chair of Computer Science, and was chair until Fall 2007.

 

Who was your most influential teacher and why?

My most influential teacher was Dr. Richard Koch, a mathematics professor at the University of Oregon. He’d come into the classroom every morning with the most unbelievable enthusiasm. Sometimes he’d even hop up on the classroom’s front table. Waving his arms, he’d point at the chalkboard to make a point. Even though I did not always understand his point, the fact that he was so enthused rubbed off on me. I figured there must have been something in it for me! My teaching takes on many of the characteristics that he offered all those years ago.

 

What is your favorite student line or excuse?

After missing a class… “Hi Coach, I missed your last class… did I miss anything?”

 

What do you love about your job?

I surely love my chosen discipline. I likewise love helping others. And, you can’t beat Santa Barbara! So, what could be better than teaching Computer Science, in Santa Barbara, at the best community college in the country? I’m energized when students get ‘turned-on’ to the ideas I share, when they choose to apply these ideas on their own in interesting ways, when their lives are changed for better, forever. There is no finer discipline than teaching. The personal rewards simply cannot be surpassed by any other life endeavor.

 

What is your favorite place in the world?

The classroom at Santa Barbara City College Outside Santa Barbara, it’s a toss-up between Amsterdam (the best people-watching city in the world) and Paris (with its ambience and culture). But then again, it’s hard to beat the surreal sense of God’s creation when viewing the Milky Way on a clear summer night, in Bear Valley (High Sierra Nevada), California.

 

What is your personal motto?

“Enjoy this moment, for it will never come again.”

 

 

WEEKS OF FEBRUARY 8 - 19

MUSICAL CONCERT.The SBCC Harold Dunn Memorial Concert Series will offer the following concert in February: “Jazz Night at Soho,” Mon., Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. at the Soho Music Club, 1221 State St., Santa Barbara, $12 cover charge. For more information, contact the Interim Theatre Box Office at 965-5935. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 1- 5 p.m.

 

TRANSFER CENTER. SBCC students interested in transferring are welcome to schedule appointments or go to walk up tables with representatives from various colleges with which SBCC has transfer agreements.

-Academy of Art University, San Francisco, Tues., Feb. 9, walk up table, 10 a.m.- 2:30 p.m., Campus Center

-Antioch University, Wed., Feb. 10, walk up table, 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m., (location TBD) and appointments, 1:30 – 6 p.m., Transfer Center; Wed., Feb. 17, walk up table, 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m., (location TBD) and appointments, 1:30 – 6 p.m., Transfer Center; and Mon., Feb. 22, walk up table, 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m., (location TBD) and appointments, 1:30 –

4 p.m., Transfer Center

-California Lutheran University, Thurs., Feb. 11, appointments, 10 a.m. – noon, Transfer Center, and walk up table, noon – 1:30 p.m., West Campus

 

STUDY ABROAD. The SBCC Study Abroad Program will offer the following information programs in the next two weeks:

-Spanish in Costa Rica, June 19 – July 17, 2010 (4 weeks) - Wed. Feb. 10, at 1 p.m. in ESL 8

-Spanish Language, Art, and Culture in Chile & Argentina, September 10 – December 6, 2010 (12 weeks) – Wed., Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. in H-328 Language Lab, Humanities Building

 

LEARNING SKILLS WORKSHOP SERIES. The following Learning Skills and Writing workshops will be offered during the next two weeks. All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend, and proof of attendance will be provided.

-“Note-taking Strategies” on Thurs., Feb. 11 from 1:00 – 1:50 p.m. in the Cartwright Learning Resource Center Tutorial Lab on West Campus

-“Assignment Analysis” on Thurs., Feb. 18 from 1:00 – 1:50 p.m. in the Cartwright Learning Resource Center on West Campus

-“Math Confidence/Overcoming the Fear of Math” on Fri., Feb. 19 from 1:10 – 2:00 p.m. in the Gateway to Student Success Center (ECC 33) on East Campus

 

PRO COURSE. The Professional Development Center will offer the following course in the Spring 2010 Workplace Success Series during the next two weeks.

-“Business Writing” on Tues., Feb. 16 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Wake Center in Room 28. Participants will develop effective and professional writing skills with the understanding of proper business tone and formatting, along with organizing information for written communications, including letters, memos and e-mail. (This is a .5 unit class). This workplace-training course can be used for Professional Growth Increments and is eligible for flex credit. To RSVP, e-mail rowley@sbcc.eduor call 683-8284.

 

 

UPCOMING

Dean of Educational Programs ALICE SCHARPER and Political Science Professor JOE MARTORANA will participate in the Tues., Feb. 9 community conversation panel for UCSB/SBCC/SB Reads. The event will take place at 5:30 p.m. at the Faulkner Gallery at the Santa Barbara Central Library, and the panel will discuss the issues addressed in the book Enrique’s Journey: The Story of a Boy’s Dangerous Odyssey to Reunite with his Mother by Sonia Nazario.

 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH. The Black Student Union (BSU) will sponsor the following events in recognition of Black History Month.

-Thurs., Feb. 18 at 6 p.m. in the BC Forum – Filming of the Spike Lee film Do the Right Thing. This heralded film depicts racial tensions in New York City (1989), and a discussion will follow.

-Tues., Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. in the BC Forum – The BSU will host a student panel comprised of a diverse range of students who will address some of the most taboo questions centering around the perceptions of the black community and what it means to be black. This panel will be opened with a video of students who will respond to the question "Is the celebration of Black History Month still relevant in today's society?"

 

The BSU also will be raising funds for Haiti by selling wrist bands and donating a portion of the proceeds to Phi Theta Kappa's relief fund efforts and to Direct Relief International. Please be sure to look for the BSU tables around campus.

 

DORANTES LECTURE. Dr. Janet Afary, UCSB Mellichamp Chair in Global Religion and Modernity, will deliver the annual Leonardo Dorantes Memorial Lecture on Wed., March 10 from 12:45 -2:05 p.m. at the SBCC Sports Pavilion. Born and raised in Iran, Dr. Afary is an internationally known scholar and activist, and her lecture topic will be “The Politics of Veiling in Modern Iran.”

 

FACULTY LECTURE. Dr. Robert “Bob” Gray, Professor of Earth Science, will deliver the 31st Annual Faculty Lecture on Thurs., March 11, at 2:30 p.m. at the SBCC Sports Pavilion. His presentation is titled “The Last Great Extinction: Exiled Mammoths of the Channel Islands and Saber Tooth Cats of Rancho La Brea.” Delivering the lecture is considered the highest honor bestowed on a faculty member each year.

 

SBCC GOLF CLASSIC. The Athletics Department will sponsor the 17th annual SBCC Golf Classic on Mon., March 15 at LaCumbre Country Club. This year’s “Centennial” classic will honor Ron Werft, president and chief executive officer of Cottage Health System. The fundraiser for Vaqueros Athletics will feature four-person scrambles with awards in three flights followed by a silent auction and raffle. Special gifts and prizes also will be given in other contests. The cost is $1,000 per foursome and $1,050 after March 1. For information, call the Classic hotline at (805) 730-4076 or visit sbcc.edu/athletics

 

THEATRE ARTS. The SBCC’s Theatre Arts Department will present The Suicide, a student showcase production written by Nikolai Erdman, translated by John Freedman and directed by Katie Laris, from March 12 – 20 at the Interim Theatre. A preview show is scheduled for March 11. In The Suicide, the unlikely hero Semyon Semyonovich longs to make a dramatic change in his life following a year of unemployment. His first idea -- to make a living as a concert tuba player is dashed when he realizes he also needs a piano in order to tune his instrument. Cast back into despair, he determines to take his own life, blaming no one for his decision. As the news spreads quickly, a whole host of characters arrive hoping to take advantage of his action. But as they propel him enthusiastically forward towards his chosen path, Semyon begins to have doubts about the whole proposition. Performances: Thursday through Saturday, March 11-13 @ 8pm; Sunday, March 14 @ 2 p.m. (this performance will be live-captioned for the hearing-impaired); and Tuesday through Saturday, March16- 20 @

8 p.m. Ticket prices: $15 general/$12 seniors/$6 students. For tickets, call the Interim Theatre Box at 965-5935. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 1- 5 p.m.

 

 

FOR STUDENTS ONLY

SBCC faculty is encouraged to invite their students to enter the 2010 EMMONS POETRY CONTEST. Submissions and judging take place entirely online and prizes range from $100 to $600. All qualified students from any academic major must be enrolled in at least six units of SBCC college credit coursework by April 28, 2010, the date the prizes are awarded. To enter go to: http://emmons.sbcc.edu/index.php

 

February 28 is the deadline for students to apply for the Internships in Nanosystems Science, Engineering and Technology (INSET) Program from June 21 – August 13 at UCSB. The program brings together science, engineering and social science community undergraduates at the UCSB campus for a summer research experience. The interns are individually matched with UCSB faculty and graduate student lab mentors and will attend weekly meetings and special seminars. The stipend is $3,000 total for eight weeks at 35 hours per week. Free housing and travel to and from the UCSB campus will be provided. For more information, go to: http://education.cnsi.ucsb.edu/inset.htmlor contact Ofelia Aguirre at 893-7472.

 

 

ONGOING

At the ATKINSON GALLERY, the art exhibit DENSITY is on display thorough Fri., Feb. 19. The exhibit features the works of seven artists from the New York, Chicago, and Southern California areas. The art is labor intensive, non-computer based and dense with visual information and considerable handwork A mix of media and scale are included ranging from large on-site wall installations to small prints to a 22 foot-long rug woven with shirt labels. The featured artists are: Ann Diener (Santa Barbara), Linda Ekstrom (Santa Barbara), Tony Fitzpatrick (Chicago). Steve Galloway (Los Angeles),Christine Morla (Ventura), Arthur Sordillo (New York), and Thomas Weaver (New York). The Atkinson Gallery is located in the Humanities Building on East Campus. Hours: Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Friday – Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Information: 965-0581 ext. 3484.

 

FEBRUARY COSMETOLOGY SPECIALS. The following specials are available February 1 – 26. Facial Specials: Bring a guest and purchase a regular price facial and receive the second facial at 50 percent off; Complimentary lip wax with a full leg wax. Hair Care Specials: Complimentary deep conditioning with a haircut and blow dry service; Partial weave and haircut for $35. The academy is located in the Magnolia Shopping Center at 5160 Hollister Ave. in Santa Barbara. Open Mon. - Fri. from 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Closed February 12 and 15 for holidays.) Gift certificates are available. For information or an appointment, call 683-4191.

 

 

CAMPUS KUDOS

DR. LARRY JON FRIESEN, Professor of Biological Sciences, was honored with the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s first “Legacy Award” on Thurs., Jan. 28. Dr. Friesen’s contributions to the museum range from creating a new scholarship for undergraduate students who have an interest in natural history research to redesigning the museum’s entire website in 2002. He also has generously donated hundreds of his nature photographs for exhibits at the museum’s various sites including the Sea Center and the Mission Canyon campus and for museum education projects. At the dinner during which Dr. Friesen received the award, he was cited as “a world class teacher, scientist, photographer and philanthropist.”

 

DR. MICHELLE PADDACK, Biological Sciences Instructor, recently co-authored a scientific paper on marine reserves and reef fish diversity in the January 2010 issue of PLoS ONE. The article is titled “Using Ecological Null Models to Assess the Potential for Marine Protected Area Networks to Protect Biodiversity.”

 

EOPS Counselor DAVE MORELY was elected chairman of the Board of Managers of YMCA Youth and Family Services, a branch of the Channel Islands YMCA that operates Noah’s Anchorage Youth Crisis Center in Santa Barbara, the Isla Vista Teen Center in Isla Vista and Street Outreach Services in the greater Santa Barbara area.

 

SBCC filmmaking and screening writing students were selected as finalists in the Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s 10-10-10 Student Filmmaking Competition. Thewinning films will be shown during closing night festivities at the Arlington Theatre on Sun., Feb. 14. The SBCC finalists include: (filmmaking) JOSH SEXTON, ALI SOMMER, and CHRIS THOMAS; and (screenwriting) BRITTANY SANDLER.

 

SBCC golf player JESSE FERRIS captured medalist honors in the 11-team Bakersfield Invitational on Tues., Feb. 2. Also, the VAQUEROS VOLLEYBALL TEAM beat Grossmont College on Sat., Jan. 30 for the consolation title of the Long Beach Men’s Volleyball Tournament.

 

 

IN PASSING

SBCC student RHETT SMITH, 22, passed away suddenly in Carpinteria on Wed., Jan. 6. In his honor, SBCC will host a flag-lowering ceremony onTues., Feb. 9 at Noon in front of the Luria Library on West campus. Everyone is invited to attend. Rhett started at SBCC in Fall 2008 and enrolled and completed one class, Animal Biology, in Fall 2009. He also was a student worker in Food Services. Rhett is survived by his parents Linda and Gary Smith of Somis, his siblings Rory, Ryan and Robin Smith, and extended family members. Contributions in Rhett’s memory can be made to: The Theodore Payne Foundation for wildflowers and native plants, 10459 Tuxford St., Sun Valley, CA 91352. We extend our sincere sympathies to Rhett’s family, his instructors, classmates and friends and invite the College community to come together on February 9 to remember him.

 

 

IN THE NEWS

SBCC Superintendent/President DR. ANDREEA SERBAN described how the State budget crisis is affecting Summer 2010 class offerings in the February 6 Santa Maria Times.

 

FRED MARSCHAK, Professor of Earth & Planetary Science, explained why Florida is NASA’s preferred space shuttle launch pad in the February 4 Christian Science Monitor.

 

Adjunct Instructor ISAAC JENKINS discussed how he draws upon a rich Black heritage for his musical and teaching inspiration in a feature story in the February 2 Santa Barbara News Press.

 

SBCC’s CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT/HOME HEALTH AIDE PROGRAM received a shot in the art in the form of a $385,000 grant from the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation, as reported in the February 1 Noozhawk.

 

The art exhibit ‘DENSITY,’ currently on display at the Atkinson Gallery, was reviewed in the January 22 CASA Magazine, the January 29 Santa Barbara News Press, and the February 4 Santa Barbara Independent (online). Remarks ranged from “(the artwork) asks viewers to slow down and appreciate the time-consuming process of each piece” to “(the exhibit) is an intriguingly loose yet well-connected show…which brings together disparate artists with common traits”

 

Thurs., Jan. 21: SBCC trees damaged by high winds during storms, KEYT-TV, Channel 3

Fri., Jan. 22: “Density” exhibit at Atkinson is intense, visual experience, CASA Magazine

Mon., Jan. 25: Former athletic coach Rusty Fairly honored at SB Athletic Roundtable and update on Men’s and Women’s basketball, Presidio Sports and Santa Barbara News Press

Thurs., Jan. 28: Women’s basketball team earns WSC victory over Cuesta, Men’s basketball team loses to Cougars, Santa Barbara News Press

Thurs., Jan. 28: Helen Pedotti, philanthropist and SBCC supporter, passes away at age 93, Santa Barbara Independent

Thurs., Jan. 28: SBCC culinary graduate Joel Huff returns to Central Coast to head up Tydes at Coral Casino, Santa Barbara News Press

Thurs., Jan. 28: Secrets of chocolate chemistry, “Technique 101” cooking column by Randy Bublitz, Santa Barbara News Press

Fri., Jan. 28: Women’s Tennis team posts impressive victory over Reedly, Presidio Sports

Fri., Jan. 29: Women’s Tennis team defeats Reedly, Men’s Tennis team drop to Riverside, Santa Barbara News Press

Fri., Jan. 29: “Density” represents art of the kneading kind, Santa Barbara News Press

Sat., Jan. 30: Men’s Basketball team defeated by Moorpark, Presidio Sports

Sun., Jan. 31: Former SBCC student Ernestine De Soto traces her Chumash roots, thanks to a researcher’s studies, Los Angeles Times

Sun., Jan. 31: SBCC instructor Sarah Hock discusses how controversy increases potential interest in television ads, Santa Barbara News Network

Sun., Jan. 31: Women’s Basketball team beats Moorpark, Softball Team outplays Foothill, Santa Barbara News Press

Mon., Feb. 1: SBCC’s OMEGA program participates in Friendship Center fundraiser, Planet Santa Barbara

Mon., Feb. 1: SBCC’s CNA/HHA Program receives $385,000 grant, Noozhawk

Tues., Feb. 2: Isaac Jenkins draws upon Black heritage for musical and teaching inspiration, Santa Barbara News Press

Tues., Feb. 2: Men’s Golf team progresses at Bakersfield Invitational, Santa Barbara News Press

Wed., Feb. 3: SBCC filmmaking and screening writing students pair up for 10-10-10 competition at Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Santa Barbara Daily Sound and Santa Barbara News Press

Wed., Feb. 3: SBCC Golf team player Jesse Ferris grabs title in Bakersfield Invitational, Presidio Sports

Thurs., Feb. 4: Artwork at “Density” requires slow, in-depth viewing, Santa Barbara Independent (online)

Thurs, Feb. 4: Fred Marschak talks about NASA and the state of Florida’s role as a launch pad for space shuttles, Christian Science Monitor

Fri., Feb. 5: SBCC Baseball team hopes to find balance in upcoming season, Santa Barbara Daily Sound

Fri., Feb. 5: Men’s Golf team has second straight conference title in sight, Santa Barbara Daily Sound

Fri., Feb. 5: SBCC Theatre Group presents play The Suicide, Broadway World.com

Sat., Feb. 6: SBCC@100, a Centennial film directed by Media Arts students William Conlin and Simon Freeman debuts at Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Edhat

Sat., Feb. 6: Allan Hancock summer classes on rise, Santa Maria Times

Sun., Feb. 7: SBCC dean and faculty participating in panel conversation for Enrique’s Journey, Santa Barbara News Press

Sun., Feb. 7: Women’s Basketball team wins over L.A. Pierce, Men’s Basketball team loses game to L.A. Pierce, Men’s Volleyball team takes two matches from San Diego Mesa and Grossmont, Santa Barbara News Press

Sun., Feb. 7: Dr. Joe Dobbs heading SBCC District Board of Trustees, “Out and About,” Santa Barbara News Press

 

February 2010: SBCC Centennial activities continue, The Mesa Paper

 

 

DEAN DUTY

(Week of Feb. 8 - 13)

Mon., Feb. 8

Haas* (McLellan)

 

Tues., Feb. 9

Haas (K. O’Connor)

 

Wed., Feb. 10

Haas (Partee)

 

Thurs., Feb. 11

Haas (Pazich)

 

Sat., Feb. 13

Friedlander/Spaventa

 

(Week of Feb. 15 – 20)

Mon., Feb. 15

HOLIDAY – Washington’s Day

 

Tues., Feb. 16

Haas (Scharper)

 

Wed., Feb. 17

Haas (Smith)

 

Thurs., Feb. 18

Haas (Sullivan)

 

Sat., Feb. 20

Friedlander/Spaventa

 

*Jane Haas can be reached at ext. 2638

 

 

MONTH’S MEETINGS

Mon., Feb. 8: SBCC District Board of Trustees’ Fiscal Committee in SS 240 at 4 p.m.

Wed., Feb. 10: Academic Senate in BC 214 at 3 p.m.

Thurs., Feb. 11: SBCC District Board of Trustees’ Study Session in A 218 at 4 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 19: Instructors’ Association Board in BC 214 at 8 a.m.

Mon., Feb. 22: SBCC District Board of Trustees’ Facilities’ Committee in A 218 at 4 p.m.

Tues., Feb. 23: College Planning Council in A 218 at 3 p.m.

Wed., Feb. 24: Academic Senate in BC 214 at 3 p.m.

Thurs., Feb. 25: SBCC District Board of Trustees’ monthly meeting in A 211 at 4 p.m.

 

 

EVENTS’ CALENDAR

Tues., Feb. 9

Women’s Tennis – Antelope Valley College @SBCC, 2 p.m.

Baseball - Glendale College @ SBCC at 2 p.m.

Men’s Volleyball – Golden West College @ SBCC, 7 p.m.

 

Wed., Feb. 10

Women’s Basketball – Ventura College @ SBCC, 5 p.m.

Men’s Basketball – Ventura College @ SBCC, 7 p.m.

 

Thurs., Feb. 11

Men’s Tennis – San Diego Mesa @ SBCC, 2 p.m.

Baseball – Antelope Valley College @ Lancaster, 2 p.m.

Softball – L.A. Mission College @ SBCC, 2:30 p.m.

 

Fri., Feb. 12

Lincoln’s Day, Holiday

Men’s Golf – Rio Hondo Invitational @ California Country Club, 10 a.m.

Women’s Tennis, Grossmont @ Grossmont, 11 a.m.

 

Sat., Feb. 13

Men’s Volleyball – Palomar Tournament @ Palomar, all day

Baseball – Antelope Valley College @ SBCC, 1 p.m.

Women’s Basketball – Oxnard College @ Oxnard, 5 p.m.

Men’s Basketball – Oxnard College @ Oxnard, 7 p.m.

 

Mon., Feb. 15

Washington’s Day, Holiday

Softball – Pasadena College @ Pasadena, 2 p.m.

Men’s Golf – Citrus College hosts @ Glendora, Time TBA

 

Tues., Feb. 16

Priority Degree/Certificate filing period begins

Women’s Tennis – Glendale College @ SBCC, 2 p.m.

Men’s Tennis – Glendale College @ Glendale, 2 p.m.

 

Wed., Feb. 17

Men’s Golf – Ventura College Invitational @ Monarch Dunes GC, 11:30 a.m.

Women’s Basketball – Allan Hancock @ Santa Maria, 5 p.m.

Men’s Basketball – Allan Hancock @ Santa Maria, 7 p.m.

 

Thurs., Feb. 18

Women’s Tennis – Bakersfield College @ Bakersfield 2 p.m.

Men’s Tennis – Bakersfield College @ SBCC, 2 p.m.

Softball – Bakersfield College @ Bakersfield, 5 p.m.

 

Thurs.- Sat., Feb. 18 – 20

Baseball – Solano College @ SBCC, Thurs., 2 p.m., Fri., 2 p.m., Sat.,11 a.m.

 

Sat., Feb. 20

Track & Field – Pomona Pitzer All-Comers @ Claremont, 9 a.m.

Women’s Basketball – Cuesta College @ SBCC, 5 p.m.

Men’s Basketball – Cuesta College @ SBCC, 7 p.m.

 

Fri., Feb. 26

Last day to Petition for Pass/No Pass

 

 

 

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