Associate Professor Jackie Kuehn becomes the Chair of the Computer Science Department and Computer Science Lab Coordinator succeeding the previous Chair, Dr. Dean Nevins who was Chair and Lab Coordinator since June 2007. Mrs. Kuehn assumes the helm starting June 1st, 2011. Congratulations Jackie!
There is also a Noozhawk article available. Santa Barbara City College’s two programming teams, SBCC++ and SBCC–, took top honors for two-year schools at the 2010 Southern California Regionals for the International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC) Saturday November 13 held at Riverside Community College. Additionally, SBCC placed 15th (SBCC++) and 37th (SBCC–) overall which place SBCC’s teams […]
Original article by Joan Galvan for SBCC’s FAST News ACADEMIC SENATE PRESIDENT. Dr. Dean Nevins, Professor of Computer Science, has been elected SBCC’s next Academic Senate president. He will take office as president-elect at the end of the spring semester and serve as president for the 2011-13 term . Dr. Nevins, who has been associated with the […]
Arnold “Dave” Gowans, Laboratory Teaching Assistant in the SBCC Computer Science Department, was named 2010 Classified Employee of the Year. Dave began his career at teh college as a computer science student. After graduating from SBCC, he transferred to UCSB where he earned a B.S. degree. Upon graduating, Dave returned to SBCC where he has […]
Original article by Joan Galvan for SBCC’s FAST News 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 […]
Original article from the minutes of the SBCC Board of Trustees. Dean Nevins spoke on the 10 years of service of Soheyla Javanbakht. Soheyla started with us about10 years ago, she is actually a product of SBCC and she has made herself an indispensable part of our educational mission. She has done that with a constant […]
Original article by the Independent’s Sam Rolens A host of imitators of rock and roll’s most popular acts from the past 30 years gave bizarre and not entirely lackluster performances this Wednesday on the Santa Barbara City College Campus, playing their beloved classics through a series of humble mediums. Ranging from half-hearted lip-synching to student Chris […]