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Fall 2017

Section 1178 of COMM7
Intercultural Communication -- : Sep 12 - Dec 12 2017
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week. The above section requires online homework and consistent access to the internet.

Section 2582 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Aug 21 - Dec 13 2017

Section 2584 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017

Section 2585 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Aug 22 - Dec 14 2017

Section 3756 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Aug 21 - Dec 13 2017

Section 4333 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Aug 21 - Dec 13 2017

Summer 2017

Section 8720 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Jun 19 - Jul 27 2017

Spring 2017

Section 5298 of COMM6
Interpersonal Communication -- : Jan 30 - May 10 2017
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week.

Section 5933 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Jan 18 - May 17 2017

Section 6382 of COMM7
Intercultural Communication -- : Jan 31 - May 11 2017
This is a Petaluma Transfer Track class and is open to all students. Transfer Track classes start late and end early and do not meet during finals week.

Section 6560 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Jan 18 - May 17 2017

Section 7788 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Jan 17 - May 18 2017
The above section is part of the HSI Connections Learning Community and is linked to ENGL1A, #6420, TTh 11am-1pm and LIR 10, #4423, T 9-11am. Students are automatically enrolled in these classes. For more information please contact the HSI office: (707) 521-6066 or hsi@santarosa.edu. No Class 2/16, 3/21 and 3/23.

Section 7789 of SPCH1A
Introduction to Public Speaking -- : Jan 17 - May 18 2017

A California native, I grew up in the Central Valley, moved to the Bay Area to go to college, and then spent 10 years in Los Angeles teaching, consulting, and pining to move back to the Yay Area.

I believe that classroom experiences are co-created and believe noisy classrooms are good classrooms.

I have a broad base of background of study in communication with an emphasis on interpersonal communication, leadership, group communication, organizational communication, intercultural community, critical/cultural studies, conflict resolution, and rhetoric.

In addition to classroom work, I been a community activist and consultant. More recently, I have been working on creating equity in higher education and faculty professional learning.

"Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing."
Rollo May