The Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee (EEOAC) is a MiraCosta College District Standing Committee created to assist the District to achieve understanding and support of equal opportunity policies and programs and to ensure the hiring process is conducted according to federal and state regulations.
Where: John MacDonald board room (room 1068) Administration building, Oceanside campus
When: 8:20 to 5:15 pm
Video of interview with President Barak Obama (the introductory commercial is in Spanish, but the remainder of the interview includes English translation)
April 26, 2010, "An Unfinished Conversation" with Lee Mun Wah
A series of events will occur on the Oceanside campus with this nationally-acclaimed lecturer and Master Diversity and Communications Trainer. Lee Mun Wah is a Chinese American community therapist, documentary filmmaker, special education educator, performing poet, Asian folk teller and author. He is also Director of StirFry Seminars and Consulting, which works with corporations, government agencies, educational institutions, and social agencies to facilitate diversity issues through healthy and authentic cross cultural relationships.
Dr. Terrence Roberts Visits MiraCosta College
Cosponsored by the EEOAC and the Black Student Union (BSU), Dr. Terrence Roberts was invited to speak at MiraCosta College on February 24, 2009, as part of the district's Black History Month celebrations. Dr. Roberts made history as one of the "Little Rock Nine" - students who volunteered to desegregate Arkansas' Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Dr. Roberts made two presentations, each to a full house, and stayed afterwards to chat with and answer questions from college students, community members, and local elementary school students.
To view a segment on the Little Rock Nine followed by Dr. Roberts' presentation, please contact Human Resources.
|Dr. Roberts holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from UCLA, a master's degree in social welfare from UCLA, and a Ph.D. in psychology from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. He was a featured guest at President Obama's inauguration in January, 2009.|