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Step 3: College Orientation 
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Step 5: Education Plan
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Modesto Junior College

Humanities

Humanities Program

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Humanities Program Highlights

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Faculty

Flora Carter, PAC 2111 

Dr. Chad Redwing, PAC 218

Aishah Saleh, PAC 216

 

Degrees

AA Degree: University Preparation, Emphasis in Humanities

 

Search for Common Ground Project

“The Search For Common Ground: Culture in California’s Central Valley,” is a two-year “Humanities Initiatives Grant” project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities aimed at fostering discussions and curricular development that critically explore the rich cultural heritage, daily life and struggles of those who live in California’s Central Valley.  The project brings together Modesto Junior College and other California community college faculty, as well as regional scholars, artists and leadership from the University of California at Merced, California State University Stanislaus, Fresno State University, The National Steinbeck Center, El Teatro Campesino and the Modesto Junior College Foundation to study the culture of California’s Central Valley, to develop collegial networks for scholarly collaboration and to create thematic curricular modules (grounded in the poetics of local cultural heritages and regionally-lived experiences) for use in a wide-variety of post-secondary classrooms.  

For more information please click on the link above. 

CommonGroundProject

 

Course Schedule Rotation / Humanities Pathway 

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Arts, Humanities & Communications Division

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(209) 575-6081

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