Regional Transfer Success Summit 2017

Regional Transfer Success Summit 2017

Regional Transfer Success Summit 2017: One Degree

November 3, 2017

Moorpark College

Announcing our Keynote Speaker: Dr. Gilda Ochoa

The daughter of first generation college students who together taught junior high school for over sixty years, Dr. Gilda L. Ochoa received her B.A. in sociology from the University of California, Irvine and her Ph.D. from UCLA. She is Professor of Sociology and Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies at Pomona College where she has received several teaching awards. She has authored many articles and three books. Her newest book — Academic Profiling: Latinos, Asian Americans, and the Achievement Gap has received awards for its focus on race and eradicating racism. It was also named as one of 35 books that all educators of African American and Latino students must read. Ochoa’s other books include Becoming Neighbors in a Mexican American Community (2004) on the City of La Puente, Learning from Latino Teachers (2007), and Latina/o Los Angeles (2005), co-edited with her brother Enrique C. Ochoa.


The Regional Transfer Success Summit is sponsored by the ALAS (Aligning Learning and Academic Success) project to serve as a venue for disseminating best practices information on engaging pedagogies and facilitating discussion on effective instructional and high impact practices. The Summit will also serve as an annual gathering for faculty, staff and administrators from all sectors of education to engage in discussion about solutions and strategies that align practices, policies and systems (i.e., cross-institutional learning outcomes, assessments tools, articulation, etc.) to “one degree.”


 RSVP deadline 10/27/2017 – Limited capacity of 150 seats, first come first serve!

Parking will be available in the Zoo Parking lot & Parking Lot M

Questions? Contact Project ALAS staff at