The Semester is Winding Down: The semester is ending and the holidays are upon us. We wish you a good last few weeks of the semester and a relaxing and enjoyable holiday season.
ADJUNCT FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS: This month we have two outstanding achievements to showcase.
In this issue we recognize:
Penny Dawn Steffen of the English Department:
Penny, under the pseudonym Sasha Dawn, has released her 8th novel, OBLIVION via Egmont USA. It is a psychological thriller for ages 14 and up. Currently, it’s available in hardcover but the paperback may be released in the spring.
Additionally, she has sold her second thriller, TIGHTROPE. It will be available spring 2016, and she has had some interest expressed in its movie rights, too!
Ed Bates of the History Department:
Ed has developed a special topics class that is both interesting and very timely.
History 299 – 001 Special Topics in History: U.S. Immigration and Ethnicity
Spring Semester,2015; Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 – 1:45 PM
Ed told me: “The story of immigration to America is as Continue reading “December, 2014 CLC-AFO Adjunct Newsletter”