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2021 DVC Academic Senate faculty lecturer shares some frameworks for mindfulness, social Justice, and capitalism

Jul 23, 2021

The 2021 DVC Academic Senate faculty lecturer, Eric Moss, shared some frameworks for mindfulness, social justice, and capitalism and described how the intersection of these frameworks form a humanistic, sustainable, and pragmatic approach for our economic and social recovery.


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DVC Industry Partnerships Pave the Path from School to Work

Jun 4, 2021

When deciding which college to attend, students typically focus on academics, campus culture, and budget. While this is a good strategy, it is also important to consider opportunities for internships, jobs, mentoring, and networking. Students attending DVC can check all of these boxes. DVC's location is key in helping to forge partnerships with employers throughout the Bay Area.


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Let Your Career Take Flight with a Certificate in Drone Technology

Jun 4, 2021

If you’re looking for a career that will get you out of the office and out into the world, consider drone technology! “We want the student experience to be enriching and educational. Drones are fun to fly! Students are able to fly advanced models with cutting-edge GPS and cameras. We emphasize mapping applications as it is one of the leading sub-sectors in this emerging industry,” said Jeffrey Miller, geography/unmanned aerial systems professor.


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Design Thinking Leads to Better Solutions for Today’s Technology Challenges

Jun 1, 2021

DVC provides many ways for students to respond to real-world challenges. But to develop an effective solution, students need to understand how to approach a complex problem. This is where design thinking comes in.


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Grow Your Horticulture Career at DVC

Jun 1, 2021

Although DVC's horticulture program took root over 40 years ago, recent program updates and changes have spurred new growth. "Our program has evolved to meet the needs of the local community and job market. Many students who take horticulture classes plan on going into their own business.




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