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1 Introduction: SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY I. Unit Information UNIT SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY YEAR 1 Current Year YEAR 3 YEAR 4 Contact Person MARLENE GALLARDE / Extension / 3054 Complete Analysis Planning Planning II. College and Unit Missions Institutional Planning Framework The college is unified through its demonstrated connection to the mission. Driven by the California Master Plan for er Education, revised by the President's Advisory Council, and approved by the Board of Trustees, it informs all planning and assessment. College Mission Statement The mission of Mt. San Antonio College is to support students in achieving their full educational potential in an environment of academic excellence. SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Mission Statement Enter your Unit mission statement here if applicable III. College Goals and Themes Page 1 of 12

2 College Themes and Goals allow the campus to focus on critical issues. Articulated by the President's Advisory Council and approved by the Board of Trustees, they guide institutional planning and assessment processes. Theme A: To Advance Academic Excellence and Student Achievement College Goal #1 The college will prepare students for success through the development and support of exemplary programs and services. College Goal #2 The college will improve career/vocational training opportunities to help students maintain professional currency and achieve individual goals. College Goal #3 The college will utilize student learning outcome and placement assessment data to guide planning, curriculum design, pedagogy, and/or decision-making at the department/unit and institutional levels. Theme B: To Support Student Access and Success College Goal #4 College Goal #5 The college will increase access for students by strengthening recruitment opportunities for full participation in college programs and services. Students entering credit programs of study will be ready for college level academic achievement. College Goal #6 The college will ensure that curricular, articulation, and counseling efforts are aligned to maximize students' successful university transfer. Theme C: To Secure Human, Technological, and Financial Resources to Enhance Learning and Student Achievement College Goal #7 The college will secure funding that supports exemplary programs and services. College Goal #8 College Goal #9 College Goal #10 College Goal #11 The college will utilize technology to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness and maintain state-of-the-art technology in instructional and support programs. The college will provide opportunities for increased diversity and equity for all across campus. The college will encourage and support participation in professional development to strengthen programs and services. The college will provide facilities and infrastructure that support exemplary programs and the health and safety of the campus community. College Goal #12 The college will utilize existing resources and improve operational processes to maximize efficiency of existing resources and to maintain necessary services and programs. Theme D: To Foster an Atmosphere of Cooperation and Collaboration College Goal #13 The college will improve the quality of its partnerships with business and industry, the community, and other educational institutions. College Goal #14 + Close above section SectionOne The college will improve effectiveness and consistency of dialogue between and among departments, committees, teams, and employee groups across the campus. Page 2 of 12

3 Where We Are: A Summary and Analysis of the Current Year IV. Summary Context - Unit Goals from Unit Goal Name Unit Goal College Theme For Planning Create a more data supported schedule so that the sections and courses are Scheduling A: Academic Excellence meeting the needs of the students Use of Data Use data and outcomes to target courses with low enrollment and explore reasonable solutions related to pedagogy and curriculum, especially for Distance Learning courses A: Academic Excellence ADT Develop the AA-T in Sociology. Develop the AA-T in Philosophy A: Academic Excellence C-ID Submit all SAP courses to C-ID for approval B: Access and Success Dept Processes Communication Establish and implement clear policies and procedures for important and required faculty tasks such as scheduling and faculty evaluations Improve effectiveness and consistency of dialogue between and among the HSS Division, the SAP Department Chair, SAP faculty (full- and part-time) D: Cooperation/Collaboration D: Cooperation/Collaboration Campus Involvement Engage faculty and students in department coordinated events C: Secure Resources POD Maintain staff and faculty excellence through ongoing professional development C: Secure Resources Research Promote undergraduate research B: Access and Success Student Success Promote student success through personal and professional excellence D: Cooperation/Collaboration V. Notable Achievements for V. Notable Achievements for SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Enter your Unit's successes for the year in the table below. Please connect them to your Unit's goals and the College's themes. Text boxes will expand as needed. Add rows (+), delete rows (X). Unit Priority Unit Achievements for the Year Unit Goals/College Themes Page 3 of 12

4 V. Notable Achievements for SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Rank Rank Rank Med Med Med Quarterly s were sent from SAP Dept. Chair Gallarde to all faculty (including adjuncts) to communicate HSS Division and SAP Dept matters. Faculty members Gallarde and Diem continued to work with HSS Asst Dean Velickovic to complete the proposal for both the AA-T in Sociology and the AA-T in Philosophy. Dept Chair created Faculty Packets with instructions and Deadlines for Book Orders, Evaluations, and Teaching Requests. Faculty members Rillorta, Hatch, and Gallarde served on the Scholarship committee. Faculty member Gallarde participated in the Faculty Mentor Program in Fall Dr. Rebecca Hatch continued working with undergraduate research by attending conferences for professional development, coordinating the annual research showcase and competition, and taking students to present their research at conference. Many department members attended conferences (including PSA, ASA, ISA) Sociologist Hatch s student Albert Pastro presented a paper at the University of North Carolina. Philosopher Charles Merward had 8 students writing a thesis defense paper that they will be presenting before a faculty panel. Sociologist Hatch and Philosopher Merward wrote guidelines on modalities of research. Sociologist Stewart Thomas attended a workshop in January sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health on communicating with people who have mental health issues. Philosopher Lane is spearheading a project to have written books transformed to audio books that can be downloaded to any electronic device. Philosopher Wolde-Yohannes book, Ethiopia: Creating a Culture of Progress, is in the process of being transformed to an audio book. Unit: Communication D. Cooperation/Collaboration Unit: ADT Unit: Dept Processes D. Cooperation/Collaboration Unit: Student Success D. Cooperation/Collaboration Unit: POD C. Secure Resources Unit: POD C. Secure Resources Unit: Student Success Unit: POD Unit: POD Unit: POD Page 4 of 12

5 Med Med Sociologist Hatch coordinated the 6th Annual Research Showcase, Tuesday April 19 and 20. Sociologist Hatch and a student presenter attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research; Professor Merward was especially helpful in prepping the student. Sociologist Stewart Thomas is on the Sexual Harassment and Abuse Committee (Title 9). She attended meetings over the winter break and throughout this semester. Philosophers McGruder, Wolde-Yohannes, Merward, Tircuit, and Curtis were present along with Chairperson Gallarde at a meeting with Ryan Nichols of CSUF to discuss transfer agreements The department reviewed and approved the philosophy brochure created by Philosopher Lane. The Human Trafficking Conference organized by Chairperson Gallarde was a success. Over 400 students attended. Philosopher McGruder sponsored a student, Alex Juarez, for the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March. Sociologist Hatch worked with IRB on guidelines for the Soc norm breaking experiment. Rillorta and Diem were granted a sabbatical leave to work on various projects. Sociologist Hatch served as the faculty advisor for the Roosevelt Institute Network Sociologist Gallarde served as the faculty advisor for the Social and Political Awareness Club Sociologist Gallarde served on the Social Justice Task Force. Diem and Gallarde worked on the CI-D alignment for Phil 3. Unit: Campus Involvement Unit: ADT Unit: Campus Involvement Unit: Campus Involvement Unit: Student Success Unit: POD Unit: Campus Involvement Unit: Campus Involvement Unit: Campus Involvement Unit: C-ID D. Cooperation/Collaboration VI. Closing the Loop VI. Closing the Loop for SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY Analysis of Progress, Impacts, and the Use of Results toward achieving Unit and College Goals Page 5 of 12

6 Update Status Plans & Activities Expected Outcomes / Criteria for Success Funding Goals / College Themes This section serves a "reporting" function. The following table displays your plans and activities from your PIE and allows for comment on"completed" plans while forwarding "Ongoing" plans to the planning Section Two where they may be modified for the year. **You cannot modify plans in this section.** 1. Select "Ongoing" or "Completed" for each plan. 2. Ongoing plans may be modified in Section Two. 3. Please "Close the Loop" on completed plans using the comment field provided for your analysis. Discuss how your Unit closes the loop by connecting completed plans to the budget allocated and include results, outcomes, and/or impact of the activity. For example: How did the prioritized college resources connect to your Unit's outcomes? What progress has your Unit made with the resources provided? Include progress on plans that did not require new resources if applicable. Update Status Plans & Activities Expected Outcomes / Criteria for Success Funding Goals / College Themes Ongoing $ Unit: Use of Data Completed Hire full-time faculty for sociology Update the Request to Fill with current enrollment data, staffing data, and outcomes data Staffing C. Secure Resources Mgr. PIE Priority Completion This Plan/Activity will be added to the Plans, Activities, and Resources table in Section-Two Source 2 Lead Marlene Gallare Ongoing Completed Mgr. PIE Priority Ongoing Completed Mgr. PIE Priority Seek reassign time for an undergraduate research coordinator Completion Request and acquire reassignment time for a faculty mentor Completion Select This position will provide the college and students with coordination of research activities on and around campus, research guidance and mentorship for students and faculty, and coordinate the annual research showcase and competition. This Plan/Activity will be added to the Plans, Activities, and Resources table in Section-Two This position will evaluate adjunct faculty and work with them on areas of improvement to increase student success, retention, and teaching effectiveness. This Plan/Activity will be added to the Plans, Activities, and Resources table in Section-Two SectionTwo Where We Are Going: Planning for the Next Two Years: , VII. Planning Context: Unit Goals Assessed and Revised $ $ Staffing Source 2 Staffing Source 2 Lead Marlene Gallarde Unit: Student Success VII. Planning Context - Unit Goals Assessed and Revised for SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY The following table contains the over arching goals that guide your Unit's mission and the mission of the college (as noted in Section One). Over arching goals are not specific plans or activities, but more general goals that drive your Unit's mission. Continue, revise, or add new goals as appropriate for the continuation of your planning for the current four-year cycle ( through ). Add rows (+), delete rows (-) as needed. Unit Goal Name Unit Goal College Theme Lead Page 6 of 12

7 Unit Goal Name Unit Goal College Theme Scheduling Use of Data ADT Create a more data supported schedule so that the sections and courses are meeting the needs of the students Use data and outcomes to target courses with low enrollment and explore reasonable solutions related to pedagogy and curriculum, especially for Distance Learning courses Develop the AA-T in Sociology. Develop the AA-T in Philosophy A: Academic Excellence A: Academic Excellence A: Academic Excellence C-ID Dept Processes Communication Campus Involvement POD Research Student Success Submit all SAP courses to C-ID for approval Establish and implement clear policies and procedures for important and required faculty tasks such as scheduling and faculty evaluations Improve effectiveness and consistency of dialogue between and among the HSS Division, the SAP Department Chair, SAP faculty (full- and part-time) Engage faculty and students in department coordinated events Maintain staff and faculty excellence through ongoing professional development Promote undergraduate research Promote student success through personal and professional excellence B: Access and Success D: Cooperation/Collaboration D: Cooperation/Collaboration C: Secure Resources C: Secure Resources B: Access and Success D: Cooperation/Collaboration VIII. Conditions and Trends Informing Planning VIII. Conditions and Trends The following table is intended to track conditions and trends that influence planning over a multi-year period beginning that began with the year. Review, revise and/or add new information as necessary. Please include data sources used. Select the "Year" in column one to reflect changes. The "Link to Data Sources and Support Options" button will open a Mt. SAC webpage that offers suggestions and links for potential data sources for your Unit. (Text boxes will expand. Add (+) rows, delete (-) rows as needed.) Page 7 of 12

8 Year External Conditions, Trends, or Impacts Data Sources Cont'd Cont'd. There is a lack of a research center or a centralized coordinator on campus. Disciplines engage in undergraduate research at varying levels. Faculty member Rebecca Hatch spends numerous hours weekly beyond her contract hours to meet with students and guide them in their research projects Cont'd. Limited funding of conference and travel and professional development Academic Senate Meeting, June 2015 SOCIOLOGY Cont'd. Limited or unreliable technology in classrooms in 26 building. Repair Rquests Cont'd. Limited classroom availability during the T/TH 945am-1110am time slot which is ideal for our Phil courses Argos Cont'd. Limited space for adjunct faculty to meet with students Facilities Cont'd. More demands on department chair with less or insufficient compensation FA, Contract Cont'd. Changes in the adjunct faculty evaluation process three years in a row FA, Contract Cont'd. H.8 Adjunct Summary changes in criteria are unclear and vague FA, Contract Cont'd. More restrictions and compliance requirements for online classes without the staff support to help faculty in the transition OLSC Year Internal Conditions, Trends, or Impacts Data Sources Cont'd. Staffing: David Medina retired (Fall 2013); increased demand for SOC 5, increased demand for SOC 1, AD-T in Sociology will create more demand for specialized courses Cont'd. Several broken desks in the classrooms, missing instructor desk in 26A-3630, faculty rearranging classrooms Cont'd. Enrollment Issues: Some courses and sections do not fill as quickly and are at risk of cancellation. Some faculty are limited to teaching in the evenings only, but student demand for evening philosophy courses is not as strong as previous years Cont'd. Facilities Issues: Many of sections are offered during prime times to meet student demand. However, the classrooms in 28B offer limited technology and create instructional barriers. POD Argos/Enrollment for Fall 2014, Winter 2015, Spring 2015 Repair Requests from Argos/Enrollment for Fall 2014, Winter 2015, Spring 2015 Argos/Enrollment for Fall 2014, Winter 2015, Spring 2015 Year Retention and/or Success Data Data Sources Enter/Discuss Retention and Success Data that will inform your PIE Planning this year. Add(+)rows for each item. Cite Data Sources Year Critical Decisions Data Sources Page 8 of 12

9 Cont'd. Increased focus on course offerings, focusing on core courses like SOC 1, SOC 5 Argos Cont'd. Limit Phil 9 course offerings to meet demand Argos Cont'd. Rotate specialized courses to meet demand Argos Cont'd. Participated in Honors Program Cohort Argos Cont'd. Assign classes to adjuncts in the pool due to unfulfilled faculty position requests Argos Cont'd. Requested two full time faculty positions Argos Cont'd. Recruit more adjunct for sociology due to reassignment of faculty Argos Year Progress on Outcomes Assessment Data Sources Created PLOs for Philosophy and Sociology TracDat Cont'd. Facilitated adjunct outcomes department meeting in May 2015 to review outcomes SAP Will assess SOC 36 in Summer 2015 SAP, TractDat Cont'd. Communicate and facilitate the inclusion of outcomes on all faculty course syllabi SAP IX. Institutional Set Standards IX. Institutional Set Standards + - What are Institutional-Set Standards? o Institutional-Set Standards are another set of data used to inform planning assessment and outcomes in this process. o Institutions must set standards for satisfactory performance of student success to meet accreditation requirements. o These standards also provide the basis for the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) indicators that help colleges and districts improve their fiscal and operational effectiveness while promoting student success. For more information about IEPI indicators: Mt. San Antonio College must demonstrate that it: Establishes standards for its own performance Analyzes how well it is meeting its own standards Page 9 of 12

10 Makes results available to all constituent groups Plans to improve in areas where its own performance is inadequate The measures to be assessed are: student success number of degrees and certificates licensure, transfers and job placement (for CTE areas) + - Current Standards Review the Institution-set Standards information in the following table and describe how your Unit will address the trend data you observe using these guiding questions: o Do the data indicate there is room for improvement? o What plans or activities might your Unit do to lead and support the targeted improvement? (The plan or activities will be further detailed in Section IX: Plans, Activities, and Resources for SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY) What if I am not in an instructional area? (click here to open and close) Mt. San Antonio College 2016 Annual Report* Institution-set Standard Success (Based on 3-year average ) Most recent rate for SOCIOLOGY AND = 77.58%**, / = 76.64% 67.89% PHILOSOPHY Completion of Degrees and Certificates Combined Degrees Only ,761 Certificates Only Non- Credit Certificate Transfer Transferred to 4-year University 1,757 1,637 Based on the Institution-set Standards data offered above, briefly describe the actions and plans your area will take or continue to contribute to meeting the College's standards in the field below. Page 10 of 12

11 * = Rates from 7 years of data, Mt. SAC Scorecard https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/ **=Only one semester, Fall 2015 data + - Job Placement Information (for CTE areas) Mt. San Antonio College The Research and Institutional Effectiveness team conducts annual surveys of CTE program graduates to gather information on job placement. The most recent Alumni Survey Report of CTE program graduates receiving awards between Summer 2012 and Spring 2013 and the results of that survey can be found here: Based on the job placement survey information, briefly describe below, the actions and plans your area will take, or continue, in order to meet the Institution's job placement standards set for your CTE programs. - Close table above X. Plans, Activities, and Resources XI. Plans, Activities, and Resources for SOCIOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY The following table serves the "planning" function for the 2nd year of this four-year cycle. Here, add new action plans, activities, and resources needed, OR modify "Ongoing" plans, so designated in Section One, Closing the Loop. Use the Expected Outcomes section to describe how the plan and resources requested are supported through your Unit's outcomes assessment. Add rows (+) as needed. rows (-). Plan Status Ongoing Mgr. Priority Plan Status Ongoing Mgr. Priority Plan Status Ongoing Mgr. Priority Plans & Activities Expected Outcomes / Criteria for Success Resources Requested Goals / Themes Update the Request to Fill with current enrollment data, staffing data, and outcomes data $ Unit: Use of Data Hire full-time faculty for sociology Staffing C. Secure Resources Completion Source 2 Lead Marlene Gallare Seek reassign time for an This position will provide the college and students with coordination of research activities on $ undergraduate research coordinator and around campus, research guidance and mentorship for students and faculty, and Staffing coordinate the annual research showcase and competition. Completion Source 2 Lead Marlene Gallarde Request and acquire reassignment This position will evaluate adjunct faculty and work with them on areas of improvement to $ Unit: Student Success time for a faculty mentor increase student success, retention, and teaching effectiveness. Staffing Completion Select Source 2 Lead Enter name Page 11 of 12

12 SectionThree Recommendations: Improving the Planning Process XI. Additional Information Needed XI. What additional information should the College provide to assist your Unit's planning? Add rows (+) as needed. XII. Suggestions for Improving the Planning Process XII. What suggestions do you have for improving the planning process for your Unit? Add rows (+) as needed. XIII. Contributors to the Plan XIII. Contributors Enter your name and information as a contributor to this Unit PIE Plan. Add rows (+) as needed. Contributor Dept/Program Contributor Dept/Program Marlene Gallarde Add your name as a contributor to this Unit PIE Page 12 of 12

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