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Trustee Kenneth BrownWednesday, October 11th, 2017 at 1:33am
El Camino College Schedules 17th Annual
South Bay DUI Awareness Fair

Event displays and activities demonstrate the dangers of driving under the influence

El Camino College will sponsor its 17th Annual South Bay DUI Awareness Fair, featuring displays and interactive demonstrations that convey the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 25 near the ECC Library Lawn, 16007 Crenshaw Boulevard, Torrance.

Scheduled just in time for Halloween and the beginning of the holiday season, the DUI Awareness Fair is designed to increase community awareness about the dangerous consequences that can come from driving under the influence or getting into a car that is operated by someone under the influence.

The DUI Awareness Fair will feature demonstrations such as a driving exercise where students maneuver golf carts through a controlled course while wearing special "DUI goggles" that simulate impairment. Through this exercise, students can experience how being under the influence can affect reflexes and impair judgment. Also available this year are “marijuana impairment” goggles, a relatively new simulation device.

A "crash car" that was involved in an alcohol-related death will also be parked on campus, delivering a strong visual impact to students as they observe the direct result of driving under the influence.

The El Camino College Police Department, in conjunction with the Avoid the 100 West DUI Task Force, will sponsor this event. Officers will be on hand to talk to students and provide valuable information about the dangers and consequences of driving under the influence. Other displays near the Library Lawn will serve as informative, direct warnings about driving under the influence.

“We recognize this is a serious issue,” said ECC Police Sergeant Jeffrey Lewis. “This annual event is all about education and prevention.”

The work of El Camino College Police Department officers has been honored with awards from MADD at both the local and state level. For more information, call the El Camino College Police Department at 310-660-3100. The DUI Awareness Fair is free and open to the public. On-campus parking is $3.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth Brown shared Star Wars's video.Monday, October 9th, 2017 at 7:18pm
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Trustee Kenneth BrownMonday, October 9th, 2017 at 1:20am
University of Wisconsin Passes Dangerous New Policy That Expels Students for Protest...Really, U-dub?? smh...
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Trustee Kenneth BrownSunday, October 8th, 2017 at 8:32pm
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Trustee Kenneth BrownFriday, September 29th, 2017 at 6:02pm
El Camino College Announces Two New Vice Presidents
Brian Fahnestock named vice president, administrative services; Ross Miyashiro named vice president, student services

The El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees recently approved two new vice president appointments to the administration team. Brian Fahnestock is the college’s new vice president, administrative services, and Ross Miyashiro is vice president, student services. Both administrators began their new positions Sept. 18.

Brian Fahnestock has served at the executive level in higher education institutions within the California State University and California Community Colleges systems. His career in financial management began over 30 years ago as a naval officer and financial controller. After leaving the military, Fahnestock served as the division chief at the Office of the Auditor-Controller for the County of Santa Barbara and was eventually promoted to assistant director. In 1999, he joined Santa Barbara City College as the vice president of business services for four years. Fahnestock spent 10 years in private industry before rejoining the community college system, serving as vice chancellor of business and administrative services for the Ventura County Community College District. He most recently served as the associate vice president of fiscal affairs at San Francisco State University. A certified public accountant, Fahnestock earned a master’s degree in financial management from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey.

Ross Miyashiro has more than 20 years of experience in student services at both the university and community college level. His career in student services began at California State University, Monterey Bay in 1994, serving as a coordinator in the Student Information Center, and progressing to director of academic advising and articulation in 1996. Miyashiro then became associate director of transfer and student programs at the CSU Office of the Chancellor. In 2001, he accepted a position as the dean of enrollment services at Long Beach City College, where he participated in the development of the Long Beach Promise, the leading model in community college promise programs. He most recently served as vice president of student services at Coastline Community College. Miyashiro earned a Master of Arts in educational counseling from CSU San Bernardino and is currently in the dissertation phase of his doctorate.

A comprehensive two-year college, El Camino College serves approximately 25,000 students each semester. Students have access to excellent academic offerings, career and technical education programs, exceptional student services, new and technologically advanced classrooms, as well as tutoring and mentoring programs.

For more information about ECC, visit www.elcamino.edu or make a custom eBrochure at www.elcamino.edu/onlinetools/e-brochure.asp.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownThursday, September 28th, 2017 at 5:02pm
“If you can’t treat someone with dignity and respect, then get out,” -Lt. Gen. Jay B. Silveria.

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