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Ana Caldero Figueroa to Speak About Her Pathway to...

Date: Thursday, November 30, 2017 Time: 2 – 4 p.m. Location: West Campus, Building 11, Room 106 You are invited to attend an Association of Valencia Women presentation on Path to Leadership, featuring Ana Caldero Figueroa, dean, arts and humanities, on Thursday, November 30, 2017, from 2 – 4 p.m., on West Campus in Building 11, Room 106, as […]

September 2016 Kudos

Week of September 18 – 24, 2016 Lake Nona’s Brian Macon Recognized by Khan Academy A Message from Kathleen Plinske, President, Osceola, Lake Nona and Poinciana Campuses Professor of Mathematics Brian Macon at the Lake Nona Campus was selected as one of 10 winners in the 2016 Khan Academy’s Talent Search. More than 1,300 video […]

Carver Middle School Students Learn that College is...

A message from Falecia Williams, President, West Campus West Campus welcomed 45 students from Carver Middle School on Tuesday, March 15, 2016, to learn that “College is Possible” — the message that was shared with the students throughout the day. The middle school students participated in a HUM 2220 (Greek and Roman Humanities) class, taught […]

Welcoming Ana Caldero as Interim Dean, Arts and Humanities

Ana J. Caldero started at Valencia in 1989. She has taught all levels of Spanish and has been the Chair of Foreign Languages for the Fine Arts Department on West since 2001. Professor Caldero earned her Master in Spanish Literature and Linguistics from University of Wisconsin-Madison and recently, in 2009 completed her ED.S program in […]

Osceola & Lake Nona Roueche Excellence Award Recipients

A message from Dr. Kathleen Plinske, Campus President, Osceola and Lake Nona Four members of the Osceola and Lake Nona Campuses were selected as 2013 recipients of the John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards: Ilia Cordero, coordinator of financial aid services, created the Financial Literacy Ambassador program that serves the student body through various co-curricular […]

June Kudos!

Week of July 25th-29th Spanish Professor Translates International Documentary Trailer on Huntington’s Disease Ana J. Caldero Figueroa, Spanish professor on the West Campus, helped translate a documentary trailer for the international film, “The Faces of Huntington’s Disease: I am No Longer a Faceless Face.” The film was created by WeHaveAFace.org, an organization founded to increase […]