In this episode, we talk with students in an unscripted conversation about issues related to one word, "relationships." Julie Astorga (English), Domonique Brown (nursing), and Abby Lau (medical administration) joined Sean and curry for this episode.

In this episode, we talk with faculty in an unscripted conversation about issues related to one word, "relationships." Our colleagues Bruce Hoskins (sociology), Zulema Diaz (literature and composition), Adrean Askerneese (counseling), and Scott Fallstrom (Faculty Director of the Math Learning Center) joined Sean and curry for this episode.

In this bonus episode, the S.A.F.E. Topics team speaks with Deborah Reeves (music, podcast club advisor, and student intern coordinator) about what its like to start a podcast produced by faculty and students and continue to work collaboratively in uncertain times. Listen to meet our amazing team members: Kelly Barnett (producer, audio engineer), James Garcia (brand manager, social media director), curry (English composition, S.A.F.E. Topics Co-Host), and Sean (sociology, S.A.F.E. Topics Co-Host).

In this episode of our special series, "Going Remote," Sean and curry talk with Rob Bond (history) and Billy Gunn (film) about the media we turn to for entertainment, for truths, and for social proximity during a time of social distance. We ask Rob and Billy about what the humanities have to offer now and how the humanities might change afterward, from novels to films to podcasts to videogames.

In the eleventh episode of the S.A.F.E. Topics podcast, hosts Sean and curry check-in with students about their learning experiences and their lives in our ongoing special series, “Going Remote." We chat with Ashley Chacon (Sociology), Aaron Blanchett (Sociology), Frank Rivas (Sociology), Jessi Perreault (Studio Arts), Glenna Trone (Math & Science), and Trent Stechschulte (Finance).

In the tenth episode of the S.A.F.E. Topics podcast, hosts Sean and curry continue the special series on “Going Remote” with a conversation about the economic disparities and opportunities our students are facing. We chat with our business and accounting colleagues Christina Sharp (Business Administration), Mike Deschamps (Accounting; Career & Technical Education & Workforce Development), and Nate Scharff (Business; Career & Technical Education & Workforce Development) in Zoom (where else?).

In this episode of the S.A.F.E. Topics podcast special series on “Going Remote”, hosts Sean and curry chat with Ghada Osman, the Interim Mental Health Counseling Supervisor of Health Services at MiraCosta College. Ghada shares telehealth resources available to students and addresses the stages of coming to terms with ongoing crises.

In the eighth episode of the S.A.F.E. Topics podcast, hosts Sean and curry continue the special series on “Going Remote” with a conversation about movement, mindfulness, pet grooming, and "attitudes of gratitude." We chat with Casey McFarland (Kinesiology, Health & Nutrition), Jeff Murico (Philosophy & Religious Studies), Rachel Hastings (Communication Studies), and Thao Ha (Sociology) in Zoom (where else?).

In the seventh episode of the S.A.F.E. Topics podcast, hosts curry and Sean continue the special series on “Going Remote” with a conversation on the support our students and faculty can expect once classes resume. We were joined by Lise Flocken (Transfer Center), Edward Pohlert (Tutoring & Academic Support Center), and Denise Stephenson (Writing Center) through Zoom.

Sean and curry talk with Jim Julius, the director of distance education at MiraCosta, about what faculty and students should know about "remote instruction." We ask Jim to clarify what expectations are being placed on faculty and on students, and we discuss various resources created to support remote teaching and learning.

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