Community College Advisory Board

The Department of American Studies is very proud to announce the creation of our new Community College Advisory Board.  Three professors, all of whom currently teach in local community colleges and all of whom have strong connections to our American Studies program at CSUF (as former undergrads, grad students, or lecturers), have agreed to serve on this Board.  Their goals will be to help us recruit talented majors from community colleges, to keep the department informed about new classes and policies affecting community colleges, and to serve as a resource for current CSUF American Studies graduate students who might want to use their MA to teach in a community college.  The three founding members of this Advisory Board, pictured below, are:  Amelia (Amy) Kremer, who teaches history at Mt. San Antonio College; Bridget Kominek, who teaches English at Fullerton College; and Elizabeth (Beth) Kronbeck, who teaches Social Science, Ethnic Studies, and History at Glendale Community College.


Amelia Kremer
Amelia (Amy) Kremer, Mt. San Antonio College

Bridget Kominek, Fullerton College

Beth Kronbeck
Elizabeth (Beth) Kronbeck, Glendale Community College, and daughter Erin