About Us

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) Symposium is a yearly event focused on building support, networking and providing solutions for assessment of student learning. 

​Faculty, SLO coordinators, researchers, administrators and research analysts are the expected audience.

At this Symposium, breakout topics will address issues such as: current ACCJC guidelines and requirements, SLO assessment data disaggregation, how to make SLO assessment consequential, building teams and faculty learning communities around SLOs, equity, Guided Pathways and engagement of students and faculty in meaningful SLO assessment processes.


Anthony Cuomo

Anthony Cuomo is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at West Los Angeles College and also serves as the Vice Chair of the Language Arts Division, Campus SLO Coordinator, Guided Pathways Navigator and Faculty Accreditation Chair. Professor Cuomo is dedicated to student success, equity and providing a transformational experience for the diverse students we serve at California Community Colleges.

Libby Lee Curiel

Libby Lee Curiel is a professor of Communication Studies at Rio Hondo College. Most recently she served as one of the Los Angeles/Orange County Guided Pathways Regional Coordinators for the CO and Foundation for California Community Colleges. In her role, she supported colleges in their efforts to increase equitable student outcomes by implementing a Guided Pathways Framework.


Jarek Janio, Ph.D

Jarek Janio has been completing research projects, conducting professional development activities and writing about assessment of student learning since 2010. He currently works as an Outcomes Assessment Coordinator at Santa Ana College, California.

Enrique Jauregui

Enrique Jauregui has been an educator for the past 20 years and currently is serving as the SLO Coordinator at Fresno City College. He is dedicated to improving education for all students and acting as agent of change in the institution; designing, implementing and improving the assessment of student learning outcomes.


Stacy Teeters, M.A.

Stacy Teeters currently serves as one of two Guided Pathways Regional Coordinator for the San Diego/Imperial region. Prior to working with CCCCO and Foundation for California Community Colleges, Stacy worked as a campus-based researcher and institutional effectiveness practitioner for several California Community Colleges. Throughout her work in education, she has been a champion of helping to advance equity in outcomes and learning by promoting and supporting data-informed, collaborative, and student-centered policies and practices.