Kenyan visitors included: Sergon Jematiah Flowrence, Minister of East African Legislative Parliament Stanley Kiptis, Governor of Baringo County William Kimosop, North rift Tourism Coordinator Lydia Dentewo, General Manager, Lake Bogoria Spa and Resort Hillary Songoyo, Chief of Staff to Governor Kiptis Silas Toachin, Minister of Bogoria County Parliament
Scott Stump, an assistant U.S. education secretary, toured SFCC on Sept. 17. The Santa Fe New Mexican wrote, Stump ” praised the college for its efforts to combine federal and local funding to support programs that connect high school students with the demands of local industry.” Read the Santa Fe New Mexican’s story, “U.S. […]
Joseph Montoya, Instructor, Building Sciences and Construction Technologies, points out the finer details of the re-stucco job currently taking place at the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center. Learn more.
A select group of SFCC faculty and staff representatives recently attended the ESCALA Hispanic-serving Institutions (HSI) Faculty Summer Retreat. The ESCALA HSI Faculty Summer Retreat is the only teaching workshop that focuses on increasing student success in Hispanic Serving Institutions through culturally relevant teaching. The Summer Retreat is the kickoff of the Certificate of College […]
The above photo features our SFCC Fitness Education staff and faculty. Can you spot the college’s president, Becky Rowley, in the photo? Hint, check out the second row. She encourages all students, faculty and staff to access the classes and resources at the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center.
Oren Lyons, advocate for indigenous rights and environmental rights, stopped by SFCC for a visit to learn more about SFCC’s sustainability programs. Oren Lyons is a Native American Faithkeeper of the Turtle Clan of the Seneca Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. He was visiting Santa Fe to participate in a Turtle Talks fundraiser for Wings of […]
Sara Lanctot, who is studying engineering and computer science at the college, was selected to attend the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) Onsite Experience at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, on Sept. 23-27. This summer she participated in an intensive five-week online activity. The above slide show includes renderings of some of […]
Santa Fe Community College instructor Felix Lopez won both the Second Place award in the Painted Bultos category and the E. Boyd Memorial Award for Originality and Expressive Design for his piece, “Cruz de Viernes Santo” (The Cross of Good Friday). Lopez has taught at the college for 12 years. Many of his students […]
Visiting seventh, eighth and ninth grade girls from northern New Mexico were on campus on as part of the Brave X STEM day Camp from July 29 to August 3 to innovate, design and create. The camp culiminated with qualified apps being submitted to the <a href=”https://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/”>Congressional App Challenge</a>. STEM Santa Fe partnered with the […]
Santa Fe Community College’s Head of Printmaking and Book Arts Patricia Pearce was stunned when it was announced at the July 26 opening of the DWELL art exhibition that several of her students had created a special endowment in her honor. The fund was created by the students with Amy Parrish leading the intiative. The […]
Interim president Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D., members of the Santa Fe Community College Governing board, Santa Fe Community College Foundation, Julia Furry, director of the SFCC Automotive Technologies program, Camilla Bustamante, Ph.D., Dean School of Trades and Advanced Technology, members of the automotive advisory committee, and community leaders, including representatives of Santa Fe Concorso, New Mexico […]
The exhibition, “My Photographic Life: Photographs by Joe Long,” opened on June 13 with a festive reception. The exhibit will run through July 11 at the Visual Arts Gallery. The 93-year-old photographer shared work that spanned 70 years. He reflects, “My involvement with SFCC now totals twenty years as a photography student, lab monitor, tutor […]
Last week’s Nurses’ Pinning Ceremony recognized the 29 graduates for Spring 2019. The ceremony included the The Nursing Pledge: I solemnly pledge myself before God and in presence of this assembly, to pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully. I will abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous and will not […]