¡Palabra!: Asexual

An asexual person is a person who does form meaningful emotional and spiritual connections with other people but who does not experience these feelings in a sexual way. Source: comunidades-justas.org Asexual es una persona que es capaz de formar conexiones emocionales y espirituales significativas con otras personas, pero que no experimenta estos sentimientos en una […]

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SFCC hosted 2018 TRiO Day

SFCC and the TRiO Student Support Services Program hosted the annual TRiO Day celebration on Feb. 9 with more than 150 TRiO participants attending from throughout the state. The day began with Director of Student Recruitment & Outreach Marcos Maez, Student Admissions counselor Daniela Gurule, Center for Diversity and Integrative Learning Coordinator Emily Stern and […]

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Welcome the new Associate Deans

Shalimar Krebs, (shalimar.krebs@sfcc.edu) Liberal Arts and Arts, Design & Media Arts Shalimar taught Media Arts at SFCC for five years and has worked closely with the English faculty while serving as the Tutoring Center Coordinator. With a passion for education, he has demonstrated success in creating and maintaining positive relationships while serving our students and […]

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¡Palabra!: White Ally

A White Ally is a white person who actively works to eliminate racism. A white ally is motivated by self-interest, a sense of moral obligation, or a commitment to foster social justice and does not patronize or assume to “help” people of color in paternalistic ways. A white ally may engage in anti-racism work both […]

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¡Palabra!: Cisgender

Cisgender is a term meaning “not transgender,” that is, a gender identity or performance in a gender role that society considers to match or be “appropriate” for one’s sex. The Latin prefix cis- means “on this side of” or “not across”. Source: comunidades-justas.org Cisgénero/a es un término que significa “no transgénero,” es decir, una identidad […]

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International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers

Two members of the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, Pauline Tangiora and Flordemayo Hall, visited SFCC in November. Stephen Gomez, Luke Spangenburg and Charlie Schultz gave the party a tour of the TATC, greenhouses and discussed workforce training for the young in the new energy economy. Pauline Tangiora was traveling through New Mexico along […]

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School of Fitness Education Dress Code

School of Fitness Education DRESS CODE POLICY The School of Fitness Education (SoFE) reserves the right to deny use of the Fitness Education Center (FEC) to any person whose attire is considered to not be appropriate. CLOTHING To reduce the spread of contagious diseases, skin contact with facility equipment needs to be kept to a […]

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Diversity Initiative Survey

Dear SFCC Community, Below is a link to a survey of one question related to our strategic plan’s diversity initiatives. Your feedback is crucial to our efforts to better understand the many perspectives and experiences that inform our campus culture and the materials and curriculum used in course work. Please leave your anonymous responses in […]

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Congratulations employee graduates!

There were some familiar faces at Saturday’s graduation. Congratulations to the staff and faculty members who graduated this December! • Enita Pendleton, Assistant Professor School of Fitness: Certificate in Nutrition • Chris Gettler, Campus Security Supervisor: Certificate in Criminal Investigation • Linda Ortiz, Campus Security Officer: Certificate in Criminal Investigation • Melba Ramos, Academic Adviser: […]

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SFCC Foundation receives scholarship funds for students of Mexican origin or descent

On Nov. 29, Interim SFCC President Dr. Cecilia Cervantes, SFCC Foundation Board President, Dr. Carmen Gonzales, Deborah Boldt, Executive Director, SFCC Foundation; Ernest Kavanaugh, Director of the Office of Student Development; and 14 Student Ambassadors attended a Check Presentation Ceremony by the Consulate of Mexico in Albuquerque, at the South Broadway Cultural Center in Albuquerque. […]

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¡Palabra!: Bigotry

Bigotry is intolerance prejudice, which glorifies one’s own group and denigrates members of other groups. Source: comunidades-justas.org Fanatismo es prejuicio de intolerancia, que glorifica a su propio grupo y denigra a miembros de otros grupos. Fuente: comunidades-justas.org The word of the week is brought to you by the Center for Diversity and Integrated Learning. To […]

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