¡Palabra!: Genderqueer

Genderqueer refers to a person that is part of a group of people who do not feel that they fit into the traditional two-gender or gender-binary system. As with any other groups that may be aligned with transgender identities, the reasons for identifying as genderqueer vary. Source: comunidades-justas.org Género no-binario […]

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¡Palabra!: Pansexual

Pansexual people are people whose primary romantic, emotional, physical, and sexual attractions and connections can be with some members of all sexes and genders to varying degrees (though not necessarily at the same time). The term is used to describe people of all sexes and genders. Source: comunidades-justas.org Pansexuales son […]

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¡Palabra!: Heterosexism

Heterosexism is a system of advantage which favors heterosexuals. Institutionalized homophobia. The assumption that being heterosexual is inherently better, more moral, or more natural than being lesbian, gay, or bisexual. Like racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression, heterosexism awards power to members of the dominant group (straight people / […]

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Santa Fe Wine and Chile Dinner

Santa Fe Community College Foundation and Casa Abril Estate Vineyards present a Santa Fe Wine and Chile Dinner Join us for Santa Fe Community College Culinary Arts Program Wine and Food Pairing Event in Conjunction with Santa Fe Wine and Chile Week Thursday, September 28, 2017 beginning with a reception […]

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SFCC Faculty & Staff Development Day

SFCC Faculty & Staff Development Day Building Community through Creative Collaboration October 20, 2017 Dear Colleagues, We are thrilled to invite you to submit a workshop proposal for our October 20, 2017 all-employee professional development day.  This semester Staff Senate is taking the lead and Linda Peña, Margaretmary Woodd, Kelly […]

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Political Activity Policy Reminder

As election season gears up, we’d like to advise all employees to carefully review the college’s policy on political activities: Policy 8-2: Space Rental, Political Activity, Solicitation and Vending on Campus. In addition to outlining your rights as an employee, the policy also states the limitations on political activities by campus […]

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¡Palabra!: Latino/a

A Latino/a is a person who was born or lives in Latin America, including Mexico, or a person in the United States whose family is originally from Latin America, including Mexico. Source: adapted from www.ohchr.org Un latino o una latina es una persona que nació en o que vive en América […]

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Greenhouse construction update

The greenhouse construction will require a utility trench from the south most entrance of the TATC building to the black entrance gate behind the Biofuels lab. There is a marked/fenced trench at the entrance currently and this will be extended in the coming week. The trench will be open for […]

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LANL Foundation awards scholarships

LANL Foundation has awarded Regional College/Returning Student scholarships to six SFCC students. The following received the $1,000 scholarships: • Bobby Barela (HVAC and plumbing) • Annadine Benavidez (hospitality and tourism) • Kathryn Eustice (nursing) • Rebekah Lane (biological sciences) • Ashley Montoya (nursing) • Carrie Quade (media arts) Funding comes […]

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Update on new greenhouse

Update from Henry Mignardot, Executive Director for Plant Operations and Maintenance: We’re excited and motivated; we selected a construction contractor to construct the Hydroponic/Aquaponics Greenhouses. The project has received all approvals, the contractor has a construction permit in hand and the project has started with site clearing last week. Site […]

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Benefits of DeafTEC training

More than 35 SFCC faculty and staff attended a workshop to adapt their teaching and communication styles to foster better learning for deaf and hard of hearing students. DeafTEC, a National Science Foundation-funded Center of Excellence, presented the Project Access workshop on August 9, 2017 and was supported through Carl D. […]

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