New Faculty Publications

 sj Miller, Ph.D., releases two new books on gender identity in education Two new books written by sj Miller, Ph.D., about gender identity in pre-K through university education have recently been published. Read More… Dr. Aamna Nayyar co-authors ‘Three Paths, One God: Traditional Scriptures and New Prayers’ Read More… Andrew Lovato, Ph.D. publishes The Big […]

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Congratulations, Class of Fall 2019!

President Becky Rowley, Ph.D., participated in her first SFCC commencement ceremony. New Mexico Cabinet Secretary of Workforce Solutions Bill McCamley provided the keynote address. Student speaker Leslie Orena Quintana Ayala, who earned a Certificate in Early Childhood Development, inspired the audience with her personal story. This fall, approximately 361 SFCC graduates were eligible to receive […]

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Aamna Nayyar co-authors ‘Three Paths, One God: Traditional Scriptures and New Prayers’

A message from Aamna Nayyar, Director Department of Dental Health, and member of SFCC’s PDAC: “[I’m] sharing with you the book that I co-authored/compiled. The book is about religious tolerance and hopefully, it will be my small contribution toward world peace. Amen.” From the book description on Amazon.com: Three paths, One God. Jewish, Christian, Muslim. […]

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SFCC Governing Board elects new officers

The SFCC Governing Board Regular Session on January 22 included the swearing in of new Governing Board members Piér Quintana  and Jody Pugh  by Judge Patricio Serna. In addition, new officers were elected for a one-year term: Jack Sullivan, Chair; George Gamble, Ph.D., Vice Chair; and Jody Pugh, Secretary. You can watch the whole meeting […]

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SFCC Fall 2019 student speaker Leslie Orena Quintana Ayala

SFCC’s Fall 2019 student speaker Leslie Orena Quintana Ayala, 20, received a Certificate in Early Childhood Development. She was born in Guatemala and moved to Santa Fe when she was 14. She chose to study with the Spanish-speaking student group to pursue her studies. The Santa Fe High graduate works full time as a server […]

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Meet Continuing Education’s popular Spanish instructor Fernando Mayans

If you’ve ever studied Spanish through SFCC’s Continuing Education Department, there’s a good chance you studied with Fernando Mayans. Mayans has quietly, but steadily built the continuing education language programs during the past 25 years. “The program is a solid one, with a combination of vocabulary and grammar, as well as literature,” Mayans said. He […]

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Shades of Color – Black History Month 2020

Santa Fe Community College Celebrates Black History Month SHADES OF COLOR 2020 A multicultural journey to learn about and recognize the accomplishments of African Diaspora and/or LGBTQ+ individuals and organizations.  As active participants in the various activities, the organizers hope to raise awareness of how members of these groups have contributed to the growth and […]

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Two new books written by Dr. sj Miller about gender identity in Education

Two new books written by Dr. sj Miller about gender identity in pre-K through University Education have recently been published. ‘ about Gender Identity Justice in Schools and Communities’ https://www.tcpress.com/about-gender-identity-justice-in-schools-and-communities-9780807761250 What is gender identity justice, why does it matter, and what are the implications for not doing this work in today’s schools? This premiere book […]

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