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We love this photo that Lina Germann, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of STEM Santa Fe shared! Visiting seventh, eighth and ninth grade girls from northern New Mexico were on campus as part of the Brave X STEM day Camp from July 29 to August 3 to innovate, design and create. The camp culiminated with Read more ›

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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 donations have come from Read more ›

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SFCC was highlighted in the Santa Fe Reporter’s Best of Santa Fe issue. The William C. Witter Fitness Education Center and the terrific staff were recognized with several awards. SFCC has been voted Third place Best Pool (Kids Section), Second place Best Fitness Classes, Second place Best Pilates Classes, and Second place Best Weightlifting! Read more ›

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Join Santa Fe Community College in welcoming Al Hurricane, Jr. when he performs for the Santa Fe Bandstand’s Southside show from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 20 at SWAN Park at Jaguar Drive and Highway 599. Santa Fe Community College and Presyterian Health Center are the event sponsors. Bring your dancing shoes and lawn Read more ›

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Last week on KSFR’s Wake Up Call, Bruce Hamilton interviewed SFCC photography instructor and artist Joe Long about his more than 70 years working with a camera. Long’s works are currently featured in SFCC’s Visual Arts Gallery through July 11. Listen to the conversation. Come see the show. And, in case you missed it: Two Read more ›

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In case you missed it, the latest issue of the Santa Fe Reporter features the work of four interns who have participated in the training cohort for the New Mexico Fund for Public Interest Journalism. Read the story, Roadmap for Resilience: Student reporters write about Santa Fe Community College’s vision and programs for a sustainable Read more ›

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The Santa Fe New Mexican’s education reporter Dillon Mullen interviewed incoming president Rebecca K. “Becky” Rowley, Ph.D. In the story, Rowley said, “The job at Santa Fe Community College provides greater opportunity to affect community colleges statewide.” The reporter wrote, “Part of Rowley’s new community is the Roundhouse, where she will be a leading voice Read more ›

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Mahesh Ramanujam, president and CEO of U.S. Green Building Council, visited Santa Fe to talk about the city’s commitment to sustainability. He met with Santa Fe Mayor Webber and SFCC leaders. He sent the photo above with the Tweet, “It was inspiring to see so much passion, knowledge and progress.” Read the related Santa Read more ›

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Lt. Governor Howie Morales gave words of inspiration to all of the graduates of SFCC’s High School Equivalency program. Congratulations to all the students who completed. Thank you to all of the staff and instructors who bring these students to success!  Read more ›

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Congratulations to our SFCC graduates! The governing board thanked interim president Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D. for her dedication to SFCC’s students. Keynote speaker Judge Virginia Vigil spoke about the hard work of her family’s previous generations and spoke about how “pain had nourished her courage.” Student Speaker Manuel “Manny” Kavanaugh talked about how his experiences in Read more ›

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SFCC gave the public an opportunity to see the many upgrades and improvements made in the interior of the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center during its grand reopening. Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D. said, “We’re excited to have the community come and see how gorgeous the updated fitness center is. Of all of the college’s buildings, Read more ›

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SFCC is implementing a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) career pathway in partnership with Santa Fe’s Capital High School (CHS). The goal is to increase the educational attainment of high school students in nursing to build northern New Mexico’s health ecosystem capacity that will directly improve our community’s well-being. Read more. . .  Read more ›