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Encourage your friends and family to apply and enroll now
Classes will begin on August 22. As the faculty and staff heard at the Convocation keynote, SFCC appreciates everyone’s help in getting new students to enroll, as well as encouraging former students to return to the college this fall.
We thank SFCC Recruitment Coordinator Daniela Gurule for sharing photos of recent events where SFCC had a recruitment table. SFCC was an official sponsor of the free AMP August 7 concert, which featured Detroit Lightning, at Santa Fe’s SWAN Park. The brief rainfall created a short delay, but it was a fun and well-attended event.
Another very successful recruiting event was SFCC’s participation in the Santa Fe Boys & Girls Club Back-to-School event on August 6. Director of Student Engagement & Recruitment Marcos Maez said, “Our office attended, gave out hundreds of items of SFCC swag, and spoke to students and parents about SFCC’s incredible programs and resources. We also informed the SFCC Foundation about the Boys & Girls Club Back-to-School event and they donated $500 to contribute toward the purchase of 600 backpacks for the students and families of our community who truly need them the most.”
Kelly Trujillo, Ph.D., has joined SFCC as Associate Dean for the School of Science, Health, Engineering, and Mathematics and the School of Fitness Education
Please welcome Kelly Trujillo, Ph.D., who has joined SFCC as the new Associate Dean for the School of Science, Health, Engineering, and Mathematics and the School of Fitness Education. Dr. Trujillo grew up in Santa Fe, earned his B.S. in Biology from New Mexico Tech, and went on to obtain a Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine from the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio.
For 20 years, Dr. Trujillo conducted research in the field of genome instability and epigenetics; first as a post-doctoral fellow at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, then as a staff scientist at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, and finally on faculty at the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Dr. Trujillo returned to NM in 2016, where he shifted his focus from biomedical research to become an advocate for STEM education. Most recently, Dr. Trujillo directed the Achieving in Research, Math, and Science (ARMAS) Center at New Mexico Highlands University. This center has been nationally recognized for its unique mechanism of support for underrepresented students interested in pursuing STEM degrees.
Do you know someone who wants to learn English as a Second Language?
Santa Fe Community College will offer a 12-week English as a Second Language session from August 29 to November 18 to any adult who wants to learn English. New students must attend an orientation session to register for classes. The orientation session will include testing and placement as well as registration for the courses. There is a $25 registration fee for the Fall 2022 term. Please bring $25 (cash or check) to the orientation. The classes are free. Classes will be in person at the SFCC Main Campus, at a Santa Fe Public School, and online.
To register: You must attend an orientation session for testing and placement.
How to Register: Attend an orientation at the SFCC Main Campus, 6401 Richards Ave.
Evening: 5 to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, August 16
Thursday, August 18
Monday, August 22
Wednesday, August 24
Morning: 10 a.m. to noon
Wednesday, August 17
Tuesday, August 23
Orientations will be held in small groups, so expect wait time. Only future students may be present. Additional guests will not be permitted in the orientation area.
Students interested in online classes can attend an orientation at SFCC or contact the ESL Program (505-428-1329 or email@example.com) to arrange an online orientation. Students will need a stable internet connection to attend online classes.
The Fall 2022 ESL classes will be offered in-person at Santa Fe Community College, at an SFPS school, and online. Classes meet twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays depending on the level. Morning and evening classes are available. Free childcare for children ages 4 to 12 is available for level 1, 2 and 3 evening students at SFPS.
SFCC is one of seven colleges to participate in Generation Hope’s FamilyU technical assistance program. Through FamilyU, Generation Hope partners with colleges and universities across the country to increase the number of parenting students who complete their program studies and graduate. The program is sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, among others.
Although parent students account for 1 in 5 undergraduates nationwide, their odds of completion are far slimmer than students who are not parenting. Despite having higher GPAs than students without children, parenting students are 10 times less likely to graduate due to inadequate support systems.
The FamilyU technical assistance program was created to bolster their odds for completion.
“SFCC is honored to be part of Generation Hope’s FamilyU program to help our student parents complete their degrees and graduate,” said SFCC President Becky Rowley, Ph.D. “We look forward gaining expertise so we may better support our students who are raising children.” See the national press release.
Medical Assistants celebrate their completion with a Pinning Ceremony
Thirteen students graduated with their Medical Assisting Certificate from the class of 2021-2022. Director of the Medical Assisting program Jessica Balladeras, thanks faculty member Toni Coffman and Dean Terri Tewart for their dedication and support of SFCC’s students in the Medical Assisting program.
The following students were part of the 2021-2022 class cohort: Maria Arriaga De La Garza, Dolores Avalos, Camille Cdebaca, Shania Cruz, Paula Landeros, Tyra Marquez, Perla Landeros, Paulina Lopez, Tyra Marquez, Haleigh Quintana, Jeysol Rangel Rivera, Nadine Salazar, Wendy Soto De La Cruz, Rosa Tarin and Rosio Valles Morales.
Stipends and apprenticeship offer added financial support to Early Childhood Education students
Do you know someone who is considering studying Early Childhood Education? Let them know that expanded financial support for full and part-time students studying Early Childhood Education is available for the Fall and Spring semesters. Prospective students are encouraged to enroll now.
Eligible students will be able to receive a stipend of up to $2000 after successfully completing a semester of early childhood coursework. Those who already have a bachelor’s degree in another field can qualify for the stipend by enrolling in the Alternative Teacher Licensure program for an Early Childhood Teacher Certification. Additional funds are available for those participating in the APRENDE Early Childhood Teacher Apprenticeship program.
Director of the Early Childhood Center of Excellence Catron Allred said, “There’s never been a better time to study Early Childhood Education. Employer demand is high, wages are increasing, and SFCC is grateful for additional flexible financial resources to offer our students. In addition to the Opportunity Scholarship, ECECD Scholarships and other aid available through SFCC’s Financial Aid office, students enrolled in SFCC’s Early Childhood programs will have additional financial incentives for enrolling in the upcoming academic year. We encourage both English and Spanish speakers to apply for our programs.”
SFCC was recently awarded a New Mexico Early Childhood Educator Student Success Grant from the New Mexico Early Childhood Education & Care Department. The grant will fund Student Success stipends for eligible full and part-time students and will be awarded after the successful completion of the academic term.
Questions about the program? Contact Emily McCarthy or call 505-428-1448.
Congratulations to the eight students who graduated from the SFCC Massage Therapy Program on July 30! We are celebrating the second cohort to complete the program and wish them all the best on their next steps to becoming Licensed Massage Therapists.
SFCC thanks all who signed up for Student Massage Therapy Clinic so these graduates could gain required experience. The next clinic will be in March 2023.
The new Fall Continuing Education schedule is now available online and in print. Visit the CE web page for tips on registering and to view the variety of offerings. Dean of Contract Training and Continuing Education Kris Swedin said, “This fall we’ve got a more extensive schedule available with a variety of classes, both online and in-person. Fall is ideal for taking time for personal enrichment or expanding your professional skills.”
Check out the wide variety of classes from Western Swing dancing to an armchair tour of Archeological Treasures of the Byzantine World. Read more.
Congratulations to recipients of dental pins
SFCC is proud of all of the Dental Health program graduates, who were celebrated with a recent Dental Pinning Ceremony. Thank you to Margaret Peters, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, for sharing this photograph from the Dental Pinning Ceremony. The Dental Health program is vital to our community. Our highly skilled graduates are in great demand by employers. Others will continue studying elsewhere for advanced degrees.
Here are the success SFCC celebrated:
• 12 students received pins for Certificate in Dental Assisting. Class of 2021-2022 • 2 students for Certificate in Advanced DA Skills • 3 students for AAS degree in Dental Health • 14 students for Certificate of completion in Expanded Functions Dental Auxiliary [EFDA]. Class of 2021.
Students can also select several shipping methods. Additionally, students can go directly to the on-campus store to buy books off the shelf at the new on campus store.
Please be patient as Barnes and Noble College Bookstore is still stocking up on books and so there might be limited inventory at this early stage.
Students can email SM8475@bncollege.com to see if a book is in stock or with any other bookstore-related questions. BNC will continuously be receiving deliveries and expects to have all books available in the store by the start of classes. Students can order books either as a “guest” or they can “sign up/create account” on the bookstore website. The benefit to creating an account is that the order history will be saved.
An Important Note on Using Financial Aid for Purchases
Financial Aid purchases are available beginning on August 8, 2022.
Students receiving Financial Aid should wait until their aid is available before purchasing books. However, if students purchase books out of pocket and later become eligible for aid, they can be reimbursed through disbursement provided their aid is authorized and the award is enough to cover the purchase. Financial aid accounts are open through September 7, 2022. More financial aid information is available at the SFCC Financial Aid Office.
Mask wearing strongly encouraged when indoors on campus
Due to the recent surge in Covid cases, SFCC is sharing this message at its entrances:
We strongly encourage face masks inside the building. Recomendamos encarecidamente el uso de mascarillas dentro del edificio.
East Wing Eatery closed until Fall semester
The East Wing Eatery will be closed for the interim between Summer and Fall semesters: August 1 through 21). The EWE plans to reopen for the Fall semester and is looking to hire staff and students. Thank you for the continued support.
Summer meditation at the Planetarium: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. MWF July 11 through August 19
Come relax in the planetarium with the galaxy overhead and meditation music. Sit in planetarium seating or bring a mat.
The planetarium shows will be returning this fall! Contact Frank Currie with questions or suggestions.
Encourage students to participate in 11 a.m. Wed. FAFSA Zoom sessions
Do you know a current or prospective student who wants Financial Aid, as well as access to the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship and so much more? Make sure you let them know about our weekly 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday FAFSA workshops on Zoom. Students as well as their families are welcome to attend.
Many times students think they don’t qualify for financial aid. Did you know that the majority of SFCC students are eligible?
Now is the time for students to get their FAFSA done. Parents are encouraged to join online. You’ll need some paperwork and other info to fill out a FAFSA form. For details and a Zoom link, visit https://www.sfcc.edu/fafsa-workshops/
The Santa Fe Coffee Bar is now open!
We have a new coffee shop in the Campus Center area – The Santa Fe Coffee Bar. They will be 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday . They offer a variety of food such as breakfast burritos, pastries, coffee, sandwiches, drinks, and snacks. Please welcome them to campus and pick up something yummy to eat.
Welcome new Dean Barry Hubbard, Ph.D.
Barry Hubbard, Ph.D., the new Dean of the School of Trades, Advanced Technologies, and Sustainability and the School of Business, Professional Studies and Education began working at the college July 11. Please give him a warm welcome!
Hubbard most recently served as the Dean of Associate in Science Degree Programs at Hillsborough Community College, Dale Mabry Campus, in Tampa, Florida, where he was responsible for the academic operations and administration of more than 60 associate degrees and college credit certificates.
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Students: need childcare? Make sure you’re on the Kids Campus Waitlist
When a spot comes available at the Kids Campus, students get priority placement. Kids Campus wants to support student parents and hopes that those needing childcare will get on the waitlist.
Children of degree-seeking SFCC students, SFCC employees, and full-time students at the Higher Education Center are prioritized for placement to support a two-generation philosophy of education at the college.
Visit the Kids Campus website for more information. Students receive a 10% discount on the cost of kids campus and NM Early Childhood Education and Care Development offers Child Care Assistance to income-eligible students.
Two New Student Orientations on August 15
Do you know someone who is considering enrolling this fall semester? Invite them to one of SFCC’s New Student Orientations at either noon or 6 p.m. on August 15. They will meet fellow students. Explore SFCC’s beautiful campus. Get helpful tips for college success. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus community! There are two times new and prospective students can attend:
Monday, August 15
Noon to 2 p.m.
6 to 8 p.m.
All new student orientations will be held in the Campus Center. NSO is open to all new and prospective students! Family and friends are also welcome to attend! For information call: 505-428-1270
SFCC 2022-2023 Scholarship Application Available Now
SFCC can help you pay for college with scholarships. One simple application puts you in consideration for state institutional and Foundation private scholarships. Scholarships are available for new and returning, part time and full-time students to help pay for college for the upcoming academic year. Scholarships are also available for second-generation college students, Veterans, Native American students, Hispanic students and students with disabilities (must be registered with the SAS department at firstname.lastname@example.org). SFCC offers performance-based scholarships through Contract for a Better Tomorrow (CBT).
If you have questions or need assistance email the Financial Aid Office at email@example.com from your SFCC student email account. Make sure to include your Student ID number in the email. Se habla Español.
New SFCC Library family study room to open in August
If you’re a student parent, we have good news for you! The SFCC Library will be opening a new family study room for students who have children in August. The room will have a space for children with toys, books, and special-sized furniture. The room will have three computer stations and room for students working on laptops.
It will be open all hours the library is open. It will be available to current students when they have their children with them. Please note: This is not daycare, students must remain with their children. The library’s restroom adjacent to the study room has been updated and is family-friendly with a changing station.
Apply NOW for Fall Semester Student Employment
Apply NOW for Fall Semester Student Employment at Santa Fe Community College!
Student Work Study is a financial aid need-based program that provides student funds earned through part-time employment. Eligible students can work up to 20 hours per week and work is scheduled around your school schedule. Please note payment for student workers is $15 an hour!
To be eligible, students must meet the following requirements:
Completed the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 FAFSA
Enrolled now and have at least 3-degree related credit hours for the summer semester and 6 credit hours for fall.
Students talk about Advanced Dental Assisting Skills Certificate
In these short videos, students share their reasons for choosing SFCC’s Certificate in Advanced Dental Assisting Skills. Thanks to Aamna Nayyar for sharing them! Visit the Dental Program page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the program.
Film Program student Rob Tode, a SAG-AFTRA and Broadway Equity Actor, came to SFCC to learn more about directing film and TV.
“Having worked on hundreds of sets and stages over the past 30 years, and directed dozens of theater productions, I figured I might be able to direct film, too,” said Tode, who is the theatre director and drama teacher at Capital High School. He now has two films garnering international awards.
Film Co-Chair Milton Riess offered Tode just what he needed. “Milton is an excellent mentor. Whenever I got stuck I would reach out to him for advice and he would always immediately respond,” said Tode. “Extremely helpful for someone like me, who hasn’t taken a film class since the 90s. I was a bit nervous returning to the classroom as a student, but Milton was instrumental at allaying my fears.”
These are the award-winning films Tode wrote, directed and produced in the spring Video Production 2 class.
“Funny You Should Say That” (2022) Officially selected and screened at the Berlin Flash Film Festival, Rome Prisma Film Festival, Reel Comedy Fest, Ukrainian Dream Film Festival, SHORT to the Point, Focus International Film Festival, Istanbul Film Awards, World Film Carnival, Madras Independent Film Festival, Dark Comedy Film Festival, Kings Cross Film Festival, Feel the Reel International Film Festival, Shorted Film Festival, Brazil New Visions Film Fest.
Awards: Best Director- Rob Tode (Istanbul Film Awards) Best Comedy Short Film (Istanbul Film Awards) Best Actor -Ryan Dobbs (Madras Independent Film Festival-India) Best Director International Short Film – Rob Tode (Madras Independent – India) Finalist Best Comedy Short (King’s Cross Film Festival-London, UK) Best Comedy Short (World Film Carnival-Singapore) Critics’ Choice -Best Director -Rob Tode (World Film Carnival-Singapore) Best Short Film -Gold (Dark Comedy Film Festival-Los Angeles) Nominee for Best Short (Shorted Film Festival-Los Angeles)
“The Glass” (2022) Officially selected and screened at the Cine Paris Film Festival, Parapacurts Comedy Festival, Panama Series Film Festival, Kino Film Festival, Brazil New Visions Film Festival, Nightpiece Film Festival at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Druk International Film Festival, World Film Carnival, Madras Independent Film Festival, King’s Cross Film Festival, and Albuquerque Film & Music Experience.
Awards: Best Comedy Short (King’s Cross Film Festival-London, UK) Best Comedy Short (Cine Paris Film Festival-France) Best Silent Short Film (Druk International Film Festival-Bhutan) Outstanding Achievement (World Film Carnival-Singapore) Critics Choice Award (Madras Independent Film Festival)
Congratulations to Rob Tode and other SFCC film students who assisted with the film productions! Learn more about the Film program.
Images courtesy of Rob Tode.
Student Resource Center is here for you
Connect with Community Resources The Student Resource Center focuses on providing information to students about resources throughout the community and providing appropriate referrals to agencies. The resources focus on basic needs such as: housing and shelter, food, legal services, transportation, childcare services, utility payment assistance, and physical and mental health services. All services are free and confidential.
Conèctese con los Recursos de la Comunidad El Centro de Recursos para Estudiantes se enfoca en proporcionar información a los estudiantes sobre los recursos en toda la comunidad y proporcionar referencias apropiadas a las agencias. Los recursos se centran en necesidades básicas como: vivienda y refugio, alimentos, servicios legales, transporte, servicios de cuidado infantil, asistencia para el pago de servicios públicos y servicios de salud física y mental. Todos los servicios son gratuitos y confidenciales.
Marcos Maez named one of “Forty Under 40 Top Business Leaders” by Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Congratulations to Marcos Maez, Director of Student Engagement & Recruitment Marcos Maez, who was selected as one of “Forty Under 40 Top Business Leaders” by the Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
SFCC thanks Marcos Maez for his leadership on campus and in the community.
He and the other recipients will be honored at a special dinner and awards program on September 30. Read more here.
Meet Clarence Cruz and see his Mica Clay Cookware at a reception at Cafe Pasqual Art Gallery from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20
Everyone is invited to a reception for SFCC instructor Clarence Cruz who will be showing his Flame Proof Mica Clay Cookware at the Cafe Pasqual Art Gallery from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday, Aug. 20. If you’re downtown for the Santa Fe Indian Market, stop by. The gallery is next door to Cafe Pasqual, 121 Don Gaspar Ave.
See a selection of his work and read more about him here.
Dr. Aamna Nayyar recognized by ADEA in their newsletter
Dr. Aamna Nayyar, Director Dental Department was recognized by American Dental Education Association [ADEA] in their newsletter by the Dental Hygiene Clinical Coordinator Special Interest Group [SIG].
From the ADEA newsletter:
“June 27th Meeting on Clinical Requirement Tracking Systems – Thanks Aamna!
This meeting was a huge success! A big shoutout goes to Aamna Nayyar from Santa Fe Community College! She did a great job organizing and facilitating this meeting. We would also like to thank all of our presenters and those of you that joined in. There are rumors of sequel. Stay tuned…..”
-ADEA Dental Hygiene Clinical Coordinator Special Interest Group Newsletter, Aug. 2022
There are two policies numbered 7-1: 7-1 New: Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources and 7-1 Active: Information Technology Resources, Usage, and Security. Policy 7-1 Active will be repealed when additional policies in Section 7 are approved by the Governing Board.
Information for Employees about August Payroll Deductions
The upcoming changes to payroll have raised some questions about voluntary deductions. A recent email on July 29 addressed these issues. Check your email for detailed information and reach out to Amy J. Pell, CPA, Associate VP, Controller, Office of Financial Services if you have additional questions.
SFCC employee musicians Jonathan Harrell and Roxanne Tapia can be seen (and heard) at Chomp at 7 p.m. August 25
Local music group Mélange, playing original music by Phredgeoff (Jeff) Tarnoff and Jojo Sena de Tarnoff, can be heard at Chomp, located at 505 Cerrillos Road. The group plays at Chomp at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 25. The group includes Academic Advisor Jonathan Harrell on bass and MPR Executive Assistant Roxanne Tapia on tenor saxophone. Mélange plays a lively fusion of jazz, funk, and Latin music featuring Jeff Tarnoff on piano and JoJo Tarnoff on flute.
This month’s newsletter contains information on upcoming training, what our colleagues on the CHESS implementation team are doing, and some Spotify playlists created by the Change Management Team.
Chris Gettler’s daughter receives major recognition
Alicia Gettler, daughter of Safety and Security Manager Chris Gettler, was named Boys and Girls Club Southwest Youth of the Year. In October, Alicia will attend the National Youth of the Year Celebration in Los Angeles as one of just six teens in the running to win the 2022 National Youth of the Year honor and become the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s national teen spokesperson. She is the first ever to represent Santa Fe at this stage of the competition. Alicia, a recent graduate of Monte del Sol, has taken a few SFCC classes over the past few years and will be attend UNM this coming Fall. Alicia has also performed here at SFCC for the ESL graduation. She is a music producer and singer/songwriter. She was recognized for her many accomplishments. She has advocated for mental health awareness for young people and helped establish The Club at Santa Fe Place mall as a safe place for teens to gather.
SFCC had fun at Fuego game!
Thanks to all who made SFCC night at the Fuego baseball game on July 21 such a fun evening! Safety and Security Manager Chris Gettler threw out the first pitch.
Executive Assistant of Marketing and Public Relations Roxanne Tapia wowed the crowd playing “The Star Spangled Banner” on the saxophone.
Director of Recruitment and Dual Credit Marcos Maez sang a rousing rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” from the announcer’s booth. He along with Student Admissions Counselor Daniela Gurule and Dual Credit Specialist Nicky McKay operated the “slingshot” to propel free SFCC T-shirts into the crowd. Free cold drink koozies with SFCC logos were given out.
A special shout out of thanks to Student Involvement Coordinator Mary Eleas for getting tickets out to SFCC students. This event was sponsored by the Office of Recruitment.
Staff Senate is encouraging new staff employees to come to an upcoming Staff Senate to introduce yourselves.
Campus Weekly would also love to introduce new staff and faculty members. Please send us your name, job title, when you started at SFCC, brief bio and photo (it can be a selfie!) to Submit News.
If you’re new to SFCC, we’d love to introduce you to the our community. We’re happy you’re working with us at SFCC!
Submit WOW nominations!
The Office of Human Resources reminds you to nominate who you think is doing a great job here at SFCC. The nomination form can be found at the SFCC Connect portal, or by reaching out to Joanne Romero email@example.com
Congratulations to Will Wilson for his spectacular exhibition at the Foto Forum (1714 Paseo de Peralta)! The exhibition CIPX Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange opened with a well-attended reception on August 5 and continues through October 26. Photo Forum gallery hours are Thursdays and Fridays from noon to 5 p.m.
He shares in his artist statement:
“As an indigenous artist working in the 21st century, employing media that range from historical photographic processes to the randomization and projection of complex visual systems within virtual environments, I am impatient with the way that American culture remains enamored of one particular moment in a photographic exchange between Euro-American and Aboriginal American societies: the decades from 1907 to 1930 when photographer Edward S. Curtis produced his magisterial opus The North American Indian. For many people even today, Native people remain frozen in time in Curtis photos. Other Native artists have produced photographic responses to Curtis’s oeuvre, usually using humor as a catalyst to melt the lacquered romanticism of these stereotypical portraits. I seek to do something different. I intend to resume the documentary mission of Curtis from the standpoint of a 21st century indigenous, trans-customary, cultural practitioner. I want to supplant Curtis’s Settler gaze and the remarkable body of ethnographic material he compiled with a contemporary vision of Native North America.
”I propose to create a body of photographic inquiry that will stimulate a critical dialogue and reflection around the historical and contemporary “photographic exchange” as it pertains to Native Americans. My aim is to convene with and invite indigenous artists, arts professionals, and tribal governance to engage in the performative ritual that is the studio portrait. This experience will be intensified and refined by the use of large format (8×10) wet plate collodion studio photography. This beautifully alchemic photographic process dramatically contributed to our collective understanding of Native American people and, in so doing, our American identity.
“In August of 2012, at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe, I initiated the Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange (CIPX). This was the initial spark for an ongoing intervention into the history of photography that I plan to undertake. I aim to link history, form, and a critical dialogue about Native American representation by engaging participants in dialogue and a portrait session using the wet plate process. This multi-faceted engagement will yield a series of “tintypes” (aluminum types) whose enigmatic, time-traveling aspect demonstrates how an understanding of our world can be acquired through fabricated methods. Through collaboration with my sitters I want to indigenize the photographic exchange.
“Ultimately, I want to ensure that the subjects of my photographs are participating in the what post-colonial critic Homi K. Bhabha has termed the, “re-inscription of their customs and values in a way that will lead to a more equal distribution of power and influence in the cultural conversation.” It is my hope that these Native American photographs will represent an intervention within the contentious and competing visual languages that form today’s photographic canon. This critical indigenous photographic exchange will generate new forms of authority and autonomy. These alone—rather than the old paradigm of assimilation–can form the basis for a re-imagined vision of who we are as Native people.”
Online Certificate in Community Dental Health Coordinator (CDHC) is coming to SFCC
Online Certificate in Community Dental Health Coordinator [#CDHC] is coming to Santa Fe Community College [#sfccnm]. CDHC license is transferable to all 50 states. Please contact your State about the CDHC requirement.
If you’re an employee, consider using your EEB benefit. Register now to get the best class selections!
UNM/SFCC Health Ambassadors open April 1 – September 15
The UNM – SFCC HC Ambassadors Program will begin taking applications for Fall 2022 SFCC students who are interested in pursuing healthcare careers. This federally funded program provides opportunities for students from economically or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds to explore healthcare options while also offering tutoring support to be successful in college. The deadline for the application process is September 15, 2022.
If you cannot visit during the current open hours listed or are not comfortable with in-person shopping, check out Bookings for more options. To access Bookings, log in to MySFCC, look under Schedule an Appointment, and click on the pink button labeled Campus Cupboard (Online). You can access the reservation and delivery option 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Students, staff, and faculty are all welcome to visit the Campus Cupboard weekly for free groceries and other household items that may be available. Personal hygiene (menstrual) products are available from Free Flow NM. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-428-1775 for more information.
The USPS is offering free covid tests with free shipping. For your information purposes only, below is the link and some additional information.
Place Your Order for Free At-Home Covid-19 Tests Residential households in the U.S. can order one set of 4 free at-home tests from USPS.com. Here’s what you need to know about your order: • Limit of one order per residential address • One order includes 4 individual rapid antigen COVID-19 tests • Orders will ship free. https://special.usps.com/testkits
06/25/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, “New Mexico boy to receive bone marrow transplant from sister.” Story is about former SFCC student Moustapha Idrissa’s efforts to raise money for medical bills related to treatment of his son. Moustapha Idrissa worked in the SFCC greenhouse and studied Controlled Environment Agriculture.