The bond has been endorsed by the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, the SFCC chapter of the American Association of University Professors, Santa Fe New Mexican, Albuquerque Journal and many more. (View endorsements and recent news articles.)
Voting takes places from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
View a list of election-day sites. You can vote at any of the 15 voting centers. (SFCC is not an election-day site.)
For the first time ever, the oldest and largest food and wine society in the world, Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, will hold the Far West Regional Young Chefs Competition in Santa Fe.
The Chaîne des Rôtisseurs Guest Chefs Culinary Arts Scholarship Dinner is Thurs., March 1 at 5:30 p.m. The Far West Regional Young Chefs Competition, Simulcast, Chaîne Culinary Arts Kitchen Ribbon Cutting and Young Chefs Awards Ceremony – are all on Sat., March 3 beginning at noon. All events are in the Jemez Rooms. Tickets to the dinner are $100 (a portion of which is tax deductible).
You can purchase tickets online or through the SFCC Foundation at 505-428-1855 or via email to Linda Cassel. Proceeds support the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs Endowed Scholarship for SFCC’s Culinary Arts Students. More details on the guest chefs and their enticing menu and the competition are available online.
Fab Lab Santa Fe Grand Opening, Feb. 12
Everyone’s invited to grand opening celebration of Fab Lab Santa Fe in the Trades and Advanced Technology Building from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 12. Tour Fab Lab Santa Fe from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and then join Interim President Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D. and other dignitaries for festivities in the TATC lobby from 5 to 5:30 p.m. Fab Lab Santa Fe is SFCC’s latest partner at the Innovation Center.
Learn about upcoming CDIL events – SFCC #kindnessiskey Initiative art show, the Art of Climate Justice contest and the kick-off tomorrow of the Campus Crossroads film series with a screening of Presenting Princess Shaw.
Volunteer at the 2018 Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival
Volunteers are needed for this year’s STEM Santa Fe Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival set for 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Fri., Feb. 23 in the Jemez Rooms. No previous experience with the activities or with math is required, just an interest in mentoring and coaching. A training session will be scheduled a few days before the festival for new volunteers.
Seven SFCC students have been awarded Regional College/Returning Student (RCRS) Scholarships from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation.
Congratulations to Kamille Chavez of Los Alamos, studying nursing; Anajla Coughlin of Santa Fe, studying business administration and accounting; Stephanie Griego of Santa Fe, studying accounting; Moustapha Idrissa of Santa Fe, studying Water Technology; Kevin Kiley of Santa Fe, studying psychology and legal studies; Rachael Mueller of Santa Fe, studying nursing; and Sonia Sabatini of Ohkay Owingeh, studying nursing.
If you missed the email sent to all students by director of advising Heidi Weingart, check out this useful information about services available on campus to support students along with a reminder from registrar Kathleen Sena of the Academic Calendar deadlines.
Financial aid funds can be used to purchase meal cards that are accepted at the SFCC cafeteria and the Campus Center Cafe in Campus Center. To use financial funds, please make arrangements with the Cashiers Office.
Meal cards are refillable and can be prepaid with financial aid, a credit card, cash or check. To learn more contact Behzad Dayeny, ext. 1363.
Representatives of Century Bank will be on campus from 2 to 4 p.m., today, Monday, Feb. 5 in Room 217 for SFCC employees to learn about and sign up for Century Platinum Checking accounts.
For more information, contact Amy Pell, ext. 1502.
Celebrate Valentine's Day with CE
Treat your Valentine to a special class through Continuing Education. Two classes to enjoy: Valentine’s Matches Made in Heaven: Dessert Wines and Desserts with Chef Maria Bustamante Bernal and Wine Instructor Howard Spiegelman on Feb. 10 or learn the art of tinwork with Tin Valentine by Spanish Market Artist Richard Gabriel on Feb. 14. Use your EEBs! Call 428-1676 to register.
The Student Success staff members recently recognized four graduates in the division with a celebration.
As pictured: Melba Ramos, SFCC-AA in Photography; Kelly Durbin, NMSU College of Education with an MA in Educational Administration-with Honors; Bernadette Gonzales, Arizona State University Bachelors of Science-Family and Human Development with a minor in Sociology-graduated Cum Laude and; Tiffany Bracamontes, University of New Mexico-Bachelors of Arts in Chicana/o Studies Online Transnational Perspective, Minor: Integrative Studies/Spanish concentration and inducted to Phi Kappa Phi Fall 2017, Deans List, Honors.
Volunteer at this year's Gerald Clay Memorial Basketball Tournament
The School of Fitness Education will host the 2nd annual Gerald Clay Memorial 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7.
One hundred volunteers are needed. Shifts are 3 to 4 hours each and jobs include score keeping, time keeping, concessions, ticket sales, player registration, greeting attendees, runners in gym and tabulators – you will receive a t-shirt and food and you’ll get to watch some fun basketball. To sign up to volunteer please go to the volunteer site.
Gerald Clay, the first basketball coach at SFCC, worked for over 20 years as full-time faculty for the School of Fitness Education. He passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in August of 2016. Proceeds from the event support an exercise science scholarship in Gerald’s name.
Intersectionality examines how different forms of oppression work together. Each person has multiple identities stemming from relationships, history, geographical location, and power structures that allow individuals to experience both oppression and privilege simultaneously.
Intersectionality suggests that in order to create a truly fair society, all forms of oppression must be dismantled. View definition in Spanish.