All posts by Jay Anderson

SFPD Participating in DEA’s Take Back Day

April 19, 2021 – The Santa Fe College Police Department is participating in the Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA’s) Take Back Day, where they will be accepting unused prescription drugs. Beginning Thursday, April 22, and running through the weekend, there will be a drop-off box in the SFPD lobby where people can deposit tablets, capsules, patches, … Continue reading SFPD Participating in DEA’s Take Back Day

Thomas Beckwith Named to Emerging Leaders List at NACADA

April 15, 2021 – Santa Fe College’s Coordinator of the Academic Advisement Center, Thomas Beckwith, was named to the 2021-2023 Class of Emerging Leaders for NACADA – The Global Community for Academic Advising. Beckwith was one of only ten advisors selected internationally for this leadership program. The program is designed to provide mentoring that will … Continue reading Thomas Beckwith Named to Emerging Leaders List at NACADA

Career Service Council Will Hold Their Next Meeting April 21

April 14, 2021 – The Career Service Council at Santa Fe College will hold their monthly meeting Wednesday, April 21, at 10 a.m. via Zoom. All agendas, minutes, and other important documentation can be accessed through Canvas. Please contact your representative if you have any questions or concerns. The next Career Service Council meeting will be Wednesday, May 19.

QEP Remains Open on Canvas – Second Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for April 23

April 13, 2021 – The Canvas Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) course currently has five submitted videos (thanks to Cheryl Calhoun, Lee Delaino, Jason Frank, Adrienne Provost and Stefanie Waschull) pitching ideas focusing on improving specific student learning outcomes and/or student success. These are located in separate modules for viewing by faculty and staff and are … Continue reading QEP Remains Open on Canvas – Second Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for April 23

College Senate Agenda for April 13, 2021

April 13, 2021 – The Santa Fe College Executive Council will meet Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at 3:30 p.m. on a Zoom call to practice social distancing. The agenda follows: CALL TO ORDER APPROVAL OF MINUTES – March 30, 2021 COMMUNICATION FROM COLLEGE PRESIDENT COMMUNICATION FROM SENATE PRESIDENTStudent Conduct Code 7.23 Update2022-23 CalendarFaculty Equity StudyEmail DistributionBarnes … Continue reading College Senate Agenda for April 13, 2021

Saluting SFPD Dispatchers For 2021 National Telecommunicators Week

April 12, 2021 – National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week occurs every year on the second full week of April as a time to recognize and thank telecommunications personnel in the public safety communications field. This year the week runs from April 11-17, and Santa Fe College takes time out to honor our “behind-the-scenes heroes.” The … Continue reading Saluting SFPD Dispatchers For 2021 National Telecommunicators Week

Career Service STAR Nominations Due April 30

April 7, 2021 – Nominations for Santa Fe College Career Service S.T.A.R. Awards are due Friday, April 30, 2021. S.T.A.R . Awards are presented to full-time Career Service employees who have been in their current position a minimum of one year. This Career Service staff member would have made a valuable and appreciated impact within … Continue reading Career Service STAR Nominations Due April 30

Two Follow-up Sessions on Metacognition Professional Development Set for April 9

April 2, 2021 – Santa Fe College’s Center for Academic Technologies and Training (CATT) invite those who attended the professional development session last month on metacognition to keep the conversation going. As a follow-up to Dr. Saundra McGuire’s virtual keynote presentation, the Learning Commons staff will host  “Closing the Gap: Metacognition is Key” discussions on Friday, April 9. For flexibility, … Continue reading Two Follow-up Sessions on Metacognition Professional Development Set for April 9

Professional Development Scholarship Application Open Through April 26

April 2, 2021 – Santa Fe College offers Professional Development Scholarships to SF employees looking to earn a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree. Applications will be accepted beginning Friday, April 2, and will close at midnight Monday, April 26, 2021. The applications are available on the Professional Development Scholarship webpage or by going to the … Continue reading Professional Development Scholarship Application Open Through April 26

Some Spring Appointments Still Available at SF Dental Clinic

April 1, 2021- The Santa Fe College Dental Clinic has a few openings still available this spring semester. SF Dental program students will take a full series of dental x-rays (and panoramic if needed) at no cost, a $150-$300 value in private practice. Services are offered by appointment only, please plan on one to two hours … Continue reading Some Spring Appointments Still Available at SF Dental Clinic

QEP Enhancement Plan Course Now Available in Canvas

March 31, 2021 – Santa Fe College faculty and staff who participated in the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) pitch meeting last week – or those who are interested in the college’s QEP – can now access a new course in Canvas. Use this link,courses.sfcollege.edu/courses/427096, and log into Canvas with your SFID and password. Once on … Continue reading QEP Enhancement Plan Course Now Available in Canvas

Samantha Long, Automotive Service Management Technology, Class of 2021.

Saints of Santa Fe College – Samantha Long

March 30, 2021 – “I’ve been interested in cars since I was a little girl. I was always excited to buy Hot Wheels. Whenever they had the “boys and girls” toys at McDonald’s, I always picked the Hot Wheels. There was a little collision shop that I would pass by as a kid. I’d see these cars that were totally destroyed and broken. You wouldn’t even think they … Continue reading Saints of Santa Fe College – Samantha Long

Dr. Dan Rodkin Featured on an International Education Panel

March 30, 2021 – Earlier this month, Santa Fe College’s Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Dan Rodkin was featured as part of an international education panel hosted by the  America Center at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. He was one of three US higher education professionals, along with representatives from Georgia College and … Continue reading Dr. Dan Rodkin Featured on an International Education Panel

SF President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D. speaks to attendees at the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new LGBTQ+ Resource Center on SF's Northwest Campus

Santa Fe College Opens LGBTQ+ Resource Center on Northwest Campus

March 30, 2021 – Monday afternoon, Santa Fe College held a ceremony to officially mark the opening of an LGBTQ+ Resource Center on the college’s Northwest Campus. The efforts to establish the center were led by students and college officials who worked together to envision the center as a place that is welcoming to all … Continue reading Santa Fe College Opens LGBTQ+ Resource Center on Northwest Campus