“The feedback that I get most often when I’m talking to people who have very different political ideologies is that they miss having civil conversations. The professors at Santa Fe were the first that noticed me and took me under their wing to hone my writing and cultivate my philosophy skills. One of those professors, … Continue reading Ethics Bowl champ offers advice on civil discourse
The college is producing a short video to encourage and support prospective first generation students. If you were a first generation student – the first in your family to attend college – please come to the Media Studio, P-131, on Thursday, October 29 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you have a story to tell … Continue reading Were you a first generation student? Help the college film a short video on Oct. 29!
October 22, 2020 – Santa Fe College faculty and staff are invited to join the SF Teaching Zoo’s annual pumpkin carving contest. No need to bring it to campus – this year, the contest is virtual! Email a photo of your carved pumpkin to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, October 31. Zookeepers in the Zoo Animal … Continue reading Teaching Zoo Hosts Virtual Pumpkin Carving Contest
Former Santa Fe Saints left-handed pitcher Ryan Yarbrough is playing in the Fall Classic this week with the Tampa Bay Rays. Ryan played baseball for the Saints in the spring of 2011 and 2012, winning the Mid-Florida Conference both years. “It’s real exciting to watch Ryan live his dream of playing in the major leagues … Continue reading Ryan Yarbrough, first Saint to play in the World Series
October 21, 2020 –– Today is #GlobalEthicsDay and Santa Fe College is celebrating eight SF students selected by the Intercollegiate Civil Disagreement Partnership (ICDP) to serve in the inaugural cohort of Civil Disagreement fellows. The ICDP is a consortium of ethics centers and programs that recently formed between five institutions: Harvard University, Stanford University, California … Continue reading Eight members of Ethics Bowl team selected for Civil Disagreement fellowship
Teaching online? Are you unable to get your classes to the library? Then Zoom into College Research is here to help! The series includes three different workshops. The Research 101 workshop will introduce students to the research process, including devising a search strategy, searching for books and articles, how to read a scholarly article, and … Continue reading Zoom into College Research with the Library
September 21, 2020 – Students, faculty and staff on the Northwest Campus can now get the extra fuel they need for the fall term. Coffee 101, located on the ground floor of the Lawrence W. Tyree Library, has reopened. Coffee, snacks and other goodies are available. What else is at the library? Wi-Fi! Students are … Continue reading Grounds for Celebrating! Coffee 101 Reopens.
Sept. 14, 2020 –– I’m a product of the foster system here in Gainesville. My parents were not well enough to take care of me. So, I was raised in this wonderful family. I credit a lot of my character, my fire and passion for wanting to serve people – I get that from my … Continue reading Saints of Santa Fe College – Kane Ahern
If you want to stay up to date with the search for and selection of the college’s fifth president, visit the new Presidential Search page on SF’s website. Here you will find information about where we are on the timeline of the search, the independent firm assisting with the process, the members of the Search Committee, … Continue reading Stay informed with the Presidential Search page