Join Santa Fe College for the last SF2UF Bridge Lecture of the semester. Dr. Habibeh Khoshbouei will talk about her career and research in pharmacology and the study of methamphetamine addiction. For more information contact Dr. Beatriz Gonzalez firstname.lastname@example.org. When: Tuesday, April 4, at 12:30 p.m. Where: P-131
Santa Fe College students are invited to attend a seminar by Calvin LeClear, DVM, discussing his veterinarian career. He will answer questions about what the job entails, who helps them and how to become one. Everyone is invited When: Tuesday, April 4, at noon Where: Building HA (UF@SF Center)
Purchase a Santa Fe College Mug and receive one free fill of Starbucks brewed or iced coffee or tea. Bring it back each visit and refill it for $.90 + tax.
March 8, 2017 SF FASTPITCH SAINTS PICK UP TWO ONE-RUN WINS OVER LINCOLN LAND, 3-2 AND 9-8 Gainesville, FL – Santa Fe College Saints didn’t make it easy on themselves, but still came away with two wins on Wednesday afternoon against visiting Lincoln Land CC (IL), the first 3-2 and the second 9-8. Autumn Green … Continue reading SF Fastpitch – Saints Pick Up Two One-Run Wins Over Lincoln Land
Request for Agenda Items for next Executive Council meeting which is scheduled for Tuesday, March 14, from 3:30-5:15 p.m. in Building P room 160. Please submit items to David Price email@example.com or Art Grant firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo quarter mile trail today at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Just a reminder that if you can’t make it during the scheduled times of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., you can walk over to the zoo anytime between now and Friday during your normal workday schedule. Email Beverly … Continue reading Small Steps. Big Results! Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo Nature Walk
Five Points of Life Relay Marathon. JoAnn Wilkes led the DHP Focus on the Future team and Michele Leavitt led the WESI Women’s Economic Stability Initiative team. It was a beautiful day to walk!
The RUE Spring Speakers Series launches this year with Jennifer Forshee’s “The Mirage of Journey: Cosmopolitanism and the Capabilities Approach” Tuesday, Feb. 28 in the Lawrence W. Tyree Library lobby at 2 p.m. Please come by to listen to our very own professor Forshee present her latest research.
User-friendly, responsive design abounds throughout Santa Fe College’s new Admissions, Financial Aid and Application web portals. The three projects that launched Monday, Feb. 27, were the culmination of a yearlong collaboration between teams from SF Communications & Creative Services, Financial Aid, Admissions and Information Technology Services. “Students live on mobile devices.” says John Carmean, Director … Continue reading Santa Fe College Launches New Admissions, Financial Aid and Student Application Portals
Francisco Lourenco was selected to participate in the Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internship Program (HIP) this summer in Boston. This year, 650 candidates submitted complete applications for this year’s program. His was one of 35 which met or exceeded the rigorous review standards. Swan Htun was selected to participate in a Summer internship at the National Institutes … Continue reading Congratulations Santa Fe College Honors Students
Request for Agenda items for next Executive Council meeting which will be Tuesday from 3:30-5:15 p.m. So far, the agenda has a follow-up report from Salary and Benefits, 3.9 follow up. The meeting will start at 3:30 p.m. or as close as possible. Please submit items to David Price email@example.com
Registration for Community Education’s fourth College for Kids Space Challenge Camp is still underway! See full course descriptions and register for CFK Spring Break Space Challenge Register at http://bit.ly/2j3RNfG. You may also call (352) 395-5193 to register by phone. Fee: $259 (includes two camp T-shirts and daily lunch from Subway).
Yesterday, Feb. 16, 2017, the State Board of Education recognized the Santa Fe College Student Body President, Jacobi I. Bedenfield, as well as five Alachua County Public Schools students for overcoming challenges to achieve their academic and personal goals. Congratulations to these outstanding students, especially our own Jacobi I. Bedenfield!
This semester, Santa Fe College is administering a Sexual Misconduct Campus Climate Survey. This confidential survey is designed to help us better understand the life experiences of SF students, and especially the incidence of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking, while attending SF. In the next two weeks, all enrolled students will … Continue reading Sexual Misconduct Campus Climate Survey
Santa Fe College’s Community Education at the Center for Innovation and Economic Development debuted two new social media courses Thursday tailored for senior citizens. The courses were “Facebook 101 for Seniors” and “Pinterest 101 for Seniors,” which is Feb. 23… Read the full Gainesville Sun article here.
The Evacu-Trac Chair provides safe and simple emergency evacuation for the mobility impaired. During an emergency, even most elevators are disabled (for safety reasons). This poses a problem when evacuating wheelchair users and other mobility impaired persons from school story floors and above. Join the DRC and Santa Fe College Police Department on 02/16/2017 at … Continue reading SF Evacu-Trac Chair Demonstration
How are marriage and family structures different in China than in the United States? How do different generations interact with each other? How has this changed through time? How has the one-child policy impacted families and courtship in the country? Join Dr. Dian’en Zhang, a visiting scholar from Beijing Union University, as he explores … Continue reading Marriage and Family in Chinese Society
The changes highlighted by “track changes” format in the attached Word document will be voted on at the next Santa Fe College Senate Executive Council Meeting on 2-14-2017. The meeting is in Building P, room 160 3:30-5:15 p.m. for those who wish to attend. Please send any feedback on these changes to your representative. Document … Continue reading Changes to SF Senate Constitution on Representation of Part-time Employees
William Hatfield will be signing books from his science fiction series “Fists of Earth and the LGBTQ/mystery Key West series “TNT” Thursday, Feb. 16, 2:00-4 p.m., at Coffee101 in the Santa Fe College Lawrence W. Tyree Library. Bill, as he is better known as on campus, is the textbook manager of the Santa Fe College … Continue reading Author Book Signing With William Hatfield
Join the Nuclear Medicine Program students and faculty as they guide you through the state-of-the-art laboratory and describe this excellent career opportunity. Learn about the exotic Positron Emission Tomography (PET) diagnostic, advanced laboratory analysis, and direct patient care procedures that uniquely define this sophisticated healthcare profession, which has a local entry-level salary of $29.00 per hour. … Continue reading Nuclear Medicine Technology Open House
Santa Fe College Community Education won the Gainesville Sun Readers Choice Award for Best Nonprofit/Charity Education.