Twenty-two Thompson School District students have been designated for a Student of Merit award in the College Now-Career Pathways Program for the fall 2011 semester at Front Range Community College-Larimer Campus. Student of Merit winners exhibit academic and technical excellence within their chosen career programs. About 420 high school students from Larimer County schools are
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Nineteen Poudre School District students have been designated for a Student of Merit award in the College Now-Career Pathways Program for the fall 2011 semester at Front Range Community College-Larimer Campus. Student of Merit winners exhibit academic and technical excellence within their chosen career programs. About 420 high school students from Larimer County schools are
Front Range Community College Receives Amgen Foundation Grant to Expand Biotechnology Program in High Schools
Front Range Community College has received a grant of $186,825 over two years from the Amgen Foundation to expand the Amgen-Bruce Wallace Biotechnology Lab Program with high schools in FRCC’s service area. The Amgen-Bruce Wallace Biotechnology Lab Program enables high school teachers to integrate Nobel-Prize winning recombinant DNA technology into their science curriculum. The program
Bruce Walthers has been appointed vice president of the Larimer Campus of Front Range Community College, effective Jan. 3, 2012. Walthers has been vice president for student services and enrollment management at Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood since 2000. A Colorado State University alumnus, he has nearly 30 years experience in higher education administration.
The Student Government Association (SGA) at the Front Range Community College Campus in Fort Collins is tackling a hidden issue on many college campuses: hunger. SGA was the host for a Hunger Banquet® to raise awareness and begin to stock a food pantry on campus. 9News covered the event and you can watch the news
After graduating from the University of Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in economics, Sheri Kalina started working as a teller and ATM specialist for a credit union. While working at the credit union and then as the registration processor for Conference Services at the University of Colorado-Boulder, Sheri discovered she liked numbers and accounting.
Peter Beal is a bit of an Renaissance man. He teaches humanities and art history at the FRCC campus in Fort Collins. He paints and has an exhibition of his paintings at Mercury Framing, 4692 N. Broadway, Boulder, through Dec. 22. “Open Space” is based on the landscapes of the Colorado prairies.
Away from the prairies he paints, he has written a book about bouldering.
More than $250,000 in college scholarships from the Front Range Community College Foundation are available to FRCC students, and it’s time to start work on your scholarship package application. Scholarship applications for the 2012-2013 academic year will be accepted until 3 p.m. Thursday, March 1, 2012. The application is made online. It includes two letters