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April 1, 2015

Learn How to Weld on State-of-the-Art Equipment

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It’s amazing how some extra space in a new building can improve an already high-quality program that helps students be job-ready in a field desperate for skilled workers. That’s the case for the Welding Technology Program that moved into new space in January 2015 in Little Bear Peak on the Larimer Campus. Jason Walsh, program […]

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March 30, 2015

Community College Students Express Appreciation

Student Success

More than once in a while, a web alert tells me about a former student who has moved on and is doing well. I should share these stories more often. Class ferments brewery For example, you never know when what is learned at FRCC will blossom. Matt Cutter took an entrepreneurship class at FRCC in […]

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March 20, 2015

GIS Faculty Wins National Teaching Honor

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The task is to assess the risks involved in building a one-acre park close to the Los Angeles River in a densely populated low-income neighborhood with lots of children. Welcome to Classroom 2.0, presided over by Dave Skiles. Teaching, sure, but also listening, guiding, collaborating, and letting the students find their way in GIS 165. […]

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March 16, 2015

FRCC Alumna, Denver Attorney Join Foundation

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A Front Range Community College alumna now a Fort Collins economic development officer and a Denver attorney have joined the FRCC Foundation board of directors. SeonAh Kendall and Ryan M. Tharp begin three-year terms this month. Kendall, economic policy and project manager for the city of Fort Collins, received an Associate of Arts from FRCC […]

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