Jamese Coker can recall the teachers who made a difference in her life, and now she wants to make a difference in the lives of other young people. Great Teachers Inspired Her. Mr. Fair and Miss Vanderstein, for instance. Mr. Fair’s mantra was from “The Little Engine That Could” – I think I can, I […]
Nancy West, director of advising at the Boulder County Campus of Front Range Community College, is the winner of a President’s Award for Outstanding Service to FRCC. Her award was given at the campus’s annual awards event. Other award winners: Ronda Mitchell and Mary Torbett, Classified Staff of the Year Peggy Copeland, Administrator of the […]
Rudolfo Tapia Jr. is an emerging leader at Front Range, and he has a scholarship to prove it. A Pharmacy Technician student, Rudolfo received an Emerging Leaders Scholarship for $1,000 from the National Society of Leadership and Success for his established leadership ability and accomplishments. Planning Events for the Deaf Community. Rudolfo, who is deaf, […]
Nowell Vincent and Dr. Erik Arthun are the master teachers of 2013 at the Larimer Campus of Front Range Community College. Vincent is director of the Interior Design Program. She has undergraduate degrees in theater and interior design and a master’s degree in interior design from Colorado State University. Vincent started her career as a […]
Front Range Community College President Andrew Dorsey has received a Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction from Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for community colleges. The award recognizes outstanding efforts given toward promoting the goals of Phi Theta Kappa. FRCC has Phi Theta Kappa chapters at its Boulder County, Larimer, and Westminster campuses. […]
Khanh is a grower at Trinity Farms in Brighton. He works inside a 43,000-square-foot greenhouse with long rows and rows of Beefsteak and other varieties of tomatoes. All organic, and grown hydroponically. Hydroponics is a system of horticulture that grows plants without soil and uses mineral-nutrient solutions.
Dr. Andy DeRoche loves academic life. He’s felt at home in the world of learning from the time he took his seat in the first grade — which isn’t too surprising. His mother and father were teachers in rural Maine, and they nurtured his love of learning. Inspired by the Civil War Years later, in […]
Dr. Elizabeth Bauer always wanted to be a veterinarian. It took seven years as an environmental engineer, however, to realize she had “fallen in love with horses again.” So she returned to Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences and earned her doctor of veterinary medicine degree. She entered a small-animal private […]