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Spezza Joins Larimer Campus as Dean of Instruction

Dr. Nicholas Spezza is a new dean of instruction at Front Range Community College. He will oversee the Business, Integrated Technology, and College Now departments at the Larimer Campus. Most recently, Spezza was dean of academic and student affairs at the Homestead Campus of Miami Dade College in Florida, one of nine campuses of the

High School Students Save Lives with Birthing Kits

Who would have thought that a few supplies placed in a plastic sandwich bag could save three lives? But those supplies do save lives, and students in two College Now-Career Pathways classes packed hundreds of those sandwich bags recently. Students explore medical careers. The students are in the Medical Careers Exploration class – high school

Student Documentary Explores Farm to Table Movement

Farmers markets, community supported agriculture (CSA), farm-to-table restaurants – more and more people today are interested in where their food comes from, how it is grown, and how it arrives to their plates. Digital media students at Front Range Community College’s Westminster Campus are preparing a documentary about this trend. “Next-Door Nutrition” is in its

Hildman Named Adjunct Instructor of the Year at FRCC

Darrick Hildman, who teaches Communications courses, is the Adjunct Instructor of the Year at Front Range Community College. He was honored at a meeting of the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education. Hildman has been teaching Communication courses – public speaking and interpersonal communication – at the Larimer Campus for five years. But

FRCC in Boulder County Receives Healthy Community Award

The Boulder County Campus of Front Range Community College received a Healthy Community Award from Boulder County Public Health for embodying the spirit of public service through reducing exposure to secondhand smoke. The Boulder County Campus implemented a tobacco-free policy that protects the health of more than 3,000 students, staff, and visitors. In 2014, a

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