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New Vice President at FRCC’s Boulder County Campus

Aparna Palmer, PhD, joins FRCC to take on leadership role. Front Range Community College’s campus in Longmont will soon have a new vice president—Aparna Palmer, PhD. She will also oversee the college’s nearby Center for Integrated Manufacturing. As a new member of FRCC’s leadership team, Palmer brings with her more than 20 years of experience […]

State Awards Recognize Best, Brightest Community College Students

CCCS honors 18 FRCC students—and peers around the state—for their inspiring achievements. This week the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) paid tribute to top students from schools around the state during a video presentation of the system’s 2021 Student Excellence Awards. Eighteen distinguished students from Front Range Community College were chosen for this year’s honor. […]

New Vice President at FRCC’s Westminster Campus

Headshot of Tricia Johnson

Tricia Johnson, EdD, joins FRCC to take on leadership role. Front Range Community College’s campus in Westminster has a new vice president—Tricia Johnson, EdD. As a new member of the college’s leadership team, she brings with her 20 years of experience in education. She served most recently as the vice president for academic affairs at […]

FRCC Hires Executive Director to Focus on Equity

New leadership position will help steer ongoing diversity and inclusion efforts at the college. Front Range Community College has hired Abenicio Rael, M.Ed., to be the school’s first executive director of equity and inclusion. “Creating this new position will sharpen FRCC’s focus on our goals of inclusive excellence, educational equity and advancing opportunity for all,” […]

On MLK Day 2021, Striving to Do Better

Most of us are eager to leave the last year far behind—and 2021 isn’t showing much improvement so far. But there are some important lessons we’ve learned from the events of 2020, and Martin Luther King Day seems an appropriate time to reflect on those. As FRCC’s president Andy Dorsey wrote to students over the […]

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