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Utah State University and Salt Lake Community College Form Strategic Partnership

Utah State University President Stan Albrecht and Salt Lake Community College President Cynthia A. Bioteau signed an agreement Thursday, March 28, establishing a strategic partnership between the two institutions of higher learning.
The agreement provides coursework to SLCC students enabling them to seamlessly transfer to USU and complete USU’s bachelor’s degree requirements.  The coursework is delivered via USU’s Regional Campus and Distance Education interactive video conferencing system directly to the SLCC campus. “One of our highest priorities as Utah’s land-grant institution is to expand access to high-quality educational opportunities for people in the state,” Albrecht said. “Through this new partnership, we are joining forces with another great Utah educational institution to make a college degree even more obtainable for students.” Albrecht said USU’s land-grant mission melds perfectly with SLCC’s mission, and this new partnership gives students one more option as they pursue a …

Religion & Culture Symposium 2013

Thursday, April 4, 2013 • 3:00 - 5:30 p.m. 
Taylorsville Redwood Campus • Student Center • Oak Room 

Special Guests:  Dr. Martha Bradley, Professor of Architecture, University of Utah 
Deacon Scott Dodge, Catholic Diocese, Cathedral of the Madeleine 
Balaji Suddabattula, Board Member, Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple 
Shelby Walker, Priestess, Order of Our Lady of Salt 


Friday, April 5, 2013 • 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. 
Taylorsville Redwood Campus • TB 203



Extending the discussion of Sacred Space:  Joshua Mulder, Master Sculptor and Director of the Great Stupa Dharmakaya at Shambhala Mountain Center, Colorado 

SLCC Job Fair 2013

Tuesday, April 9
8:30 am - 2 pm
Student Event Center
Taylorsville Redwood Campus



Schedule: http://www.slcc.edu/SECES/workshop-schedule.aspx 

Contact: 
Taylorsville Redwood Campus | AD 195 801-957-4014 
South City Campus | W 134 801-957-3047 
Jordan Campus | B 164 801-957-6242 

Presented by: 
Career and Student Employment Services 
www.slcc.edu/seces
Individuals who require accommodations for this event should contact 
SLCC’s Disability Resource Center at 801-957-4659. 
AA/EO INSTITUTION

Not the Messiah Celebrating 40 Years of Monty Python

April 5-6 | 7:30pmA Comic Oratorio by Eric Idle & John DuPrez
based on Monty Python's LIFE OF BRIAN
Tickets: $7-$15

In 1979, Monty Python’s LIFE OF BRIAN turned the Biblical epic on its head. Now, the creators of SPAMALOT, Eric Idle & John Du Prez turn classical music on its ear! Prepare for NOT THE MESSIAH (He's a Very Naughty Boy), the comedic masterpiece that combines all of the unforgettable humor of the Python’s most celebrated film with the overblown grandeur of operatic solists, full symphony orchestra and chorus.

Meet the Cast

MC: Dave Hanson
Brian: Anthony Thomas Buck
Judith: Angie Chatelain Avila
Mandy: Marcie Jacobsen
Reg: Ryan Paskins
Character: Brandon Rufener
Naughty Chorus: Margo Watson, Kaisa Carlson, Natalie Easter, April Tritchler Bradin Wilhelmsen, Michael Jensen Jim Dale, Thomas Moore

Upcoming Grand Theatre Events:

Evil Dead: the Musical
March 29 & 30

Monty Python’s Not the Messiah
April 5 & 6
7:30pm

SLCC Dance Company Concert
April 12 &a…

The Conversation Program, 2013

Our Mission is to inspire students to continually strive for higher levels of academic performance through creative and strategic methods that address emotional and educational challenges. This will be accomplished by maintaining focus in achieving the students’ intended scholastic goals.
Week 5 April 2: Bulletproof Your Future Career Week 6 April 9: Unleash the Leader You Already Are! Week 7 April 16: Explore the Dynamic World of Relationships to Succeed in College and Beyond
Where: South City Campus - Room W131 When: EVERY Wednesday Time: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Career Advancement Calendar Program Schedule

NCAA March Madness BBQ 2013

Free!

Thursday, March 28 at 5:30 pm HTC/Quad - Jordan Campus
Come join for games, food, and basketball!

SLCC Welcomes The Boys & Girls Club, 2013

Wednesday, April 3 4 -6 pm
Student Event Center, Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Event: Field Trip For: Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salt Lake City
All SLCC students and their children are welcome!

Battle of the Bruins 2013

Friday, April 5
10:30 am - 1:00 pm

Taylorsville Redwood LAC

Play basketball, volleyball, or kickball.

Teams will be formed on-site.

For SLCC students only!

$1 for one game, $2 for three games

Bring your gym clothes and water

Proceeds go to Whittaker Elementary School

Kill the Club Dance

Performing live: Common Kings & FIJI

Promoting Higher Education!

April 6, 2013
The Complex
Tickets: $25
Presale: 801.907.0099

Doors open at 8 pm. 18+ event.

Summer Blast-Off Extravaganza, 2013

Wednesday, April 17
10 am - 1 pm
South City Campus

Win prizes! Make a fun t-shirt! Play games!

Great way to kick-off summer.

Eric Stolhanske, Foolish Preserverance

Eric Stolhanske
Foolish Perseverance: How a Kid with a Wooden Leg Took on Tinseltown

Wednesday, March 27 - Noon

Taylorsville Redwood Campus
STC Student Event Center

Starrred in such movies as Super Troopers and Beerfest. And part of the comedy group Broken Lizard.

First Generation Film Viewing

March 28, 2013
Noon - 2pm and  6 - 8 pm
Taylorville Redwood Campus Technology Building

Digital Arts Internship Fair

Thursday, April 4, 2013 8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Salt Lake Community College
South City Campus, Atrium
1575 So. State Street, SLC

Join Salt Lake Community College in collaboration with the Department of Workforce Services and Student Employment and Cooperative Education Services for a Digital Arts Internship Fair.


Fair Events include:
• Industry Exchange – Learn about internship opportunities from leading
industry companies.
• Industry Exhibits – Industry booths exhibiting products and services.
• Tutorials – Hands-on work sessions with industry & professional
organizations.

Bruin Parade Band Auditions 2013

SLCC Bruin Parade Band!

Needs enthusiastic brass, woodwind, and percussion performers!

Call Dr. Craig Ferrin: 801-381-0007

or email at craig.ferrin@slcc.edu for an audition.

Receive a $250 cash stipend for joining the fun!

ACE Funding 2013!

Have an idea for a campus event? Need money? Here is a solution!


Apply for funding from the Arts & Cultural Events Committee.

Event can be new or existing.

Event needs to be sponsored by either faculty/staff or an organization/department of SLCC.

Application form can be found at: www.slcc.edu/ace

Application deadline is April 5, 2013.

Application be found at www.slcc.edu/ace

Application deadline is April 5, 2013

Call Sarah Young: 801-957-3460
or email: sarah.young@slcc.edu

Grad Fair 2013!

Tuesday, March 27
9 am - 6 pm

Wednesday, March 28
9 am - 6 pm

- Purchase your cap and gown
- Receive your Stole of Gratitude
- Pick up Honor Cords
- Purchase announcements
- Order diploma frames
- Order a school ring
- Make a graduation portrait appointment
- Win prizes!

Prize drawing for graduates: Enter to win an iPod!

http://bookstore.slcc.edu

SLCC Student McRae Williams Wins X Games Slopestyle Competition

Salt Lake Community College student McRae Williams won a gold medal in the X Games Men's Ski Slopestyle finals in Tignes, France.

Williams a 22 year-old Salt Lake City resident, was victorious in his first trip to an X Games final. “It feels amazing. First-ever X Games finals and a gold medal. I can't believe it," Williams said.


Williams winning effort included a second run score of 94.33. He defeated silver medalist Jossi Wells from New Zealand bronze medalist Gus Kenworthy of the United States.



The Winter X Games Tignes is an international sporting event that consists of men’s and women’s slopestyle and superpipe competitions for skiers and snowboarders. One of the X Games’ most popular events, slopestyle is an event that judges contestants on both the difficulty of the tricks they perform and the amplitude of their jumps. Competitors are rewarded for including a variety of tricks and penalized if the tricks performed are too similar. Slopestyle originated as a snowboardin…

SLCC Names Kent Frogley Assistant VP of Institutional Marketing and Communications

Salt Lake Community College has named Kent Frogley assistant vice president of institutional marketing and communications. This senior-level position is responsible for the College’s communications and marketing efforts.


“We are delighted to add someone to our team with the experience and vision that Kent brings,” said SLCC vice president of institutional advancement Alison McFarlane.  “We are fortunate to be able to draw on his considerable skillset. He will absolutely enable us to be even more effective and engaging in our communications and marketing efforts.”

Frogley comes to the College with experience in senior leadership positions at several firms, including leading global marketing at FranklinCovey, partner at Taylor Fife Kent as well as experience at O.C. Tanner, Saatchi & Saatchi DFS and Bates Worldwide.

“Salt Lake Community College is thriving. I feel fortunate to join an institution that is so important to Utah’s educational ecosystem,” Frogley said. “Education gives peop…

Salt Lake Community College Honors U.S. Military’s African-American Pioneers

Salt Lake Community College honored some of the African American pioneers of the United States military’s five branches. The College launched a campaign during National Black History month dedicated to the stories of military personnel that don’t often get told.

“Every year, Salt Lake Community College focuses on an aspect of Black History that is educational and isn’t necessarily in the mainstream,” said Joy Tlou, SLCC public relations director. “In the past, we’ve put together profiles of poets, visual artists, musicians, and this year we decided to take a closer look at some of the lesser-known accomplishments African-Americans have made to our country’s military history.”

Perhaps the two most famous groups profiled by the College were The Tuskegee Airmen and Buffalo Soldiers. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African-American military aviators in the United States armed forces. These soldiers fought in the United States’ armed forces in World War II. Buffalo Soldiers were members o…

Patents Expert Ken Horton Headlines Intellectual Property Breakfast Seminar Series

The Salt Lake Region Small Business Development Center at Salt Lake Community College is hosting a Breakfast Seminar on March 26 from 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m., which will examine Intellectual Property laws, including patentable subject matter, patent infringement, ownership, international patent protection and more.

Professor Ken Horton will be the guest speaker and will facilitate the session, which will follow a breakfast and networking event at 7:30 a.m.  Horton is an Association Professor for the MBA Technology Management Program at Westminster College. His professional practice specializes in domestic and foreign patent prosecution, intellectual property litigation, trademark, copyrights, trade secrets, and intellectual property evaluations.

The seminar will be held at the College’s Miller campus in the Corporate Partnership Center, Room 333, 9750 South 300 West, in Sandy. To register for this free seminar visit http://www.mbrcslcc.com/intellectualproperty or call 801-957-5200.  For m…

Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Educational Tour Brings Romeo and Juliet to SLCC

Romeo & Juliet is coming to Salt Lake Community College courtesy of the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare-in-the-Schools touring production. Productions will be held on March 27 & 28 at 11:00 a.m. in the Grand Theater, located at 1575 South State Street in Salt Lake City. All productions are free and open to the public. Groups larger than 10 require reservations.

These productions are part of Utah Shakespeare Festival will take its Shakespeare-in-the-Schools touring program that will bring the famous tragedy to more than 25,000 students in three Western states from January to April, 2013. The tour will visit schools, community centers, and correctional facilities across Utah, Nevada, and Arizona with over 65 performances for 120 schools.

“The educational tour is our favorite piece of programming that we have here at the Festival, as well as our most important,” said Brian Vaughn, co-artistic director. “This tour will introduce hundreds of students to the power of William S…

Ronny Edry Presentation and Peace Poster Workshop

David Lang Appointed as New SLCC Trustee

Utah Governor Gary Herbert has appointed David Lang as Salt Lake Community College’s newest trustee. Mr. Lang is head of Goldman Sachs’ Salt Lake City office and head of Operations for Salt Lake City. He currently serves on the company’s Operations Operating Committee and the Acquisition Review Committee.

"We are delighted that Mr. Lang has accepted the appointment to serve on the College Board of Trustees,” said Salt Lake Community College President Cynthia A. Bioteau.  “His insight, experience, and intelligence have already proven beneficial to the College, and we look forward to the many contributions he will bring in this new role. He is a wonderful addition to a board of Trustees of the highest quality that will continue to propel our college forward.”

Mr. Lang joins Chair Jesselie B. Anderson, Vice Chair Gail Miller, Clint W. Ensign, Larry D. Hancock, Ashok Joshi, Stanley B. Parrish, Annie V. Schwemmer, and Richard Tranter on the SLCC Board of Trustees.

Prior to taking his cur…

The SLCC Men's Basketball Team is Going to Nationals!

You can watch. Live.

The team’s first game will be against Eastern Oklahoma State College on Mar. 19 at 11:00 a.m. MST. Watch live at the Student Center, on SLCCTV-17, or online at: at: http://www.slcc.edu/video/fl/events/LiveEvent.html.
Support the team. Wear Blue & Gold on gameday.

To help outfit the college community in the finest SLCC sportswear, the College Store is holding a special promotion for the tournament!
The store will offer a sweatshirt and T-shirt at discounted prices throughout the event…and the more the team wins, the more you save. The College Store will also offer a 20% discount on all other (non-clearance) items.
Here’s the deal:
Monday: 40% discount on the sweatshirt & T-shirt and 20% all others Tuesday: 40% and 20% Wednesday: 45% and 25% Thursday: 50% and 30% Friday: 55% and 35%
We’ll see you (in Blue & Gold) at the Student Center!

Death of a Salesman Reviews

Reviews are in! Here are some great things our community members are saying about Death of a Salesman:
Barbara Bannon in the Tribune: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/entertainment2/55963098-223/xxxx-bannon-barbara-bottom.html.csp
Jennifer Mustoe on FrontRowReviewers.com: http://frontrowreviewersutah.com/?p=1012
Jocelyn Gibbons on Utahtheatrebloggers.com: http://utahtheatrebloggers.com/14991/death-of-a-salesman-is-full-of-nuance-and-pathos
Don’t miss out! Get your tickets now at the-grand.org or by calling 801 957 3322

SLICE: Student Leaders in Civic Engagement Applications

Are you an activist in your community?

Are you passionate about volunteering?

Join the SLICE student leadership program!



Applications available now! Full tuition waivers available for 2013-2014 fall and spring semester!

Limited positions available. Apply now. Applications due March 29, 2013

Visit: www.slcc.edu/thaynecenter/slice.aspx

For more information: Linnie Spor at 801-957-4881 or linnie.spor@slcc.edu

Successful Strategies: Preparing & Taking Finals

April 1st 12:00 – 1:00 pm Time Management

April 8th 12:00 – 1:00 pm How students can get scholarships

April 15th 12:00 – 1:00 pm Preparing for Finals

Markosian Library, Room 266

SLCC Thayne Center Given National Honor

The Thayne Center for Service & Learning was named to the 2013 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll because of its civic engagement work with students, faculty, and community partners. The Thayne Center has received this recognition every year since the Honor Roll was created in 2006.
The Corporation for National and Community Service’s Honor Roll recognizes higher education institutions that reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve meaningful outcomes in their communities. The Thayne Center was recognized by the highest levels of the federal government for its commitment to service and civic engagement.
In 2011-2012, the Thayne Center engaged 7,185 student volunteers in 166,130 hours of service in our community. SLCC students in 217 academic service-learning classes, 5,276 students served 77,485 hours in the community. “Students in service learning classes had the profound experience of applying their knowledge and skills, making the Co…

SLCC Blue & Gold Day

Wear Blue & Gold on Friday, March 15. Support the basketball team…which is going to Nationals!




That’s right, the SLCC Men's Basketball team is going to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Men's Basketball National Championships!

The Tourney takes place next week in Hutchinson, Kansas.

SLCC won the Scenic West Athletic Conference championship and the Region 18 Championship. Next: the National Title. Just like the team won in 2009—the last time it made the ‘Big Dance’.

Show your support for SWAC Coach-of-the-Year Todd Phillips and the Bruins. The team’s first game will be against Eastern Oklahoma State College on Mar. 19 at 11:00 a.m. MST.

Visit http://slccbruins.com for access to the live stream of the game!