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Showing posts from April, 2019

College Holds Employee Recognition, Marks 70th Year

Salt Lake Community College recently held its annual Employee Recognition Celebration, also marking the 70th anniversary of the college's existence. These are a few photo highlights (more can be found by clicking here) from that event at the Jordan Campus. For a link to a Q&A feature with Gordon Frisbey, who was honored for working at SLCC 40 years, click here.

Jordan Campus Opens New Healing Arts Lab

Visitors to the new Healing Arts Lab learn about the labor and delivery room.
It’s a typical day in the labor and delivery world, as a team of nurses checks on their patient in active labor.“Victoria” seems to be resting comfortably, when she opens her eyes and tells everyone that her water just broke. Monitors in the room erupt in alarms as the fetal heart rate drops and the routine goes from simple to complex while the group works to change her position to bring the heart rate back into a safe range.This is one of the many simulated scenarios that nursing students may experience in the new Healing Arts Lab at Salt Lake Community College’s Jordan Campus.
A nursing student checks out a sim-mannequin in the pediatric room.
The School of Health Sciences recently held an open house to welcome its new dean, Erica Wight, and celebrate the grand opening of the Healing Arts Lab.The college community, PAC members and donors toured the new facilities to see firsthand the types of training student…

Thayne Center Recognizes Honorees

The Thayne Center for Service & Learning at Salt Lake Community College held its annual celebration that honors individuals and groups for their service in communities throughout Utah.

The Thayne Center is dedicated to empowering SLCC students and faculty "to realize they have the knowledge and skills to affect positive change in their community." The Center helps establish capacity-building relationships with community organizations, facilitates service-learning development opportunities for faculty and coordinates service leadership programs for students who are out to "change the world."

Thayne Center programs include Alternative Spring Break, Community Work-Study, Bruin Pantry, Americorps Education Awards, Civically Engaged Scholars, Community Engagement Leave, Service Learning, SLCC Community Gardens, Student Leaders in Civic Engagement and Community Partners

This year's honorees are as follows:

Committed Community Partner: United Way

United Way's …

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