Salt Lake Community College Hosts Nerdapalooza v.0 Technology Tradeshow
The Miller Business Resource Center (MBRC) at Salt Lake Community College, Salt Lake City Tech Startups and REES Capital present Nerdapalooza v.0, a tradeshow and incubator-style demonstration day on December 13. The event is free and open to the public and will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the College’s Larry H. Miller Campus’s Conference Center located at 9750 South 300 West, in Sandy.
Nerdapalooza will feature innovative projects, products and startups developed and supported by local entrepreneurs. The event is tailored for a diverse audience including, investment angels, developers, designers, inventors, venture capitalists, technology professionals, and anyone interested in innovative products and services. The show will also include casual networking, light refreshments, and music.
The Miller Business Resource Center (MBRC) offers a wide range of services and support to entrepreneurs and small business owners. Support is provided through on-site internal resources such as the Salt Lake Region Small Business Development Center, the Miller Business Innovation Center, and the Women's Business Institute as well as partners such as Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative and the Export Assistance Center, among others. The MBRC also has international business education training and assistance programs through the Global Business Center. For more information visit http://www.mbrcslcc.com.
As part of our established emergency procedures, SLCC has a plan in place for handling infectious diseases that have potential to affect everyday life . These plans include procedures for facility management, hosting campus events, class schedule adjustments and more. We have also created a coronavirus working group that includes members of college leadership, the SLCC Department of Public Safety, the Center for Health and Counseling, and the school’s Environmental Health and Safety department. This group is working closely with the Utah Department of Health to monitor the spread of the virus and any impact it may have on our region. If deemed necessary , the college may choose to implement protective measures, and if any of these actions are undertaken, the college will communicate this through email, social media and our emergency communications system. If you have not yet signed up to receive email, text and phone alerts through our college emergency system, please do so here …
After a successful season, the nationally-acclaimed Salt Lake Community College softball team has had two players recognized by the NJCAA as All-America players.
Mallory Barber (pictured left), an infielder from Spanish Fork, andTarni Stepto (right), a pitcher from Australia, were both recognized by the NJCAA as All-America players in a release by the national association on Monday. The Bruins went 47-8 overall during the season, claiming the Scenic West and Region 18 titles and advancing to the NJCAA National Tournament.
Barber was named Second-Team All-America thanks to a breakout season for Salt Lake. She hit .513 at the plate, leading the team with 77 hits and 24 doubles. Barber also led the Scenic West Athletic Conference with 144 total bases.
A newcomer to the Bruins, Stepto made Third-Team All-America as a pitcher but was an excellent all-around player. As a pitcher, she went 12-3 in the circle in 7 starts and 5 complete games. She also led Salt Lake with 131 strikeouts. As a hit…