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Movin' On Up

They finally let me out of my basement dungeon! 

For virtually my entire sojourn here at Salt Lake Community College, I have been down in the basement of the Rampton Technology Building on the Taylorsville-Redwood Campus, but, owing to a number of factors including a partial remodel of our parent department, Media Operations, I was offered the chance to move upstairs into a larger--if (sigh) still windowless--office.

It's a two-edged sword.

I have to confess that, for the most part, I didn't mind being downstairs and away from most of the day-to-day office crises and small-talk.  I was generally content to edit the shows I produce, do my administrative work and come and go as I pleased without the fishbowl claustrophobia that can sometimes permeate a busy work environment (for me, at least).  At the same time, though, I knew I was missing-out on a lot of important information, human interaction and opportunities for personal growth that are also present.

This change is just one more tangible piece of evidence that SLCCTV itself is growing, metamorphosing and progressing.  Whereas we were once virtually a 3-man operation with a very limited amount of student and part-time help, we are now adding personnel, many of whom come from our SLCC student population--either as current students or graduates.  We are acquiring new equipment, re-defining our workflow, establishing best practices and doing our best to make this a more professional operation that the general public, as well as students and faculty, will want to both watch and interact with us.  We are also strengthening our ties with the academic departments, faculty and staff whose disciplines correlate and contribute to our station's mission and objectives. 

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SLCC, Intermountain Healthcare Partner on Diversity Scholarships for Nursing

Scholarship funds to help diverse students at SLCC become nurses to meet the growing need for non-English speaking nurses in the Salt Lake Valley.

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Healthcare and nursing leaders recognize the connection between a diverse nursing workforce and the ability to provide high quality care to meet a variety of patient needs in our communities.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) February 23, 2015

Intermountain Healthcare recently donated $100,000 to Salt Lake Community College in support of a scholarship program that will benefit diversity in nursing.

“We are excited to support the Salt Lake Community College nursing program in this important work that will benefit the nursing students and also the many patients they will serve throughout their careers,” said Mikelle Moore, vice president of Intermountain Community Benefit. “Healthcare and nursing leaders recognize the connection between a diverse nursing workforce and the ability to provide high quality care to meet a variety of patient needs in our communities. Our priority is to improve health in all communities we serve.”

SLCC Holds Inauguration for Eighth President

Taylorsville, Utah (PRWEB) January 09, 2015

Salt Lake Community College held its inauguration Friday for Dr. Deneece G. Huftalin, who was officially sworn in as the school’s eighth president.

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