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Join Sacramento City College on Saturday, Oct. 15, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the main quad, and all around campus as we celebrate the 100th birthday of the institution.

There will be many events to see and do during the day. Here is a partial list:

  • Car show with 100 cars for 100 years – a First for Sacramento
  • Chemistry show, with explosions galore
  • Jazz Band, Choir and Drama performances
  • Real-life Panther exhibit,
  • SCC Sports Open Practices
  • Sac City Talks
  • English Department Readings
  • Art exhibits in the Kondos, Solomon and Library 3rd floor galleries
  • Free blood pressure screenings
  • Fingernails polished and buffed for Free
  • Much more

And to top it all off, stick around for the SCC vs. Sierra football game at Hughes Stadium. Kickoff is at 6 p.m.

Help us celebrate SCC’s Centennial!

For more information on the Oct. 15 event, please visit www.scc.losrios.edu/sccat100

 

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The Sacramento City College Art Department is pleased to present, as part of the campus-wide Centennial Celebration, an exhibition featuring the works from 100 living artists who have attended Sacramento City College’s Art Department. These artists represent the diversity and accomplishment of City College over the last seven decades.

The Kondos is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday evenings from 4 to 7 p.m., and by appointment.

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Drop-in to visit the coolest place on campus

The Natural Sciences Lab

Wednesday, September 21

9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

Location: Lillard Hall, room 109

Meet Lab Technician Carmen Hirkala

Learn more about the field of biology and natural sciences by visiting the Natural Sciences Lab.

This is a special open house session, designed to introduce students to the study of birds, mammals, fish, insects, reptiles, and amphibians.  Drop-in and browse and stay for an introduction to one of the coolest places on the SCC campus.

Everyone is welcome to this event, which is sponsored by the Science & Allied Health Division, SSSP, and Student Equity

For more information, contact mackk@scc.losrios.edu

Biology STEM

The first STEM Coffee Chat, where SCC students can meet STEM professionals in a relaxed, small group atmosphere, will be held on Tuesday, September 13.

  • 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
  • PAC, room 102
  • (The room is next to Veterans Resource Center)
  • Refreshments served

This is a drop-in session where you can have a casual conversation with a professional in a STEM field. Bring your questions and learn more about a career in STEM.  Come at any time between 4-5 p.m. or stay for the entire hour!

Come meet Daniel Wong, assistant biologist for ECORP Consulting, Inc., an environmental consulting firm based in Rocklin. His responsibilities include conducting biological surveys and assisting client compliance with Federal and State environmental regulations. Mr. Wong received his Associates degree in Natural Science with Physical Sciences Emphasis at Ohlone Community College, and later earned his Bachelor’s degree in Ecological Management and Restoration at the University of California, Davis.

More to come:  Hold the date for natural science lab tour coming soon on September 21!

Questions?  Contact mackk@scc.losrios.edu

Umoja-SBA

SCC’s Umoja- SBA program held an orientation for about 50 new students who were ready to connect with counselors, faculty and college staff as they began moving toward reaching their academic goals.

Interim President Michael Poindexter welcomed the students with some encouraging words. The students also honored counselor Gerri Scott for her hard work and continued effort to inspire students to reach their goals while teaching them about their African American heritage.

Umoja is a statewide grassroots community organization of faculty and administrators within the California Community College system who are focused on African American student achievement.

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With the beginning of the Fall 2016 semester, SCC is now officially 100 years old.

Congratulations!

The first students attended Sacramento Junior College (as it was then known) in the fall of 1916. Thanks to the forward thinking of Belle Cooledge and Jeremiah Lillard, the college has grown from a small institution with 46 students to a bustling college with three campuses and close to 23,000 students every semester.

For information on all things relative to the 100th anniversary celebration, please visit www.scc.losrios.edu/sccat100

photo of Sacramento City College Quad

Fall Flex will be held on Aug. 17th and 18th, leading up to Convocation on Friday, Aug. 19th.

Faculty and staff should contact their division office for the times and locations of division, department and program meetings. There will be a continental breakfast on the morning of Convocation, at the City Cafe from 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Flex Week Resources

Flex Booklet


Workshops

Wednesday Aug 17th Workshop Schedule

Wednesday highlights include:

Thursday Aug 18th Workshop Schedule

Thursday highlights include:


Convocation

Friday Aug 16th Convocation Schedule

Convocation highlights include:

  • SCC Service Awards
  • “A Year to Recognize 100” panel with students and community leaders past and present
  • “100 Years, 100 Objects” presentation
  • 100 Year Recognition by Jack Halligan, Librarian & Historian.

There will also be a BBQ after Convocation, including music and theatre student performances.

Summer Shakespeare

Sacramento Shakespeare Festival features Love’s Labour’s Lost and A Midsummer Night’s Dream between now and July 31.

Pictured above are from left to right:
(Row 1) Christi van Eyken , Shenandoah Kehoe,
(Row 2) Sean Olivares, Ryan Canfield, Jonathan Plon, Tony Brisson, and Fiona Nies. Thanks to Bruce Clarke for the photo.

For information on ticket prices and performance dates/times, please visit the Shakespeare Festival website.

Cyber Security

Eight teams of high school students from throughout the state took part in the first California Cyber Security Challenge in SCC’s City Cafe on June 29.
The students represented schools from San Diego, North Hollywood, the Bay Area and Sacramento. Their challenge was to prevent hackers from disrupting computer code through various means.
Thanks to the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) for sponsoring the event and bringing it to Sacramento City College.