The Public Information Office produces City Chronicles, a weekly email sent to faculty, staff, and administrators during the academic year. City Chronicles features a different edition each week including Savvy Students, Panther Progress, Nerd News, and City Clips. City Clips is a key communication vehicle that features video messages and interviews with the SCC President and/or guests, speaking on current topics of interest to the college community.
CITY CLIPS DATES AND TOPICS
March 31, 2014 President Kathryn Jeffery discusses college operations and facilities management with Operations Supervisor Brenda Buckner. Click the link to view the video and learn more about the behind-the-scenes efforts that support events and daily campus life.
Feb. 24, 2014 President Kathryn Jeffery discusses SCC’s efforts to achieve the designation of “Hispanic Serving Institution” (HSI), which would allow the college to apply for certain types of funding to support our students.
Jan. 27, 2014 President Kathryn Jeffery talks with Wendy Gomez, one of SCC’s college nurse, about the topic of smoking on campus.
Jan 27, 2014 (Bonus Clip) President Kathryn Jeffery announces, “Come Walk With Me,” which is her new personal health goal and invites everyone to take a step toward improving their health this semester.
City Clips Nov. 27, 2013 President Kathryn Jeffery talks with Los Rios Police Capt. Valerie Cox about ways we can all stay safe—on and off campus—this holiday season.
Oct. 28, 2013 President Kathryn Jeffery discusses the “IQ” (Improving Quality) initiative, an exciting new funding opportunity of $500-$1,000 per award to support faculty- and staff-initiated projects where the “small investment can be used to create big results in the quality of services that we extend to students.”
City Clips Sept. 26, 2013 President Kathryn Jeffery talks with faculty member Jory Hadsell about the first week of school and SCC athletics—Go, Panthers!
Clips (Bonus) Sept. 26, 2013 President Kathryn Jeffery shares her thoughts on the Sacramento Burger Battle and the importance of engaging with colleagues and the community at large.