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  • Andrea.Vasquez 11:22 am on July 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Meet With The SJC Grants Development Team 

     
  • 12:19 pm on July 24, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Dr. Hellyer honored by The Bridge Over Troubled Waters 

    At its annual Women of Distinction luncheon last week, Chancellor Dr. Brenda Hellyer was honored as one of five Women of Distinction. Along with Ms. Beverly Barnes, Ms. Shauna Clark, Mrs. Melissa Harrison, and Ms. Virginia Widdon, the recipients received a plaque and bouquet of flowers commemorating the event.

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  • 3:26 pm on July 23, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Dr. Hanson accepts TCC donor award 

    Dr. Barbara Hanson, Vice President for Learning at the Central Campus, attended the Texas Chiropractic College donor luncheon on Saturday, July 21 at Moody Gardens. She was there to accept an award for San Jacinto College, and is pictured with TCC president Dr. Richard Brassard (left) and TCC Provost Dr. Clay McDonald. Thanks, Dr. Hanson, for representing San Jacinto College!

     
    • Neil Matkin 1:27 pm on August 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Nice hat!!! Congrats Barbara! I knew you had gotten the award but only now saw the photo.

  • 8:26 am on July 3, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    July Board Meeting 

    At Monday’s meeting of the San Jacinto College Board of Trustees, Associate Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Government Relations, Ms. Teri Fowlé, was recognized by Chancellor, Dr. Brenda Hellyer. The San Jacinto College advertising campaign, centered around the slogan “Invent Yourself” won three American Marketing Association awards, and an American Advertising Federation Silver Addy. Read more about the awards. (More …)

     
    • Neil Matkin 1:28 pm on August 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Congrats Teri!

  • 2:11 pm on July 2, 2012 Permalink | Reply  

    Three sworn into San Jacinto College Police Department 

    Please welcome Cher Alverez, José Pulido, and Andres Cavazos to the San Jacinto College Police Department.

    Alverez joins the College from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office; Pulido is a recent graduate from the Houston Community College Police Academy; and Cavazos joins the College from the Houston Police Department.

    The three were recently sworn into the College’s police department by Interim Chief William Taylor. They will spend the next 12 weeks in a field training program.

    “Each one will work at each of our three campuses, and the last three weeks will be spent working alongside field training officers,” said Taylor. “This is necessary to orient them to the entire college.”

     
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