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Vol 13.7 · July 2011

GCC Welcomes Fire-Threatened Frogs

Silver Threads Awards Scholarship

China Adventure in the Forbidden City

Staff and Contacts

Current & Archived Issues

July 2011 Highlights

Presidential Perspectives

Preparing for New Leadership Workshop July 19

Attend the Preparing for New Leadership workshop 1 4 p.m., Tuesday, July 19 in SU 104... [Read more]

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Academic Affairs

Wildfire-Threatened Frogs Find Refuge at GCC

Glendale Community College made news across the nation as we welcomed frogs threatened by the summer's wildfires. Arizona Game and Fish saved threatened Chiricahua leopard frogs by bringing them to the college's new riparian habitat... [Read more]

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Administrative Services

VP Greg Rogers Summer Update

A lot of hard work is starting to come to fruition here at GCC this summer. It has been about nine weeks since the end of the spring semester and feedback indicates that now would be a good time to update folks on the status of many of the projects moving forward here at GCC this summer... [Read more]

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Student Affairs

Student Government Welcomes Gauchos

Engagement in campus life is one of the key factors in student success. Encourage students to join the many clubs and organizations on campus... [Read more]

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Around Campus

Students Say Thank You

Each year, Glendale Community College student government holds an awards banquet at the end of the spring semester at which administrators, staff and faculty who give so much to students are honored. Jason Tadano, president of Associated Student Government, says that the Plaques of Appreciation recognize the extraordinary hours and expertise shared with students of the numerous clubs and organizations on campus... [Read more]

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