LTCC's Board of Trustees has voted in favor of LTCC's superintendent/president exploring a possible UC Davis branch campus on LTCC land. Dr. Kindred Murillo is talking with El Dorado County and UC Davis staff about the possibility of a Davis extension, either on Lake Tahoe's West Slope or on LTCC's campus - or perhaps both. At the next Board meeting on March 10, trustees will vote on whether to free up more LTCC staff time to pursue a UC Davis campus at LTCC. Click here to read the story.
Student Survey Looks at Awareness of Campus Safety
LTCC and Live Violence Free are partnering in an effort to raise awareness about campus safety and sexual assault. Students, please take this survey and tell us your thoughts on what campus safety means to you! Click here to take the survey.
The Writers' Series Presents... Short story writer Dimitri Keriotis and novelist Gayle Brandeis will share their work and insight about the writing process on Thurs. March 5 @ 7pm in the Aspen Room. All are welcome to this free event! Click for more info.
Free Photoshop Demo LTCC Art instructor Bryan Yerian is your guide to using Photoshop for exhibit & gallery applications. Learn scale, cropping, rotation, water marking and more! Fri. March 6 @ 5pm in Room F101.Click here for more info.
Evolution & Animal DiversityThe LTCC Foundation's Speaker Spotlight Series wecomes UC Davis Ph.D. student Serena Caplins Thurs. March 12 @ 6pm in the Board/Aspen Room. She'll explore how evolutionary biologists describe and understand animal diversity. All are welcome to this free event!Click for more info.
Great Art for a Great Cause LTCC's Foundation and the Rotary Club of South Lake Tahoe are teaming up again for the Off the Wall art auction Sat. March 28! Bid on beautiful art created by regional artists, and support student scholarships and local causes at the same time. Click here for all the details.
Documenting the Student Experience LTCC's TRiO-SSS program invites you to a free screening of the documentary film First Generation on Fri., April 10 @ 6pm in the Duke Theatre. The film offers a personal look at the challenges and triumphs of four first-generation California college students.