The San Juan College Foundation’s Hall of Fame paid tribute to Dr. Donna Hobbs, Rodney Neidigh, and Len Scalzi - three people who have contributed to the growth and excellence of the College over its history.
This is the 18th万人水果777最新版本 year the San Juan College Foundation has presented these awards.
dr. donna hobbs began her career in 1980 at san juan college as a biology instructor. during her 35-year tenure, she was an instructor, assistant professor and professor of biology in the school of science, math and engineering. her career focused on classroom instruction, lab and field training. when san juan college students talk about their most impactful professors, dr. hobbs is always at the top of the list. her legacy will live on for decades through the san juan college biology program and the four corners community in the countless lives enriched by the caring and excellence of dr. donna hobbs.
rodney neidigh began his career at san juan college in the physical plant department as a painter in 1990. he spend over 26 years proudly dedicated to carrying out the mission of the san juan college physical plant – providing a safe, attractive, functional and comfortable environment for the campus community. when visitors come to san juan college, the compliments about the beauty of our campus abound. he demanded excellence in himself and inspired it in all who learn and teach at san juan college. his influence goes beyond paint, bricks and mortar – it inspires a legacy of pride campus wide.
len scalzi joined the san juan college foundation as a board member in 2004. he dedicated 15 years to the foundation board serving as a member, secretary, treasurer, vice president and president. he chaired the capital campaign for the school of energy. his tenure on the board was one of his greatest passions. he recognized the value of the foundation’s scholarship program assisting deserving students as well as its far-reaching impact and value to the community. because of len’s dedication to making things better for his community and those around him, his legacy will live on at san juan college and the foundation.