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Education chancellor tours SFC technology facilities

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The New Chancellor for the Florida Department of Education Rod Duckworth visited Santa Fe College this morning. With a strong interest in Biotechnology, Chancellor Duckworth had the chance to see the facilities the SFC has to offer. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Maria Tridas reports, SFC faculty say their advanced facilites at the college set it apart from most other colleges in the nation.

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Chancellor for the FL Department of Education, Rod Duckworth walks by the latest Habitat for Humanity home being constructed with the help of SFC students in the Perry Construction Institute at SFC.

New Habitat for Humanity home under construction at SFC.

Chancellor for the FL Department of Education Rod Duckworth

Director of Construction & Technical Programs at SFC, Jane Parkin gives tour of technology facilities to Chancellor for the FL Department of Education, Rod Duckworth.

New Chancellor for the FL Department of Education, Rod Duckworth touring the SFC Perry Construction Institute.

Chancellor for the FL Department of Education Rod Duckworth touring facilities at SFC on Tuesday.

About Maria Tridas

Maria is a reporter who can be contacted by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news@wuft.org.

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