News & Events

Sterling College Quiznos Franchise Continues to Provide Education for Business Students

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October 6, 2009

Sterling College student Ashlen Stamm has always dreamed of owning a business. "I come from a long line of entrepreneurs. Even when I was a little girl I wanted to own a restaurant of my own." This desire led her to major in business at Sterling and to work with the business department's Quiznos franchise project. "The Quiznos project allows me to tell potential employers that I haven't just studied certain business concepts, I've applied them," she said. "It has huge impact on my preparation for the business world."

Sterling College Outreach Education Classes Offered This Fall

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October 6, 2009

Sterling College once again offers central Kansas residents a chance to "go to college" through the Sterling College Outreach Education (SCOE) program. Real estate, music and ceramics are the three areas being offered this fall.

Six Employees Recognized for Years of Service

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September 30, 2009

Sterling College recently recognized six employees who have been with the College for twenty years or longer.

Sterling College Art Professor David Harmon's Work Wins Award in Juried Show

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September 29, 2009

David Harmon not only teaches art, he creates it, submits it-and wins awards for it. In 2009 Harmon has had two works accepted at juried art shows, and one of those pieces was awarded third place in the show. "Few of our students realize how much competition there is in the arts," said Harmon, a professor in the Sterling College Art and Design Department. "But the competition to get work accepted at juried shows and then considered for awards is good for us- as artists and as people."

Psychology Department Named "Department of the Year"

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September 29, 2009

When the Sterling College Psychology Department was honored last week for winning the second annual "Department of the Year" award, the reason for the choice was clear: Sterling's psychology professors recruit personally and form relationships with their prospective students even before they start classes at the College.