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Sterling College helps students and alumni in job search | August 27, 2014

Finding a job can be a daunting task, and Sterling College graduates have a new place to turn for inside connections. SC began partnering with College Central Network, Inc., a job seeking network, in August, allowing employers to post jobs and internships for SC alumni and students.

Henry, Dutton ’82 and Ver Steeg Honored for Years of Service | August 26, 2014

Helen Henry, Mary Ver Steeg and Dennis Dutton were honored at the Kickoff Banquet on Aug. 4 for their years of service to Sterling College.

Helen Henry, assistant to the business office, began serving Sterling College under former president Dr. William M. McCreery in 1945. Through different roles on campus, Henry has served the employees and students of the College for over 45 years.

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Comes to Sterling College | August 25, 2014

Social Media has been buzzing with the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The Challenge has helped raise awareness and financial support of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease or ALS. 

5 Years of Service awards given at Sterling College | August 19, 2014

Three employees were recognized for five years of service to Sterling College during the annual Kickoff Banquet on Monday, Aug. 4. Lesa Plinske, Dr. Marvin Dewey and Will Teufel completed their fifth year at Sterling over the 2013-14 academic year.

Plinske has worked as a housekeeper for the Service Department. She is in charge of the upkeep and care for Campbell Hall, Douglas Residences, Evans Hall, Wilson Hall, and the Art and Media Center.

10 year service awards given at Sterling College | August 19, 2014

Jack Dillard ’03, Renee Dodson, Andy Lambert and Chuck Lambert completed 10 years of service to Sterling College. They were recognized for their service at Sterling College’s Kickoff Banquet on Monday, Aug. 4.

Dillard has served as head coach for the men’s and women’s cross country and track teams for twelve seasons.

Sterling College recognizes employees for 15 years of service | August 19, 2014

Four employees reached milestones in their careers at Sterling College and were recognized at the annual Kickoff Banquet on Monday, Aug. 4. Justin Morris ’00, Felicia Squires, Rick Winters and Lynn Valentine have each served the College for 15 years.

New faculty join Sterling College | August 6, 2014

The fall semester brings five new faculty to the campus of Sterling College - Dr. Farai Kwaramba, Jeremy Labosier, Dr. Brian Mills, Mark Tremaine and Rachel Wannamaker.

“Our new faculty members bring energy and excitement to the beginning of the academic year. They are ready to challenge their students, and I look forward to seeing the results of students benefiting from their instruction,” said Dr. Gregory P. Kerr, vice president for academic affairs.

KCAC Sports Management Conference hosted at Sterling College | August 6, 2014

Over 250 coaches, athletic administrators, trainers and sports information directors gathered at Sterling College for the 2014 Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Sports Management Conference. The Aug. 5 meeting included a keynote address from national speaker Rod Olson, known as Coach “O”. The day also held a State of the Conference address by Commissioner Scott Crawford, conference awards and informational meetings.

New Staff Members Join the SC Team | July 23, 2014

The Office of Admissions and Sterling College Online welcomed new staff members this month. Kaylee Looney, admissions counselor for SCO, and Mackenzie McGuire ’14, admissions communications coordinator, began their duties last week.

Looney will be in charge of recruiting students for SCO. She has a B.S. in Sociology and Public Relations from the University of Central Arkansas.  

New Role for Cureton at Sterling College | July 11, 2014

Luke Cureton ’03 is returning to Sterling College’s Office of Institutional Advancement as the director of development for annual programs.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Luke to the team. His 21-year affiliation with Sterling will prove beneficial to building relationships with alumni and friends that will lead to increased giving,” said Scott Carter, vice president for institutional advancement and external relations.