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STLCC’s Peterson Lecture Series to Feature Lynn Terry

Photographer Lynn Terry, best known for her commercial and private work with pets, will be the guest speaker for the fourth annual Peterson Lecture Series at St. Louis Community College. Her lecture, “Tails from Behind the Lens: The Photographic Journey of Pet Photographer Lynn Terry,” is slated 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, in Lecture Hall Room […]

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STLCC Professor Published in Award-Winning Anthology

Daniel F. Yezbick, Ph.D., professor in English at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, is among 18 contributors published in the award-winning anthology, “The Blacker the Ink: Constructions of Black Identity in Comics and Sequential Art.” “The Blacker the Ink” explores the intersections between race, traditional comics and graphic narrative through a series of 15 essays. Yezbick’s […]

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STLCC Receives Special Grant from Grainger

St. Louis Community College is one of six community colleges nationally to receive a one-time grant from W.W. Grainger Inc. for being one of the most active institutions in the Grainger Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship program during the past 10 years. Grant awards were awarded to the top three community colleges with the most students […]

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Richard Norris named President of the St. Louis Agribusiness Club

Richard Norris, Director of the Center for Plant and Life Sciences, has been named the 2016-2017 President of the St. Louis Agribusiness Club. The club provides a forum for important agricultural issues, and educational, networking and professional development for its members. As President, Richard will preside over monthly meetings and board of director meetings, as well as help […]

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STLCC-Florissant Valley to Host Job Fair

St. Louis Community College will host the Accommodation for Success Job Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 10, in the Student Center at the Florissant Valley campus, 3400 Pershall Road. Sponsored by the St. Louis Region Workforce Development Boards and other key partners, the event runs 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. More than 50 employers will be recruiting to […]

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STLCC-Wildwood’s School Supply Drive Supports Kids in Need

From children’s books and stuffed animals, to pencils, markers, crayons and more, St. Louis Community College-Wildwood is collecting school supplies for underprivileged kids in the St. Louis area. All donations will benefit the nonprofits Ready to Learn and KidSmart. STLCC alumnus Susan Janik volunteered to spearhead this project because it is a way for the […]

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STLCC Forms Education Partnership with McDonald’s

It’s a partnership as natural as hamburgers and french fries. St. Louis Community College today announced a formal education partnership with McDonald’s of St. Louis and the Metro East to help food service employees further their education and achieve their goals, regardless of whether they remain with the company. The partnership is part of McDonald’s […]

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Shayne McCrady competed for the American Culinary Federation's Student Chef of the Year title in Phoenix, Ariz.

McCrady Competes for 2016 ACF Student Chef of the Year Recognition

St. Louis Community College student Shayne McCrady recently competed for the American Culinary Federation’s Student Chef of the Year title at the ACF’s Cook. Craft. Create. Convention and Show in Phoenix, Ariz. McCrady, the 2016 ACF Central Region Student Chef of the Year, competed against other regional winners in this timed event. The student chefs, […]

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Private High School Graduates Now Eligible for Free Tuition at STLCC

A bill recently signed by Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon will allow students who graduate from private and public schools to receive free tuition while attending St. Louis Community College full time. Nixon recently signed a bill that expands provisions of the Missouri A+ program to private schools throughout the state. The bill allows nonpublic high […]

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