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STLCC Faculty Member Contributes to Science with New Book

Debra Bush-Munson, associate professor and director of the Dental Assisting program at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park, recently published a book about the immune response from a new drug. Her paperback book, titled “The Effect of Troleandomycin on Murine Immune Response,” looks at Troleandomycin, an antibacterial antibiotic made by Pfizer U.S. Pharmaceuticals intended for gram-positive […]

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STLCC, Rockwood Partner for Dual Enrollment Program

The Rockwood Board of Education recently approved a new partnership with St. Louis Community College for a dual enrollment program that will allow Rockwood students to gain STLCC credits for free. The Early College Partnership (ECP) is a two-year, full-immersion dual-enrollment program will allow current Rockwood high school students to obtain an associate degree while […]

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STLCC Students Earn Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Honors

Three students from St. Louis Community College have been named to the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team. The students are Kyle Luzynski, Jennifer Meszaros and Jamie Sims. This scholarship program recognizes high achieving two-year college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the classroom […]

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STLCC to Sign Agreements for Skilled Trades AAS Degree Program

Electrical workers and carpenters will soon have the opportunity to earn associate degrees from St. Louis Community College as a result of agreements to be signed between STLCC and the St. Louis Area and Vicinity Electricians Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) and the STL-KC Carpenters Regional Council. The college will offer the Associate of […]

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Pictured are, from left, Rick Anthes, associate professor and chair of the Automotive Technology program; students Dan Eschmann and Alex Wessel; Joe Jackson, assistant professor in Automotive Technology who also is the Skills USA advisor; and Josh Walker, assistant professor in Automotive Technology.

STLCC Student to Compete in Skills USA State Event

Students in St. Louis Community College’s Automotive Technology program recently competed in the District Skills USA Contest, and one student has advanced to the state competition in April. The competition is a timed, hands-on contest that explores 10 different areas of the automotive industry.  Each station is set up with questions, component identification, and diagnostic […]

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STLCC Partners with Saint Louis University for Dual Admissions Program

St. Louis Community College is partnering with Saint Louis University to offer students the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in select SLU programs in just two years, following completion of an associate degree at STLCC. Through this dual admissions program, called 2+SLU, students take their first two years of classes at STLCC, where they […]

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STLCC Receives Grant For Addiction Studies Certificate Program

St. Louis Community College has received a federal grant to offer a Certificate of Specialization in Addiction Studies. STLCC received the $70,904 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration for this 27-credit-hour program. The program trains paraprofessionals in the field of substance abuse and prevention to work […]

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Devon Sheprow, pointing at screen, and Brittany Swoboda present their team's design concepts.

Interior Design Students Connect with Great Circle

A group of students in the Interior Design program at St. Louis Community College-Meramec have cultivated a relationship within the community that provided real-world experiences which are vital components to fulfilling STLCC’s mission. Interior Design professors Erin LeClerc and Virginia Heisler and Graphic Design and Digital Media professor Mike Swoboda recently combined these elements in […]

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