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Clark to Receive Governor’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Anthony Clark, Ph.D., professor of business and economics, has been selected as St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s recipient of the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Each year, institutions across the state, including all four STLCC campuses, present this award to one faculty member who exemplifies effective teaching, effective advising, service to the university community, commitment […]

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STLCC-Wildwood Is Buzzing with Bees

St. Louis Community College-Wildwood is buzzing with excitement, thanks to a new partnership with Scott Allred of Allred Bees. This month, the campus added three bee hives to the grounds; two of which will be managed by student clubs and the third by Allred himself. As part of the partnership, Allred has offered to mentor […]

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STLCC-Wildwood Celebrates Inaugural Class of Early College Graduates

Cue the “Pomp and Circumstance.” This week, 26 seniors from the Rockwood and Meramec Valley school districts will be among the first to walk across the commencement stage having simultaneously earned both a high school diploma and an associate degree. The students are part of St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s Early College Partnership, a two-year, full […]

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Wagganer Receives Cross Fellowship from League for Innovation

Annie Wagganer, assistant professor of sociology and coordinator of the honors program at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, was named the 2019 Cross Papers Fellow by the League for Innovation in the Community College. As the winner, Wagganer received a $2,000 stipend to support research and writing of the 2019 edition of the Cross Papers, […]

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Spence Thrives in Local Food Industry

Shrimp and grits, turkey ribs, collard greens and candy yams are just a few of the many southern delights offered by CBS Barbeque & Café Brown Stone Catering. Robert Spence, a graduate of St. Louis Community College’s culinary arts program, has been in business in the heart of St. Louis City for nearly five years. Prior […]

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Janessa Johnson, general fine arts student, St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley

Drawing on life’s experiences, soon-to-be STLCC graduate is certain

  “I belong wherever I’m headed.” Mother. Artist. Commencement Speaker. Danforth Scholar. Janessa Johnson, a student at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, is all of the above. Johnson’s journey to this moment in her life started as a child. Since she was little, everyone has known her as an artist. After high school, […]

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Meramec Student Honors Council Starts Strong

Student Honors Council (SHC) is a new club at St. Louis Community College-Meramec that focuses on supporting and creating a community within honors and honors-aspiring students. It serves as a way for students to connect and initiate extracurricular and social activities while growing awareness for the academic honors program on campus. The club meets every […]

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Meramec Service Works Club Nets Big Donations through Food Drive

The Service Works Club at St. Louis Community College-Meramec organized a successful food drive for the campus Student Assistance program (SAP). More than 1,500 cans and food items were collected for the Brown Bag Café, the SAP’s food pantry. Cans were donated and collected by teams who then created a can sculpture at the end […]

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STLCC Students Receive Danforth Scholarships

Two St. Louis Community College students were selected to receive the Elizabeth Gray Danforth Scholarship by the Women’s Society of Washington University. Ayoub Benzzine and Janessa Johnson were chosen for the competitive, full-tuition scholarship awarded annually to students graduating from STLCC who will transfer to Washington University. Benzzine studied at the Meramec campus as an […]

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STLCC Students Receive Honors for Academic Excellence

Several St. Louis Community College students have been recognized as some of the best and brightest scholars in the nation and in the state of Missouri. Noreen Bernadette Dela Pena from Forest Park has been named a Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Bronze Scholar. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship. Dela Pena is part of […]

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