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STLCC Graduate Wins Mid-America Regional Emmy Award

St. Louis Community College graduate Paul Langdon won his first Mid America Regional Emmy Award for Best Audio-Live or Post Production for the program “I Love Jazz” on HEC-TV. Langdon is the weekend supervisor at KCFV-FM, the radio station located at the college’s Florissant Valley campus. He graduated in 2012 with an associate degree in […]

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STLCC Trustee Named 2017 Salute to Excellence in Education Award Recipient

The St. Louis American Foundation has announced its 2017 Salute to Excellence in Education honorees. Among the recipients is Kevin M. Martin, Ed.D., assistant principal of curriculum and instruction at Hazelwood Northwest Middle School who also is a member of the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees. The St. Louis American Foundation will present […]

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STLCC to Host Free FAFSA Events

In an effort to help students overcome barriers to accessing and succeeding in higher education, St. Louis Community College has teamed up with the Missouri Department of Higher Education to host four Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Frenzy events. The events will be conducted on the following dates: STLCC–Meramec Wednesday, Oct. 11 3:30-5:30 […]

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Yezbick Contributes Scholarly Essays to Literary, Mass Media and Cultural Studies Collections

A recognized specialist in literary and media studies, Dan Yezbick, Ph.D., professor of English at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, continues to demonstrate his publishing prowess as he celebrates the release of three book chapters in highly regarded anthologies. Coupled with these publications, Yezbick remains steadfast in his commitment to contribute to academia through his work […]

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STLCC Defines Future with New Center for Nursing and Health Sciences

As changes in the workforce come about, so do changes in the need for specific education and training. The need for skilled healthcare workers in the St. Louis region has not gone unnoticed by St. Louis Community College. In a strategic response to workforce needs, a rising demand for skilled nurses and healthcare professionals, and […]

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Gackstatter Wins Excellence in Education Award

Gary Gackstatter, assistant professor of music at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, is the winner of the Missouri Humanities Council’s 2017 Excellence in Education Award. Gackstatter will be recognized during the Missouri Humanities Council’s 2017 Humanities Awards Gala Sept. 14 in St. Louis. The award recognizes a Missouri teacher or educator who has demonstrated an incredible […]

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Matt (left) and Mark Weber are exhibiting their work jointly at St. Charles Community College.

Joint Art Exhibition Features “Weber: Father and Son”

“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” — Clarence Budington Kelland Artistic talent runs deep in the Weber family. Mark is a highly regarded painter, and his son, Matt, is an accomplished photographer. In addition, both share their love of art through teaching at St. […]

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Students Retrace D-Day Invasion

Nearly two dozen students from community colleges across Missouri embarked on an academic adventure of a lifetime this summer with St. Louis Community College. Organized through STLCC’s Global Institute, a partnership supported by Maritz, students spent nine days exploring firsthand narratives of World War II military and civilian culture, including the conception, planning and execution […]

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Meramec Valley Citizen Corps Council, STLCC to Offer Free CERT Training

In an effort to educate residents about disaster preparedness, the Meramec Valley Citizen Corps Council will offer free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, 2645 Generations Drive. The eight-week course (EMSS:715 Community Emergency Response Team Training) will be held Thursday evenings from 6:30-10 p.m. on Sept. 7, 14, 21 and […]

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STLCC Chancellor Issues Statement on Unrest in Charlottesville, Va.

Jeff Pittman, chancellor at St. Louis Community College, has issued this statement regarding the recent unrest in Charlottesville: We watched the horrible events in Charlottesville, Va., with sadness, shock and anger, but we came away with a strengthened resolve to stand with the rest of the St. Louis region in condemning violence and hate. We […]

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