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Dion to Show Artwork at Woman Made Midwest

Dion Dion, a student-artist at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, has been selected to show her work in “Woman Made Midwest Open,” a juried art exhibit at the Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Ill. This exhibit features the work of 48 female artists from 12 Midwestern states. The pieces in the exhibit reflect a variety of subject […]

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STLCC Students Exhibit Works at Wildwood City Hall

Students in the Fine Arts Club at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood recently installed two new art exhibits at Wildwood City Hall, 16860 Main Street. The exhibits, which can be viewed through May 10, are part of the club’s student-led initiative to share art with the community through its Fine Arts Gallery program. Since its inception in […]

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STLCC leaders advocate for students in meetings with congressional officials

Annual Association of Community College Trustees Legislative Summit is a platform to speak to elected leaders in support of Pell Grants for students Being an advocate for students is part of the responsibility of community college leadership, including members of the board. When the advocacy work focuses on the cost of college and the availability […]

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Garvey’s “The Piddlings” Premieres at STLCC-Meramec

Pamela Garvey’s first full-length play, “The Piddlings,” will be making its world premiere at St. Louis Community College-Meramec on Feb. 14. It is more than a show — it’s an experience. “It is about love, but it’s also about family. And it’s about bringing your love home to your family,” said Garvey, an English professor […]

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This piece by Mark Weber  will be part of the exhibit titled "Drawn from Life: Artful Aging in the Washington University
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Weber to Show Artwork at Washington University

Mark Weber, professor of art at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, is among 22 artists invited to show their work in, “Drawn from Life: Artful Aging in the Washington University Community.” The exhibit runs Feb. 23 through March 9 at the People’s House, 7 University Lane in St. Louis. Weber’s painting in this show is from […]

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Bridges’ Career Path Is Paved with Service to Others

Bill Bridges has dedicated his life to serving others. An accomplished first responder, he currently works as a campus police officer at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, a position he has held since 2009. His role at STLCC follows an illustrious career in which he ascended the ranks of law enforcement, worked as a firefighter and […]

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Terhune Grows as a Student after Studying Abroad

Sometimes the biggest risks in life produce the greatest rewards. For Sarah Terhune, that certainly seems to be true. As a student at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, Terhune’s decision to study abroad was one of the best she has ever made. Not only did the three-month study abroad program to Canterbury, England, challenge her thinking, […]

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Patton Receives Wildwood’s Faculty to Faculty Award

Mike Patton, adjunct instructor in economics at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, has been selected as the campus recipient of the 2017 Faculty to Faculty Award. The annual award is presented to adjunct faculty members who demonstrate excellence in teaching and support of student success. Recipients are chosen by a committee and are recognized at the […]

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Chowdhury Named President of the Bangladesh Association of Greater Saint Louis

Syed Chowdhury, Ph.D., professor in biological science at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, has been elected to serve as president of the Bangladesh Association of Greater Saint Louis. Boasting 250 members, the Bangladesh Association of Greater Saint Louis aims to uphold and promote Bangali culture and heritage. In addition to hosting multicultural events, the association participates […]

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STLCC-Florissant Valley Professor Helps Connect Arts and Entrepreneurship

Neko Pilarcik-Tellez teaches graphic communications at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley, and is preparing to present all the hard work of her involvement in a program coordinated by the Regional Arts Commission (RAC) that helps partner artists with entrepreneurs. The RAC offers a program that provides six selected artists an opportunity to partners with local […]

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