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Carter Named Chief Diversity Officer for Greenville University

Terrell Carter, adjunct instructor at St. Louis Community College, has been named vice president and chief diversity officer for Greenville University. Carter joins the university from Central Baptist Theological Seminary, where he served as the director of contextualized learning and an assistant professor of practical theology. He begins his duties June 1. As chief diversity […]

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STLCC Faculty Earn Emerson Excellence in Teaching Awards

Two St. Louis Community College faculty members have received the 2018 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award. Sponsored by Emerson, the award annually recognizes more than 100 educators in the St. Louis metropolitan area – from kindergarten teachers to college professors – who exemplify excellence in their field. Florissant Valley’s recipient is Diane Ascare, assistant professor […]

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STLCC Faculty Members Receive Roueche Awards

Ten faculty members from St. Louis Community College have been chosen to receive the 2018 John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award. The faculty members are: Carlos Blanco, Patricia Suess and Michael Quintero from Florissant Valley; Dean Brake and Debbie Char from Forest Park; Kim Fitzgerald, Bertha Moreland, Jerry Pence and Jeffrey Schneider from Meramec; and […]

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STLCC Chosen as Finalist for Bellwether Legacy Award

St. Louis Community College’s Center for Plant and Life Sciences has received a 2019 Bellwether Legacy Finalist Award. Sponsored by the Association of Community College Trustees, the Legacy Award acknowledges outstanding Bellwether-winning programs that have illustrated five or more years of successful implementation and replication. The first Legacy Awards were presented during the 20th anniversary […]

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Dr. Linda H. Collins, associate professor of history, St. Louis Community College,

STLCC professor recognized as Courageous Educator of the Year

Educators for Social Justice has selected a professor from St. Louis Community College to receive the honor of Courageous Educator of the Year. Dr. Linda H. Collins, associate professor of history at STLCC-Florissant Valley, is among three nominees selected for the prestigious recognition. Honorees are chosen for demonstrating “an unwavering commitment to social justice by […]

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STLCC players and coaches celebrate Shelly Ethridge's 500th career win after defeating North Central Missouri College on Feb. 2.

STLCC’s Ethridge Captures Milestone Victory

St. Louis Community College women’s basketball coach Shelly Ethridge recently collected her 500th career victory and 200th at STLCC with a 77-53 win over North Central Missouri College on Feb. 2 Ethridge is in her 10th season as the head coach at STLCC. She has led her teams to four NJCAA Women’s Division II National […]

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“One Black Arch” by Corey Sellers, oil on canvas, 14 inches by 11 inches

Faculty Art Show Now Open at STLCC-Wildwood

Eight faculty members are showing their work in St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s art exhibition, which runs through March 5. The exhibition spans 60 feet and includes artwork from Terrell Carter, James Davania, Sean Frye, Joan Oakley, Mark Oakley, Mark Weber, Corey Sellers and Ken Worley. According to Mark Weber, gallery coordinator, the exhibition aims to […]

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STLCC Faculty Recognized by MCCA

Five faculty members from St. Louis Community College recently received awards from the Missouri Community College Association during its recent annual convention. Layla Goushey, associate professor of English at Forest Park who also serves as the coordinator for global education, earned the MCCA Global Educator Award. Recipients of this award have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments and […]

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"Organized Chaos," by Jessica Fox

Wildwood Writer and Artist Selected by Metro Arts in Transit

Two individuals connected with St. Louis Community College-Wildwood will have their work displayed at MetroBus stops around the St. Louis region or inside MetroLink trains or MetroBus vehicles. Dawn Dupler, an adjunct instructor of English, is among 15 writers named a Metro Arts in Transit MetroLines Poetry Contest winner. Jessica Fox, a student and Auxiliary […]

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