Faculty

Hanna Kozlowski-Slone

Hanna Kozlowski-Slone 2012
Position: 
Assistant Professor of Art

Hanna Kozlowski-Slone teaches Painting, Drawing, and Photography in the Art & Design Department. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Anderson University, receiving a B.A. in Art with a Concentration in Painting and Drawing.

Dr. T. H. Kwa

T. H. Kwa 2012
Position: 
Thompson-Ferrari Endowed Business Chair; Professor of Business

Kwa is actively involved in helping small businesses get started in Sterling by sitting on the board of the E-Community program that grants low-interest loans to small businesses. He comes to Sterling with vast experience in real estate, international business, management and many other concentrations within the business field (details are provided below under Professional Experience).

Education

Texas A&M University (TAMU), Doctor of Philosophy (1996) in Urban and Regional Science with emphasis on Real Estate Finance

Erin Laudermilk

Erin Laudermilk 2012
Position: 
Assistant Professor of Athletic Training; Clinical Coordinator; Co-Chair of the Exercise Science Department

Erin began working at SC in the fall of 2007. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Education from Northcentral University. She and her husband Wes just welcomed their first child, Avery, to their family in December 2012.

Education

Graduate of Saint Joseph's College in 2005 with a B.S. in Biology
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2007 with an M.S. in Health and Human Performance

Office

Gleason

Contact

Phone: (620) 278-4340
Email: elaudermilk@sterling.edu

Frank Leone

Frank Leone 2012
Position: 
Assistant Professor of Education

Frank has over 30 years of experience in public and private education, most recently serving as administrator of Flint Hills Christian School in Manhattan, Kan.

Dr. Dale Levering

Dale Levering 2012
Position: 
Associate Professor of Business / McVay Chair of Business

Sterling College is a gift from God in the eyes of Dale.  Dale and Dina Levering consider Sterling as their “mission duty station”; i.e., the place the LORD has settled them to enact the ministry He has placed on them.  That ministry, in simple terms, is to preach and teach.  The outworking of preaching is seen by the Leverings in the context of pastoring; e.g., pastoring a congregation, a student fellowship, and being a spiritual father or mother to Sterling College students.  The outworking of teaching is seen in the context of academia; particularly, in a

Pete Manely

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Position: 
Director of Athletic Training; Associate Professor of Exercise Science; Co-Chair of the Exercise Science Department; Associate Dean for the School of Professional Studies

With career goals that could be met all in one place, Pete found himself happily working at Sterling College as the Program Director of the Athletic Training Program. Pete finds himself loving Sterling for the reason that, "It's all about the people. I am passionate about my students and take pride in the "Family" created at SC in our ATEP." Pete was named NAIA ATA Athletic Trainer of the Year for the 2010-2011 academic year and is currently the President of the NAIA ATA Board. He loves working with the faculty and staff that are such an incredible support group. Pete enjoys many activities in his free time including music, reading, eating out, and BBQ-ing out with friends. His hometown is Lebanon, KS.

Dr. Roy Millhouse

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Position: 
Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

A native of West Virginia raised in Pittsburgh, PA, Roy worked in the construction industry for a number of years before pursuing an academic career.  In addition, Roy has served in pastoral ministry in Arkansas and Texas.  Roy served as interim pastor for three years at Little River Baptist Church, one of Texas’ historic churches, founded in 1849.  Roy has taught at Baylor University and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.  Roy’s research interests include Jewish and Christian apocalyptic literature, Second Temple Judaism, the use of the Old Testament in t

Debra Millikan

Debra Millikan 2012
Position: 
Assistant Professor of Education

Deb Millikan serves as Assistant Professor of Education at Sterling College. She has 19 years of elementary classroom experience; additionally, she has designed and presented educational workshops and in-services for 12 years. Millikan has served as a Kagan Cooperative Learning District Trainer, math specialist/consultant and was an adjunct instructor for Friends University.  Deb enjoys traveling, cooking and ballroom dancing. She is married to Mike and they have 4 adult children.

Dr. Randal Newhouse

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Position: 
Assistant Professor of Physics

Dr. Randal Newhouse teaches Physics, Physical Science and Physical Chemisty. He is a native of Washington State. Randal has authored several papers and has contributed talks to several scientific conventions such as the 2011 DIMAT conference in Dijon, France. His areas of research include materials, atomic diffusion, and spectroscopy.

In his free time, he enjoys video games, board games, and cooking. He is an avid singer who has performed with such groups as the Palouse Choral Society and Sunnyside Community Men's Chorus.

EDUCATION

Hans Nickel

Hans Nickel 2012
Position: 
Sports Information Director; Pro Rata Assistant Professor of Sports Management

Nickel is a former Sterling College student and also has experience working for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference. "I have a passion for sport management and specifically sport PR and sport marketing," said Nickel. "I am excited not only to practice my passion but to share it with students. This is an opportunity to be both on the practical and the educational sides of the sport management field." He is in charge of programs, releases, game reports, newsletters and, of course, all Web details related to athletics. He also has some short-term projects.