Parents and students across the country look to The Princeton Review for ratings and information on the best colleges and universities in the United States. For the second year in a row, they will find Sterling College on The Princeton Review’s list under the “Best in the Midwest.”
Nine employees reached their five-year benchmark in employment to Sterling College. Mark Clark, Jonathan Conard, Carrie McGlynn, Scott Rich, Mitzi Suhler, Sunny Sun, Karin Swihart, Tim Thorpe and Ted Weis were honored at the annual Kickoff Banquet at Sterling College on Aug. 8.
Clark, assistant professor of music, directs many of the choral ensembles. He also teaches choral classes and music theory.
Faculty Emeritus of Psychology Dr. Arnold Froese will speak at Sterling College’s Keynote Convocation on Friday, August 23. Froese will deliver his speech, “What’s the Point,” at 10 a.m. in Culbertson Auditorium. The public is invited to attend.
Will Best, Ryan “Pete” Manely and Clay Thomas were honored for a decade of service to Sterling College at the annual Kickoff Banquet on Thursday, Aug. 8.
Best began his career at Sterling College as a full-time professor and has continued serving the College as an adjunct. He has taught in a variety of departments: language and literature, history and theology and ministry.
This fall five new faculty members will be teaching at Sterling College. Gidget Dinkel, Dr. Jennifer Dyson and Dr. Randal Newhouse will teach full time, while pro-rata faculty include Jeff Darnauer and Dorothy Kempf.
Students returning from summer vacation will be greeted by new faces in the offices of Sterling College. Four new employees have begun working for the College over the past month including Ashley Barnes ’12, Kendra Grizzle, Sara Hiatt and Courtney Huber ’13.