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Biology Professor Studies Chronic Wasting Disease | April 10, 2012
Dr. Jonathan Conard has conducted research regarding the transfer of CWD.

Dr. Jonathan Conard has conducted research regarding the transfer of CWD.Since 2007, Dr. Jonathan Conard, assistant professor of biology, has conducted research regarding the transfer of chronic wasting disease in deer. The equivalent of mad cow disease, chronic wasting disease is a neurological, and eventually fatal, disease in deer.

Manely to Visit Gatorade, Speak at USA Cheer | April 5, 2012

There are two things that NAIA athletic trainers are not normally invited to do, and Pete Manely, director of athletic training at Sterling College, is doing them both in the same week.

Governor Brownback to Speak at Commencement | April 5, 2012

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback will be the speaker for the 2012 Sterling College Commencement ceremony. The ceremony will take place Saturday, May 12 at 9:45 a.m. on Cooper Lawn on the Sterling College campus. The event is open to the public.

Conard Published in BioOne | April 2, 2012
Dr. Jonathan Conard's article on elk dietary habits has been published in BioOne

Dr. Jonathan Conard's article on elk dietary habits has been published in BioOneAssistant Professor of Biology Dr. Jonathan Conard has published an article in this month's issue of BioOne Online Journals. Titled "Foraging Ecology of Elk (Cervus elaphus) in a Tallgrass Prairie," the Sterling College faculty member’s article is a breakthrough piece in understanding the diet of elk in Kansas.

Hansen Hired as Football Assistant | March 30, 2012

STERLING, Kan. – Head Football Coach Andy Lambert announced today that the Warriors have hired Chase Hansen as an assistant football coach and Co-Offensive Coordinator. Hansen will begin his new duties immediately.

Heritage Convocation | March 30, 2012
Heritage Convocation in Culbertson Auditorium on March 30, 2012.

Sterling College hosted its annual Heritage Convocation on March 30 at 10 a.m. in Culbertson Auditorium. This convocation focused on the rich heritage the College has developed since being founded in 1887. 

Harmon Juries “Art is Ageless” Show | March 29, 2012
David Harmon taught an art class to the residents of Presbyterian Manor.

Associate Professor of Art David Harmon first became involved with the Sterling Presbyterian Manor, a retirement community in Sterling, Kan., through an art seminar he facilitated on Friday, Jan. 27. 

Students Selected to Kansas Athletic Trainers’ Society Honor Roll | March 28, 2012
Nine Sterling College students were selected to the 2011 KATS Honor Roll.

Nine Sterling College students were selected to the 2011 KATS Honor Roll.Nine athletic training students from Sterling College have been selected by the Kansas Athletic Trainers’ Society to join their 2011 academic honor roll.  

Athletic Training Students Gain Experience at NAIA Nationals | March 28, 2012
Nine SC AT students were invited to help cover the mats at NAIA Nationals.

Nine SC AT students were invited to help cover the mats at NAIA Nationals.Nine students in the SC athletic training program were invited to Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa, to help cover the mats at the NAIA National Wrestling Championship.

Senior Directs Picnic by William Inge | March 27, 2012
The actors and actresses rehearse a scene from Picnic during tech week.

Senior Samantha Davison of Wichita, Kan., known in Sterling College circles for her lead acting and singing roles in several department plays and musicals, is taking on a new challenge by directing William Inge’s Picnic.