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SC Team Travels to Thailand | July 14, 2010

Sterling College Hires Information Technology Support Technician | July 14, 2010

Sterling College welcomed Travis Nguyen on July 1 as its new Information Technology (IT) Support Technician. He will work alongside Computer Technician Darrel Ames helping College employees with technical issues. "We are blessed to have Travis as an addition to our team," said Vice President of Innovation and Technology Dr. Ken Brown. "We are looking forward to the expanded offerings and capabilities within IT as he joins our staff."

Sterling College Hires Assistant Resident Director for Kilbourn Hall | July 7, 2010
Ian Anderson

When Ian Anderson moves into Sterling College's Kilbourn Hall later this summer, it may feel like a flashback. Anderson lived in Kilbourn when he was an SC student. This time, though, is very different. He is not a student; he is the assistant resident director. And he is not moving in alone; his wife and two sons will also become Kilbourn residents.

Sterling College Assistant Professor of Biology Publishes and Speaks | July 7, 2010
Jonathan Conard

For several years Sterling College Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Jonathan Conard has researched Kansas elk and white-tail deer with colleagues and students, and he and his colleagues recently shared the results of their work. A paper on the elk study was published in the journal "Restoration Ecology," and Conard, with his co-researcher Blecha, presented on the white-tail deer project at the 90th annual American Society of Mammalogists (ASM) meeting in Laramie, Wyo.

Sterling College Students Go on Mission Trip to Ghana | July 7, 2010

The Sterling College mission trip to Ghana this summer will stretch the eight members of the team as they preach, witness and build relationships throughout the country. The team will have opportunities to speak in local churches, schools and even on the street, but team members will also serve in any other way they can.

SC Assistant Art Professor’s Book Presented at LA Times Festival of Books Gallery | July 2, 2010

"Bip and the Bulb," a children's book written and designed by William Morse, chair of the Sterling College Art and Design Department, was part of the 2010 "Los Angeles Times" Festival of Books. More than 130,000 book lovers and media personnel attended the festival, which is held at the UCLA campus. This festival is the largest and most prestigious book festival in the United States.

SC Assistant Art Professor’s Book Presented at LA Times Festival of Books Gallery | July 2, 2010

"Bip and the Bulb," a children's book written and designed by William Morse, chair of the Sterling College Art and Design Department, was part of the 2010 "Los Angeles Times" Festival of Books. More than 130,000 book lovers and media personnel attended the festival, which is held at the UCLA campus. This festival is the largest and most prestigious book festival in the United States.

Sterling College Hires Sports Information Director | July 1, 2010
Hans Nickel

Sterling College's new Sports Information Director Hans Nickel has insider knowledge that will allow him to make an immediate impact. Nickel is a former Sterling College student and also has experience working for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (Sterling is a member of the KCAC). Nickel will begin his duties at Sterling on July 6, serving as half-time sports information director and as an instructor of sports management.

Sterling College to host 7th annual Children’s Literature Festival | September 16, 2008

The 7th annual Santa Fe Trail: Children’s Literature Festival will be held at Sterling College on Thursday, September 18. Jane Kurtz, quoted by School Library Journal as “a superb storyteller,” and Alane Ferguson, nominated for four Edgar Allan Poe “Best Mystery” novels, will be the featured authors.