Sterling College recently recognized six employees who have been with the College for twenty years or longer.
Dr. Arn Froese has been teaching psychology at Sterling for 35 years. He received his bachelor's in social sciences and psychology from Fresno Pacific College; his master's in psychology from Fresno State University; and his doctorate degree in comparative and physiological psychology from the University of Tennessee. Dr. Froese was recently named the President-Elect of the Southwestern Psychological Association, a regional affiliate of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Froese has served the regional organization for three terms as the Kansas state representative. He has presented papers at 13 of its annual conferences and taken more than 130 Sterling College students to SWPA conferences.
Don Reed has also been employed by the College for 35 years. He is an alumnus of Sterling, graduating in 1968 with a bachelor's degree in psychology. After a stint in the military and a brief secondary teaching career, Reed worked in the public relations and development offices at Sterling and served as the Vice President for Development. He headed up the Cooper Campaign to renovate Cooper Hall and recently has worked with athletic fundraising. He is now the director of gift planning. Recently Reed received Sterling's Dist