Sterling College Assistant Professor of Physics and Physical Chemistry Publishes Article in “Chemical Physics” | September 24, 2010

Sterling College Assistant Professor of Physics and Physical Chemistry Dr. Johnson Agbo earned his undergraduate degree in mathematics, took master's-level classes in mathematics and then completed his chemical physics.

Dove Award Winner Mark Hayes to Perform with Community Members and Sterling College Students on September 26 at the UMC | September 15, 2010
Mark Hayes

Sterling College welcomes internationally known composer and Dove Award winner Mark Hayes to campus on September 25 and 26. Hayes will spend Saturday, Sept. 25, with Sterling College students, prospective students and community members in rehearsal for Sunday’s concert at 3 p.m. at the Sterling United Methodist Church. This piano and choral concert is free and open to the public and will feature the music of Mark Hayes performed by Hayes, the Sterling College Chorale and the Sterling Community Ensemble.

Sterling College Professor of Theology and Missions Dr. Henry Lederle Publishes "Theology with Spirit" | September 15, 2010
Dr. Hank and book

Sterling College Professor Dr. Henry Lederle can pinpoint the exact moment his interest in pneumatology (the study of the Holy Spirit) became intensely personal. That moment, which happened nearly 30 years ago, has most recently resulted in his book “Theology with Spirit: the Future of the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements in the 21st Century,” published by Word and Spirit Press earlier this year.

Sterling College Hires Visit Experience Coordinator for Office of Admissions | September 15, 2010
Erin Cureton

For the past decade Erin Cureton’s life has been closely connected with Sterling College. She and her older sister both earned degrees at SC, and Cureton served as a resident director for a year following her graduation. She and her sister married SC alumni. Their father, Mark Clark, became an assistant professor of music at the College, and the following year—last year, 2009—Cureton’s husband, Luke, accepted the position of head golf coach.

Sterling College '06 Alumnus Becomes Youngest Regional VP in Company History | September 8, 2010

The average regional vice president for KBS Realty Advisors has over 15 years of experience in the financial industry, so when Sterling College Alumnus Rigo Medina ’06 was promoted to a regional vice president position in the company, it was highly unusual both because of his age (he is the youngest VP at KBS) and his limited experience. However, his professors and coaches at Sterling College were not surprised.

Sterling College Fall Chapels "Follows" Road Trip Theme | September 8, 2010

Sterling College has some students who are on “road trips” and others who are on “pilgrimage.” College Chaplain Anne Smith says there is a difference between the two, and she hopes to minister to both “road trip” and “pilgrimage” students in this fall’s chapel program.

Sterling College Alumnus Phillip Rogers Provides Funds for Physics Equipment | September 1, 2010

When Assistant Professor Dr. Johnson Agbo came to Sterling College, he quickly put in a new equipment request. “I had to do a lot of improvisation to teach that first year,” he said.

When alumnus Phillip Rogers contacted a Sterling College administrator and said that he would like to make a donation earmarked for classroom equipment, his offer and Agbo’s need met.

Sterling College Alumnus Dr. Dan Fahrenholtz Named Colorado Academy of Family Physicians 2010 Teacher of the Year | September 1, 2010

More than 40 years later, Dr. Dan Fahrenholtz can tell stories about his time at Sterling College. He can list the professors and fellow students who had profound impact on him, and he can name the SC singing group he toured with in the summers.

Sterling College Welcomes New Students during Orientation | August 25, 2010
New Student Orientation

It looked like just fun and games on Sunday night as the new Sterling College students passed a ring-shaped candy from one person to the next using only their teeth and a toothpick and then tied their legs together to compete in the “team-legged” race. However, they were actually increasing their chances to have a successful college experience. “Students who are involved and who have friends on campus are more likely to stay in college and earn a degree,” said Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Shawn Reed as he spoke to the students on Saturday. “National statistics say that most of you will not finish college, but that’s not the case at Sterling. We want each and every one of you to succeed.”