Monthly Archives: October 2011

It’s all about the students

Ah, registration. It was a welcome sight to see students enrolling for the spring semester on Wednesday. STLCC does a great job of meeting students wherever they are in their educational journey – whether they’re taking a continuing education class, … Continue reading

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Fall winds blow into St. Louis, the campus prepares for a new reality

Since the shootings at Virginia Tech in 2007, there has been a laser-like focus on campus security. Everyone across the country is concerned about how colleges will react to a security breach, but for those of us on campus, how … Continue reading

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FV prepares for Professional Development Day, Nursing receives good news

With all the talk about safety on college campuses, we’ve decided to do something a bit different for Professional Development Day. Please join me at 8 a.m. on Oct. 18 in the gym for coffee and doughnuts. Promptly at 9 … Continue reading

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Never underestimate the importance of a community college

Collaboration. Partnerships. Synergy. These three words define the community college experience. My experiences during the past week further solidified the important role that community colleges play in our region, as well as the nation. On Wednesday, I participated in the … Continue reading

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