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September 2016

News, Feature Stories

  • Mehlville School District hopes to expand college credit program with STLCC to allow students to earn associate degree as they graduate with high school diploma in the Oakville Call, Green Park Call Sept. 1
  • STLCC assessed valuation for 2016 is $317.1 million in the Washington Missourian Sept. 3
  • STLCC participates in 24:1 Clergy event in the North County Community News Sept. 7
  • STLCC’s culinary arts program ranks No. 9 by Best Choice Schools in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 7
  • Forest Park to host BioSTL Visions event in the St. Louis American Sept. 8
  • “Echo Hall Falls” event listing in West Newsmagazine Sept. 8
  • STLCC’s Jim Duane of the Building Union Diversity program pictured with BUD program graduates in the Labor Tribune Sept. 8
  • STLCC welcomes displaced ITT Tech students in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 9
  • Anthony Cruz named vice chancellor for student affairs in the Chronicle of Higher Education Sept. 11
  • STLCC precision machines and technology class prepares students for entry-level machinist jobs photo in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 11
  • STLCC partners with St. Louis Public Schools to allow students to earn high school diplomas and associate degrees through the Early College Academy on KMOV-TV, Wave 3 TV Sept. 13
  • STLCC offers LaunchCode class in the St. Louis American Sept. 13
  • STLCC’s Sharon Person to speak at 2016 Ste. Genevieve History Conference in the Ste. Genevieve Herald Sept. 14
  • Aurdeen Clarkson encouraged by STLCC’s Gwen Pennington to take early care and education courses and now is a teacher at the Fiance Early Learning Center in the St. Louis American Sept. 15
  • STLCC offers open house to displaced ITT Tech students on St. Louis Public Radio Sept. 15
  • Michael Dreith named Wildwood associate provost; Larry Johnson, Forest Park provost; and Elizabeth Gassel Perkins, Florissant Valley provost in the St. Louis Business Journal Sept. 16
  • Carol Lupardus named Meramec provost; Kedra Tolson, executive director of marketing and communications in the St. Louis Business Journal Sept. 16
  • STLCC Peterson Lecture Series features Lynn Terry on evensi.com Sept. 16
  • STLCC culinary arts graduate Chad Crabtree, executive chef for Morrison Healthcare, to host cooking demo during Taste of St. Louis in the Alton Telegraph Sept. 18
  • STLCC enrollment increases 1 percent in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 23
  • Paul Zinck discusses how revised overtime law impacts STLCC employees in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 26