With Spring Break behind us the campus community is rushing headlong into the final six weeks of the school year. This is always an energetic time on campus and even as our students, faculty and staff look to finish the semester strong, we begin to look forward to next fall. A few upcoming events over Homecoming weekend to mark on your calendars are all of the class reunions (1956, 1961, 1971, 1981, 1986, 1991, 2001 & 2006) and a special reunion for all former athletes who were coached by Jim Chroust in basketball, football, or track. Coach Chroust and his wife, Carol, will be back in Sterling for the 2011 Homecoming festivities October 14 & 15. The Chrousts will be the Grand Marshalls of the Homecoming Parade. Be watching upcoming eNewsletters for more information as details are finalized. It would be a blessing to the Chrousts to have many of Coach’s former athletes back on campus. Start planning now to “come home” to Sterling in October.
One other event that is closer on the calendar is the Mississippi Valley Alumni event on April 29th . The First Presbyterian Church of Moline, Ill, will be the site for Mississippi Valley gathering. The evening will begin with a potluck supper at 6:30pm followed by a Skype conversation with four current SC students. The address is 801 16th St., Moline. For questions or to RSVP contact Keith Asmus ’71 563-940-6698.
Director of Alumni Relations
Sterling College Launches Redesigned Website
Sterling College launched a newly designed website on Monday, March 28 that reflects the mission and vision of the college in a contemporary and simplified format that is easy to navigate. To read more click here.
Reed takes head Women's Basketball coaching job at Tabor
Sterling College Assistant Athletic Director Shawn Reed will become the next head women's basketball coach at Tabor College (Kan.). Reed has been serving at Sterling College since 1997 with his most recent role being assistant athletic director, assistant professor of exercise science and servant leadership coordinator. To read more click here.
Students and Professor give presentations at the Kansas Academy of Science
The Sterling College Biology Department was recently represented at the Kansas Academy of Science Annual Meeting held in Baldwin City, Kan., on April 8-9. Two students, Leonore Enfield of Raymond, Kan., and Tyler Wise of Clearwater, Kan., gave a research presentation titled, “Effects of Prairie Restoration on Small Mammals.” To read more click here.
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