May 10, 2017
The end of another academic year is upon us! To help students, staff and faculty reflect upon the year, several departments come together to publish the annual literary and art review. Titled "Works of Prey," this year’s edition features poetry, art, fiction, non-fiction, research and photography by East Central College students. It also includes winners [...]
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May 9, 2017
Educators have a profound effect on students in many capacities. However, they aren’t always thanked for their hard work and dedication. “I sometimes assign students to write about their educational experiences,” said East Central College English Instructor Sue Henderson. “In conversations we have about their papers, students often mention teachers who have had a positive [...]
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May 9, 2017
Thomas Dill, Vincent Niehaus and Kathleen Rust have been named Faculty Emeritus by the East Central College Board of Trustees. The designation is an academic tradition intended to recognize the lasting impact of outstanding members of the faculty. “The faculty being recommended represent an important part of the East Central College story,” said Dr. Robert [...]
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May 3, 2017
East Central College Adult Education and Literacy Director Alice Whalen has been named President-Elect of the Missouri Adult Education and Literacy Administrator’s Association (MAELAA). The statewide network of Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Program Directors is dedicated to the advancement of adult education through high-quality services and professionalism in the field. “Nearly 750,000 people ages [...]
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May 3, 2017
Each year, East Central College ends the school year by visiting a showcase of works by its art students.  Chosen from numerous entries, the works in the show were selected because of their quality and the ideas engaged in the work. The reception has been rescheduled for May 10 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Come join us [...]
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May 2, 2017
Classes will be in session Wednesday, May 3 at all locations. Any student or employee unable to reach campus due to flooding needs to contact his or her faculty/supervisor about an absence. A student will not be penalized for missing class tomorrow due to the flooding emergency. The safety of our students and staff are [...]
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