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Performance of Transfer Students at University
3.26 GPA

Transfer Performance
The cumulative first-year GPA of ECC transfer students it 3.26, in the 87th percentile nationally.
Number of Scholarship Recipients
231

Scholarship Recipients
ECC Scholarships were awarded to 231 recipients in 2019, the most single year recipients in East Central history.
Nursing Licensure Pass Rate
98%

Nursing Licensure Pass Rate
Nursing program students at ECC had a 98% professional licensure pass rate in 2020.
Employment Rate
89.6%

Employment Rate
82.47% of students who completed career technical programs at ECC in 2018– were employed in related fields, while 7.14% pursued further education.
Grace Allgaier
New Haven, MO
Humanities
Evan Kiriakidis
Leasburg, MO
Paleontology/Zoology
Bella Allgeyer
Ballwin, MO
Liberal Studies
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Heidi Brueckner is a Professor of Art at West Valley College in Saratoga, California where she has taught painting, drawing, and design for over 20 years. Brueckner received a BA in Fine Art and a BA in Art History from University of California, Santa Cruz in 1991. She received an MFA in Painting from University of Kansas in 1997.

A native Californian, Brueckner studied at the University of Heidelberg and The Goethe Institute in Germany in the late 1980s. During this pivotal year, she was able to visit the major museums of Europe and found herself heavily influenced artistically by 20th century German art.

The book “Monsterbet” is a series of 26 oil, acrylic, and mixed media paintings based on the format of children’s alphabet rhymes.

Art Gallery – HH121

Tuesday, January 25 – Tuesday, February 15
All Day

Halen, Ranheim, and Judd in Concert

Thursday, January 27 • 7:30 p.m. in the theatre

St. Louis Symphony Concertmaster David Halen and acclaimed SLSO Cellist Bjorn Ranheim with pianist Jennifer Judd will perform beloved piano trios. Each musician boasts a robust solo career, and their passion for chamber music has amazed audiences all over the world.

Thursday, January 27
7:30 pm

Alexander Technique Workshop

January 28 • 1 p.m. • HH 105

The Alexander Technique (AT) is a practical method
for learning to approach our daily activities with more
freedom, ease and natural coordination. Katherine
Mitchell gives workshops and lecture demonstrations
all over the country including working with the National
Association of Teachers of Singing, physical and
occupational therapists at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, and
training Alexander Technique teachers.

Friday, January 28
1:00 pm

Sonatina Festival
January 29 – 30 in the theatre. Time is TBD.

Saturday, January 29 – Sunday, January 30
All Day

The Film and Lecture Series is screening the Film “Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property” on February 3 in the theatre. Time is TBD.

Thursday, February 3
All Day

Lyracle

February 4 • 4 p.m. • HH 105

Lyracle, an award-winning Early Music ensemble, performs
repertoire for solo voice and viola da gamba. The duo—
mezzo soprano Ashley Mulcahey and viola da gambist
James Perrotta—offer scintillating performances of 16thand
17th-century song and viol solos with technical skill
and infectious energy. Recognized for their performances
across the country, Lyracle is a finalist in Early Music
America’s 2020 Young Artists Competition.

Friday, February 4
4:00 pm