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The St. Charles Community College Board of Trustees has named four finalists who are under consideration to fill the soon-to-be vacant college president position.

The candidates are: Darrel L. Cain, vice chancellor for student affairs at Ivy Tech Community College System in Indiana; Cliff Davis, president of Table Rock campus and system vice chancellor at Ozarks Technical Community College; Barbara R. Kavalier, district president at Navarro College in Texas; and Ted Lewis, president of academic affairs at Pellissippi State College in Tennessee.

A student-painted mural titled, “Plan, Learn, Care, Create, Serve” was unveiled at Crowder College Wednesday. The mural is on display at the Lee Library on the Neosho Campus. Library Director Eric Deatherage tells News Talk KZRG what the artwork represents.

“It is designed to represent the connection between the library and different jobs and service positions in society.”

Deatherage adds that the students got a lot out of working on the piece.

“As they were going through working on the mural they got to learn about different methods and different styles.”

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East Central College Library was featured on the April 2016 cover of CHOICE.  The photograph is the Parkview Room, silent study booth area.  Renovated in 2010-2011, the Library holds 25,000 volumes and serves over 4,000 students at the Union campus.

For some people, surviving an EF5 tornado, a subsequent fungal infection and cancer would be too much.

But John Hunter isn't one of those people. And for him, it all comes down to one thing: Faith.

Hunter, the library director at Ozark Christian College and a tornado survivor, has faced numerous battles since that stormy Sunday in May 2011, including multiple cancers and a bout with the infamous tornado fungus. Now 64, he has held fast to his Christian faith to get him through the rough spots. 

"We have a God who some people thought was absent, but he was definitely... read more

“I look forward to deeper involvement with the ALA Reference and User Services Association (RUSA) and collaborating with so many dedicated members. RUSA has been a welcoming professional home for me for a long time.” - Chris Le Beau on receiving the election

Chris Le Beau, Assistant Teaching Professor and Learning & Research Librarian at UMKC, has been elected as the 2017-2018 president of the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA).

RUSA is a division of the American Library Association and is considered the foremost organization of reference and information... read more

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