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Kirkwood Appoints New College Trustee

Keith Stamp to represent Jones County area Kirkwood Community College has appointed Dr. Keith Stamp of Monticello, Iowa as the newest member of the college’s board of trustees. The long-time educator will serve out the remaining term of Stacey Iben, also of Monticello. Iben recently gave up her Kirkwood board position to devote more time […]

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Kirkwood Offers Summer Camps with a “KICK”

Kirkwood offers dozens of learning experiences for youth during summer months For hundreds of area young people the summer of 2008 will include discovery, exploration and learning. That’s thanks to a wide range of new “KICK” summer camps through Kirkwood Community College. Most of the programs will cater to students entering 5th through 9th grades […]

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Kirkwood Boosts Think Pink Cause

Mid-Feb. events in Johnson Hall mixed fun and fund-raising for national cancer effort On Feb. 16, Johnson Hall was pink. Fans came expecting to see the classic Kirkwood Blue as the dominant color in the gym. They might have been surprised to see a blaze of pink throughout. It was a timely color change, for […]

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Eide Pursues Her Dream, Earns Academic Honor

In January of 2006, Darla Eide decided to make her dream a reality. Eide was working full-time as a server at Olive Garden Italian restaurant, but opted to return to college after 30 years. Eide wanted to pursue her vision and get her degree in Restaurant Management. Eide’s hard work inside and out of the […]

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Kirkwood Sheds Light on Student’s Future

With the help of Kirkwood Community College, Tracey Wylie sees learning in a whole new light. “I look at education as something that I can conquer now versus an unattainable goal,” she said. Not only has Wylie conquered education, she has excelled while doing it. Wylie, along with three other Kirkwood students has been named […]

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Professors, Presidential Hopeful Inspire Student

Giorgio D’Addezio is involved. He is dedicated to his community of Iowa City, he is participating in the upcoming election, he works as an interpreter at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and he is a member of various volunteer clubs around campus. D’Addezio’s reason for being involved is simple. “I have met many […]

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