Ryan Delaney, Kirkwood Community College alumnus Since high school, the Kirkwood/Iowa alumnus has managed an ambitious to-do list. When Ryan Delaney played quarterback in high school football, he learned to read the field and take advantage of game opportunities. That was also true when a summer banking internship in his native Fort Madison became a chance for […]
Gary Rozek is a longtime Kirkwood enthusiast When asked how he got involved in so many local endeavors, Gary Rozek answers simply, “I said yes.” Born and raised in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and the second of seven siblings, he’s a man deeply rooted in family and community life. Rozek finds that Kirkwood mirrors his enthusiasm for […]
Tamara Mull plans to be a Disney Imagineer Achieving is nothing new for Tamara Mull. This freshman defines the promise of Kirkwood: making the most of what you’ve got. Growing up on a farm near Monticello with her grandparents, Tamara learned early to push to overcome obstacles. Her mother taught her determination; she was a […]
Kirkwood honors student-veterans at May 16 event, highlighting support services and new Purple Heart scholarship program It might be the crisp haircuts or the distinctive “camo” fatigues and backpacks they carry. It might also be the swift, in-charge way they walk across campus. Those and other indicators are everywhere at Kirkwood Community College, showing that […]
The Marlin B. and Gail F. Cox Endowed Scholarship will continue to benefit many students The Kirkwood Foundation gratefully announces the receipt of a gift from the estate of Gail Cox of Cedar Rapids. It will be added to the Marlin B. and Gail F. Cox Endowed Scholarship, established in 2010 to provide scholarships for […]
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