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Waubonsee Hosts Conversation Café to Make a Difference

To mark Make a Difference Day on Oct. 25, Adult Literacy Project volunteers will lead a Conversation Café for new English speakers. 
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Waubonsee, AID Partner to Create Support Line for Students

Waubonsee Community College and the Association for Individual Development (AID) have launched a new support line to help Waubonsee students grapple with the pressures of college and life.
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Waubonsee English Professor Lindeen Publishes Op-Ed

Waubonsee Associate Professor of English Ellen Lindeen has published an op-ed in several publications discussing the conflict between Israel and Gaza.
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Waubonsee Director of Governmental, Multicultural Affairs Blacksmith to Receive Two Community Honors

Lourdes "Lulu" Blacksmith, Waubonsee's Director of Governmental and Multicultural Affairs, has been recognized by two regional organizations for her work at the college and in the community.
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Waubonsee Professor Jeppesen Addresses International Ceramics Conference

Doug Jeppesen, Associate Professor of Art/Ceramics at Waubonsee Community College, was selected to deliver the closing remarks to a gathering of some of the finest ceramics artists in the world in Denmark.
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Waubonsee SBDC Manager Parker Recognized as Illinois "State Star"

Harriet Parker, Manager of the Waubonsee Community College Illinois Small Business Development Center, was recognized by her peers as Illinois' SBDC State Star for 2014.

Waubonsee to Host College Night Oct. 6

Waubonsee will host representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities across the nation at its annual College Night on Monday, Oct. 6 in Sugar Grove.
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Waubonsee Offers Unique Local Experiences This Fall

This fall, Waubonsee will offer several unique experiences, hosted by local experts, to leave participants with lasting memories and new or improved skills.
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Illinois Teacher of the Year Pam Reilly Recognized as 2014 Waubonsee Distinguished Alumnus

Pam Reilly, who teaches second grade at Woodbury School in Sandwich and who was recognized in 2013 as the Illinois Teacher of the Year, has been recognized by Waubonsee Community College as the college's 2014 Distinguished Alumnus.
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Falex Corp CEO Andrew Faville Recognized as Waubonsee 2014 Distinguished Contributor

Andrew Faville, of Geneva, president and CEO of Sugar Grove-based Falex Corporation, has been recognized by Waubonsee Community College as its 2014 Distinguished Contributor for his work through the Waubonsee Foundation and other endeavors to help deserving students achieve their dreams through a college education.
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Waubonsee History Professor Powers Recognized as NIU History Alumnus of Year

Waubonsee Assistant Professor of History Dr. Amy Powers has been selected by the Northern Illinois University History Department as its Alumnus of the Year.

Waubonsee Celebrates Past Year's Accomplishments

Read about Waubonsee's institutional and individual accomplishments during the 2013-14 fiscal year in this annual memo from President Dr. Christine Sobek. 
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Waubonsee Captures All-Sports Trophy

For the third time in four years, Waubonsee Community College has beaten out seven other schools to capture the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference (ISCC) All-Sports Trophy.