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  • President Johnson looks to the future


    As Sinclair’s President since 2003, Dr. Steven Johnson is motivated on a daily basis by seeing how the power of knowledge and learning can change a student’s life. “I am motivated knowing that I am working in a learning college where students have their lives changed by what we do,” Johnson said. “I am motivated […]

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  • Listen up


    One of Sinclair’s very own professors has become president of the International Listening Association. Kent Zimmerman is a professor of Communication at Sinclair and will also spend one year as the president of the ILA. The International Listening Association promotes the study, development and teaching of listening and the practice of effective listening skills and […]

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  • A day in the archives


    In the boughs of Sinclair, you’ll find the records center and archive tucked away in the library housing historical records, old photos, incident reports and much more. Bob Smith, Sinclair archivist, has been at Sinclair for over six years and said he takes care of terminator case files, old historical clippings about Sinclair, old photos […]

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  • Come bike to work


    May 20 is National Bike to Work Day and Sarah Kiewitz, English professor and Pete Willis, criminal justice coordinator, hope students, faculty and staff at Sinclair joins them in biking to RiverScape to enjoy the annual Bike to Work Day Pancake Breakfast. “Five Rivers is a huge component of biking. That’s a gem. That’s one […]

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  • Investing in Dayton Arts

    Culture Works is an organization that supports many non-profit art associations in the Dayton region, such as Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, the Human Race Theatre, the Dayton Philharmonic, Dayton Opera and the Dayton Ballet, according to Amanda Romero, co-chair of Employee Workplace Giving Campaign. “Culture Works has built partnerships with many organizations in the region,” […]