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The Surgical Technology program at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, Liberal, Kansas, has admitted new students to the fall 2011 class through the partnership with Manhattan Area Technical College.
Incoming students for the 10-month program include Melanie Bonjour and Belinda Rader, St. George; Rhonda Hartman, Wamego; Cristy Hicks, Ogden; Jennifer Cotton and Jenna Krebs, Manhattan; Tammy Melton, Junction City; Emily Puckett, Peoria, Ill.; and Latisha Richardson, Lumberton, NC.
The lecture portion of this program is online while the clinicals are in area health care facilities that are convenient for the student.
To find out more about the program, contact Carmen Sumner, coordinator, 620-417-1411 or carmen.sumner@sccc.edu.

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Cassie Courkamp will be the 2011 Presidential Scholar from Tyrone, Okla., for Seward County Community College/Area Technical School in Liberal, Kansas. SCCC/ATS gives presidential scholarships to a student at area high schools who has the highest GPA of those attending SCCC/ATS and is recommended by his or her high school counselor or principal based on high academic ability, leadership, citizenship and moral character.  These scholarships are limited to one student from each high school each year.<br />

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Pricilla Enriquez will be the 2011 Presidential Scholar from Liberal for Seward County Community College/Area Technical School in Liberal, Kansas. SCCC/ATS gives presidential scholarships to a student at area high schools who has the highest GPA of those attending SCCC/ATS and is recommended by his or her high school counselor or principal based on high academic ability, leadership, citizenship and moral character.  These scholarships are limited to one student from each high school each year.

Suzanne Campbell, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM has been appointed by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) Board of Directors as Focus Editor for the Clinical Laboratory Science journal. She is the Medical Laboratory Technician coordinator at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School.
Dr. Vicki S. Freeman, MLS(ASCP)CM SC, FACB, current president of Alpha Mu Tau Fraternity (AMTF) also announced that Campbell will be inducted into the fraternity at the AMTF annual dinner in Atlanta, Georgia in July.

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Each year the Kansas Society for Clinical Laboratory Science awards a minimum of four $500 scholarships to current medical laboratory technician (MLT) and medical laboratory science (MLS) students. At the recent annual continuing education meeting, Noemi Navaratte, a Medical Laboratory Technician student at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, was awarded one of the scholarships.
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Tiana Stebens, currently a second year Medical Laboratory Technician student at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, Liberal, Kansas, was awarded The Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Legacy Student Scholarship.
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Kristen Wheeler, a current second-year Medical Laboratory Technician student at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School and Manhattan Area Technical College was awarded The Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Student Scholarship and earned the Kansas Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (KSCLS) Outstanding Student Award.

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Witness a little bit of Jazz and a little bit of opera during ďAn Evening of Harmony,Ē at 5:30 p.m., Sunday, July 10 at Liberal Country Club.
This evening of entertainment is being presented by the Music Department at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School to raise money for music scholarship and will feature Dr. Magda , vocal music instructor, and Darin Workman, instrumental music instructor.

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Seward County Community College/Area Technical School has named its spring 2011 semester Presidentís Honor Roll, Deanís Honor Roll and Part-time Deanís Honor Roll.
Students who complete at least 15 credit hours in courses numbered 100 and above and maintain a grade point average of 4.0 shall be eligible for the Presidentís Honor Roll.

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Seward County Community College/Area Technical School in Liberal, Kansas, has named its graduates for the 2010-11 school year. Students received a certificate of completion, an associate in applied science degree, an associate in science, an associate in arts or an associate in general studies.

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Depending on fire conditions in Seward County Monday, July 4, there may or may not be fireworks following the Bee Jays baseball game.
The Seward County and Liberal Fire Departments will make a decision near the end of June, whether or not there will be fireworks this year following the Liberal Bee Jays game Monday, July 4 at Brent Gould Field on the campus of Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School.

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