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Student employment — Positions available on Knightlink include:

  • (NEW) Residential Life — office assistant (for summer 2015)
  • (NEW) Maintenance — Centennial Complex student assistants
  • (NEW) Physical Plant — certified drivers
  • Admissions Office — office assistant (for summer 2015)
  • Pathways Center — Writing, Reading, Speaking Lab consultant (for next academic year)
  • Business Office — office assistant (for summer 2015)
  • Security — security assistant 
  • Dining Services — Mensa, Den, Zesty Orange, special events, and truck/inventory assistants 
  • Pathways Center — Pathways Peers (for next academic year)
  • International Student Programs — Orientation leader (for summer 2015) 
  • International Student Programs — Student liaison (for next academic year) 
  • Maintenance — Clinton Hall student assistants
  • Maintenance — Library student assistants
  • Maintenance — Student Center student assistants
  • Maintenance — Fine Arts Center student assistants

Questions regarding these positions or Knightlink can be directed to Abbie Raum, student employment coordinator, at 352-8350 or studentemployment@wartburg.edu

Wartburg West deadline — The application deadline for second- and third-year students interested in spending Fall Term 2015 or Winter Term 2016 at Wartburg West in Denver, Colorado, is Friday, Feb. 20. The deadline for first-year students applying for the Sophomore Program in Fall Term 2015 is Wednesday, March 11. Applications are online. Direct questions to Jo Dorrance, Wartburg West campus liaison, at jo.dorrance@wartburg.edu.

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Wartburg in the News

The spring sports teams were previewed in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier

Stacie Stoffregen ’93, a Greencastle (Indiana) Middle School science teacher, was awarded a $10,000 Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowship to study renewable energy, wind energy and wind farms by comparing Midwestern winds and oceanic winds in Puerto Rico, according to the Greencastle Banner Graphic

Kevin Bratland's ’03 success as a first-year wrestling coach at the Coast Guard Academy was highlighted in The Day.

Kim Collier Schaufenbuel ’89 was named executive director of the United Way of Steele County, according to the Owatonna People's Press

Lake Lambert III, the college's former assistant dean of academic planning and Board of Regents Chair in Ethics, has been named president of Hanover College, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier

Steve Hagen, head football coach in 1986, was named special teams assistant coach for the New York Jets, according to the team's official website

Bruce Brye ’61 received the Walt Lauter Award for lifetime achievement or service in athletics from the Greater Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame, according to thechattanoogan.com

The partnership between the college's Adopt-A-Grandparent program and Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier

Tennis coach Mike Strydom talked tennis, living in the U.S., and what he misses about South Africa with the South Coast Herald

Wartburg West was the basis of President Darrel Colson's article, Called to Mission, published on page 20 of Saint John's Cathedral's Open Door magazine. 

After 35 years, art teacher Wanda Meyer ’79 is still connecting kids with art in Onida and Blunt, South Dakota, according to the Onida Watchman.

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