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PRESIDENT’S REPORT | April 2014 Cilek elected, Lohmar re-elected to SCC Board of Trustees Pamela Cilek of Weldon Lindenwood University and the Spring was elected to a six-year former St. Mary’s College in term and Judge William T. O’Fallon. He was appointed to the Lohmar, Jr. of St. Charles was SCC Board of Trustees in January re-elected to a six-year term 2011 after his son Timothy was to the St. Charles Community elected as a judge in Missouri’s College Board of Trustees in the 11th Judicial Circuit. William April county election. Lohmar was elected in 2012 to Cilek, a 34-year educator, complete the final two years of has been associated with the that six-year term. college since its earliest days. Rounding out the sixOriginally from Macomb, Ill., member SCC Board of Trustees she taught in the theater and are Ryan Robertson of Weldon communications department Spring, regional director at SCC for 26 years and of Goldman Sachs Asset coordinated the college’s Management; Rose Mack of Center Stage Theatre. She O’Fallon, Ward 2 councilwoman retired from the college in for the city of O’Fallon; Jean 2012. She previously taught at Ehlmann of St. Charles, a history Top: Pamela Cilek the University of Missouri-St. and government teacher at Bottom: Judge William Lohmar, Jr. Louis, St. Louis Community St. Charles High School; and College-Florissant Valley and William R. Pundmann of St. Lindenwood University. Her late husband, Charles, president and CEO of Pundmann Clark Cilek, Ph.D., was principal of St. and Co. Charles West High School for 26 years. This The SCC Board of Trustees is charged is her first six-year term on the college’s with the duty of fostering and maintaining Board. the overall welfare of the college as well Lohmar is a senior judge for the state as approving the annual budget and of Missouri, the St. Charles City Municipal expenditures of funds. Judge and the senior partner with Lohmar, The six members of the St. Charles Staebell and Burleson LLC. As an advocate Community College Board of Trustees are of education and professional development, elected citizens who serve six-year terms Lohmar has served as an instructor at without pay. Graham R. Fisher, Ph.D. SunEdison Chief Scientist to speak at SCC commencement Graham R. Fisher, Ph.D., chief scientist at SunEdison Inc. in St. Peters, Mo., will be the keynote speaker at the 26th annual St. Charles Community College commencement exercises on Saturday, May 17. The ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. in the gymnasium of the College Center on the SCC campus. “Dr. Fisher is an exceedingly accomplished leader in high-technology science and engineering,” said David Niermann, SCC associate professor and pre-engineering program coordinator. “We have been very fortunate to have him on campus a number of times to share perspectives and experiences with our preengineering students. He is a passionate advocate of the value of education.” Fisher leads the Emerging Technologies Research Group for SunEdison developing new platform products with a 3-5 year horizon. MARK YOUR CALENDAR: ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND EDUCATIONAL EVENTS AT SCC April 23 – Spring Fling/RegFest April 23 – That ‘80s Run May 2 – Job Fair 2014 April 23-27 – “Next Year’s Man of Steel” April 29 – One Day Without Shoes May 5 – Outdoor Movie Night

SCC Monthly President's Report, April 2014

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