Success Stories

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Beachly to continue exploring as he steps into retirement after 27 years at Hastings College

Dr. Bill Beachly believes the best learning happens not in lectures but on adventures, which is why in nearly three decades as a Hastings College wildlife biology professor, he’s taken countless students on field trips and excursions abroad. Once, he loaded up a car of invertebrate zoology students for a five-hour round trip to Iowa […]

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Rempp looking to next chapter after 25 years at Hastings College

Teachers have the most incredible job. The future of the world walks through their doors — doctors and politicians, farmers and business people, bankers and truck drivers — and a teacher impacts each and every one. By Tyler Mogilefsky ‘14, Activities Director at Doniphan-Trumbull Public School So just imagine a teacher of teachers like Dr.

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‘A genuine professor’ with amazing ability to connect with students, Schneider to retire after 39 years of service 

“A teacher’s influence doesn’t stay in school. It goes out into the world and cannot truly ever be measured. Every student you inspire to do something great goes on to inspire others. There is no limit to your impact.” – George Couros By Dr. Bobbi Buchholz ’02, Professor of Mathematics I first met Dr. John

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Koozer ’06 builds programs to challenge the status quo

A standout vocal performer during her years at Hastings College, Dr. Maggie Koozer ’06 was a soloist in productions of Handel’s “Messiah” and Mozart’s “Requiem,” the female lead in the musical comedy “Hollywood Pinafore” and a member of nearly every musical group on campus from choir and band to the Hastings Symphony Orchestra and music

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Anderson overcomes challenges on road to physical therapy program

Life is not always a straight path from point A to point B. For senior exercise science major Alyse Anderson, that path was anything other than direct. Anderson transferred to Hastings College from Central Community College (CCC) as an agricultural science major. However, she knew her real calling was working with people in healthcare, in

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