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Three longstanding Employees Set to Retire

published May 16, 2018Three longstanding Employees Set to Retire

Dr. Craig Mosher has 30 years of lasting memories at the College. He began in 1987 when he was hired as the Director of Development. In 1989, he then became the Director of Institutional Advancement, and later, Vice President of Institutional Advancement.  His responsibilities have included the Executive Director of the HCC Foundation, HCC’s Accreditation Liaison with the Higher Learning Commission – including being a Peer Evaluator for HLC, marketing and publications for HCC, and President and member of the Doniphan County Chamber of Commerce.

Glen Gross, Photography Instructor, began at HCC as the Artist in Residence 1988 - 1989. The fall of 1989 he became a faculty member for Photography and has served the College in that capacity for 30 years. Glen has also taken the role as Yost Art Gallery Coordinator on and off through his 30 years at HCC.  He has been instrumental in organizing HCC Art Day, one of the biggest, most successful high school art contests in Kansas.

Bill Noll was hired on at HCC as an adjunct instructor the fall of 1996 while he completed his Masters Degree. In the spring of 1998, he became the full-time instructor for History, Government, and Geography. Bill brought real world experiences to his classroom due to his extensive career and travels in the military. Bill has also served the College in administration of College Sporting events being our Official clock operator.

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