Wallace State Respiratory Therapy Program Celebrates National Respiratory Care Week

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CONTACT: Dr. Paul Taylor, Wallace State Community College, Respiratory Therapy Program Director, paul.taylor@wallacestate.edu, 256.352.8310. HANCEVILLE, Ala.–The Wallace State Respiratory Therapy program celebrated National Respiratory Care Week (October 21 – 27) by launching a month long campaign declaring October, “Stoptober”. The Respiratory Therapy program has partnered with the American Lung Association, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., COPD…

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Holly Pond High School, Cullman Middle School each advance from 2012 North Alabama BEST Robotics Competition

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CONTACT: Russell Moore, Communications and Marketing, Wallace State Community College, 256.352.8443, russell.moore@wallacestate.edu Cullman Middle School students celebrate after the event. HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Holly Pond High School and Cullman Middle School achieved the top distinctions at the 2012 North Alabama BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics Competition held Oct. 26 at Wallace State Community…

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Wallace State Introduces First MOOC: Conversational Spanish Class Free to All

in Academic, Adult Education, Continuing Education, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, Ala.—Wallace State Community College in Hanceville is delving into the world of massive open online courses, or MOOCs, with a new Conversational Spanish class, now available through the Wallace State Continuing Education Department. The MOOC movement, led by some of the nation’s most prestigious universities – Stanford, MIT and Harvard were among the initiators…

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Former WSCC baseball star and Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Jake Elmore visits campus, reminisces about career with Lions

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HANCEVILLE – Jake Elmore, a former Wallace State baseball star and current Arizona Diamondbacks infielder, was preparing to make his first major league start at shortstop at Busch Stadium in mid-August when the chills and goosebumps overcame him. His dreams of making the big leagues had arrived. “It wasn’t my first at bat at home…

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