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New Teaching Robot at Sinclair Brings Education Full Circle for Two Grads - May 16, 2017

A new teaching robot is on the job at Sinclair Community College thanks in part to a pair of Sinclair grads who now have good careers in the robotics field. Dustin Engle, 32, a robot programmer, and Jayson Noll, 28, a robotics technician, are on the job at Yaskawa Motoman in Miamisburg. The company is making a new line of educational robots for colleges and universities. The $50,000 ro...

Shortly After Stepping on Campus, Sierra Butler Knew Sinclair was the Place for Her - November 03, 2016

Valedictorian. When the term comes up around high school graduation time, you think of an outstanding student whose excellence will present them with tons of options. That’s the position Sierra Butler was in as Jefferson High School’s 2014 valedictorian, but the option she found most appealing ultimately surprised plenty of people around here. Sierra turned down a number of scholars...

Sinclair’s Own Chef Leibold is Inspiring Students to Prepare Them for Opportunities as Highly-trained Culinary Artists - November 03, 2016

Chef Frank Leibold earned his stripes in the neighborhood bakeries of Dayton and in the highly competitive contact-sport kitchens of New York City in the 1970s, experience that guides his coaching of tomorrow’s generation of culinary experts at Sinclair Community College. The pace is brisk in the commercial kitchen where Leibold, a professor today, runs students through the fine point...

Sinclair Police Keeps Our Campus Safe - November 03, 2016

Sinclair Community College ranks among the safest communities in the region for violent crime, a fact that might be surprising to some because of the urban location of the main campus. The violent crime rate is below even exceptionally safe communities including Bellbrook, Beavercreek and Germantown – all cities that have among the lowest violent crime rates in the region according to 201...