College Art Faculty Shows at Banfill-Locke

College Invites Public to College Hour Reading by Local Authors, Sept. 10

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Welcomes New Faculty to Fall Semester

College's Annual Prairie Home Delights Fundraiser, Sept. 25

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Welcomes Students to Fall Semester with Week of Activities

Fall Picnics Kick-Off New Academic Year at Anoka-Ramsey Community College

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Welcomes Chinese Exchange Faculty Member

Community Organizations Step Forward to Sponsor College's Annual Prairie Home Delights Scholarship Fundraiser, Sept. 25

Roles Cast in College Fall Play, "The Laramie Project"

Senator George McGovern Speaking at Anoka-Ramsey's Cambridge Campus - Public Welcome

President Johns of Anoka-Ramsey Community College Named 2008 Pacesetter of the Year

Discover Possibilities at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Open House

College Students Cut Acting Chops to Perform Intriguing Docu-Drama, "The Laramie Project" Oct. 24, 25, 30, 31, Nov. 1

Coffee House Series Rocks Anoka-Ramsey Community College Each Month, October Through April

Prairie Home Delights Grossed More Than $27,500 for Student Scholarships at Anoka-Ramsey Community College

Bachelor’s in Special Education Continues at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Through Partnership Renewal with St. Cloud State University

Cambridge Campus Hosts Renowned Author

New Season, New Coaches, New Life for Men's Basketball Program at Anoka-Ramsey Community College

New Board Members Bring Wealth of Experience to Coon Rapids Campus Foundation

College Art Faculty Curates Watercolor Invitational

New Board Member Brings Wealth of Experience to Cambridge Campus Foundation

College Offers Wide Array of Veterans' Services

Anoka-Ramsey Art Faculty Receives Printmaking Award

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Hosts Fallen Comrade Ceremony Nov. 12 to Honor Veterans

Women's Volleyball Team Forges to Successful Season Close

College Student Art Sale-Unique Gifts, Good Cause, Great Value

College Choir Performs Winter Choral Concert

KARE11 Features Anoka-Ramsey

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Proceeds Deliberately After State Deficit Announcement

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Thanks Donors at Second Annual Legacy Dinner

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Embarks on Strategic Planning Process; Public Invited

Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation Donates $25,000 for Nursing Scholarships at Cambridge Campus

Tuition Cut in Half at Anoka-Ramsey Community College to Retrain Unemployed Workforce

Annual Cambridge Campus Scholardazzle Fundraiser Seeks Guests, Sponsors to Support Students

College Reschedules Public Meetings for Strategic Planning

College Offers Accelerated, Eight-Week Business Courses

College Offers Unique Experience for Jazz Musicians

College Announces Cast for "Hormel Girls" Musical

Golden Rams Rally, Split Weekend Games

Number of Season Bests in Victory over St. Thomas JV

Men’s Basketball falls to Madison Tech

Rams Defeat St. John's JV

Rams Split Weekend Games

The Golden Rams Split Matches in Illinois

College Welcomes New Faculty to Fall Semester

August 29, 2008

Thirteen new full-time faculty members joined Anoka-Ramsey Community College in the fall semester 2008.

Dawn Alexander-Payne, History Department. Alexander-Payne holds bachelor of arts and a master of arts degrees in History from Abilene Christian University. In August 2008, she anticipates completing her doctorate in American History, with minors in Britain Since 1601 and Modern Europe. Previously, she taught a variety of history courses at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas.

Eric Anderson, Music Department. Anderson holds a bachelor of science degree and a master of arts degree in Music Education from the University of Minnesota. Previously, he worked for District 911 as director of bands and music instructor at both the middle and high school levels.

Samuel Bergstrom Sam Bergstrom, Music Department.
Bergstrom, an adjunct faculty member since 2006 teaching music courses, conducting Chamber Ensembles, and directing the Anoka-Ramsey Concert Band, holds a bachelor of arts degree in Music Education from Augsburg College and a master of arts degree in Music Education from the University of St. Thomas. Previously, Bergstrom was employed as an instrumental music instructor and director of bands at St. Michael-Albertville High School.
Keven Docktor Keven Dockter, Mathematics Department.
Dockter holds a master of science degree in Mathematics from the University of North Dakota and a bachelor of science in Education from Mayville State College in North Dakota. For the past 25 years, he was a faculty member at the Inver Hills Community College. Dockter was recently appointed conference coordinator by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges, where he will plan national mathematics conferences for the organization.
Kristin Klomm Doneen Kristin Klamm-Doneen, Philosophy Department.
Klamm-Doneen holds a master of arts in Individual Studies: Comparative Philosophy and Religion from Central Washington University, a master of arts in Practical Philosophy from Stockholm University, and a bachelor of arts degree in Philosophy from Humboldt State University. Currently, Klamm-Doneen is enrolled in a doctoral program at Stockholm University, pursuing a doctorate in Practical Philosophy. Previously, Klamm-Doneen taught full-time unlimited Philosophy and Humanities at Riverland Community College in Austin, Minn. since 2004.
Adam Krenelka Adam J. Krenelka, Mathematics Department.
Krenelka holds a master of science degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and a bachelor of science degree in Mathematics Education from Minnesota State University - Moorhead. Previously, Krenelka was a faculty member at the Inver Hills Community College.
Blayn Lemke Blayn Lemke, Theatre Department.
Lemke, formerly an adjunct faculty member teaching acting and speech at Anoka-Ramsey, holds a master in fine arts in Acting from the National Theatre Conservatory and a bachelor of arts in Rhetoric with a minor in Acting from Winona State University. Previously, Lemke was a drama specialist and assistant speech coach at Blake School. He also worked for the Guthrie Theatre Education program and the Young Audiences of Minnesota, and taught acting classes and workshops at both Century College and Normandale Community College.
Shawn Magner Shawn Magner, Biology Department.
Magner holds a doctorate in Environmental Biology from the University of Louisville and a bachelor of science in Biology from St. Cloud State University. Previously, Magner taught at the Minnesota State Community & Technical College in Detroit Lakes.
Rich Manik Rich Manik, Music Department.
Manik, an adjunct faculty member since 1999 directing the Jazz Ensemble, conducting Concert Band and teaching music courses, holds a bachelor of music degree in Jazz Performance and Woodwinds from Duquesne University and a master of music degree from Boston University.
Deborah Molano, Nursing Department.
Molano, a part-time faculty member during the spring 2008 semester, holds a bachelor of arts degree in Nursing from College of Notre Dame and completed the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program at the College of St. Catherine. Previously, Molano was a school nurse, cardiac rehabilitation nurse, an operating room nurse supervisor and a staff nurse.
Kirsten Olsen Kirsten Olsen, Sociology Department.
Olsen, a part-time faculty member since 2004, holds a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Liberal Arts for Human Services from the University of Minnesota - Morris and a master's degree in Sociology from The Ohio State University.
Dale Omundson Dale Omundson, Spanish Department.
Omundson, an adjunct faculty member since 1996, holds an associate of arts degree from Anoka-Ramsey, a bachelor of science degree in Film and TV production with a minor in Spanish from Montana State University; a master of science degree in Spanish from Minnesota State University-Mankato and a master of arts degree in Telecommunications (TV and radio broadcasting) from the University of Carbondale.

Peter Wahlstrom, Humanities Department
Wahlstrom, an adjunct faculty member since 2001, holds a master of arts degree in Classical Studies with a minor in Philosophy and a bachelor of arts degree in Classical Civilization with a minor in Greek from the University of Minnesota. Previously, he has also taught Philosophy and Humanities courses at North Hennepin Community College, Inver Hills Community College and Minneapolis Community and Technical College.