Robert Ritschel en New SRC President Has Ties to School <p>A person who graduated from Spoon River College and later worked at the school will serve as its eighth president.<br /><br />Curtis Oldfield was introduced to the public during news conferences at the Canton, Macomb, and Rushville campuses. He will take office July 1.<br /><br />&quot;He brings (to SRC) experience in working to serve a diverse range of students seeking college transfer preparation, workforce training, and career enhancement,&quot; said Gayle Strode Blodgett, Chair of the SRC Board of Trustees.<br /> Tue, 10 Apr 2012 19:22:18 +0000 Rich Egger 13307 at New SRC President Has Ties to School Names Released in SRC Presidential Search <p>The list of candidates to be Spoon River College&#39;s next president is down to five finalists. They come from across the country.</p><p>Interviews and public forums will be held during the next few weeks.&nbsp; The forums will be held at 8:30 am and 2:10 pm at all four SRC campuses via the school&#39;s Interactive Video System:</p><p>February 29. Mr Curt Oldfield, Vice President of Academic Affairs at Northeast Iowa Community College in Peosta, Iowa. He was previously Dean of Instruction at SRC.</p><p>March 5. Ms Carol Davis, Vice President of Community Outreach at SRC.</p> Thu, 23 Feb 2012 20:24:53 +0000 Rich Egger 10709 at Names Released in SRC Presidential Search SRC Presidential Search Hits Home Stretch <p>Spoon River College has narrowed its presidential search to six finalists.</p><p>Their names are not being released yet. SRC said it wants to &quot;protect the privacy and confidentiality of each person.&quot;</p><p>However, their identities will soon become known. The school said the finalists are scheduled to meet with the public during forums on the Canton and Macomb campuses on Wednesday, February 29; Monday March 5; Monday, March 19; Wednesday March 21; Monday March 26; and Wednesday March 28. The forums are scheduled to begin at 8:30am and 2:00pm.</p> Thu, 02 Feb 2012 22:12:32 +0000 Rich Egger 9557 at SRC Presidential Search Hits Home Stretch