Amanda Brown moves up to a new position

Amanda Brown has worn quite a few different hats here at LCCC. She started here as a student in 2002 and then in 2014 she was hired as an adviser. Now she is teaching psychology to it’s students and in between she’s been a counselor and taught COLS. You might wonder why she’s been in

Psychology instructor once pursued opera, survived college in the 70s

She was a farm girl from northwest Ohio and the baby of five children. Luanne Gearhart, a psychology instructor, was a first-generation college student. Gearhart is now two years away from retirement and looking toward the future. But going from her little farming community to becoming the instructor she is today was no easy feat.

Psychology instructor will leave more than a psychological impact

John Sanford will be retiring from full-time teaching at the end of this semester after having taught psychology courses at LCCC since 1989. Before becoming a full-time instructor in 2001, Sanford was a local marriage and family therapist for 15 years in addition to being an adjunct instructor here for 12 of those years. “I

New counselor Maggie Albers looks to focus on student’s needs

Maggie Albers is a new full-time counselor at Laramie County Community College. Albers worked part-time during fall 2017 and officially began as a full-time counselor on Feb. 1. Albers has a bachelors in psychology and sociology from Black Hills State University, as well as a masters in mental health counseling from Minnesota State University. Albers

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