Ever since Mollie Moore was little, she loved to write, even writing her own newspapers. Moore has been serving as an assistant professor of English a South Plains College for six years. “I was an […]
by REBEKAH HARVEY For Stephen Sanders, South Plains College has always been a part of his life. Sanders, who was born in Lubbock, lived in Levelland until he graduated from SPC with his Associate of […]
by REBEKAH HARVEY Before becoming a professor at South Plains College, Kelley Finley was a student who was involved in many campus organizations. After getting her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Wayland Baptist University and […]
Dr. Erika Warnick looks to always make the learning process exciting for her students. An associate professor of reading and education at South Plains College, Dr. Warnick grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. She moved to […]
by REBEKAH HARVEY For Kristy Kristinek, teaching is only one of the things that occupies her time. Kristinek, associate professor of fine arts at South Plains College, made the decision early on to stay in Lubbock. […]
Ron Presley strives to open the minds of his students with life lessons, stories and agriculture. Presley is a professor of agriculture in the Science Department at South Plains College Born in 1957, the same […]
When she was growing up, Sue Ann Lopez could never remember wanting to do anything else besides being a nurse. Lopez is retiring from serving as the Dean of Health Occupations after 24 years at […]
Dr. Sheyleah Harris-Plant shares fundamental lessons with her students by providing insights through the use of mathematics. Dr. Harris-Plant is an Alabama native and a military dependent whose father served in the United States Army. […]
Professor Allison Black encourages originality in the studio and teaches her students how to appreciate art. Black is a professor of Art and Fine Arts who teaches at both the Reese and Levelland campuses of […]
Christina Bearden-White encourages her students to feel like they are part of history. Bearden-White, an assistant professor of History at South Plains College, graduated from Johnston City High School in Southern Illinois. She was a […]
Hilary Nixon pushes each of her students to be better communicators in their daily lives. Nixon, instructor of speech on the Levelland campus of South Plains College, has taught at SPC for two years, one […]
Law enforcement is more than just a career for Lance Scott. It is his passion. One could say it defines him. Born in Levelland but raised in Perryton, Scott, chairperson of the Professional Services and […]
Janet Hargrove has touched the lives of so many people in many different ways. She touched the lives of patients working in the nursing field for 30 years. She has touched the minds of students […]
Despite experiencing setbacks, Alma Lopez keeps a positive perspective on life. Lopez spent her first six years of life growing up around Happy, Texas, eventually moving to Dalhart, where she started and finished school. Lopez […]
Margaret “Buffy” Rattan is best described as a fun and dedicated parent, wife, and professor. An instructor in English at South Plains College, Rattan was born in California, but has spent most of her life […]
Acebedo has encountered many of the difficulties that a typical nursing student faces while also having experienced the hardships of moving to a new country and adapting to the countless changes.
A lifetime of experiences has given Jay Hoes wisdom to educate his students.
Posters, banners, pennants, bumper stickers, and sports memorabilia are all items one may find at a sporting goods store or a gift shop.
Living two lives, Marc Watson doubles as a beloved comic book creator and professor.
Whether she is taking on the roles of coach and tour guide, or entrepreneur and metaphorical gardener, Wanda Clark has worked to help students, professionals, and the community blossom.