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With vision and courage, Cowley College instructors create innovative environments where students can receive a quality education.

We have over 50 full-time instructors and around 200 part-time instructors. With an average class size of 17 students, the instructors at Cowley College take a personal interest in the success of each and every student.
  Slade Griffiths
Vice President of Academic Affairs

Slade Griffiths
"It is gratifying to nurture the synergy between faculty and students to create a dynamic learning environment. Our faculty is comprised of gifted individuals who are discipline-specific experts that amaze me with their diligence, knowledge, and care. I fully believe that both students and faculty alike must be engaged in the classroom. Together, both can elevate student success and enable a significant difference in the future." read profile

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Steve Cooper
Mathematics Instructor
Killblane

"Math is like one big puzzle. It's really not that different from learning the rules to a game and playing it. It's also a great way to develop the logical part of our minds. Students learn math and discover that they can solve problems by breaking them into smaller, manageable pieces. It takes an open mind to realize you can learn new things."

Steve Cooper has been at Cowley College since 2011 as a mathematics instructor. He received a BS degree from the University of Kansas in 1988, and more recently he received his teaching certification through KU's Graduate Certification Program. Steve received a Master’s of Science degree in mathematics from Emporia State University in 2013. He has also been involved as a co-sponsor of Cowley’s Math and Science club at the Ark City campus since 2011.

Office: GJ303H
Phone: 620.441.5215
E-mail: coopers@cowley.edu


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