The GRCC Players production of Somewhere in Between has been nominated for “Outstanding College Production," and students, alumni and faculty are represented throughout the nominations.
Dr. Cara Poland, a physician in Spectrum Health's addiction rehabilitation program and medical director of its Substance Use in Pregnancy Clinic, will discuss opioid addiction during a free lecture on Oct. 5.
Dr. Bill Pink will meet with students, alumni, community members and business leaders during a week of activities leading to his investiture as GRCC's 10th president on Sept. 29.
Staff and faculty in the Criminal Justice Department worked with partners in the sheriff's departments of Kent, Allegan and Ottawa counties and the Michigan Sheriff's Coordinating and Training Council to develop the program.
Alen Ganic, inventory and asset manager for the city of Grand Rapids, truly believes GRCC's Lean Champion Certification program is for everyone.
Grand Rapids Community College's Faculty Council recently passed a resolution opposing the decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. "As faculty, it is our belief that Grand Rapids Community College is in existence to provide a safe and supportive environment for all people to learn, grow, and achieve their dreams," Council President Frank Conner said.
The Grand Rapids Community College Board of Trustees sent an announcement today to faculty, staff and students affirming its support of GRCC's DACA students.
Lynnae Selberg, an assistant professor and director of the Counseling and Career Center, received the faculty award. Lorena Aguayo-Márquez, program assistant for Academic Outreach, received the staff award, and Tom Mulder, in the English department, was honored with the adjunct award.
GRCC is offering tours of the newly renamed Albert P. Smith Music Center during a community open house from 3:30-5 p.m. Sept. 8.