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Nikki Banks' CJ 115 class presents their research on theft on campus.
Monica Smith of MSU presents "Navigating Grocery Stores for Health & Wealth" as part of the Lunch & Learn Series held at the MSU Extension in Kent County. Please rate this Lunch & Learn presentation at www.surveymonkey.com .
Annual Student Life video.
Theodore (Teddy) Ndawillie II will perform: Piano Solo #1 an original composition for piano
Martin Kinchen, acoustic guitar & vocals: "Did you Ever Know" "If I could Change the World" "It's probably Me"
Maryann Lesert's English students from GRCC present a performance defined as a "Quilt of Words:" a spoken-word event and visual art created to promote sustainability, create community and celebrate our sense of place. Presented at the Meijer Theatre in the Grand Rapids Public Museum. Nature: Ian Hilgendorf Critical Response: Gavin Hollemans Confessions: Maryann Lesert Despair: Brooke Verville Environmental Literature: Ken Tamke, and a Border of Wishes: Jacqueline Prins & Dave Mascho
GRCC Professor Pamela Laureto presents her Biology dissertation entitled "The Allopolyploid Origin & Population Genetics of the Solidago Houghtonii (Asteraceae)".
GRCC's Alma Mater is performed at Musical Moods 2010.
Leadership Awards are presented at Musical Moods 2010.
The Musical Mood Wind ensemble performs "I. Gandalf" from The Lord of the Rings.
The Musical Moods Flute Ensemble performs "Symphony No. 1", "I. Allegro" and "II. Allegro".
Theodore Ndawillie II performs Piano Solo #1 for Musical Moods 2010.
Shades of Blue performs "In My Life".
The GRCC Trumpet Ensemble performs "Hear the Pyramids" and "Galliard Battaglia" during the intermission of Musical Moods 2010.
Act 1 of GRCC Music Department's Musical Moods 2010.
WITHOUT BLUE THERE IS NO GREEN Dr. Earle will discuss her newest book, The World Is Blue: How Our Fate And The Oceans Are One, as the 14th Annual Wege Foundation Speaker. Honored by TIME magazine as its first Hero for the Planet, Dr. Earle will talk about the challenges we face bringing our oceans back to life. This is the 14th Wege Economicology Lecture.
regular meeting of the Grand Rapids Community College Board of Trustees Meeting. Recorded April 19, 2010
Intermission 2 of GRCC Music Department's Musical Moods 2010.
Intermission 1 of GRCC Music Department's Musical Moods 2010.
Act 2 of GRCC Music Department's Musical Moods 2010.
Delta Pi Alpha's Honors Recognition Dinner at GRCC.
Faculty share the value of utilizing archived NBC News clips in their online and in-class sessions.
Megan Bachman presents "Together for Earth: Positive Personal and Community Responses to Climate Change and Peak Oil" as part of the GRCC Spring Sustainability Series.
Held on April 14, 2010
Dr. George Pommer presents "Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Can't We Just Give 'Em a Chill Pill?" as part of the 2010 Psychology Lecture Series.
In this episode of Staff Technology Tips, GRCC Staff Facilitator MaryBeth explains the different Groupwise calendar views and how to change the look of your calendar.
In this episode of Staff Technology Tips, GRCC Staff Facilitator MaryBeth explains how to create and use posted appointments in Groupwise.
GRCC Staff Facilitator MaryBeth explains how to create and utilize distribution lists in Groupwise in this episode of Staff Technology Tips.
GRCC Staff Facilitator MaryBeth explains how to use the "busy search" feature in Groupwise in this episode of Staff Technology Tips.
GRCC Staff Facilitator MaryBeth explains how to use the "Notify" feature in Groupwise in this episode of Staff Technology Tips.
GRCC Professor Keith St. Clair discusses his recent trip to Turkey.
MLive.comGrowing biotech in Grand Rapids: Ferris State plans molecular diagnostics degreeMLive.com“Our goal is to really meet the needs of the state and meet the needs of the emerging medical community in Grand Rapids and beyond.” Students would take the ...and more »
MLive.comEditorial: Holland battery plant an economic boostMLive.comA promising sign: In the fall, Grand Rapids Community College plans to begin offering a one-year certification program for energy storage technicians ...
Resort has new executive chefTraverse City Record Eagle... executive director of the Secchia Institute of Culinary Education at Grand Rapids Community College, where George held seminars for six years. ...and more »
Artist reaches to depths for Art PrizeHoughton Lake resorter... Artist and Kirtland Community College Art Instructor Justin LaDoux is trying to reach the top in this year's Art Prize in Grand Rapids by plumbing the ...
Northbound US 31 in Olive Township closed because of fatal crash with semiMuskegon Chronicle - MLive.comKerry Hayward, an educational support professional for Grand Rapids Community College arrived at GRCC's Olive Township campus from West Ottawa High School ...and more »
Maryann Lesert presents "The Story of Stuff and Wall-E: Consumerism, Waste, and Resistance" as part of the GRCC Spring Sustainability Series.
SELLING EDUCATION - Economy fuels growing enrollmentHollandSentinel.comWhile Grand Rapids Community College campaigns to bring in more students, and Davenport University poises to ramp up its local appeal, marketing to the ...and more »
GRCC's Music Department presents the Mid-America Guitar Ensemble Festival March 19-21, 2010.
The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.comSchool board, parents quiz Grand Rapids school staff over plans for more ...The Grand Rapids Press - MLive.com"Please take your time to investigate," said Tom Neils, whose colleagues at Grand Rapids Community College have developed online courses. ...and more »
Grand Rapids' local food experts Dan Gendler, Anja Mast, Jerry Adams, and Devin Maloney have a panel discussion on local and organic foods after viewing the movie Food, Inc. This panel discussion is part of the GRCC Spring Sustainability Series.
Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Lecture Series featuring Morris Dees from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Presented by the Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Learning Center.
MLive.comGrand Rapids Community College football team caps successful season with ...MLive.comPaul L. Newby II | The Grand Rapids PressGrand Rapids Community College quarterback Kris Armstead looks down the field ...
Grand Rapids Community College History Professor Mike Light interviews Morris Dees from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Presented by the Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Diversity Learning Center.
The Saginaw News - MLive.comGRCC on track to save $6 million in energy expenses over eight yearsRapid GrowthOfficials at Grand Rapids Community College sat up and took notice after being told they could save $6 million in energy costs over eight ...GRCC to open safety program for growing wind energy industryGrand Haven TribuneGRCC offers first US wind energy safety training programHollandSentinel.comWind turbine safety training coming to Grand Rapids Community CollegeWZZMMichigan Radio -The Saginaw News - MLive.com -Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.comall 10 news articles »
Fatima Nieves, Rosalyn M. Ghysels, Bonnie K. Miller and Jillian Woodruff are honored in our annual event.
grcc's International Student Organization, African Student Organization, and Hispanic Student Organization present the 2010 Global Experience Festival.