The Keller Futures Center, in partnership with Amway Business Innovations and the Luma Institute, have embarked on a 3 day workshop on the Future of Transportation in West Michigan. In these videos, the project facilitators explain the exercises and research that the team has completed to begin formulating innovative solutions for alternate transportation. The team has already come up with hundreds of ideas and will present their final ideas today (Friday).
Joe Boomgaard from MiBiz is doing regular updates on the latest Keller Futures Center project.
Video of the first two days are available here:
On Wednesday, June 8th, the college celebrated our newest Distinguished Alumni, Dr. James Buzzitta and Janice Maggini. Family and friends gathered to honor these two incredible individuals. Also there to help celebrate both Jim and Jan, were past College Presidents, Dick Calkins and Juan Olivarez.
Muskegon Community College looks to partner with fortu PowerCell battery manufacturer
Published: Friday, June 10, 2011, 6:14 AM | Brian McVicar | The Muskegon Chronicle
MUSKEGON — Muskegon Community College wants to give a jolt to a car battery manufacturer’s effort to find skilled employees for its Muskegon Township plant. […] In January, Grand Rapids Community College and South Korean based-LG Chem agreed to a $20 million, 20-year deal to train new workers for a facility LG Chem is building in Holland. (More)
Lady Explorers ready to defend national title
By John Kennett for the Midland Daily News | Posted: Thursday, June 9, 2011 8:32 am | Updated: 2:04 pm, Thu Jun 9, 2011.
Once again, the goal for the Midland Lady Explorers 23-U softball team is a national championship. But this year, the bar is set higher as the Lady Explorers attempt to repeat as champions of the National Softball Association Women’s Division. […] Also playing first base will be Kellen Dewey from Grand Rapids Community College. (More)
Sara Yob sent in this photo of Cathy List smiles as she does spring cleaning in the ATC.