GRCC has teamed up with Comprenew to collect those unwanted electronics you’ve been wanting to get rid of around the house (or office). You know what these items are…old computers/monitors, keyboards, antique cell phones, televisions, power cords, speakers, printers, answering machines (what are those?), etc. You get the picture. The Comprenew e-Trailer will be available at these times and locations:
Date: October 5 – 7
- Bostwick Commons by the Student Center Loading Dock
- DeVos Campus(Administration Building) Parking Lot-NE Corner. We will use the first two parking spots located by the concrete barriers.
- ATC Small Loading Dock. This will be mostly for staff as the loading dock doors cannot stay open all day.
Trailers will open at 6:30am and lock at 7:00pm daily. For the complete list, click here. A big thanks to our friends at Comprenew for doing their part to reduce, reuse and recycle by offering this service to GRCC and the community at no cost.
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Pinky Babulal, adjunct instructor in English, along with husband Mahe and son Akshat, welcomed Amba on Friday, September 16. You can’t see it in the pictures, but Amba has beautiful dark hair just like her mom.
The GRCC Board of Trustees meeting held September 19, 2011 is now available for viewing:
GRCC Educational Support Professionals would like to welcome Amy Robinson to the college. Amy started last week as a Benefit Specialist in HR/Payroll/Benefits in the Cook Administration Building, Devos Campus. She processes COBRA benefits and provide support for all who receive health and life benefits from the college. Prior to coming to GRCC Amy spent 15 years working for Meijer, most recently as an HR Supervisor.
Amy is happily married with two boys, ages 20 and 21. Her oldest attends Kalamazoo College and her youngest works at Noodles on 28th Street but will soon be returning to GRCC. Although she is not taking classes this semester, Amy is pursuing a Masters in Public Administration at GVSU.
Condolences go out to Susan Lictenberg, JET/TAA Program Manager in the Michigan Works! office at the Tassell M-TEC who recently lost her mother. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at the University Presbyterian Church, 1385 S. Adams Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309. Memorial Visitation will be from 5:00 pm until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday at the Pixley Funeral Home, 322 W. University Dr., Rochester, MI 48307. Memorial contributions are suggested to the University Presbyterian Church – Memorial Gifts Fund.
Full information is available here.
NJCAA football poll: Bulldogs remain No. 1 in country
From Staff Reports | Corsican Daily Sun | September 20, 2011
Navarro remained atop the NJCAA national football poll in the new rankings released on Tuesday afternoon. The Bulldogs, who beat Tyler, 34-22, on Saturday received 138 points and five first-place votes. Blinn remained No. 2 with 132 points and one first-place vote following a 62-0 rout of Arkansas Baptist. […] The Grizzlies still have a sizable lead over No. 8 Grand Rapids Community College (Mich.) with 89 points.