This year the Wellness and Enrichment Team is switching things up; starting the first week in October they are offering 5 different group exercise classes in many different locations for the rest of the semester.
How it works:
- The fee to participate in classes is $40.00 per semester and you get to attend as many different classes as you would like.
- Sign up in the current learning opportunities and choose a class that you would like to attend the majority of the time (your “primary class” if you will).
- Attend that class and ANY OTHER CLASS that you would like – as many times as you would like. Really – it’s like a VIP – ALL ACCESS PASS to a rock concert – except you get to exercise.
How to sign up:
- Choose your class under current learning opportunities, bring (or interoffice mail) a $40.00 check (made out to GRCC) or cash to Staff Development (100 Admin Bldg) and get your exercise on.
- They will give you the class schedule so you can participate as much as you would like.
Drop in option: (if you don’t want to make the “primary class” $40.00 commitment)
- If you would prefer to just drop in on classes – feel free! There is a $5.00 fee for drop in classes and you don’t need to commit to any primary class.
- There is no need to pre-register – just show up! Check the Staff Development site for class dates and times.
What to wear: You don’t need to have an “outfit” – just bring some shorts or cozy pants and a t-shirt along with comfortable “gym shoes” and you will be ready to go.
Questions? – Contact Julie Lenger in Staff Development! X3490 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall 2011 offerings: Continue reading
As you’re likely well aware, GRCC’s Heritage Restaurant is again open for business. These photos come from the Lunch Class for the Fall 2011 semester supervised by GRCC faculty Chefs Angus Campbell and Bob Schultz. For reservations, call 234-3700 or visit www.grcc.edu/heritage to see hours and the menus for both the Lunch and Dinner services.
Theatre friend Laura Bailey had a fun time with her family at ArtPrize on Thursday evening! Check out Chistopher Hoyt’s “Mustache Yourself” ArtPrize entry. Laura posed behind her favorite mustache, and she and Kyle had their son Felix do the same! Come on over and give it a try during ArtPrize 2011 at Spectrum Theater! You’ll see this piece right when you walk in the main lobby doors on the windows of the foyer.
Enjoy ArtPrize everyone!
As you may be aware, GRCC has a presence downtown at the BOB for ArtPrize with the GRCC-themed ice sculpture crafted by the Ice Gurus. This gives the college an excellent opportunity to connect with the community with the piece. You can hand out literature, give away SWAG, or have student/faculty demonstrations – whatever suits your fancy.
Use this form to indicate when you are available to spend some time on site talking to the community about the opportunities your department has available.
GRCC’s Student Employment Services department has opportunities to make students aware of:
- Federal Career Day | ATC Building | October 13, 2011 | 1 to 4 p.m.
- Manufacturing Day | ATC Building | November 7, 2011 | 1 to 4 p.m.
Resume Workshops (dates/times/locations listed below):
- Tuesday, 10/25/11 from 2-4 p.m. | ATC 211
- Wednesday, 10/26/11 from 9-11 a.m. | ATC 211
- Wednesday, 11/9/11 from 2-4 p.m. | ATC 219
- Thursday, 11/10/11 from 2-4 p.m. | ATC 219
- Friday, 12/2/11 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. | ATC 211
So…do you want to promote your department, program or certification to interested prospective students? Here’s your chance…
Admissions Fall Open House
Saturday October 29
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Last year, over 300 prospective GRCC students (and their parents) attended. Want a piece of the action? Let Angela Zainea (ext. 3420 or email@example.com) know and she’ll set you up with a table (and chairs) for you to join in on the fun. But you must reserve your spot by October 14.
The open house is a perfect way to get these potential GRCC students excited about our college. In addition to admissions information, attendees will enjoy refreshments, campus tours, financial aid information and cool giveaways.
Why not be a part of it? More details at grcc.edu/openhouse.
Here’s a really great way to help students: Eat at The Heritage. How easy is that? But seriously, our restaurant is a working classroom and Chef Dunn needs customers so his students get real life experience. Let them show off their skills – on you. View the menu at www.grcc.edu/heritage
Call 234-3700 for reservations today. Bon Appetit!
GRCC football team rolls over Iowa Central CC
Published: Sunday, September 25, 2011, 9:55 PM | The Grand Rapids Press
FORT DODGE, Iowa — With a much-anticipated game approaching against nationally ranked Iowa Western Community College, Grand Rapids Community College football coach Tony Annese hoped his team would not be looking ahead. (More)
Gone JUCO, But Not Forgotten Premium Story
By Bill Greene | Ohio recruiting analyst | Date: Sep 25, 2011
Even though he has taken his talents to Grand Rapids Community College (MI), former Akron Buchtel star Corey Smith is still receiving recruiting attention, although he insists he is still committed to Tennessee. After giving up his senior season at Buchtel, and enrolling at GRCC for academic reasons, Smith is doing well in the classroom and on the field. (More)
The Role of Faith and Science in Fostering Earth Stewardship: The Scientific and Moral Ground
Center for Sustainability at Aquinas College
How does the world work? (Science), What ought to be? (Ethics), and Then what must we do? (Praxis), are questions that have largely kept separate in their own respective domains. However, as we come to directly face global climate change and declining biodiversity, these three questions need to be deliberately interlinked in order to address the overwhelming challenge of how rightly to live on earth. […] Dr. Calvin DeWitt (University of Wisconsin- Madison Professor, Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies) will give a public lecture, Wednesday Sept 28 at 7:30 pm in the Sneiden Hall Multipurpose Room 108 415 Fulton St E, Grand Rapids Community College. (More)
[Updated with Location]
Nicholas D. Kristof – September 26, 2011
Author, Columnist, Journalist
Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women
Location: All lectures begin at 7:00 pm at Fountain Street Church, 24 Fountain Street NE, Grand Rapids, MI.
Nicholas Kristof, is the author of Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women, which outlines an agenda for the world’s women and three major abuses: sex trafficking and forced prostitution; gender-based violence including honor killings and mass rape; and maternal mortality, which needlessly claims one woman a minute. Kristof, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and columnist for The New York Times since 2001, is widely known for bringing to light human rights abuses in Asia and Africa. Many reviewers suggest that Half the Sky stands to become a classic, igniting a grass-roots revolution.
For Library Resources on Mr. Kristof’s other work, click here.