GRCC In the News, 10-6-15

GRCC hopes to produce class of ethical hackers

Oct. 2, 2015; Grand Rapids Business Journal

Grand Rapids Community College has become a training ground for digital guardians to keep digital thieves away from your digital treasures.

“ArtPrize: Why These Finalists”

Oct. 5, 2015; WOOD TV

Up next on the 2-dimensional juried shortlist is “Guryong Village in Seoul” by Soohyun Kim showing at the Grand Rapids Community College Collins Gallery.

Framed photos line a wall in a photo shown on a television screen. Underneath it says: 2D Juror Pick "Guryong Village in Seoul" Soahyun Kim. GRCC Collins Gallery.

SIRHA RIO 2015 – Coupe du monde de la pârtisserie

Oct. 5, 2015; Guia do Profissional de Hotelaria & Restaurantes

Durante o Sirha Rio, GL events promoverá a seletiva brasileira da Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie (CMP). O evento é referência na arte da alta pâtisserie no mundo inteiro, revelando novos talentos da área. No Rio, será no dia 14 de outubro, no Centro de Convenções SulAmérica. Quatro candidatos competirão pela chance de ir para a etapa Latino Americana do concurso, no México, em 2016. De lá sairá a equipe que vai representar o continente na final mundial em Lyon, em 2017.

… Flavio Federico

Federico começou a fazer suas próprias receitas aos seis anos, incentivado pela família. Mais tarde se formou nos Estados Unidos pela Grand Rapids Community College, fez especialização na École Lenôtre na França, e tem também diploma de padeiro no SENAI. Começou a trabalhar com Laurent Suaudeau como chef de confeitaria e logo se tornou o chef executivo de confeitaria do Hotel Hilton São Paulo Morumbi. Passou também pelo cargo de chef executivo de confeitaria e padaria do grupo Fasano. Foi chef proprietário da Flavio Federico Dolci, empresa que tocou por onze anos. Hoje se dedica ao mercado de consultorias.

(GRCC alumnus Flavio Federico is competing in the Brazilian trials of the Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie.)

Ohio State notebook: Urban Meyer laments loss of Corey Smith for season

Oct. 6, 2015; The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)

As Ohio State coach Urban Meyer turned his attention to a game on Saturday against Maryland, he took pause over one occurrence in the victory at Indiana, the loss of senior receiver Corey Smith.

… Smith is lost for the season, which was to have been his last at Ohio State, though Meyer said he might appeal for an injury-hardship sixth year of eligibility. Smith, from Akron, had played at Grand Rapids (Mich.) Community College in 2011 and then at East Mississippi CC in Scooba, Miss., in 2012 after the Grand Rapids school closed its football program.

Grand Rapids High School Junior Wins Top Prize in Consumers Energy Sponsored Student Art Competition

Oct. 5, 2015; realestaterama.com (industry newsletter)

WASHINGTON, D.C. October 5, 2015 (RealEstateRama) — A Grand Rapids Public Schools junior’s painting depicting the benefits and beauty of energy efficiency has earned her a $1,000 college scholarship and prominent display of her winning creation in downtown Grand Rapids as ArtPrize heads into its final week.

… The Top 20 were then judged by a panel of experts from Kendall College of Art & Design at Ferris State University, Grand Rapids Community College and Grand Valley State University. About two weeks ago, Consumers Energy and GRPS hosted the Top 20 students and their teachers at the districts headquarters to announce the Top 10 finalists and to celebrate everyone’s achievements. The remaining top finalists received a variety of prizes; all 20 students received a special T-shirt with all of their names included on the back and a rendering of the Top 10 banner on the front.

Muskegon Community College recap: Volleyball sweeps Ancilla, sets up big week

Oct. 5, 2015; MLive

The Muskegon Community College women’s volleyball team cruised to a 25-11, 25-20, 25-10 win over Ancilla College Tuesday to set up a huge week.

… MCC hosts defending conference champion Grand Rapids Community College Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. and Kalamazoo Valley on Thursday in a pair of matches with huge title implications.

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