GRCC In the News, 5-6-16

Fifty seniors receive WMU’s top undergraduate honor

May 5, 2016; Western Michigan University press release

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Fifty students in Western Michigan University’s 6,500-member senior class have been named a 2016 Presidential Scholar.

… Conor T. O’Donnell is the Presidential Scholar in Philosophy. O’Donnell is from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and a graduate of Grand Rapids City High School who has attended Grand Rapids Community College.

… Matthew T. Bracey is the Presidential Scholar in Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering and Engineering Management. Bracey is from Plymouth, Michigan, and a graduate of Plymouth High School who attended Grand Rapids Community College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Video shows suspect pacing after fatal stabbing at GRCC

May 5, 2016; WOOD TV

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Surveillance video from a Grand Rapids Community College parking ramp shows a suspected murderer pacing as he apparently tries to decide what do to with the body of the woman he had just fatally stabbed.

Memorial slated for woman murdered on GRCC’s campus

May 5, 2016; WOOD TV

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) — A community tribute is planned for a Muskegon woman found murdered on the campus of Grand Rapids Community College.

Needs Assessment: 2016/2017 Learning Opportunities

Human Resources/Staff Development would like your feedback on the trainings you would like to see offered for the 2016/2017 Fiscal Year! To provide feedback, please:

  • Log in to Peoplesoft/Online Center
  • Select GRCC Employee
  • Select Needs Assessment
  • Select the trainings you are interested in attending. The trainings are organized by professional skills (i.e.: communication, diversity, etc.). If there are courses that you’re interested in, but don’t see listed, please make a suggestion in the comments section!

Human Resources/Staff Development will compile the feedback during the summer months and share the professional development opportunities in GRCC Today.

Note: The needs assessment is used only to provide feedback on trainings you are interested in, it does not mean you have registered for that training. As professional development is made available, you will be able to register through the registration page.

Summer wellness schedule starts May 9

The summer wellness schedule, from May 9 to August 19, 2016:

Monday
11:45-12:30
Bootcamp with Lynnae – Meet at FFH

Tuesday
12:30-1:00
Butts & Guts with Julie – FFH Balcony

4:30-5:15
Spinning with Julie – CSC 140

5:15-6:15
Spin/Sculpt with Kelly – CSC 140

Wednesday
11:45-12:30
Bootcamp with Lynnae – Meet at FFH

12:15-12:45
Mindfulness Meditation with Julie – Main 347

5:15-6:00
Tai Chi with Chalene – Spectrum Theater 211

Thursday
12:15-1:00
Yoga with Simon – Sneden 314

4:30-5:15
Spin/Sculpt with Julie – CSC 140

5:15-6:00
Cardio Dance with Christina – Spectrum Theater 211

Friday
12:15-1:00
Beginners Strenght and Conditioning – FFH Balcony