News at 6:30 p.m.
More than 17,000 people from all over the world flooded the streets of Grand Rapids for the 41st annual Fifth Third Riverbank Run. …. We spoke to a few of the runners from Grand Rapids Community College who took part in the race.
(Cross country coach Matt Sicilia and some team members were interviewed.)
Just Enjoy to provide at-home personal chef services
5/4/18 The Holland Sentinel
For Justen Bowden, his work life journey is one that has been filled with different stops along the way.
… He was running a business centered around baked goods such as cookies and brownies and recently graduated from Secchia Institute for Culinary Education with a certificate as a personal chef. Now Bowden has started a personal chef business called Just Enjoy.
West Michigan Food Waste Summit
5/12/18 Grand Rapids Business Journal
West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum and partners will host the West Michigan Food Waste Summit on Monday, May 21 at the Secchia Institute for Culinary Education at Grand Rapids Community College, the capstone event of the Western Michigan Food Recovery Council pilot project.
GRCC staff and faculty enjoyed the Food for Life programs nutrition and cooking classes, Foods that Fight Heart Disease and Foods for Healthy Weight this summer.
The Food for Life program is a community based nutrition education program, designed by physicians, nutrition experts, and registered dietitians aimed at preventing disease.
GRCC Human Resources Professional Development
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
Food for Life: The Power of Food for Health
Presented by: Sheri Olekoski
TRIO/SSS has partnered with Michigan Technical University (MTU), for the 14th year in a row, to provide GRCC students a first-hand research experience. Karl Jovinge, Breianna Bertossi, Alannah Elliott, Benjamin Craig, Anthoni Phonxana, Breana Gallarzo, Joseph Day, and Nick Lopez are participating in the 7-week intensive learning opportunity. They will be paired with faculty and assist with current research that ranges from engineering to human resources.
They will experience life at a four-year institution by living on campus, attending a seminar course, and working alongside research faculty. For most students, this opportunity would not be possible without the financial support they also receive. MTU gives each student a $2,500 stipend for their participation. The financial support means students can focus on their learning and clarifying what their academic goals will be moving forward.
They will present their research to fellow classmates, faculty, and staff on June 22nd at MTU. To learn more about this partnership program, please contact TRIO/SSS at 616-234-4150.
Information Technology will be discontinuing the “Staff” wireless network on Wednesday morning, 5/16/18. All college owned devices should automatically switch over to the GRCC Secure wireless network. If you are connected to “Staff” with a personal device, or your GRCC device does not automatically connect to the GRCC Secure wireless network, simply select “GRCC Secure” from the list of available wireless networks. When prompted, sign in using your Campus Network Login credentials (the same username and password you would use to sign in to a campus computer).
If you need assistance with connecting to the GRCC Secure network, please contact IT Customer Support.