Middle school students invited to Fall in Love with STEM
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Middle school students can participate for free in Fall in Love with STEM events beginning Saturday, Feb. 9, through the West Michigan chapter of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS-WM).
Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids Community College and Hope College are promising fun-filled days of STEM activities science, technology, engineering and math.
Grand Rapids program helps first-generation and minority students get to and through college
2/8/19 Michigan Radio
It’s a happy day when college acceptance letters arrive and high school students start on their journey to obtain a higher education degree.
… “We’re all responsible,” (Shayla) Willis said. “As one of our partners from [Grand Rapids Community College] Chris Sain said, Retention is everybody’s business.”
Assistant Dean and Associate Professor at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Tracey Brame on Creating Joy
2/7/19 Women’s Lifestyle magazine
Tracey Brame is an Assistant Dean and Associate Professor at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Brame was recently elected Vice President of the Grand Rapids Bar Association and also serves as the Vice President of the Grand Rapids chapter of Jack and Jill of America. Tracey is the quintessential #RockstarWoman she uses her gifts to lead, love, and serve in her home, marketplace, and community. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated; serves on the Board of Directors for Linc UP, a nonprofit community development organization; and is the head of the parent organization at Crestwood Middle School in Kentwood. She is the proud wife of Grand Rapids Community College Board of Trustees, Kenyatta Brame, and mother of two: Kamau, age 12 and Kimani, age 10.