GRCC In The News, 02-27-19

Honran memoria de César E. Chávez con marcha denominada “We Are The World”
2/27/19 La Prensa
GRAND RAPIDS, MI: El Comité para Honrar a César E. Chavéz invita a la 19va Marcha Anual de Justicia Social para celebrar el cumpleaños número 92 del líder sindical estadounidense. La marcha se llevará a cabo el próximo 14 de marzo de 2019 a las 11:00am. El punto de partida será el Cook Library Center, ubicado en el 1100 de la avenida Grandville de esta ciudad.
… El Comité de Unidad para Honrar a César E. Chávez está compuesto por: Kevin Quinn, Presidente de Aquinas Collage; Eric Delong, Asistente del Gerente de la ciudad de Grand Rapids; Carlos Sánchez de Ferris State University; Jack Woller, ex director de la iglesia Fountain Street; Bill Pink, Presidente de Grand Rapids Community College; Dale Robertson, Presidente de Grand Rapids Public Museum; Jesse Bernal, Vicepresidente de GVSU; Directora Connie Dang, Director Juan Olivarez y Presidenta del Comité, Lupe Ramos.
… Tiene un profundo amor por los estudiantes de Grand Rapids y por la ciudad en sí. Proviene de una familia grande con raíces profundas en la ciudad, estudio en South Middle School y se graduó de Creston High School. Cuenta con un título de Asociada en Artes en Grand Rapids Community College, una licenciatura en Ciencias en Administración Pública de GVSU y una maestría en Liderazgo Educativo de Western Michigan University.
(GRAND RAPIDS, MI: The Committee to Honor César E. Chavéz invites the public to the 19th Annual Social Justice March to celebrate the 92nd birthday of the American union leader. The march will take place on March 14, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. The starting point will be the Cook Library Center, located at 1100 Grandville Avenue.
… The Unity Committee to Honor César E. Chávez is composed of: Kevin Quinn, President of Aquinas Collage; Eric Delong, Assistant Manager of the City of Grand Rapids; Carlos Sánchez from Ferris State University; Jack Woller, former director of the Fountain Street church; Bill Pink, President of Grand Rapids Community College; Dale Robertson, President of Grand Rapids Public Museum; Jesse Bernal, Vice President of GVSU; Director Connie Dang, Director Juan Olivarez and Chair of the Committee, Lupe Ramos.
… She (Teresa Weatherall Neal) has a deep love for the students of Grand Rapids and for the city itself. Shecomes from a large family with deep roots in the city, studied at South Middle School and graduated from Creston High School. She holds an Associate of Arts degree from Grand Rapids Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration from GVSU and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University.)

Students create glue, extract banana DNA and explore green chemistry during STEM event
2/26/19 gvsu.edu
Extracting DNA from a banana, exploring magnetism and using green chemistry were just a few of the activities that local middle school students participated in during a recent, interactive STEM event.
… Additional events focusing on geology, math, biology, astronomy and chemistry took place at Grand Rapids Community College and Hope College.

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