The latest schedule, for May 5 to 11, for the College Channel includes programs on the Noorthoek Academy celebration and the Student Leadership Banquet . Check out the offerings here.
The latest schedule, through December 9, for the College Channel includes the Idea Pitch Competition, the Diversity Lecture Series and “JFK Through Jackie’s Eyes.” Check out the offerings at www.grcc.edu/channel28.
Member’s from the community came to GRCC to give testimonies. They discussed amending the Non-Discrimination Act to include sexual orientation and gender identity, and how it will impact the community.
GRCC Political Science professors discuss the relevancy of the U.S. Constitution on its anniversary. Participants include Keith St. Clair, Yan Bai, Gordan Vurusic and Heather Forrest.
Thanks to GRCC’s Media Technologies department, the Board of Trustees meeting held on July 16, 2012 is now available on Youtube (and will also air on the college channel):
Need a little inspiration for your Hump Day? – Check out this video the Media Technologies Department shot of the 2012 class of GRCC Nursing Students going through the storied tradition of receiving their pins for successfully completing our very popular program. Congratulations to all our graduates!
The Special Programming Listings for GRCC’s College Channel are now up and cover what will air through July 8, 2012. This slate of programming includes: Aquinas Lunch Learn: Penny Avery, The West Michigan Enviromental Action Council Presents: Backyard Wind, Math Seminar: Eulers Formula, GRCC Chemistry Lecture Series – Blood Glucose Monitoring/Research at Hope College, GRCC Chemistry Lecture Series – Gentex, World Affairs: The Arab Spring and the Prospect of Democracy, World Affairs: What the Oceans are Telling Us and Why, Cooking With Angus # 89 Blood Pudding, and new: Artists Creating Together 2012.
The full list can be viewed at grcc.edu/channel28
The programming schedule for the College Channel is now available online. This schedule will run from May 9 through May 27th. Included in this schedule is a new Cooking with Angus episode along with an all-new line up including programs from Kendall, Aquinas and of course GRCC. One great example is this program featuring the Kent Philharmonia Orchestra performing selections from operas:
Most of our programs are available on our Youtube Channel located at www.youtube.com/grcc
All of our programming is listed and streamed live at grcc.edu/channel28
The roster of new programming schedule for the College Channel that will run from April 23rd through May 8, 2012 is now available. Featured in this round is the GRCC Poetry Conference and the remainder of the Race and Ethnicity Conference. Among the new offerings is this lecture, part of the Psychology Speakers Series “The Role of Technology in our Lives: the Good, the Bad, and the Scary” by Dr. J. Noland White:
The listings and streaming links can be found on The Media Technologies Dept’s webpage at http://cms.grcc.edu/channel28
Courtesy of the Media Technologies Department, the entire 2012 GRCC Student Leadership Awards program is available for viewing:
Recently the West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum held an essay contest that invited community members to describe what sustainability means to them. GRCC’s own Brian Shultz received an honorable mention for his contribution, and courtesy of the Media Technologies department the recognition event featuring the entrants reading their essays is available on Youtube:
The broadcast schedule for the College Channel is now available online. All new line-up of programming including the latest Diversity Lecture Series speaker and two new World Affairs Lecture Series presentations is up. These listings can also be found on our website at http://cms.grcc.edu/channel28
Here’s an example of the amazing programming on – the California Guitar Trio appearing as part of the Music Department’s annual International Guitar Series:
Last week GRCC’s Social Sciences department hosted its fourth annual Race, Ethnicity and Identity Conference featuring a variety of superb presentations. Courtesy of GRCC’s Media Technologies department the rest of those presentations are now also available on Youtube:
Kate Swanson presents “Exploring Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Childhood in the Andes: A Geographical Perspective” at GRCC’s Race and Ethnicity Conference
Professor Heather Forrest presents “Race, Ethnicity, and the Hispanic Vote in American Politics” at GRCC’s RAe and Ethnicity Conference
Professor Dillon Carr presents The Historical Landscape of Grand Rapids
Professor Keith St. Clair presents Race and Politics in Modern Brazil
Professor Robert Hendershot presents Idlewild’s Rapture: Race, Power, and Culture in America’s “Black Eden,” at GRCC’s Race and Ethnicity Conference:
Courtesy of GRCC’s Media Technologies Department, the video of the 2012 Salute to Women Awards presentation is now available online: