The latest schedule, through Feb. 23, for the College Channel includes the Psychology Lecture Series.
The Visual Arts Department hosted ArtCamp 5 last week for area high school students.
This year, 97 students from five highs schools attended and created artworks during hands-on workshops. The workshops included ceramics, drawing, photography, art history, and art curriculum information.
“It is so wonderful to see so many young adults interested in the arts,” said professor Scot Garrard. “These students will add creativity and culture to the world in all areas of life for many years.”
Student Fisher Pham led a Mathematics Seminar that looked at the Rubik’s Cube and “God’s Algorithm.”
Scholarship “owners” got to meet recipients at the GRCC Foundation’s 10th annual Creating Connections breakfast on Feb. 15.
The event featured a welcome by foundation Executive Director Kathryn Mullins, vice president for College Advancement, and President Bill Pink, as well as two student speakers: Amanda Barnett and Raymond King.
The Alexa and Alek Zapata Scholarship was spotlighted.
Learn how you can finish your bachelor’s degree in Grand Rapids at Ferris State University’s spring open house, 4-7 p.m. March 14 in room 124 of the ATC!
Ferris advisors, admission officers and financial aid experts will be on hand to give you the low-down on finishing your bachelor’s degree right on GRCC’s campus.
Bring your transcript and you could be admitted to the university on the spot! Light refreshments and a T-shirt are provided for attendees. You can RSVP online.
Political science professor Keith St. Clair recently returned from Qatar and will discuss the history, causes and prospects for this wealthy nation’s ostracism on the Arabian peninsula.
The talk, “Qatar: Rebel Emirate,” will take place from 1-2 p.m. Feb. 20 in room 108 of Sneden. Everyone is welcome to attend!
The Exercise Science Department will hold its Advising Days from 1-4 p.m. Feb. 20 and 2-4 p.m. Feb. 21 in room 137 of the Calkins Science Center. All students, regardless of major, are invited, and you don’t need an appointment.
- Learn about Exercise Science programs, wellness classes and the Health and Exercise Science guided pathways.
- Plan your Fall 2018 schedule.
- Apply for graduation.
- Plan for transfer.
- Explore careers.
Just drop in — there will be free snacks!