In honor of April being Community College Month, University of Michigan President Mark S. Schlissel contributed the latest installment of “Keeping Up The Good Work.” Read his thoughts about WCC’s impact on the community.
A wide array of engineers, scientists, researchers and educators interested in the future of connected and self-driving vehicles and an intelligent infrastructure gathered at WCC for the second annual Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure on Feb. 26 and 27.
Aisha Bowe has two aerospace engineering degrees, spent nearly seven years working for NASA and today is a successful tech entrepreneur. She says attending WCC was “by far the best choice I made in my career.”
Washtenaw Community College students Ahmed Ghalib and Jianing “Vivian” Wang are semifinalists for the prestigious Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship awarded by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
Versatility was on full display at the opening reception of the 2019 Student Art Show on Thursday at Washtenaw Community College. The show’s top two honors went to student artists who excelled while experimenting with mediums outside their primary focus.