WCC dean on Crain’s ‘40 Under 40’ list Brandon Tucker, Dean of Advanced Manufacturing & Public Service Careers at Wash-tenaw Community College, was selected to Crain’s Detroit Business’ prestigious “40 Under 40” list released in early October. This is the 26th year the magazine has honored 40 metro Detroit professionals who have made their marks …
America needs more people in the skilled trades. That was the simple but powerful message delivered by U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta addressing the opening session at the Building and Construction Trades Apprenticeship Training Conference at Washtenaw Community College on October 4.
Washtenaw Community College changed the general education requirements of its associate degree programs to better align the college with the requirements of the Michigan Transfer Agreement.
The recently purchased Laerdal SimMan 3G isn’t the only human patient simulator that students in WCC’s Nursing and Health Sciences programs work with, but it is the most technologically advanced. And advanced robots just like it are changing the face of healthcare education.
When the UA members who earned an Associate of Applied Science degree stood and moved their tassels to the left side of their cap, the WCC’s alumni base expanded with new members from San Francisco to Juneau, Alaska, to Shreveport, Louisiana, and beyond.