Washtenaw Community College secured its position as a key player in the future of transportation as a result of a recent grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The DOT grant names the University of Michigan as lead institution in a new $2.47 million center that will explore how communities can make the transition to …
Michigan governor Rick Snyder visits WCC’s exhibit at NAIAS, praises college during his State of the State address
Nursing major Mariem Moussawi considers herself lucky to be able to get to know her peers on a level many do not. As a Student Ambassador at Washtenaw Community College, Moussawi crosses paths with many WCC students before they sign up for their first class or line up to purchase their first textbook.
The 2017 Mardi Gras annual gala and fundraiser, hosted by the Washtenaw Community College Foundation, carried a tantalizing theme — the Wizard of Oz. A yellow brick road wound through the Morris Lawrence Building to symbolize the sense of home experienced by so many students who have passed, and continue to pass, through WCC’s doors.
Career opportunities in the field of 3-D animation are growing and so is the 3-D Animation program at Washtenaw Community College. Thirteen years ago, there were 16 students enrolled in the program. This year, more than 70. At the center of it all is Digital Media Arts instructor Randy Van Wagnen.
“Life in HR is different every day,” said Human Resources manager and Washtenaw Community College alumna Barb Brown. “There’s never a dull moment.” After working 15-plus years in Human Resources, Brown has seen and heard it all at IHA Internal Medicine–Domino’s Farms. It can be something as simple as determining an employee’s start date or …
When you think of a badge, chances are you’ll imagine an embroidered symbol of achievement attached to a uniform or sewn to a sash. But this is 2017, and advancements in technology beg for a digital version of the traditional badge, combining the historic symbolism of achievement with the modern benefit of online representation.
The four walls of Washtenaw Community College’s Towsley Auditorium couldn’t contain the pride and emotion from families and friends as they watched loved ones walk across the stage to receive their GED certificates.
It was a joyous day of celebration at the Winter Honors Convocation as more than 148 full and part-time Washtenaw Community College students were recognized for academic excellence.
Washtenaw Community College’s fourth Free College Day was a resounding success with more than 300 community members enjoying a wide array of classes and hands-on workshops taught by WCC faculty and community enrichment instructors. Above, Faculty Chef Derek Anders Jr. demonstrates how to make pasta in a class titled, “Exploration of Fresh Pasta.” Below, faculty …