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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

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WCC online learning team wins Blackboard professional development award

A three-member team from the Online Learning department at Washtenaw Community College will be honored for its innovation and excellence with a 2019 Blackboard Catalyst Award from Blackboard Inc., a leading education technology company for teaching, learning and student engagement.

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Two WCC photography students in 'new artist' program at Ann Arbor Art Fair

Two Washtenaw Community College photography students are among seven artists participating in the New Art, New Artists College Student Mentoring Program at this year’s Ann Arbor Street Art Fair.

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WCC receives grant to fund student success initiatives

TargetX awarded Washtenaw Community College with a ‘Power of X Grant’ worth $11,376 to fund student success initiatives. The award was accepted by Student Services director Laura Crane at the 2019 TargetX Summit in New Orleans on Tuesday.

The grant money will go directly to the college’s Student Emergency Fund, which is managed by the WCC Foundation.

“We’re grateful that TargetX believes in the power of our Student Emergency Fund strongly enough to make this very generous contribution,” said Associate Vice President of College Advancement Phil Snyder.

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Plasterers, masons mark second year of instructor training program at WCC

The first of three international skilled trade unions that use Washtenaw Community College as home base for summer training programs concluded its courses Friday.

Students overcome struggles to earn GED diplomas

June 20 was an evening some students doubted was in reach.

WCC recognized for promoting exercise on campus

Washtenaw Community College has received silver-level recognition for its newly launched Exercise is Medicine on Campus (EIM-OC) program. EIM-OC is a national campaign led by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) that calls upon colleges and universities to promote physical activity to faculty, staff and students.

New in Fall '19: General Studies degree meets needs of 21st century workforce

NOTE: This is the third in a three-part series on new program offerings in the Fall 2019 semester. See also: Broadcast Media Arts certificate and Web Design & Development certificates.

Student profile: Martaveius Taylor's varied areas of study have singular purpose

Officially, Martaveius Taylor is majoring in Digital Video Production at Washtenaw Community College. But beyond pursuing a particular degree, the 27-year-old is taking classes with a very specific result in mind: learning to successfully launch, promote and build a non-profit organization that will provide rent-to-own tiny homes and shipping container homes to low-income and homeless individuals.

New in Fall '19: Web Design & Development certificates

NOTE: This is the second in a three-part series on new program offerings in the Fall 2019 semester. See also: General Studies associate degreeBroadcast Media Arts certificate

New in Fall '19: Broadcast Media Arts Certificate

NOTE: This is the first in a three-part series on new program offerings in the Fall 2019 semester. See also: General Studies associate degreeWeb Design & Development certificates

WCC proposes strategic partnership to boost IT services

In June 2017, Washtenaw Community College experienced a complete information technology (IT) network outage that lasted three days. The impact on the college was significant and affected everything from new student applications and Fall semester registration to students’ ability to attend online classes and complete assignments.

Honors Convocation student speaker advises peers to step outside comfort zone

In one of her final acts as a Washtenaw Community College student, Vivian Wang encouraged her fellow high achievers to step outside their comfort zone in order to maximize their college experience.

Nursing graduates participate in traditional pinning ceremony

Family and friends of 62 Washtenaw Community College nursing program graduates filled Towsley Auditorium on Wednesday evening for the Spring Graduate Nurse Pinning Ceremony.

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