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Chanel Stitt

Detroit Free Press business reporter Chanel Stitt, a WCC alumna, is Free College Week closing speaker

Rich Rezler - April 05, 2021

Detroit Free Press business reporter Chanel Stitt, a WCC alumna, is the closing speaker for WCC's Free College Week on April 12-19.

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tags: Alumni Profile, Free College Week, Journalism

My Favorite Pants

WCC 2021 Student Art Show winners announced

Rich Rezler - March 30, 2021

Alexandrea Capatina is the first-place winner for her film photograph, but she prefers her art a little larger — like performing custom fabrication on an automobile.

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tags: Fine Arts, Awards, Student Art Show, Digital Media Arts

Job growth in Washtenaw County

Forecast: Washtenaw County should recover quickly from recession, but disparity may widen

Rich Rezler - March 27, 2021

University of Michigan economists Donald Grimes and Gabriel Ehrlich presented the Economic Outlook for Washtenaw County to the Washtenaw Economic Club.

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tags: Washtenaw Economic Club, Workforce Training, Economic Outlook

Trees on campus

WCC earns Tree Campus Higher Education recognition for fifth straight year

Rich Rezler - March 24, 2021

WCC has been honored by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.

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tags: Facilities Management, Tree Campus Higher Education, Awards, Tree Campus USA

Forgotten Women Composers

Women's History Month: WCC art student creates her own recognition of women composers

Rich Rezler - March 22, 2021

It wasn’t her intention at the time, but when recent WCC graduate Alexis Benson walked into a local thrift store looking for inspiration for an art class assignment, she was embarking on an adventure that’s perfect for sharing during Women’s History Month.

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tags: Fine Arts, Student Success, Women's History Month

Career Fair logo

WCC hosting 2021 Spring Virtual Career Fair on April 9

Rich Rezler - March 18, 2021

Annual event is free, open to the public and will include employers looking to immediately fill current job opportunities.

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tags: Career Transitions, Career Fair

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WCC designated a Voter Friendly Campus

WCC Communications - March 11, 2021

WCC is one of over 231 campuses in 37 states and the District of Columbia designated as a “Voter Friendly Campus” by two national nonpartisan organizations.

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tags: Awards, Vote

Scholarship semifinalists

3 WCC students are semifinalists for Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship

Rich Rezler - March 10, 2021

Umang Bhojani, Jesse Bishop and Abdul Kizito are on the 2021 semifinalist list, selected from a pool of more than 1,500 applicants attending 398 community colleges.

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tags: Scholarships, Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, Student Success, Transfer, STEM Scholars Program

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Mark of quality: WCC earns accreditor's seal of approval

Rich Rezler - March 04, 2021

The Higher Learning Commission, one of the nation’s six regional accreditors for institutions of higher education, has continued WCC’s accreditation through 2029-30.

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tags: On The Record, Accreditation, February 2021

William Glover

Never too late: William Glover finds path to rewarding career at WCC

WCC - March 04, 2021

William Glover is an award-winning television producer, but the journey to a full-time job in a profession he loves wasn’t easy.

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tags: Student Success, Alumni Profile, On The Record, Digital Video Production, February 2021