Higher Education

In The News Dr. Debra Furr-Holden is one of nine community members on a city of Flint task force to help give input from the community to law enforcement.

How Michigan moved the needle on racial disparities in COVID


Feature Story University of Michigan-Flint professor Thomas Henthorn discusses the history of Civic Park during a tour in August.
Feature Story Shiann Howard creates a poem for a young Art Walk attendee.

Using poetry to enhance Flint's magic


In The News UM-Flint banners

UM-Flint receives federal grant to boost economic development


In The News The gallery launched, Friday, May 8 with over 200 student art pieces with ceramic, photography, painting, animation, printmaking, and other artistic mediums, with Detroit-based artist Tylonn Sawyer serving as the juror of awards.

UM-Flint launches virtual exhibit for student artists


In The News 100 years after being founded, this original building remains the main academic building at Kettering University.
In The News Over 1,000 people attended Bernie Sanders’ town hall on racial and economic injustice within Ballenger Field House, Saturday, March 7.
In The News Chancellor Debasish Dutta presents UM-Flint’s Project 2020 action plan to a crowd.

"I see potential and possibility everywhere"


In The News Flint community leaders dig into the ceremonial plot of dirt to the usher in the construction of Kettering University's Learning Commons.
In The News The $2,500 grant will help Kettering reach more kids of all ages who want to explore their passion for STEM.

Kettering opens registration for STEM summer programs


Feature Story  Mott coach Steve Schmidt and assistant Kevin Tiggs watch a scrimmage during a Mott basketball practice in December.
In The News Sally Shaheen-Joseph, a two-term Mott Community College trustee, was recognized among seven co-nominees in a ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Factory One,

Mott Community College trustee awarded 2019 Sybyl Award


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