Technology and Innovation

In The News Bridge Over Troubled Water looks to raise $21.6 million to supply every Flint household with 40 gallons of water every week.

Joy Tabernacle Church home to new water delivery effort


In The News Michigan Humanities announced Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha's book "What the Eyes Don't See" is this year's Great Michigan Read
In The News A student learns welding at the Genesee Intermediate School District.

Career fair focusing on construction trades today at GISD


In The News Mott Community College's 2019 Culinary Knowledge Bowl team (left to right): Chef Mark Handy, Martina LaNoue, Jennifer Stock, Kinleigh Jaehnig, Jessalyn Taylor, Dawn Neusbaum, and Lata VonBrockdorff.

Mott culinary students take honors in Knowledge Bowl


In The News Ten-year-old innovator Jenna Swales of Dieck Elementary took inspiration from seeing a need to filter water at home and at school, creating an adjustable, adaptable filter for the Young Innovators Fair at Kettering University.
In The News While it maybe the most adorable reading program you’ll ever see, Tell-A-Tail also is effective. Flint Public Library will host additional Tell-A-Tail events July 8, 15, and 22.
In The News Ferris Wheel

Michigan's 'Clean Slate' initiative looks to Flint for support


In The News De’Air Amad Lewis-Culbreath founded DeeLux.Styles less than four months ago, but already has appeared in at least eight fashion shows.
In The News Otrude Moyo

UM-Flint professor awarded Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship


In The News Career and Technical Education is being celebrated nationwide in February.

Women in Technology Day planned at Mott Community College


In The News Marjory Raymer serves as Flintside publisher and managing editor

Flintside editor named ivoh Restorative Journalism fellow


In The News black history month gdl
In The News Kettering University hosted the first ever collegiate FIRST Robotics competition on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019.

Kettering hosts first-ever FIRST Robotics collegiate competition


Feature Story Meleah Denson credits UM-Flint with giving her the support she needed to start a new career in nursing after her sister's death.

Tragedy helps UM-Flint graduate find new passion, career


In The News Through partnerships with businesses in Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, and Ingham counties, Workforce Development helps graduates get jobs to put their skills to work.
In The News Funding is available to help Flint residents replace their water heaters.

Funding available to help Flint residents replace water heaters


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