Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.
- “Class Notes: Students, staffers honors” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “At Kellogg Community College: Glenda Morling, a social science professor, earned a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work on the college’s service learning initiatives. KCC President Dennis Bona said at a KCC Board of Trustees meeting in February that service learning ‘is part of who we are now (as a college), and it would not be were it not for Glenda Morling.'”
- “Local sports calendar of events/local sports notices”(Battle Creek Enquirer): “The Battle Creek Central/Kellogg Community College Shootout Tournament is Saturday and Sunday, March 15-16, starting at 9 a.m. both days at both BCC and KCC. Tourney is for boys’ and girls’ teams in grades 3-6. Cost is $100 per team (three games guaranteed). To sign up or for more information, contact Kyle Klingaman at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dic Doumanian at email@example.com.”
- “T.R. Shaw: Time to create circumstances” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “With a thriving Kellogg Community College and now Miller College and Western Michigan University here, there is no reason why a leadership program can’t be started again under an academic umbrella.”
- “Peter Phelps cuts through ‘extra verbiage'” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Phelps’ resume reads like a history of Battle Creek; Kellogg Co., United Way of Battle Creek and Kellogg Community College have all had Phelps speak and write for them.”
- “Bengals Cap Off Series vs. Kellogg With 8-0 Rout”(KATC-TV 3): “The LSU Eunice baseball team wrapped up a four-game weekend sweep over visiting Kellogg Community College with an 8-0 victory on Sunday afternoon.”
- “Bengals Sweep Doubleheader at Kellogg CC, Move to 14-1”(KATC-TV 3): “The LSU Eunice baseball team took both games of its Saturday doubleheader against visiting Kellogg Community College, taking the first game 13-0 before a 2-1 win in the second contest, as the Bengals will look for a four-game weekend sweep Sunday afternoon.”
- “Report: Minimum wage not meeting basic needs: Michigan League for Public Policy releases report”(Battle Creek Enquirer): “‘With the financial aid assistance and scholarships she received, she’s able to go to Kellogg Community College,’ Tawl said.”
- “Business Notables”(Battle Creek Enquirer): “Julie Tindol has been named executive director of The First Tee of Battle Creek. … She has also worked as a consultant for The Nonprofit Alliance at Kellogg Community College.”
- “NU baseball loses opener”(Midland Daily News): “Bullock Creek alum Lars Cronkright, a transfer from Kellogg Community College, had two hits in his first game with NU, while Anthony Dipaolo scored the Timberwolves’ lone run.”
For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest press releases online at daily.kellogg.edu/category/press-releases.