KCC in the news: Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Blaze the mascot reads a recent edition of the Bruin student newspaper.

Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.

  • “Dozens of emergency responders participate in plane crash drill at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Airport” (Times Leader, May 17): “The airport rented a 50-foot-long Mobile Aircraft Fire Training Simulator from Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan, that produces synthetic smoke and propane-fueled flames both from the simulator and from metal tubes placed on the ground nearby to simulate fuel spills.”
  • “KCC’s mission, tradition can, should transcend differences” (Battle Creek Enquirer, May 21): “Kellogg Community College was founded 58 years ago to offer students accessible, high-quality education that enriches our community and the lives of individual learners. We, the employees of KCC, are proud of that honorable, altruistic tradition and even prouder that it remains the bedrock of everything we do at the College.”
  • “Battle Creek woman looks to restart photo project” (The Washington Times, May 25): “So she enrolled in photography classes at Kellogg Community College and she’s been taking classes ever since.”
  • “Shakeup coming in workforce development: CISD backs out of administration, regionalization could shift partners” (Battle Creek Enquirer, May 25): “‘This did kind of come as a shock to us,’ Kellogg Community College President Dennis Bona told his Board of Trustees Wednesday. ‘But there is a bigger movement afoot that is going to push everything into regionalization.'”
  • “‘Art is Experimentation'” (Grand Traverse Insider, May 26): “O’Mara, who teaches Art Appreciation at Kellogg Community College, grew up on a west Michigan farm.”

For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest news releases online at https://daily.kellogg.edu/category/news-releases.