Items Tagged with 'Aquinas College'

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Faith-based colleges share 2015 economic forecasts

Economists from Aquinas, Calvin, Cornerstone and Hope take a shot at it.

November 14, 2014
Only time will tell — about a year, actually — if there was a slam-dunk victory at the Economic Symposium: State of the Economy & Outlook for 2015 held at Aquinas College. Read More

College receives $2.5M grant for 'first-ever' program

November 13, 2014
A college has been charged with creating a "first-ever" academic program with a $2.5-million grant from a local foundation. Read More

College steps into $7M athletic building

October 24, 2014
A college is preparing to unveil the roughly $7-million athletic building it began constructing last fall. Read More

Aquinas students teach Clark residents how to use social media

Service project unites students with local retirement community.

September 12, 2014
Tech-savvy Aquinas College students are volunteering to help seniors learn how to communicate in real-time with family members and friends. Read More

Change Ups: Aquinas history professor elected to higher-ed board

August 15, 2014
Dr. John C. Pinheiro, professor of history and director of Catholic studies at Aquinas College, has been elected to a four-year term on the National Network Board of the Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts. Read More

College shares service learning with Hong Kong delegation

June 4, 2014
A college is sharing its best practices and knowledge on implementing service learning into coursework with a delegation from a Hong Kong university. Read More

Aquinas College focuses on zero-waste commitment

Students have moved up the zero-waste goal attainment deadline of 2020 to this year.

May 2, 2014
You won’t find trashcans in any of the classrooms on the campus of Aquinas College. Read More

Local First overhauls sustainability conference

April 15, 2014
Local First is changing the format of its annual sustainability conference. Read More

Michigan triples wind power capacity

The head of the American Wind Energy Association will speak at Aquinas.

April 11, 2014
Michigan is “a wonderful case study” of many of the challenges and opportunities facing wind-generated electricity throughout the U.S., according to Tom Kiernan. Read More

Inside Track: Helping kids with disabilities gain control of their lives

Andrea Benyovszky, a special needs teacher from Hungary, works to expand conductive education in the United States.

March 28, 2014
The accent is what most people notice first about Andrea Benyovszky. Read More