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Change Ups: Aquinas taps Covert for VP advancement role

October 11, 2019
Gina Covert is Aquinas College’s new vice president for advancement. Covert will provide leadership for the college’s fundraising strategies and capital campaigns, will direct the growth of the college’s endowment, and will oversee planned giving, stewardship, alumni engagement and grant administration. Read More

College hires VP for advancement

October 9, 2019
A local college has named a new fundraising executive. Read More

Change Ups: Wierich appointed to separate art positions

August 2, 2019
Jochen Wierich, who most recently served as senior lecturer of art history at Vanderbilt University, was appointed as Aquinas College’s Lena E. S. Meijer professor in art history. Read More

Change Ups: AQ taps Craig as VP for enrollment management

June 21, 2019
Aquinas College tapped Syracuse, New York, native Erin Craig as its vice president for enrollment management. Read More

Aquinas may turn to goats to curb invasive species on campus

But first, city must relax rules on farm animals allowed in urban settings.

April 19, 2019
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Aquinas College soon may have goats on campus. Read More

Aquinas, WMU partner on master’s program

New agreement allows chemistry and industrial engineering students to earn bachelor’s and master’s in five years.

February 22, 2019
Students in two bachelor’s programs at Aquinas College now can earn subsequent master’s degrees from Western Michigan University in one year. Read More

College forming esports team

February 22, 2019
Another West Michigan college plans to launch an esports program. Read More

Inside Track: Baumgartner is a lifelong caretaker

Mercy Health Saint Mary’s chief medical officer started 46-year hospital career at 16.

September 14, 2018
Mercy Health Saint Mary’s chief medical officer has spent his entire 46-year career at the hospital, starting with his very first job mopping floors. Read More

Letter: Pay more attention to early learners

August 31, 2018
Editor: As an educator with more than 25 years in public school teaching and administration, your recent editorial (“Thinking outside the box is essential to solving worker shortage,” Aug. 20) gave me pause. Read More

College hires business department chair

July 9, 2018
A local college has a new business department chair. Read More