SMC interns restructure IT Service Catalog
"This project was an opportunity for us to create a single landing page in which students, faculty and staff have access to all of the services and electronic communications resources available to them through SMC.”
New HR director traveled “long, winding path” to SMC
Hess’ wide-ranging background includes being born in Germany while her father was stationed with the military, growing up in Philadelphia (“the village of brotherly love”) in upstate New York, working in HR amidst the scenic splendor of Grand Teton National Park and living seven months in New Zealand. During college she studied abroad in Spain, visiting the house where she spent the first two years of her life and their former German neighbors.
Welding students craft kayak rack for veterans
“We haven’t had anything this cool to spend the grant on in a long time,” said Elk Stoney Summey, director and veteran service officer of the St. Joseph County Veterans’ Affairs office, who connected the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs with Miles, who is also a veteran.
Male breast-cancer survivor speaking at July 28 Steve's Run
Sledge was particularly blindsided because his father had it twice and underwent a double mastectomy unbeknownst to him. His paternal grandmother also had breast cancer, so “I’m cautious and concerned about my own sons, making certain they get tested. They’re both in their mid-30s, so it’s time for them to start discussing it with their doctors.”
SMC Trustees recognize President Mathews
“During his time as President, Dr. Mathews has secured $12.85 million in State funding for SMC Building Projects that provide students with the best possible learning environments.”