Press Releases

Girls exposed to male-dominated fields

These male-dominated fields pioneers shared their stories at SMC’s “Girls Can Day” April 21, where 250 Hartford, Dowagiac, Marcellus, Cassopolis and Niles Brandywine seventh and eighth graders learned about careers in information technology, mechatronics, automotive technology, business, marketing and graphic design.

120 outstanding graduates hear alumnus Travis Eull

President Dr. David Mathews introduced Travis Eull, law firm administrator for May Oberfell Lorber in Mishawaka, Ind., and a member of SMC’s accounting advisory board.

Landlords honor Lawson with $7,500 endowment

Mr. Lawson, who retired from Ameriwood in Dowagiac, worked as a National Standard draftsman for 22 years. Mr. Lawson’s interest in real estate became a hobby which eventually turned into a business owning 40 rental houses.

Full-service open house Saturday

All services will be open so you can resolve all college-related business in one convenient trip to campus.

White marks 25 years on board

“He’s one of the wisest people I’ve ever known,” Chairman Thomas F. Jerdon said.

SMC chemists present in San Francisco

“The American Chemical Society is the chemistry organization in the United States and, arguably, the world,” Schauer said. “These guys stood toe to toe with Ph.D. chemists and graduate students and showed off work they are doing in our laboratories. They made me pretty proud in the process.”

‘Counterpoints’ spring choral concert Friday at Mathews East

Carew conducts Concert Choir, Select Voices and the Jazz Ensemble at Mathews Conference Center East on SMC’s Dowagiac campus.