Press Releases

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.

ACEN accredits SMC nursing program

“ACEN requires three years of data to make sure a program meets the gold standard in the nursing world,” Nursing and Health Services Dean Rebecca Jellison said. “It focuses on continuous improvement.”

SMC sweeps state criminal justice contest third time

“We’ve been blessed to have the cooperation of the local law-enforcement community, as well as the prosecutor,” who put “CJ” to work in 2016 on “Seeking Justice,” helping resolve cold-case homicides, Ricker said.

Business partners met at SMC

“SMC is such a great college,” Dickman-Lopez said. “SMC encourages people to stretch outside their comfort zones and really grow. It was always my dream to go to SMC” since spelling bees and Young Authors events.

Mikayla King's film wins award

She submitted photography, typography, two-dimensional and drawing projects for the student art exhibit April 18-27 in room 108 of the Dale A. Lyons Building on the Dowagiac campus.

SMC offering Potawatomi language classes

Only a handful of fluent Potawatomi first-language speakers who learned it as children within their families remain. Their average age is 80 and they belong to the Forest County, Wis., community.

MSU honors Dr. Topping

“My three weeks of corn detasseling in 1976 have finally paid off!” Topping laughed.

SMC hosts region's writing centers

Southwestern Michigan College was the first community college to host East Central Writing Centers Association (ECWCA) in 17 years.