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Grand Rapids Community College HVAC students completed the installation and startup of three supermarket display cases.

Grand Rapids Community College HVAC students completed the installation and startup of three supermarket display cases.

Grand Rapids Community College students in an Elementary Games & Rhythms class work with Laboratory Preschool kids on balance skills.

Exercise science students help preschoolers with balance skills

Grand Rapids Community College students in an Elementary Games & Rhythms class work with Laboratory Preschool kids on balance skills.

Kerry Prior leads a session of the “Love, Loss, Violence & Forgiveness” student conference, organized by Grand Rapids Community College's psychology department.

Kerry Prior leads a session of the “Love, Loss, Violence & Forgiveness” student conference, organized by Grand Rapids Community College's psychology department.

More than 150 people attended a reception for Grand Rapids Community College photo students’ exhibition.

Photos from reception for student art exhibit

More than 150 people attended a reception for Grand Rapids Community College photo students’ exhibition.

After a physics student was given some bad information at her food service job, Grand Rapids Community College physics instructor Randy Creswell teamed up with chef Bill Jacoby to show his class the truth about heat transfer and heat loss. The physics students had to measure how -- and figure out why -- egg meringue acts as such a good insulator to protect frozen ice cream while baking.

After a physics student was given some bad information at her food service job, Grand Rapids Community College physics instructor Randy Creswell teamed up with chef Bill Jacoby to show his class the truth about heat transfer and heat loss. The physics students had to measure how -- and figure out why -- egg meringue acts as such a good insulator to protect frozen ice cream while baking.

Grand Rapids Community College celebrates the students who completed the 2013-2014 honors program. https://www.grcc.edu/departmentofexperientiallearning/introductiontothehonorsprogram

Grand Rapids Community College celebrates the students who completed the 2013-2014 honors program. https://www.grcc.edu/departmentofexperientiallearning/introductiontothehonorsprogram

First place in Grand Rapids Community College's Armen Awards went to Sarah Krajewski and students in her Biology 101 for Elementary Educators class. The GRCC students created lesson plans for early elementary and middle school children.

First place in Grand Rapids Community College's Armen Awards went to Sarah Krajewski and students in her Biology 101 for Elementary Educators class. The GRCC students created lesson plans for early elementary and middle school children.

Students in Grand Rapids Community College's Occupational Therapy Assistant program visited students in the Radiologic Technology program to advise them how to pack and carry their backpacks to prevent strain and injury.

OTA students share injury-prevention lessons with campus

Students in Grand Rapids Community College's Occupational Therapy Assistant program visited students in the Radiologic Technology program to advise them how to pack and carry their backpacks to prevent strain and injury.

Scholarship “owners” got to meet scholarship recipients during the Grand Rapids Community College Foundation’s Creating Connections breakfast.

Students Blake Marvin, Yolanda Ramirez speak at scholarship event

Scholarship “owners” got to meet scholarship recipients during the Grand Rapids Community College Foundation’s Creating Connections breakfast.

GRCC recently hosted an information session on its Fast Track program. The free Fast Track program is targeted to incoming students who have academic potential but need further instruction in reading, writing and math to be college-ready. The intensive, three-week program strengthens their skills so they can bypass remedial courses and be ready to start regular college courses in the fall.

GRCC recently hosted an information session on its Fast Track program. The free Fast Track program is targeted to incoming students who have academic potential but need further instruction in reading, writing and math to be college-ready. The intensive, three-week program strengthens their skills so they can bypass remedial courses and be ready to start regular college courses in the fall.

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