Letter from the Delta College Foundation Chair
A word from Herb Spence, III, Chair of the Delta College Foundation Board of Directors.
Foundation welcomes new directors
The Delta College Foundation Board of Directors recently welcomed five new members who have joined for three-year terms through 2025.
A Chocolate Affair 2021
On November 4 at the HORIZONS Conference Center in Saginaw, A Chocolate Affair 2021 was back in full swing. More than 500 tickets were sold for the annual fundraiser, which raised $77,006 for the Possible Dream program.
Supporting students in Saginaw
A new scholarship honoring alumnus Ted Robinson will be awarded annually to residents of Saginaw County, with a preference given to graduates of Saginaw High School, who are attending Delta for business or social sciences.
Fostering her future
Tierra Weston is the first recipient of the Kimberly R. Houston Leadership and Service-Learning Endowment, which imparts the importance of civic engagement.
From total chaos to better health:
Nursing student focuses on mental health field
Kerstin Staffne, a full-time corrections officer in Bay County and a full-time student in the clinical portion of her nursing program, is grateful to Delta College and its faculty for helping fulfill her career dream.
Delta College of Tomorrow: New era begins with inauguration of fifth president
An inauguration ceremony to install Dr. Michael H. Gavin as Delta College’s fifth president was held in March.
Pioneer pride: Alumnus named MLive news leader
Delta College alumnus and longtime MLive reporter Bob Johnson was named news leader for The Saginaw News and The Bay City Times.
Back on the road: STEM Explorer now visiting area schools
After a brief hiatus due to the pandemic,
Delta College’s STEM Explorer is back on the
road visiting schools throughout the Great
Lakes Bay Region.
Delta College partners in
STEM Learning Ecosystems
Delta College is set to host the STEM Learning Ecosystems, an international business and talent collaborative made up of 100 STEM Ecosystems from around the world, including the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Embracing change: Dow CEO emeritus, area teachers discuss education
Last fall, retired Dow chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris led a discussion with alumni of the Dow Innovation Teacher Fellowship, a program that supports K-12 teachers with designing sustainability-focused units.