HFC Employee News
Engineering or opera? Choosing between two talents
Romanian native and HFC alumnus Sebastian Catana’s talents led to multiple paths. Engineering came first. But in the end, his dream of becoming an opera singer prevailed.
Screening requirements to come on campus for classes this summer
A limited number of students and faculty return in July to resume face-to-face classes that could not be offered online and had to be postponed in Winter 2020. Here is what to do and what to expect.
HFC Analyst Eileen Brennan addresses pandemic’s effects on higher ed
Brennan's article for the Institute for Effectiveness in Higher Education discusses higher education in the wake of the pandemic, including responsibilities, accountability, and offerings.
Remembering Bridget Pizzino
President Kavalhuna and colleagues share their remembrances of Bridget Pizzino.
Mike Daher remembrances, by the HFC community
Mike Daher spent nearly 40 years teaching generations of HFC students as an English professor and director of the Honors Program. He is warmly remembered by the HFC community.
In early July, the College will resume teaching the Winter 2020 classes that had to be postponed because they could not be moved online. President Kavalhuna describes the College's safety measures and emphasizes teamwork to keep everyone safe.
Computer Science instructor will help grow the field via new state post
Jason Canfield has been elected to a state board that helps advance computer science in the classroom and the workforce.
Independence Day 2020
President Kavalhuna shares his reflections on the meaning of Independence Day at this time in our nation's history.
HFC named Gold-Level Veteran-Friendly School three years in a row
For the third consecutive year, HFC has been named a Gold-Level Veteran-Friendly School.
Hassan Hammoud wins nursing scholarship from Rotary Club
Nursing student wins scholarship from Rotary Club of Dearborn to help him complete his studies at HFC. He plans to earn an advanced degree and return to teach in the future.
Postponed Winter 2020 classes have re-started
HFC students and faculty whose Winter 2020 classes had to be postponed resumed their classes on July 7. Enhanced safety measures are in place.
HFC’s Writing Center provides eTutoring and appointments all summer
Online appointments and eTutoring are available through the Summer semester at the Writing Center. We will be open this fall, too.
The President's Town Hall: A Path Forward in a World of Injustice video is now online. It runs 1 hour, 39 minutes.
Good news and good deeds: Henry Ford College coronavirus response
Members of the HFC community are doing life-saving, meaningful, and supportive work in many ways during the coronavirus. We share some of those stories with you here.
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