May 2013
LITTLE HOUSE SLEUTH
Med student turns time traveler to unravel a popular medical mystery.
FULL-CONTACT SCIENCE
Chemistry professor Regina Stevens-Truss HOPES to pair researchers and K-12 teachers. After all, science is a contact sport.
GREAT LAKES JUSTICE
Three generations, three K students, one shared purpose: preserve the Great Lakes!
SERVANT LEADER
Football and baseball recruit (whose heroes include W.E. Upjohn and Mahatma Gandhi) never saw himself as the longtime Kalamazoo resident he's become.
THE K IN JUSTICE'S DNA
Judge Ann Blatchford '82 helped create the City of Kalamazoo's Young Adult Diversion Program.
GUILDS GROWTH
Program expands to 7 and 1700 - as in the number of Guilds and of Guilds members. More growth is on the way.
INTO THE CIRCLE
Mike DeWaele '97 helps people help themselves join a circle where no one is left out.
AHEAD OF HIS TIME
John Grandin '63 (or '62, depending how you look at it) helped build a forward-thinking program with roots in his study abroad experience.
HUMANITIES FOR EVERYBODY
Matt Lager '92 created a program to share the arts and humanities with everyone.