The 88-year-old Dingell entered the U.S. House at age 29 when he won a special election after the death of his father, U.S. Rep. John Dingell Sr. The elder Dingell took the seat in 1933.
It doesn’t look like Michael Jordan and the President of the United States will be golfing together anytime soon.
Vowing to root out ISIS forces, President Obama promised to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State group that has forcibly taken control of large swaths of Iraq and Syria.
Former President Bill Clinton is slated to speak Saturday night during a fundraising event for the Michigan Democratic Party.
It will be Obama’s third trip to Ann Arbor since being elected president.
Today POTUS did his annual NCAA bracket, and if I didn’t already know it, here’s confirmation that he is a smart, smart man.
The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions, and organizations.
Pryor Knowledge Systems announced Friday that its president and CEO, Roger W. Pryor, has written a book for engineers and scientists entitled “RF Module: The Three-Stub Tuner.”
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
RICH WEST is founder and president of West Labs Scientific in Kalamazoo. Located at the Southwest Michigan Innovation Center, West Labs Scientific performs cellular analysis for biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, as well as for research and academic institutions. A rapidly growing startup, the firm has expanded to add additional services, including flow cytometry, cellular analysis and imaging, veterinary hematology, and blood chemistry. In addition to developing West Labs Scientific, West has built relationships with Michigan colleges and universities and has served as a guest lecturer and host for interns from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences’ Bridges to Baccalaureate program, the Michigan Shifting Gears program, and the Professional Science Master’s program at Grand Valley State University. He visits middle and high schools throughout West Michigan, bringing a message that inspires and promotes careers in science. West’s early career was spent working in clinical flow cytometry at Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids. He then created and developed the stem cell engineering lab for the pediatric blood and bone marrow transplant team of De Vos Children’s Hospital, and fostered strong ties between the hospital, Michigan Community Blood Centers, and Calvin College. West then built and developed the flow cytometry core facility at the Van Andel Institute before becoming an entrepreneur. West is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists with his qualification in flow cytometry. He serves on the board of the Coopersville Area Public Schools and the Michigan Association of School Boards. West received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology from Central Michigan University. More at http://www.ltu.edu/leaders.