DMACC, the largest undergraduate college in Iowa, has announced that Dr. Ahmed Agyeman has moved into an expanded role as the new Director of Community and Global Engagement at DMACC. Agyeman previously served as Associate Director of Program Development for the College.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and DMACC President Rob Denson stop by for a picture in front of signage at the Iowa Association of Business and Industry’s annual “Taking Care of Business” conference being held at the Hilton Coliseum and Scheman Building in Ames.
The DMACC Nursing program recently reported a record enrollment of 453 nursing students across five DMACC campuses during the Spring 2019 semester, marking a 25 percent enrollment increase over the past five years.
The Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) softball team defeated Southeastern (Neb.) Community College (SENEB) 10-0 and 10-2 May 15 at the DMACC softball diamond to win the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) District G championship and advance to the NJCAA Division II Softball Championship for the sixth consecutive season and the seventh time in the past eight seasons.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! A groundbreaking for the newKarl Chevrolet Automotive Technology Center at DMACC was held today on the DMACC Ankeny Campus to celebrate the start of construction.
On April 30, NASA will send the next shipment of supplies and equipment to the International Space Station via the SpaceX Falcon 9 CRS-17 rocket launch of a Cargo Dragon spacecraft, and an experiment utilizing algae grown in the DMACC Biotechnology Lab will be on board
DMACC President and CEO Rob Denson announced today the new “Simon Estes School of Fine Arts” at DMACC. Initial plans call for the Music and Theater Programs to be expanded and housed under the new Fine Arts School. But, eventually other programs will be added.