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MC 70 Campaign: Celebrate 70 Years of Montgomery College By Impacting the Lives of Students

Need to Know

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Ms. Surayya Johnson Appointed Adult Student Services Program Manager

Guest Lectures

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Writers Meghan Kenny and Marian Crotty to Visit Rockville Campus


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What Is It Like to Serve in Governance? An Interview with Laurie Williams

From the Board of Trustees

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Board of Trustees Public Meeting Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Transfer News

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USG Open House, April 22 Beginning at 8:30 a.m.

Campus Sports News

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70 Players for 70 Years! MC Baseball Alumni Day is April 22!


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Spring Edition of the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System Newsletter!

College/Campus News

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Register Now for Summer STEM Program at CEE

MC Events

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Humanities Students' Cherry Blossom Conference, April 21

Arts at MC

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WILLPOWER! Shakespeare Festival April 12-20

It's Academic

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Montgomery County's Transformation in the 21st Century - Business, Community, and Diversity--with Journalist Steve Roberts

Commencement Update

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Volunteers Needed for May 19 Commencement - 70th Anniversary

Professional Development

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ELITE Workshop: R You Ready? An Introduction to R Statistical Software

Student Affairs

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Apil 13: Songwriters Against Sexual Assault


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Food Truck Bonanza at All Three Campuses!

Planetarium Show April 15: Quantum Gravity, or how c, G, and h Create the Fabric of Reality

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Category: MC Events

Published: Apr 13 2017 12:00AM

In the planetarium at Montgomery College the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus on Saturday April 15 at 7 p.m. the speed of causality, c, the speed of light; G, the Newtonian gravitational constant; and h, Planck's constant will be used to explain the smallest distances, shortest times, and smallest clock masses. This planetarium program, unlike most, requires that the audience knows some algebra, and how to multiple powers of ten. It will put you near the forefront of quantum gravitational physics. Salvador Dali images of "Persistence of Memory" and his "Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory" will be used and physics will be inserted. Free and open to the public.

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