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The First 100 Days: Esteemed Panel Discusses Trump Administration, April 21 at the Rockville Campus

Need to Know

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Ms. Surayya Johnson Appointed Adult Student Services Program Manager

Governance

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Elections Results Posted Online

From the Board of Trustees

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Board of Trustees Public Meeting Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Transfer News

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Final Days to Register for the Transfer Ambassador Training

HRSTM

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Arab American Heritage Month

MC Events

Guest Lectures

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Writers Meghan Kenny and Marian Crotty to Visit Rockville Campus

Professional Development

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

Student Affairs

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April 17: Learn About Transgender Inclusion on Campus Including Restroom Issues

It's Academic

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The April 10 Edition of the Curriculum Newsletter Is Available Online

Campus Sports News

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

Other

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Political Science Class Visits Courts of Appeals in Annapolis

Commencement Update

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Volunteers Needed for May 19 Commencement - 70th Anniversary

Accolades

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MC Faculty and Staff Present at the League for Innovations in the Community College Conference

Humanities Students' Cherry Blossom Conference, April 21

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Category: MC Events

Published: Apr 14 2017 12:00AM

The second annual Humanities Students' Conference will take place Friday, April 21 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Theater Arts Arena on the Rockville Campus. Selected students will present essays covering a wide range of humanities disciplines and topics. We will serve a light lunch, and students will be able to talk to a variety of representatives from different humanities disciplines and programs during the lunch break.

We will also feature this year a keynote address by Dr. Marcia Chatelain, professor history and African American studies at Georgetown University.

Please join us for intellectual stimulation and celebration of the humanities disciplines and our great students!

The event is free and open to all.

Related Media

  1. Humanities Conference Flier 2017.pdf
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