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Tuesday, October 24


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Have You Filled Out the Equity and Inclusion Survey?

Need to Know

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New Content on the .edu Website

Guest Lectures

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Artemis Herber and Michelle Dickson to Give Artists Talk Thursday Starting at 5 p.m.

Office of the Ombuds

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Ombuds Fourth Annual Report and Data Summary Report Have Been Published


Workforce Development

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Colloquium: Working with Individuals with Mental Health and/or Substance Use Disorders, Oct. 27

Campus Sports News

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Raptors Men's Soccer Ends Three-game Slide, Tops Anne Arundel CC

College/Campus News

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MC's Robin Cook Serves as Panelist at Maryland Research and Education Network 2nd Annual Symposium

MC Events

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The Reginald Cyntje Group In Concert This Wednesday Evening in the Music Building Recital Hall

Arts at MC

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New Art Exhibit in the King Street Gallery "Shifting Identities/Humanity and Nature" Works By Artemis Herber and Michelle Dickson

Community Engagement

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Events In Commemoration of Native American Heritage Month at Montgomery College

It's Academic

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Writing Tutor and Librarian Lead Academic Research Workshop on Saturday, Oct. 28 (GT)

Library News

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Reminder: Libraries' Survey Open Until November 5

Professional Development

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MC's Michele Knight and Dr. Carrie Fitzgerald Win DOER Fellowship Grant

Student Affairs

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Mental Health Fair, 10/31



One More Opportunity: How Will the Math Restructure Affect You?

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Category: Need to Know

Published: Oct 24 2017 12:00AM

The Math and Statistics Department is working on a new co-requisite model of developmental math education. In the new approach, eligible students will spend at most one semester in a developmental math class. Two of our college level classes-MATH 110 and MATH 117-would have sections requiring students to do extra class time where they are remediated in a "just in time" fashion. This is similar to what we already do in MATH 115A and 117A; the primary difference is that the developmental content is integrated throughout the semester and carefully aligned with the specific skills required to be successful in the course.

These changes will affect all programs at the College. Please join us at an information session to learn more about these impacts on both course sequence and advising before this goes to the College-wide Curriculum Committee:

Rockville: Wednesday, October 25, 2-3:30 PM, GU 222-224

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