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Wednesday, November 29

Features

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THIS MORNING: Dean for the Visual, Performing, and Media Arts Open Forum - Candidate #1

Need to Know

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MEMO: Delayed Opening or Closure of College Facilities for Emergency Situations and Inclement Weather Events

Office of the Ombuds

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Dr. Pollard Adopts Ombuds FY17 Recommendations

Compliance Office

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Ethics Focus Groups to Be Held in December

Guest Lectures

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"The Yanks Are Coming!": U.S. Enters World War I, Talk by Dr. Andrew Nolan on Nov. 29

In Memoriam

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Remembrance Event for Sarah Fisher, Dec. 19

From Public Safety

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Montgomery County Smoke Alarm Program Offers Free Home Safety Inspections

HRSTM

Wellness News

Campus Sports News

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Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night at MC's Basketball Doubleheader Wednesday

MC Events

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FRIDAY: WKYS Radio Will Broadcast Live From the TP/SS Campus for World AIDS Day

Arts at MC

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First Ever Community Arts Performance Showcase

It's Academic

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Global Justice Fund Student Scholarships Available

Professional Development

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MC Learns is Holding Two Sessions of Safe Zone Training - Nov. 17 and Dec. 1

Student Affairs

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IMPACT MC Applications Are Due Dec. 8

Employee Extras

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Kiwanis Club of Rockville Annual Pancake and Sausage Breakfast, Dec 2. at the Rockville Campus

Accolades

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Dr. Kristin Jenkins, PT Faculty, Recognized as AAAS Fellow

Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia Lecture with Manny (Emmanuel) Mandel, Dec. 5 at Noon

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Category: Guest Lectures

Published: Nov 29 2017 12:00AM

The Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia Speaker Series presents the Third Annual Bella Mischkinsky Memorial Lecture delivered by Holocaust survivor Manny (Emmanuel) Mandel.

Please join us for Mr. Mandel's talk entitled, "The Holocaust and the Danger of Not Learning from History." Mr. Mandel will discuss his experiences in Hungary during World War II and the German occupation. In Nazi-occupied Hungary, his family became part of a negotiated swap of people for goods and promised exit to Switzerland. Instead, he and his mother were diverted to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where they spent six months. His father was compelled to join a Hungarian forced labor brigade.

A reception will follow.

Tuesday, December 5 at Noon
Bioscience Education Center (BE), 151

This event meets the multicultural diversity requirement for staff and faculty.

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