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"The Black Experience in Britain" Wednesday at TP/SS: Reflections from MC Study Abroad Faculty/Staff and Student Scholars

Need to Know

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Middle States Briefing Sessions

Guest Lectures

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In Our Voice: A Reading by Guest Poets with Our Own Professor Kateema Lee

MC in the News

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Montgomery College Student Featured on WJLA

Governance

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College Council Agenda for Feb. 27 Meeting

Transfer News

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Takoma Park / Silver Spring Transfer Fair Today!

Campus Sports News

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Men's Basketball Team Captures Second Straight NJCAA DIII Region XX Championship

MC Events

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Donations Needed for the Women's and Gender Studies Silent Auction

Arts at MC

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Last Week for the Open Gallery's Exhibition "Anthropogenic" by Artist Selin Balci

Community Engagement

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Tenth Annual Every Girl Can Conference Saturday, March 10 at the TP/SS Campus

MC Foundation

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Unprecedented $300,000 Available Through Montgomery College Foundation's Innovation Fund and Holy Cross Health Grants

It's Academic

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Beacon Conference Submission Deadline for Student Papers Is March 1

Accolades

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Professor Harry St. Ours Selected to Present Paper at SITE 2018 Conference

Professional Development

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A Celebration of Open Education Week, March 5-9

Student Affairs

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Screening of Eye-opening Opioid Film "Written Off" Feb. 27

March 22, Germantown Campus, STEAM Engine: Exploring the Intersections Between the Global Humanities and STEM Through Energy

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Category: It's Academic

Published: Feb 27 2018 12:00AM

Fourth Annual STEAM Event

STEAM Engine: Exploring the Intersection between Global Humanities and STEM Through Energy

Thursday, March 22, 2018, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Bioscience Education Center (BE 151), Germantown Campus

The annual STEAM event enables a much-needed collaboration between STEM fields and the Humanities. This interdisciplinary event addresses the need for this collaboration for the benefit of a substantive and deep student learning by focusing on a complex issue of global importance. The two-hour event addresses the need for interdisciplinary collaboration for the benefit of student learning and a more purposeful program of study, as outlined in the College's newly revised General Education program. Round table discussion are led by faculty from STEM and need for this collaboration for the benefit of student learning and a more purposeful program of study as outlined in the College's newly revised General Education program. Round table discussion are led by faculty from STEM and Humanities and Arts disciplines who share their own experience, pose questions, and share resources.

*Opening remarks by Dr. Sanjay Rai and Provost Margaret Latimer
*Displays of student collaborative art project on "The Supermarket," focused on products, buildings, and energy--with Alice Gadzinski, MC Resident Artist
*Excellent classroom resources provided by the Pulitzer Center, and Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities [SENCER]
*Participation by Green Campuses/Sustainability staff at MC and NOVA
*Participation by the STEM Education Student Club
*Hosting STEAM colleagues from NOVA
*Q & A and open discussion, refreshments, and time to network with colleagues

Table Topics include: Appalachian Coal; Clean Energy, the Rhetoric and the Reality; Green Colleges; Energy Use in Advanced and Emerging Economies, an Ethical Inquiry; the Relationship Between Energy, Economics, and Quality of life...

This event satisfies the MC multicultural training requirement.
Questions about this project and the Global Humanities Institute at Montgomery College? Contact Rita Kranidis, Professor of English and Director of the GHI
(rita.Kranidis@montgomerycollege.edu) or Carol Moore, co-creator of STEAM at MC
(Carol.moore@montgomerycollege.edu).

Related Media

  1. STEAMTRAIN.pdf
  2. STEM.gif


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