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TP/SS Student Spotlight: Adela Lungu

Need to Know

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fellowship

Guest Lectures

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Dr. Rafael Lara-Martinez Lectures About the Salvadoran Indigenous Language and Culture of the Nahuat-Pipil, Nov. 9 at TP/SS

Workforce Development

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Colloquium: Re-Learning Civil Discourse in the Face of Extreme Polarization, Nov. 2 in Germantown

Transfer News

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Transfer Information Session, Monday, Nov. 5

Campus Sports News

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The Raptors Volleyball Team Completes Perfect Regular Season; 26-0!

College/Campus News

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Scala Digital Signage Training Sessions Offered Nov. 14 and Dec. 12

MC Events

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Panel Discussion Wednesday at TP/SS: The Future of Higher Education - How Scary Is It?

Arts at MC

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New Art Exhibit "The Urge to Mark" in the King Street Gallery Works by Artist Craig Kraft

Community Engagement

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Narrative Change Event Featuring MC Latino Student Voices, Nov. 16, at AFI

It's Academic

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How to Write a Short Academic Essay Workshops

Accolades

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Retired Army LTC Valarie Austin, Montgomery College and West Point Grad, Releases Her Debut Book About What to Expect and How to Succeed at College

Professional Development

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Committee Challenges Workshop on Nov. 5! Sign Up Now

Student Affairs

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Mindful Mondays in the Science Center, Room 459

Kindness Challenge Is Off to a Good Start

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Category: Need to Know

Published: Oct 29 2018 12:00AM

Employees from across the College have been sharing their kind acts and our globe is starting to fill up. We have heard of faculty taking time at the beginning of class to have their students share kindnesses with each other, writing assignments revolving around kindness, employees donating to the food pantry, people writing thank you notes, and lots of other thoughtful and kind gestures. We are off to a great start! Let's keep the kindness going!

As a reminder, here are the ways you may participate with us:

Submit your kindness online at https://tinyurl.com/germantown40acts. Someone will write your act on a paper person and place it on the globe for you.

Stop by any building on the Germantown Campus. We have put boxes, paper people, and brief instructions in every building*. All you need to do is write down a kind act that you performed on a paper person and put it in the box. All of the paper people will then be put on a globe that is displayed in the library. You may also stop by the library and place your person on your own.

The gift of 40 days of kind acts is turning out to be the best 40th birthday present ever!

In a world where you can be anything .... Be kind!

*Box Locations: Library (HS110); Welcome Center (SA Lobby); Student Life Office (SA113); MAPEL Center (HT229); PG Lobby; Science Learning Center (BE244); English & Reading Department (PK140)

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