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ASTROLABS and Fermions Same Mathematics, a STEM Celebration Event

Need to Know

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Kindness Challenge Is Off to a Good Start

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

Campus Sports News

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Montgomery College Tip-off Basketball Tournament November 10-11

College/Campus News

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Poetry Workshop With Sandi Leibowitz, Nov. 10

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Avanti Orchestra with Pablo Saelzer, Nov. 11 at the Cultural Arts Center

Arts at MC

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Burton Cummings, Nov. 16

MC Foundation

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Rockville Lions Friendship Night, Nov. 7

It's Academic

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Resumes and Cover Letters Workshop on Tues. Nov. 6!

MC Votes

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MC Votes November Update: Election Day Is Nov. 6 + Election Night Watch Party

Professional Development

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ELITE Introduces Brown Bag Series, Nov. 30

Other

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Hold the Date for Debra Ritenour's Retirement Party, Tuesday, Nov. 13 at CT

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Get Your Ski/Snowboard Night Pass - Lift Tickets Only $190 for the Season - Early Bird Prices End Nov 7.

ELITE Introduces Brown Bag Series, Nov. 30

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Category: Professional Development

Published: Nov 2 2018 3:20PM

Scholarly Brown Bag
Are you interested in pursuing scholarly research? Are you currently engaged in scholarly research that you would like to share with the MC community? Then this event may interest you!

ELITE is introducing a series of Scholarly Brown Bag sessions intended to bring like-minded individuals together to support research endeavors such as graduate degree attainment, publishing in journals, and presenting at conferences.
The Scholarly Brown Bags are one hour sessions for MC staff and faculty to discuss current research topics related to academic issues in the context of community colleges. We want to hear your ideas about what kinds of research you'd like to pursue, and how we can support you in doing so.
Outcomes:
1. To engage the MC community in ongoing, thoughtful conversations about research related to current topics affecting community colleges and their students.
2. To provide a venue for MC staff and faculty engaged (or interested) in scholarly research on academic issues to network with one another and find common ground for collaboration.
3. To generate new ideas for research collaborations related to student success and aligned with the College's priorities of teaching excellence, innovation, and social justice.
Bring your lunch and join in!
Date: Friday, November 30
Time: 12-1 p.m.
Location: Rockville MK 124
Facilitators: Kimberly McNair, Benita Rashaw, and Caroline Toscano
Please register on MC Learns at https://mymc.glb.montgomerycollege.edu/web/mymc_home/training-and-professional-development

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