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Town Hall Meeting Thursday at MC-Germantown

Need to Know

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Coffee With SALT: Join Us This Morning in the CT Building

It's Academic

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Educational Planning Workshop, Wednesday, Feb. 12

Guest Lectures

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Jaquira Diaz at Montgomery College, Germantown Campus, Feb. 19 at 11:30 a.m. in BE 151-152

MC in the News

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Exercise Is Medicine: Lunch and Learn


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All Are Invited to the College Council Meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 11

Compliance Office

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Apply by March 10, 2020, for the Inaugural Compliance and Ethics Fellows Program

Professional Development

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For Your Reading Pleasure, the Hub Recommends ...

Workforce Development

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Apply for the Nonprofit Leadership Boot Camp - Spring 2020 Cohort

In Memoriam

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Passing of Professor Emerita Patricia Normile

College/Campus News

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MC Asian-Pacific Islander Heritage Event Seeks Volunteers, April 28


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Cigna Free Webinar, Life After Work: Envisioning Retirement, Feb. 26

Student Life

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Mindful Mondays Begin Feb. 3

MC Events

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Poetry Open Mic, Saturday, Feb. 15

Arts at MC

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As You Like It, Feb. 26-29, at the Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center

Library News

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New APA Citation Guidelines

Student Affairs

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Peer Mentoring Available

MC Foundation Innovation Grants - Up to $36,000 Available

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Category: Need to Know

Published: 2020-02-10 00:00:01.000

<p>The grant is created by President DeRionne Pollard and made possible this year through the generosity of Montgomery College Foundation donors.</p>
<p>Projects that align with the early college experience and that have a direct linkage to the student success scorecard, social justice, equity and inclusion, and closing the achievement gap for underrepresented students are ideal initiatives for this grant. Grants that promote collaboration and cross-functional teams will be given greater consideration. We are looking for your best thinking and innovative strategies that will impact a broad range of students.</p>
<p>This year's grant amount is $36,000.</p>
<p>Faculty, staff, administrators, and students are all eligible to submit grant proposals. Collaboration among faculty, staff, administrators, and students on projects is encouraged. Students desiring to participate are required to partner with a faculty or staff member to submit an application.</p>
<p>For more information visit:</p>

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