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February 9, 2016 - February 7, 2017

Academic Events

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Media & Communication Arts Open House

OPEN HOUSE: Smart Start in Art with Media & Communication Arts at Macomb!

Join Macomb Community College's Media & Communication Arts (MACA) Department on Tuesday, March 8, 2016, from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM.  South Campus, Building R.

Click the register icon up above.

This FREE event will feature:

  • Types of rewarding careers that studying the arts at Macomb can lead to
  • Hands-on tutorials about film, drawing, and much more
  • Meet faculty, industry leaders and current students who will show you what it's like to be a part of the areas leading and most cost-effective arts programs.

For additional information, please contact the MACA program coordinator, Shaun Sarcona at sarconas@macomb.edu, or 586-445-7443.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM M-CAM Grant Advanced Manufacturing Training Information Series


Attend an information session and find out about advanced manufacturing training programs available from Macomb Community College for positions of computer numerical control (CNC) machinist, welder, production operator, multi-skilled technician (MST), controls robotics technician (CRT), and quality control technician (QCT).  Additionally, breakout sessions will provide an opportunity to receive training specific information and have questions answered by a technical program representative.

Go to www.macomb.edu/infosession for further details, or call 586-445-7108.

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM M-CAM Grant Advanced Manufacturing Training Information Series

Attend an information session and find out about advanced manufacturing training programs available from Macomb Community College for positions of computer numerical control (CNC) machinist, welder, production operator, multi-skilled technician (MST), controls robotics technician (CRT), and quality control technician (QCT).  Additionally, breakout sessions will provide an opportunity to receive training specific information and have questions answered by a technical program representative.

For additional information, visit www.macomb.edu/infosession, or call 586-445-7108

Academic Events - Culinary Arts

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Center Stage Lunch
Reservations are required.  Please call 586.286.2023

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Center Stage Dinner
Reservations are required.  Please call 586.286.2023

Thursday, February 11, 2016

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Center Stage Lunch
Reservations are required.  Please call 586.286.2023.

Athletics - Men's Basketball

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Saturday, February 13, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Men's Basketball vs. Wayne County
Come out and support your Monarchs!

Admission is $5 and students get in free with their student ID!

Saturday, February 20, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Men's Basketball vs. Henry Ford
Come out and support your Monarchs!

Admission is $5 and students get in free with their student ID!

Athletics - Men's Track

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

3:00 PM - 10:00 PM High School Championship Meet
High School Championship Meet

Athletics - Women's Basketball

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Saturday, February 13, 2016

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Women's Basketball vs. Wayne County
Come out and support your Monarchs!

Admission is $5 and students get in free with their student ID!

Saturday, February 20, 2016

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Women's Basketball vs. Henry Ford
Come out and support your Monarchs!

Admission is $5 and students get in free with their student ID!

Athletics - Women's Track

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

5:30 PM - 10:30 PM MCC Open Invite
Macomb Community College Track Open Invite

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Individual Open Track
Open Track on Tuesday's starting December 8th. Each session will run from 7-9pm.
There will be a $5 charge for all runners.
High jump and pole vault athletes must have a coach present.
Contact Kim Renas @ 586-445-7300 ext. 3548 or email renask@macomb.edu for details.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

3:00 PM - 10:00 PM High School Championship Meet
High School Championship Meet

Board of Trustees Meetings

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Board of Trustees Meeting

NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that information sessions shall be held at 6:00 p.m. preceding each regular meeting as scheduled. 

Calendars

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Start Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

End Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Monday, April 11, 2016

Start Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Friday, April 15, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

End Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Monday, April 18, 2016

All Day 2016 Spring/Summer Open Online Registration Begins
Open Registration Begins: To register online students must have been in attendance within the past two years.
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Payment due for 2016 Spring/ Summer Term
Payment due by 6:00 p.m.

Paymeny due day of registration after this date.

Monday, May 16, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Monday, May 23, 2016

All Day First day of 2016 Spring/ Summer Classes
First day of classes.

Monday, May 30, 2016

All Day Memorial Day Holiday- No Classes
Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes

Monday, June 20, 2016

All Day First Day of 2016 Spring/Summer Classes (June start)
First Day of Classes

Monday, July 04, 2016

All Day Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes / College Closed
Independence Day Holiday Observed- No Classes/ College Closed

Saturday, August 13, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term
End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term

Calendars - Academic

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Sunday, March 06, 2016

Start Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Monday, March 07, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Thursday, March 10, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Friday, March 11, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Saturday, March 12, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Sunday, March 13, 2016

End Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Start Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

End Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

All Day Winter IDD - No Classes
Winter IDD - No Classes

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Start Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Thursday, March 24, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Friday, March 25, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Saturday, March 26, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Sunday, March 27, 2016

End Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Monday, April 11, 2016

Start Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Friday, April 15, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

End Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Monday, April 18, 2016

All Day 2016 Spring/Summer Open Online Registration Begins
Open Registration Begins: To register online students must have been in attendance within the past two years.
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Payment due for 2016 Spring/ Summer Term
Payment due by 6:00 p.m.

Paymeny due day of registration after this date.

Friday, May 06, 2016

All Day Special Refund/ Credit Voucher Deadline- 2016 Winter Term
Deadline to submit a Special Refund/ Credit Voucher Request- All requests for refund due to special circumstances must be submitted in writing to the Director of Enrollment Services/ Registrar

Saturday, May 14, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Winter Term
End of Term

Monday, May 16, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Monday, May 23, 2016

All Day First day of 2016 Spring/ Summer Classes
First day of classes.

Monday, May 30, 2016

All Day Memorial Day Holiday- No Classes
Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes

Monday, June 20, 2016

All Day First Day of 2016 Spring/Summer Classes (June start)
First Day of Classes

Monday, July 04, 2016

All Day Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes / College Closed
Independence Day Holiday Observed- No Classes/ College Closed

Saturday, August 13, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term
End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term

Calendars - Registration Dates

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Sunday, March 06, 2016

Start Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Monday, March 07, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Thursday, March 10, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Friday, March 11, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Saturday, March 12, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Sunday, March 13, 2016

End Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Start Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

End Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

All Day Winter IDD - No Classes
Winter IDD - No Classes

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Start Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Thursday, March 24, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Friday, March 25, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Saturday, March 26, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Sunday, March 27, 2016

End Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Monday, April 11, 2016

Start Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Friday, April 15, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

End Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Monday, April 18, 2016

All Day 2016 Spring/Summer Open Online Registration Begins
Open Registration Begins: To register online students must have been in attendance within the past two years.
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Payment due for 2016 Spring/ Summer Term
Payment due by 6:00 p.m.

Paymeny due day of registration after this date.

Friday, May 06, 2016

All Day Special Refund/ Credit Voucher Deadline- 2016 Winter Term
Deadline to submit a Special Refund/ Credit Voucher Request- All requests for refund due to special circumstances must be submitted in writing to the Director of Enrollment Services/ Registrar

Saturday, May 14, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Winter Term
End of Term

Monday, May 16, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Monday, May 23, 2016

All Day First day of 2016 Spring/ Summer Classes
First day of classes.

Monday, May 30, 2016

All Day Memorial Day Holiday- No Classes
Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes

Monday, June 20, 2016

All Day First Day of 2016 Spring/Summer Classes (June start)
First Day of Classes

Monday, July 04, 2016

All Day Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes / College Closed
Independence Day Holiday Observed- No Classes/ College Closed

Saturday, August 13, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term
End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term

Career Services

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Champion Automotive Information Session
Attention Automotive Students!
Have you considered where your degree can land you in your career?
Have you researched your employment opportunities upon graduation?

Opportunities in the automotive field at Champion Automotive are growing!

Macomb Community College Career Services office is hosting an Information Session with a representative from Champion Automotive to discuss their current opportunities in the field.

Ask questions, gain career insight, make some new connections and possibly schedule an Interview!

Dress for success and bring several copies of your resume!
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Resume Rescue
Learn effective techniques to get your resume noticed in an ever-changing job market! Bring your resume in for a review and get concrete suggestions for improving your marketability.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Leap Into the World of Work
Join Career Services and investigate ways to gain real-world job experience. Learn about internships, apprenticeships, job shadowing, mentoring and informational interviewing.

Thursday, March 03, 2016

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Internship Information Session
Come and learn about available internships offered to Macomb Community College students.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Summer Jobs
Drop by Career Services to learn about employment opportunities for the summer.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Resume Rescue
Learn effective techniques to get your resume noticed in an ever-changing job market! Bring your resume in for a review and get concrete suggestions for improving your marketability.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Career Pathway Exploration, the Virtual Tour
Visit Career Services and use computer resources to investigate career pathways of your choice. Learn about the pay, economic trends, the education needed and more.

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Resume Rescue
Learn effective techniques to get your resume noticed in an ever-changing job market! Bring your resume in for a review and get concrete suggestions for improving your marketability.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Job Fair Boot Camp
Learn the tricks of the trade in making a standout impression with employers at any job fair!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Internship Information Session
Come and learn about available internships offered to Macomb Community College students.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Career Pathway Exploration, the Virtual Tour
Visit Career Services and use computer resources to investigate career pathways of your choice. Learn about the pay, economic trends, the education needed and more.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM 2016 Spring Job Fair
Everyone Welcome! Featuring full-time and part-time employment opportunities in a variety of industries!

Prepare Yourself:
- Dress in proper business attire
- Communicate professionally and efficiently
- Bring plenty of resumes

Employers can register by creating an account at: https://www.myinterfase.com/macomb/employer, once registered:
-
Hover your mouse over the Career Events tab, and then click Search on the menu.
- In the Event Search box simply click the Search button (leave all the fields blank).
- Click the 2016 Spring Job Fair event.
- Click Register Now and enter the required information.
- There is a $75.00 registration fee for employers

Monday, May 02, 2016

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Internship Information Session
Come and learn about available internships offered to Macomb Community College students.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Commencement to Careers Workshops
10–11am Build Your Portfolio
Jump ahead of the competition. Learn how to build and use a career portfolio in your next interview.

11am–12:30pm LinkedIn for Graduates and Job Search
Discover tips and tricks for using LinkedIn® for your job search and networking.

12:30–2pm Resume Basics
Learn effective techniques to get your resume noticed in an ever-changing job market! Bring your resume in for a review and get concrete suggestions for improving your marketability.

2–3pm Soft Skills Workshop
Discover the soft skills that complement your hard skills and are necessary for career and interview success, such as appearance/attire, body language and effective communication techniques.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Commencement to Careers Workshops
10–11am Build Your Portfolio
Jump ahead of the competition. Learn how to build and use a career portfolio in your next interview.

11am–12:30pm LinkedIn for Graduates and Job Search
Discover tips and tricks for using LinkedIn® for your job search and networking.

12:30–2pm Resume Basics
Learn effective techniques to get your resume noticed in an ever-changing job market! Bring your resume in for a review and get concrete suggestions for improving your marketability.

2–3pm Soft Skills Workshop
Discover the soft skills that complement your hard skills and are necessary for career and interview success, such as appearance/attire, body language and effective communication techniques.

College Visits

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Oakland University?  Stop in and visit with a Oakland University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "K" Bldg Student Center/Bookstore and discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Kelly Flemming

Can't make the visit?  Oakland University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Kelly Flemming at 248-370-4518 or ksstumpm@oakland.edu
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Northwood University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Northwood University?  Stop in and visit with a Northwood University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "A" Bldg discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Andrea Meitzner

Can't make the visit?  Northwood University is a partner at Macomb University Center, please contact Andrea Meitzner at 586-226-4733 or meitzner@northwood.edu 

Monday, February 15, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Oakland University? Stop in and visit with an Oakland University representative and discover the possibilites!  No appointment necessary!

Representative:  Colleen Szeliga

Can't make the visit?  Oakland University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact  Colleen Szeilga at 248-370-2360 or szeliga@oakland.edu

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Madonna University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Madonna University?  Stop in and visit with a Madonna University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "A" Bldg discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Linda McIntyre

Can't make the visit?  Madonna University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, contact Linda McIntyre at lmcintyre@madonna.edu

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Oakland University?  Stop in and visit with an Oakland University representative at Center Campus "P" Student Center and discover the possibilites!  No appointment necessary!

Representative:  Colleen Szeliga

Can't make the visit?  Oakland University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact  Colleen Szeilga at 248-370-2360 or szeliga@oakland.edu
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Western Michigan University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Western Michigan University?  Stop in and visit with a Western Michigan University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "K" Bldg Student Center and discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative: Alvina Gipson

Can't make the visit?  Western Michigan University is a partner at Macomb University Center, for more information, please contact Western at 248-485-4502
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM Ferris State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Ferris State University?  Stop in and visit with a Ferris State University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "C" Bldg 2nd floor hallway discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Catherine Belkowski

Can't make the visit?  Ferris State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, contact Catherine at 586-445-7150 or catherinebelkowski@ferris.edu 

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Western Michigan University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Western Michigan University?  Stop in and visit with a Western Michigan University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "P" Bldg Student Center and discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative: Alvina Gipson

Can't make the visit?  Western Michigan University is a partner at Macomb University Center, for more information, please contact Western at 248-485-4502.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Concordia University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Concordia University?  Stop in and visit with a Concordia University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "K" Bldg Student Center and discover the possibilities! No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Kristen Thornton

Can't make the visit?  Feel free to contact Concordia University for more information regarding their program offerings by contacting Kristen Thornton at 734-995-7312 or Kristen.Thornton@cuaa.edu

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Walsh On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344 or aboesler@walshcollege.edu
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wayne State On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM Walsh On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344 or aboesler@walshcollege.edu
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Wayne State On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM University of Michigan Dearborn On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to University of Michigan Dearborn Campus?  Stop in and visit with an University of Michigan Dearborn Campus representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "P" Bldg Student Center discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Chelsea Doyle

Can't make the visit?  Contact Chelsea Doyle at 313-593-9972 or chdoyle@umich.edu, for more information regarding their program offerings.
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "J" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM University of Michigan Dearborn On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to University of Michigan Dearborn Campus?  Stop in and visit with an University of Michigan Dearborn Campus representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "K" Bldg Student Center/Bookstore discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Chelsea Doyle

Can't make the visit?  Contact Chelsea Doyle at 313-593-9972 or chdoyle@umich.edu, for more information regarding their program offerings.
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "J" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu

Thursday, February 25, 2016

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Northwood University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Northwood University?  Stop in and visit with a Northwood University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "A" Bldg discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Andrea Meitzner

Can't make the visit?  Northwood University is a partner at Macomb University Center, for more information, please contact Andrea Meitzner at 586-226-4733 or meitzner@northwood.edu 

Monday, February 29, 2016

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM Ferris State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Ferris State University?  Stop in and visit with a Ferris State University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "A" Bldg discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Catherine Belkowski

Can't make the visit?  Ferris State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, contact Catherine Belkowski at 586-445-7150 or catherinebelkowski@ferris.edu

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Oakland University?  Stop in and visit with an Oakland University representative at Center Campus "P" Student Center and discover the possibilites!  No appointment necessary!

Representative:  Colleen Szeliga

Can't make the visit?  Oakland University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact  Colleen Szeilga at 248-370-2360 or szeliga@oakland.edu

Monday, March 14, 2016

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Northwood University On-Campus Visit
nterested in transferring to Northwood University?  Stop in and visit with a Northwood University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "A" Bldg discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Andrea Meitzner

Can't make the visit?  Northwood University is a partner at Macomb University Center, please contact Andrea Meitzner at 586-226-4733 or meitzner@northwood.edu 

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Madonna University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Madonna University?  Stop in and visit with a Madonna University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "A" Bldg discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Linda McIntyre

Can't make the visit?  Madonna University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, contact Linda McIntyre at lmcintyre@madonna.edu
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Walsh College On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "C" Bldg 2nd Floor by room 253 discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344 or aboesler@walshcollege.edu

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM Walsh College On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "C" Bldg 2nd Floor by room 253 discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344 or aboesler@walshcollege.edu

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Oakland University?  Stop in and visit with an Oakland University representative at Center Campus "P" Student Center and discover the possibilites!  No appointment necessary!

Representative:  Colleen Szeliga

Can't make the visit?  Oakland University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact  Colleen Szeilga at 248-370-2360 or szeliga@oakland.edu

Thursday, March 17, 2016

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Concordia University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Concordia University?  Stop in and visit with a Concordia University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library from 10am to 1pm and discover the possibilities 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Kristen Thornton

Can't make the visit?  Feel free to contact Concordia University for more information regarding their program offerings by contacting Kristen Thornton 734-995-7312 or kristen.thornton@cuaa.edu
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "J" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "J" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth Wawro at ewawro@wayne.edu

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Wayne State University On-Campus Vist
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus Library "C" Bldg discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at Macomb University Center, for more information, please contact Elizabeth at ewawro@wayne.edu or 313-577-2577. 

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Oakland University?  Stop in and visit with an Oakland University representative Center Campus "P" Bldg Student Center and discover the possibilites!  No appointment necessary!

Representative:  Colleen Szeliga

Can't make the visit?  Oakland University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact  Colleen Szeilga at 248-370-2360 or szeliga@oakland.edu

Monday, April 18, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Walsh College On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "H" Bldg by Advising office and discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM Walsh College On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "H" Bldg by Advising office and discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344

Thursday, April 21, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM University of Michigan Dearborn On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to University of Michigan Dearborn Campus?  Stop in and visit with an University of Michigan Dearborn Campus representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "K" Bldg Student Center/Bookstore discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Chelsea Doyle

Can't make the visit?  Contact Chelsea Doyle at 313-593-9972 or chdoyle@umich.edu, for more information regarding their program offerings.
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM University of Michigan Dearborn On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to University of Michigan Dearborn Campus?  Stop in and visit with an University of Michigan Dearborn Campus representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Chelsea Doyle

Can't make the visit?  Contact Chelsea Doyle at 313-593-9972 or chdoyle@umich.edu, for more information regarding their program offerings.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Walsh College On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "C" Bldg 2nd Floor by room 253 discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344 or aboesler@walshcollege.edu
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM Walsh College On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Walsh College?  Stop in and visit with a Walsh College representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "C" Bldg 2nd Floor by room 253 discover the possibilities! 
No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Angela Boesler

Can't make the visit?  Walsh College is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Angela Boesler at 248-823-1344 or aboesler@walshcollege.edu

Thursday, May 05, 2016

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Oakland University On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to Wayne State University?  Stop in and visit with a Wayne State University representative at Macomb Community College  South Campus "J" Bldg Library discover the possibilities! No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Elizabeth Wawro

Can't make the visit?  Wayne State University is a partner at the Macomb University Center.  For more information regarding their program offerings, please contact Elizabeth at elizabeth.wawro@wayne.edu or 313-577-2577

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM University of Michigan Dearborn On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to University of Michigan Dearborn Campus?  Stop in and visit with an University of Michigan Dearborn Campus representative at Macomb Community College Center Campus "C" Bldg Library discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Chelsea Doyle

Can't make the visit?  Contact Chelsea Doyle at 313-593-9972 or chdoyle@umich.edu, for more information regarding their program offerings.
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM University of Michigan Dearborn On-Campus Visit
Interested in transferring to University of Michigan Dearborn Campus?  Stop in and visit with an University of Michigan Dearborn Campus representative at Macomb Community College South Campus "K" Bldg Student Center/Bookstore discover the possibilities!  No appointment necessary.

Representative:  Chelsea Doyle

Can't make the visit?  Contact Chelsea Doyle at 313-593-9972 or chdoyle@umich.edu, for more information regarding their program offerings.

Community Events

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Saturday, February 13, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Championship Spirit Group

All Championship Spirit Group one-day challenges feature a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.  You can expect an event that runs on-time, with a friendly and knowledgeable staff that promotes fairness and sportsmanship to all teams.  We always recognize every team, give parents a front-row view of their kids, and allow coaches the time and space necessary to get their athletes ready for the best performance ever.

Motor City Challenge

Saturday, February 20, 2016

10:00 AM - 8:00 PM Macomb Home Show
Your Spring Home Show is the place to connect face-to-face with homeowners who are ready to get their home improvement projects started for the new year.  Your Spring Home Show is the largest home improvement show in metro Detroit in February and it's conveniently located at Macomb Community College for all east side homeowners.

Your Spring Home Show

Sunday, February 21, 2016

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Macomb Home Show
Your Spring Home Show is the place to connect face-to-face with homeowners who are ready to get their home improvement projects started for the new year.  Your Spring Home Show is the largest home improvement show in metro Detroit in February and it's conveniently located at Macomb Community College for all east side homeowners.

Your Spring Home Show

Friday, February 26, 2016

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Great Lakes Comic Expo
Join us as the Great Lakes Comic-Con goes retro!  With a tribute to the comic books, toys, and characters of the 1970s and 1980s!

Great Lakes Comic Con

Saturday, February 27, 2016

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Great Lakes Comic Expo
Join us as the Great Lakes Comic-Con goes retro!  With a tribute to the comic books, toys, and characters of the 1970s and 1980s!

Great Lakes Comic Con

Saturday, March 12, 2016

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM 37th Annual Midwest Fly Fishing Show
Lots of new vendors, 61,000 sq. feet, 120+ exhibitors, all the major manufacturers, 120' 4-land casting pond, kids activities, seminars all-day long, learn to tie flies, book an outfitter or guide, fly casting information.

Midwest Fly Fishing Expo

Sunday, March 13, 2016

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM 37th Annual Midwest Fly Fishing Show
Lots of new vendors, 61,000 sq. feet, 120+ exhibitors, all the major manufacturers, 120' 4-land casting pond, kids activities, seminars all-day long, learn to tie flies, book an outfitter or guide, fly casting information.

Midwest Fly Fishing Expo

Saturday, March 19, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM 31st Annual Macomb Secondary Science Olympiad
Macomb Science Olympiad is dedicated to inspiring the next generation of scientists, doctors, and engineers, through an extra-curricular education program that emphasizes a hands-on approach and develops problem-solving and teamwork skills.

Secondary Science Olympiad

Monday, March 21, 2016

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM The Leader In Me Symposium
The Leader in Me is Franklin Covey's whole school transformation process. It teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader.

The Leader in Me Symposium

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM The Leader In Me Symposium
The Leader in Me is Franklin Covey's whole school transformation process. It teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader.

The Leader in Me Symposium

Sunday, April 03, 2016

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Detroit Area Auto Modelers Toy Show
This Show Features THE MOTOR CITY MADNESS 17 Model Car Contest. Vendor Contracts will be going out the first week of February

 Detroit Area Auto Modelers Toy Show

Friday, April 08, 2016

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Michigan State Numismatic Society
Founded in 1956, The Michigan State Numismatic Society (MSNS), Serves the study of the forms and uses of money.  Our members are scholars and collectors of coins, tokeks, medals, currency and fudciary instruments. Our members who actively bring the objects of our study to market subscribe to a code of ethics.

Michigan Numismatic Society

Saturday, April 09, 2016

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Michigan State Numismatic Society
Founded in 1956, The Michigan State Numismatic Society (MSNS), Serves the study of the forms and uses of money.  Our members are scholars and collectors of coins, tokeks, medals, currency and fudciary instruments. Our members who actively bring the objects of our study to market subscribe to a code of ethics.

Michigan Numismatic Society

Sunday, April 10, 2016

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Michigan State Numismatic Society
Founded in 1956, The Michigan State Numismatic Society (MSNS), Serves the study of the forms and uses of money.  Our members are scholars and collectors of coins, tokeks, medals, currency and fudciary instruments. Our members who actively bring the objects of our study to market subscribe to a code of ethics.

Michigan Numismatic Society

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

4:30 PM - 7:00 PM University Center Open House

Please Join Us!
Macomb University Center Open House

Find out how you can earn your degree from a major college or university right on Macomb’s Center Campus! 

When:  Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Time:  4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Where:  Macomb Community College University Center

Click the register icon up above now! 

Saturday, April 16, 2016

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Tummy To Toddler

Expecting?
Having a Baby?
Have a Toddler?
Dont miss Tummy to Toddler Expo!

FREE Child Care provided by Learning Care Group!

Meet and Interact with local and national childrens retailers, health care providers, recreational and educational providers.

Grand Prize Drawing for $500 Gift Card to Babies R Us, Plus many door prizes awarded every hour.

Tummy To Toddler


Saturday, April 23, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Macomb Elementary Science Olympiad
31st Annual Elementary Tournament

Please visit our website for complete event listings and sponsor information.

Macomb Elementary Science Olympiad

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Miichigan Defense Exposition (MDEX)
The Michigan Defense Exposition is your opportunity to network with more than 1,300 attendees, including Detroit Arsenal personnel as well as small and large business contractors.  Please see the sponsorship opportunities brochure for more ways to expose your business or organization to this important audience.

Hosted by the Michigan Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), MDEX offers new features to attract an expanded audience focused on Defense Prime attendees and facilitate strong network opportunities between government and industry, while showcasing industry capabilities to enhance product performance to serve our war fighters.

MDEX

Thursday, April 28, 2016

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Miichigan Defense Exposition (MDEX)
The Michigan Defense Exposition is your opportunity to network with more than 1,300 attendees, including Detroit Arsenal personnel as well as small and large business contractors.  Please see the sponsorship opportunities brochure for more ways to expose your business or organization to this important audience.

Hosted by the Michigan Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), MDEX offers new features to attract an expanded audience focused on Defense Prime attendees and facilitate strong network opportunities between government and industry, while showcasing industry capabilities to enhance product performance to serve our war fighters.

MDEX

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Macomb Special Olympics
Regional Competition for Area 14.

Area 14 serves 1,423 athletes in Macomb County. Visit our website for more information and resources.

Special Olympics

Saturday, May 07, 2016

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Champion Force Cheer Competition
Champion Force Athletics Cheerleading offers a fun and exciting program for beginners, intermediate and advanced level students.  All athletes learn the fundamentals of cheer and dance including: cheers, chants, jumps, stunts, dance routines and how to perform in front of an audience.  Our program also prepares athletes for junior high and high school cheer squads.  All athletes have the opportunity to participate in special event, including: competitions, clinics, camps, and parades.

Champion Force Athletics

Friday, May 13, 2016

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Macomb Community College 95th Commencement Ceremony
Graduates who have completed their degree requirements at the completion of the Winter 2016 semester will be honored at this ceremony.

NOTE:  Certificates and other recognitions are NOT given out at this ceremony.

Friday, May 20, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 77th Serb National Federation Basketball
Hosts:  Lodge #98 with St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral "Ravanica"

Membership deadlines for 2016 basketball tournament eligibilty can be found on our website.

SERB National Federation

Saturday, May 21, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 77th Serb National Federation Basketball
Hosts:  Lodge #98 with St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral "Ravanica"

Membership deadlines for 2016 basketball tournament eligibilty can be found on our website.

SERB National Federation

Sunday, May 22, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 77th Serb National Federation Basketball
Hosts:  Lodge #98 with St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Cathedral "Ravanica"

Membership deadlines for 2016 basketball tournament eligibilty can be found on our website.

SERB National Federation

Friday, June 03, 2016

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Dorsey Schools Commencement


Dorsey Schools
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Dorsey Schools Commencement


Dorsey Schools

Saturday, June 04, 2016

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Warren Mott High School Graduation
For more information visit:

Warren Consolidated Schools
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Sterling Heights High School Graduation
For more information, visit our website:

Warren Consolidated Schools
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Cousino High School Graduation
For more information, visit our website:

Warren Consolidated Schools

Monday, June 06, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM Lincoln High School Graduation
Van Dyke Public Schools

For more information, visit our website:

Van Dyke Public Schools

Thursday, June 09, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Mission of Mercy, Michigan Dental Association Foundation
The Michigan Dental Association and the Michigan Dental Association Foundation are now working to organize an unprecedented statewide dental access program--the Michigan Mission of Mercy event.  About 1,200 patients are expected to be treated over the course of two days.

More information will become available on our website as the event draws near.

Mission of Mercy

Friday, June 10, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Mission of Mercy, Michigan Dental Association Foundation
The Michigan Dental Association and the Michigan Dental Association Foundation are now working to organize an unprecedented statewide dental access program--the Michigan Mission of Mercy event.  About 1,200 patients are expected to be treated over the course of two days.

More information will become available on our website as the event draws near.

Mission of Mercy

Saturday, June 11, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Mission of Mercy, Michigan Dental Association Foundation
The Michigan Dental Association and the Michigan Dental Association Foundation are now working to organize an unprecedented statewide dental access program--the Michigan Mission of Mercy event.  About 1,200 patients are expected to be treated over the course of two days.

More information will become available on our website as the event draws near.

Mission of Mercy

Friday, June 17, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Autocross Car Control
The Motorsport Lab is a supercar experience agency dedicated to designing and implementing purposeful interactions for consumers and businesses through the world's most iconic vehicles.  From Ferrari to Aston Martin to Lamborghini, we center exotic sports cars at the heart of our programs to create unforgettable adventures for fans and to generate enthusiasm for brands.

Motorsport Lab

Saturday, June 18, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Autocross Car Control
The Motorsport Lab is a supercar experience agency dedicated to designing and implementing purposeful interactions for consumers and businesses through the world's most iconic vehicles.  From Ferrari to Aston Martin to Lamborghini, we center exotic sports cars at the heart of our programs to create unforgettable adventures for fans and to generate enthusiasm for brands.

Motorsport Lab

Sunday, June 19, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Autocross Car Control
The Motorsport Lab is a supercar experience agency dedicated to designing and implementing purposeful interactions for consumers and businesses through the world's most iconic vehicles.  From Ferrari to Aston Martin to Lamborghini, we center exotic sports cars at the heart of our programs to create unforgettable adventures for fans and to generate enthusiasm for brands.

Motorsport Lab

Continuing Education

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Health Career Workshop
An interactive workshop that explores various health careers.  This workshop is mandatory for those interested in the Nursing Assistant, Certified Professional Coder, and Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist programs.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Health Career Workshop
An interactive workshop that explores various health careers.  This workshop is mandatory for those interested in the Nursing Assistant, Certified Professional Coder, and Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist programs.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Health Career Workshop
An interactive workshop that explores various health careers.  This workshop is mandatory for those interested in the Nursing Assistant, Certified Professional Coder, and Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist programs.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM M-CAM Grant Advanced Manufacturing Training Information Series


Attend an information session and find out about advanced manufacturing training programs available from Macomb Community College for positions of computer numerical control (CNC) machinist, welder, production operator, multi-skilled technician (MST), controls robotics technician (CRT), and quality control technician (QCT).  Additionally, breakout sessions will provide an opportunity to receive training specific information and have questions answered by a technical program representative.

Go to www.macomb.edu/infosession for further details, or call 586-445-7108.

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM M-CAM Grant Advanced Manufacturing Training Information Series

Attend an information session and find out about advanced manufacturing training programs available from Macomb Community College for positions of computer numerical control (CNC) machinist, welder, production operator, multi-skilled technician (MST), controls robotics technician (CRT), and quality control technician (QCT).  Additionally, breakout sessions will provide an opportunity to receive training specific information and have questions answered by a technical program representative.

For additional information, visit www.macomb.edu/infosession, or call 586-445-7108

Counseling & Advising

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Monday, February 22, 2016

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Pathways to Success Information Session
Undecided on a Major or Career Path?  Join us for the Pathways to Success Info Session  and Begin Your Personal Career Development Journey.  Sign up for a one hour session where the Counseling staff will explain the process that will be used  to help you decide on a carrer.  First, you will Discover - more about your intersts, values, skills and strengths.  Then Connect your areas of interest to a possible career.  The final step is to Advance by making a decision and developing a plan of action.  Be sure to sign up today!

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pathways to Success Information Session
Undecided on a Major or Career Path?  Join us for the Pathways to Success Info Session  and Begin Your Personal Career Development Journey.  Sign up for a one hour session where the Counseling staff will explain the process that will be used  to help you decide on a carrer.  First, you will Discover - more about your intersts, values, skills and strengths.  Then Connect your areas of interest to a possible career.  The final step is to Advance by making a decision and developing a plan of action.  Be sure to sign up today!

Counseling & Advising - Selective Admission Seminars

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Selective Admission Programs Seminar - South Campus

If you are interested in learning about applying to Macomb's Selective Admission programs, this seminar is for you.  Find out about pre-requisites, grade point average requirements, testing requirements, deadlines, etc.  

This seminar will present the important facts about applying to the Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, Respiratory Therapy, and/or Veterinary Technician programs. 

Students interested in Radiologic Technology,Health Information Technology or Surgical Technology, should meet with an Academic Advisor to discuss details about the program.  
Seating is limited, so please call early for your reservation.

Library

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Thursday, February 18, 2016

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Once on This Island by Gloria Whelan: Book Talk
When war erupts between England and America in 1812, it brings change and uncertainty, even to Michigan’s remote Mackinac Island. For young Mary O’Shea, the hardest change is the departure of her father, who leaves the island to join the American Army. With her sister and brother, Mary must tend the farm, deal with the hardships of British occupation and hope for the safe return of their father.
Whelen weaves the indigenous and American cultures together through a complex secondary character, Gavin, a Native American boy raised by Mary’s neighbors, who is forced to come to terms with his heritage as he makes the crucial decision to leave his Anglo parents and way of life and rejoin his tribe.

Friday, February 19, 2016

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Study Abroad Informational Session
Ever dreamt of studying in a different country? Take the opportunity to travel and learn abroad! The Macomb Student Study Abroad Fund was created to encourage Macomb Community College students to travel outside the USA in order to deepen global understanding and broaden sociocultural perspectives and characteristics necessary for their future civic and career lives.
Join us for an informational session where students can ask whatever questions they have about the process of studying abroad or how to attain extra funds toward their studies abroad. Check out all the possibilities available to you as a Macomb student! We invite you to explore the world with faculty from Macomb College.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

12:00 AM Secret Garden, Secret Window by Stephen King: Book Talk
When first confronted by John Shooter, famous novelist, Mort Rainey sees him as nothing more than an avid, albeit slightly eccentric fan. However, Shooter’s accusation of plagiarism and his overbearing attitude of malevolence send Rainey scattering to prove his innocence. As Rainey’s evidence disappears, his sanity and safety go along with it, and soon he is approaching a reckoning with the determined Shooter.
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Secret Window: Film Viewing
While in the process of an ugly divorce from his wife, writer Mort Rainey relocates to his remote cabin in upstate New York for solitude. Attempting to recover his mental health, Rainey has the misfortune of being found by John Shooter, a farmer who claims Rainey plagiarized his work. At first, Rainey ignores the accusations, but Shooter has no intention of quietly disappearing. Soon, Shooter becomes increasingly vicious in his quest for retribution.

Monday, March 14, 2016

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins: Book Discussion
“May the odds be ever in your favor!”
In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, a shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. Long ago, the districts waged war on the Capitol and were defeated. As part of the surrender terms, each district agreed to send one boy and one girl to appear in an annual televised event called “The Hunger Games,” a fight to the death on live TV. Sixteen year old Katniss Everdeen, who lives alone with her mother and younger sister, regards it as a death sentence when she is forced to represent her district in the Games. The terrain, rules and level of audience participation may change, but one thing is constant: kill or be killed.
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM The Hunger Games: Film Viewing
“I volunteer! I volunteer as tribute!”
Every year in the ruins of what was once North America, the Capitol of the nation of Panem forces each of its twelve districts to send a teenage boy and girl to compete in the Hunger Games. Sixteen year old Katniss Everdeen volunteers in her younger sister’s place and must rely upon her sharp instincts when she’s pitted against highly trained Tributes who have prepared their entire lives. If she’s ever to return home to District 12, Katniss must make impossible choices in the arena that weigh survival against humanity and life against love.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM The Grand Budapest Hotel: Film Viewing
In the 1930s, the Grand Budapest Hotel is a popular European ski resort, presided over by Gustave H, the concierge. Zero, a junior lobby boy, becomes Gustave’s friend and protégé. Gustave prides himself on providing first-class service to the hotel’s guests, including satisfying the intimate needs of the many elderly women who stay there. When one of Gustave’s lovers dies mysteriously, Gustave finds himself the recipient of a priceless painting and the chief suspect in her murder.

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

9:30 AM - 11:00 AM The Space Between Us by Thrity Umrigar: Adele Robins Book Discussion
The Space Between Us, Thrity Umrigar’s poignant novel about a wealthy woman and her downtrodden servant, offers a revealing look at class and gender roles in modern day Bombay. Alternatively told through the eyes of Sera, a Parsi widow whose pregnant daughter and son-in-law share her elegant home, and Bhima, the elderly housekeeper who must support her orphaned granddaughter, Umrigar does an admirable job of creating two sympathetic characters whose bond goes far deeper than that of employer and employee.

Friday, April 22, 2016

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Study Abroad Informational Session
Ever dreamt of studying in a different country? Take the opportunity to travel and learn abroad! The Macomb Student Study Abroad Fund was created to encourage Macomb Community College students to travel outside the USA in order to deepen global understanding and broaden sociocultural perspectives and characteristics necessary for their future civic and career lives.
Join us for an informational session where students can ask whatever questions they have about the process of studying abroad or how to attain extra funds toward their studies abroad. Check out all the possibilities available to you as a Macomb student! We invite you to explore the world with faculty from Macomb College.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:30 PM Theory of Everything: Film Viewing
In the 1960s, Cambridge University student and future physicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) falls in love with fellow collegian Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones). At 21, Hawking learns that he has motor neuron disease. Despite this, and with Jane at his side, he begins an ambitious study of time, of which he has very little left, according to his doctor. He and Jane defy terrible odds and break new ground in the fields of medicine and science, achieving more than either could hope to imagine.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Start Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM Knowledge Fair: The Celebration of the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) Exhibit
The Knowledge Fair showcases the strengths and experiences each student in CSSK 1200 has gained throughout the semester. Each student submits a poster board to be displayed as part of the College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit, and many of the students attend the Fair to answer questions related to their chosen topics. This exhibit serves as a wonderful opportunity to meet other students and acknowledge the creativity, research skills and presentation abilities that CSSK 1200 develops. All students, faculty, staff and community members are encouraged to attend.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

All Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.

Sunday, May 01, 2016

All Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.

Monday, May 02, 2016

Start Day MACA Student Art Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Media and Communication Arts (MACA) department is proud to announce the next installment of the MACA Student Art Exhibit. Macomb Community College is extremely honored to exhibit and display such a diverse collection of graphic art created by the students within the program.
The Media and Communication Arts program is designed to develop the creative, traditional, digital and multimedia skills required for job entry into a variety of media-related industries. Students in this program can specialize in creative imaging and illustration, 3D animation, design and layout, video production, photographic technologies, interactive Web media and collaborative media. This is a great opportunity to appreciate the quality and value of student-generated graphic art.
All Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

All Day MACA Student Art Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Media and Communication Arts (MACA) department is proud to announce the next installment of the MACA Student Art Exhibit. Macomb Community College is extremely honored to exhibit and display such a diverse collection of graphic art created by the students within the program.
The Media and Communication Arts program is designed to develop the creative, traditional, digital and multimedia skills required for job entry into a variety of media-related industries. Students in this program can specialize in creative imaging and illustration, 3D animation, design and layout, video production, photographic technologies, interactive Web media and collaborative media. This is a great opportunity to appreciate the quality and value of student-generated graphic art.
All Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

All Day MACA Student Art Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Media and Communication Arts (MACA) department is proud to announce the next installment of the MACA Student Art Exhibit. Macomb Community College is extremely honored to exhibit and display such a diverse collection of graphic art created by the students within the program.
The Media and Communication Arts program is designed to develop the creative, traditional, digital and multimedia skills required for job entry into a variety of media-related industries. Students in this program can specialize in creative imaging and illustration, 3D animation, design and layout, video production, photographic technologies, interactive Web media and collaborative media. This is a great opportunity to appreciate the quality and value of student-generated graphic art.
All Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM The Artist: Film Viewing
In the 1920s, actor George Valentin is a bona fide matinee idol with many adoring fans. While working on his latest film, George finds himself falling in love with an ingénue named Peppy Miller and it seems Peppy feels the same way. George is reluctant to cheat on his wife with the beautiful young actress. The growing popularity of sound in movies further separates the potential lovers, as George’s career begins to fade while Peppy’s star rises.

Thursday, May 05, 2016

All Day MACA Student Art Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Media and Communication Arts (MACA) department is proud to announce the next installment of the MACA Student Art Exhibit. Macomb Community College is extremely honored to exhibit and display such a diverse collection of graphic art created by the students within the program.
The Media and Communication Arts program is designed to develop the creative, traditional, digital and multimedia skills required for job entry into a variety of media-related industries. Students in this program can specialize in creative imaging and illustration, 3D animation, design and layout, video production, photographic technologies, interactive Web media and collaborative media. This is a great opportunity to appreciate the quality and value of student-generated graphic art.
End Day The College Success Skills Poster Board Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
This student-created exhibit will highlight poster boards completed by students in the College Success Skills (CSSK 1200) course offered at Macomb Community College. At the Friday Knowledge Fair, student exhibitors will present and answer questions and converse with attendees regarding their individual pieces of work. The goal of CSSK 1200 is to teach students what it takes to be successful in college, and provide them with opportunities to explore campus resources, and connect with peers, campus employees, and members of the community. A variety of poster board topics are covered in this, the largest exhibit the library displays.
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Drop-in and Ask!
Have questions about our events or initiatives? We welcome students and community members to drop by during our open sessions and learn more about MMII, how to register for events and receive credit, ways to track your progress and request an audit for a Cultural Competency Certificate (C3), the value of a C3 for personal, community, and economic growth, and to meet and connect with members of the programming team!

Friday, May 06, 2016

End Day MACA Student Art Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Media and Communication Arts (MACA) department is proud to announce the next installment of the MACA Student Art Exhibit. Macomb Community College is extremely honored to exhibit and display such a diverse collection of graphic art created by the students within the program.
The Media and Communication Arts program is designed to develop the creative, traditional, digital and multimedia skills required for job entry into a variety of media-related industries. Students in this program can specialize in creative imaging and illustration, 3D animation, design and layout, video production, photographic technologies, interactive Web media and collaborative media. This is a great opportunity to appreciate the quality and value of student-generated graphic art.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Drop-in and Ask!
Have questions about our events or initiatives? We welcome students and community members to drop by during our open sessions and learn more about MMII, how to register for events and receive credit, ways to track your progress and request an audit for a Cultural Competency Certificate (C3), the value of a C3 for personal, community, and economic growth, and to meet and connect with members of the programming team!

Lorenzo Cultural Center

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Thursday, February 11, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Friday, February 12, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Saturday, February 13, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Sunday, February 14, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Monday, February 15, 2016

All Day Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

End Time 4:00 PM Scholastic Art Awards Exhibit: Michigan Thumb Region (Multi-Day Event)

In partnership with the College for Creative Studies, the Lorenzo Cultural Center presents the Michigan Thumb Region of the Scholastic Art Awards, adjudicating nearly 2,000 pieces, and exhibiting over 500 award-winning pieces of art from students in grades 7 through 12 from Macomb, St. Clair, Lapeer, Huron and Sanilac counties, before those works awarded top honors go onto the National Competition in New York.

Exhibit hours are:

Wednesday & Thursday 10am–8pm
Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm
Monday & Tuesday by appointment

Thursday, March 03, 2016

7:00 PM The Arsenal of Democracy: Detroit in World War II
A.J. Baime, journalist and author of the 2015 Michigan Notable Book, The Arsenal of Democracy: FDR, Detroit, and an Epic Quest to Arm an America at War, tells the story of the dramatic transformation of Detroit from "motortown" to the "Arsenal of Democracy," highlighting Edsel Ford, who rebelled against his pacifist father, Henry Ford, to build the industrial miracle Willow Run, a crucial component in winning the war.


MMII WebAdvisor Regstration #: 42354

Saturday, March 05, 2016

1:00 PM The Horror that No One Wanted to Remember: Detroit's Race Riot of 1943
People in metropolitan Detroit remember vividly the 1967 riots, but a quarter century before, Detroit had a riot that was much more viciously racial, requiring the intervention of the U.S. Army in the middle of World War II to end it. Jack Lessenberry, commentator on WUOM-FM, columnist for the Metro Times, and head of the journalism faculty at Wayne State University, takes a look back at a terrifying time.


MMII WebAdvisor Regstration #: 42355

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

11:00 AM Dr. Ralph J. Bunche: Early Civil Rights and Peace Pioneer
Barbara Jones of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at Wayne State University profiles the life of Ralph Bunche, a Detroit native who spent his life aiding the struggle of oppressed people in the United States and abroad, and who in 1950, became the first African American to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42356

Thursday, March 10, 2016

11:00 AM The Tin Can Army: Kids on the World War II Home Front

Kids on the home front were part of the U.S. fight in World War II, taking part in scrap drives, planting victory gardens and making do with what they had. This interactive, engaging session with presenter Gerald Wykes will incorporate props, dress-up, music and more.

(This event is repeated at 1pm.)

1:00 PM The Tin Can Army: Kids on the World War II Home Front

Kids on the home front were part of the U.S. fight in World War II, taking part in scrap drives, planting victory gardens and making do with what they had. This interactive, engaging session with presenter Gerald Wykes will incorporate props, dress-up, music and more.

(This event is repeated from 11am.)

Friday, March 11, 2016

11:00 AM The Michigan National Guard at D-Day & Beyond
Dan Heaton, author of three books on aviation history and current member of the Air National Guard, gives an overview of key actions by Michigan soldiers and airmen during World War II and the creation of the modern National Guard after the war.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42358

Saturday, March 12, 2016

1:00 PM The Baruch Plan: The First Attempt at Nuclear Disarmament
Macomb Community College Professor Elliott L. Meyrowitz, J.D., Ph.D., discusses the U.S. proposal for the international control of nuclear weapons and the avoidance of a future nuclear war that was presented at the first meeting of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission in June 1946.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #:

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

11:00 AM The All American Girls Professional Baseball League
Mary Moore played second base for professional women’s baseball teams the Springfield Sallies and the Battle Creek Belles. She will present on how and why the All American Girls Professional Baseball League was founded, along with her personal experiences as a player.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42362

Thursday, March 17, 2016

11:00 AM Detroit: Arsenal of Democracy
Armed forces veteran John Lind, founder of the Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum, will share how Detroit earned the moniker “Arsenal of Democracy,” as well as the region’s continuing role as the defense corridor of America, building even more than airplanes and tanks.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42363
1:00 PM The Marshall Plan: America’s Finest Hour
Gary Flemming, Ph.D., professor of political science at Macomb Community College, will discuss the Marshall Plan, "America’s finest hour."  The lecture will focus on how the United States, in an attempt to relieve the suffering of post-World War II Europe, used foreign aid and loans to restructure the economic and political systems of the western European countries.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42368

Friday, March 18, 2016

11:00 AM The Civilian Conservation Corps Enrollee of 1941
Go to work for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the nation as a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps to help rebuild America's natural and human resources! Join CCC Enrollee Bill Williams (Michael P. Deren as The Past In Person) for an informative and fun-filled look at an organization that changed America on the eve of World War II.
1:00 PM The Civilian Conservation Corps Enrollee of 1941
Go to work for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the nation as a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps to help rebuild America's natural and human resources! Join CCC Enrollee Bill Williams (Michael P. Deren as The Past In Person) for an informative and fun-filled look at an organization that changed America on the eve of World War II.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

10:00 AM “Knit Your Bit” with Crafty Lady Trio
During World War II, knitting was one of the ways individuals on the home front supported the war effort. Learn about “Knit your Bit” efforts during World War II; then instructors from Crafty Lady Trio will teach new knitters and crocheters how to make a scarf that will be donated to a veteran through The National World War II Museum’s Knit your Bit project.

Please bring 3 skeins of worsted weight yarn in two colors and size 8US knitting needles or size I (5.5) crochet hook. Limited supplies will be available for purchase. Prior knitting or crocheting experience not required.

Also offered Mar. 31 (Thur.) at 1pm
1:00 PM How Detroit Saved the World: The Willow Run Story
Randy Hotton, professional pilot and former executive director of the Yankee Air Museum tells the Willow Run story, starting with Roosevelt’s call in 1940 to build 50,000 airplanes per year, through the involvement of the auto industry and ultimately the construction of the Willow Run Bomber Plant, its role during the war, and future plans for the site.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42369

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

11:00 AM Forging Thunderbolts: Detroit Mobilizes for War
Professor Gregory Sumner, J.D., Ph.D., of University of Detroit Mercy, and author of the book Detroit in World War II, discusses the miraculous conversion of industry in the Motor City to war production, highlighting the contributions of Albert Kahn, Henry Ford and Rosie the Riveter.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42670
1:00 PM Everyday Life in the Arsenal of Democracy
Professor Sumner returns to continue the story of wartime Detroit, with a look at its air raid drills and scrap drives, "Victory" beer, dance ballrooms and sports culture as Joe Louis and Hank Greenberg did their bit for Uncle Sam. All this was capped off with a party thrown by the city upon the defeat of the Axis.

Thursday, March 31, 2016

11:00 AM Rosie the Riveters and their Stories
Past National President of the American Rosie the Riveter Association Donnaleen Lanktree shares the stories she’s collected through the years from actual Rosies about the jobs they performed, their experiences in the workforce, and the lasting influence of that time in their lives.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42371
1:00 PM “Knit Your Bit” with Crafty Lady Trio
During World War II, knitting was one of the ways individuals on the home front supported the war effort. Learn about “Knit your Bit” efforts during World War II; then instructors from Crafty Lady Trio will teach new knitters and crocheters how to make a scarf that will be donated to a veteran through The National World War II Museum’s Knit your Bit project.

Please bring 3 skeins of worsted weight yarn in two colors and size 8US knitting needles or size I (5.5) crochet hook. Limited supplies will be available for purchase. Prior knitting or crocheting experience not required.


Also offered  Mar. 19 (Sat.) at 10am

Saturday, April 02, 2016

1:00 PM Jackie Robinson: Making it Around the Bases
Michael V. Placco, professor of history at Macomb Community College, talks about the life and times of Jack Roosevelt Robinson, from his birth in rural Georgia in 1919, through his distinguished baseball career of the 1940s and 1950s, concluding with his death in 1972 as an American hero and Civil Rights pioneer, the only player whose number, 42, is retired league-wide.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42382

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

11:00 AM Plant a Victory Garden
During World War II, Americans were urged to grow their own food to help ease food shortages. Learn about Victory Gardens, then plant seeds to take home and start your own garden.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

1:00 PM Real to Reel: Green for Danger
Michael Broyles, professor of history at Macomb Community College, screens Green for Danger, a murder mystery set in an Elizabethan Manor house converted to a hospital in rural Britain during World War II. Period items on display will help illustrate the discussion.

Run time: 91 minutes

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42373

Friday, April 08, 2016

11:00 AM Detroit's Cold War: The Origins of Postwar Conservatism
Colleen Doody, Ph.D., professor of history at DePaul University and author of the book Detroit’s Cold War, uses Detroit as a case study, looking at how tensions within the American public led to the development of an anti-communist, conservative movement in the aftermath of World War II. 

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42374

Saturday, April 09, 2016

1:00 PM The Holocaust and the Nuremberg Trials: Their Impact on International Law
Professor Elliott L. Meyrowitz, J.D., Ph.D., returns to discuss how the Holocaust and the Nuremberg trials influenced the development of international criminal law and how the Nuremberg trials served as models for the Genocide Convention (1948), The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the Geneva Convention on the Laws and Customs of War (1949).

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42375

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

11:00 AM The End & the Beginning: Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock
In the 1940s, American art underwent a radical transformation that resulted in the decline of realist painting and the rise of abstract expressionism. This illustrated lecture by professor Michael J. Farrell, Ph.D., of Art House Tours, will focus on the relationship between, and the art of, Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

1:00 PM Real to Reel: Hyde Park on the Hudson
Hyde Park on the Hudson dramatizes the close personal relationship between Margaret "Daisy" Suckley and her cousin and childhood friend President Franklin D. Roosevelt, against the backdrop of the 1939 visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Hyde Park. Elton Weintz, professor of history at Macomb Community College facilitates the film.

Run time: 95 minutes

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42376

Friday, April 15, 2016

11:00 AM A Hidden Child

Erna Blitzer Gorman relates her experiences as a hidden child during World War II. She and her family were caught in Poland during the Nazi invasion, unable to return to their home in France, and spent two years hiding in a barn in Ukraine.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42377

 

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

11:00 AM Creating a Community for Defense Workers and Veterans in World War II
Eric Follo, professor emeritus at Oakland University and former resident of the Kramer Homes, tells how, in the early 1940s, the federal government contracted architects Eliel and Eero Saarinen to create 500 homes for defense workers. The Kramer Homes’ creatively designed housing environment fostered community life to such an extent that the housing project is fully functioning today.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

7:00 PM The Girls of Atomic City: Life in a Secret City of the Manhattan Project
Best-selling author Denise Kiernan takes audiences back in time and into a top-secret world where young women and men lived and worked surrounded by spies and secrecy, forbidden to speak of their work, even to each other, as the United States worked to face the challenges of World War II and the Manhattan Project raced to harness nuclear power.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42378

Friday, April 22, 2016

11:00 AM Choices Given, Choices Made: White Working-Class Women in the Postwar Era
Mary Patrice Erdmans, Ph.D., professor of sociology at Case Western Reserve University, examines the life stories of five sisters who came of age in Michigan after World War II, and how family, faith, and motherhood shaped their life experiences within the larger historical context of postwar America.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42380

Saturday, April 23, 2016

10:00 AM Posters and Patriotism

Posters were used to help inspire patriotism during World War II. Participants will view the propaganda poster display from the Detroit Historical Society, and then create a poster to take home illustrating their love of country today.

 

1:00 PM Look! Up in the Sky: A History of Science Fiction during the 1940s
This presentation with Donald Ramlow, professor at Western Michigan University, will include viewing of science fiction material from the 1940s, including highlights of films, authors and magazines of the era, as well as personal anecdotes from people who were involved in science fiction of the 1940s.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

11:00 AM The Detroit Tigers During World War II and Subsequent Integration of Baseball
After the U.S. entered World War II, most teams were stripped of their best players.  Baseball historian William M. Anderson, Ph.D., profiles this unique chapter in baseball history when prime players were scarce and even a one-armed outfielder played regularly for the St. Louis Browns.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42381

Thursday, April 28, 2016

11:00 AM A Thousand Letters Home: The Journey of the Letters
Teresa K. Irish, author of A Thousand Letters Home, takes you on an inspirational, entertaining, educational, and life-affirming journey based on the 1,000 letters her father wrote home from World War II. She gives a firsthand account through the eyes, heart and words of one soldier, and mirrors the journeys of many who served in WWII.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42382

Friday, April 29, 2016

11:00 AM Making Jobs Just: The FEPC Reshaping the American Workplace in World War II
Elizabeth Faue, Ph.D., chair of the history department at Wayne State University, explores the origins, establishment, and impact of the Fair Employment Practice Committee, created by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1940 and charged with recruiting and employing minority and women workers, who faced considerable opposition in industrial jobs both prior to and during the war.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42383

Thursday, May 05, 2016

7:00 PM Victory and Its Echoes: From FDR to Reagan
Pulitzer Prize finalist, commentator and author H.W. Brands, Ph.D., recounts how the American victory in World War II established the United States as the foremost power on the planet. It also made the American economy the wonder of the world. The story of the next 50 years is how those developments influenced American life and American relations with the world.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #:42384

Friday, May 06, 2016

11:00 AM The Dollmaker: Book Discussion
Harriette Simpson Arnow’s 1954 bestseller The Dollmaker tells the heartbreaking story of the Nevels family as they move from the Kentucky backwoods to the foreign city life of Detroit during World War II. Join us for a book discussion led by Macomb Community College librarian Cassandra Spieles.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 41592

Saturday, May 07, 2016

1:00 PM Stories of Service
Hear stories from a panel of World War II veterans as they share their experiences of war and homecoming. Brian Louwers, staff writer at C&G Newspapers, and John Lind, director of the Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum, will facilitate this interactive discussion.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42385

Macomb Center of the Performing Arts

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Friday, February 19, 2016

6:00 PM The Price Is Right Live - SOLD OUT
The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to "Come On Down" to win.  Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car!  Play classic games from television's longest running and most popular game show from Plinko™,  to Cliffhangers™,  to The Big Wheel™, and even the fabulous  Showcase. Playing to near sold-out audiences for nearly nine years, The Price Is Right Live! has given away more than 10 million dollars in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.If you enjoy the rush of emotions experienced while watching the show on television, just imagine the possibilities if you were actually in the audience watching it live.

No purchase necessary to become a contestant? Click on the "Rules" link to learn more Rules.

Purchase Tickets: $56.50, $34


9:00 PM The Price Is Right Live - SOLD OUT
The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to "Come On Down" to win.  Prizes may include appliances, vacations and possibly a new car!  Play classic games from television's longest running and most popular game show from Plinko™,  to Cliffhangers™,  to The Big Wheel™, and even the fabulous  Showcase. Playing to near sold-out audiences for nearly nine years, The Price Is Right Live! has given away more than 10 million dollars in cash and prizes and sold more than 1.2 million tickets.If you enjoy the rush of emotions experienced while watching the show on television, just imagine the possibilities if you were actually in the audience watching it live.

No purchase necessary to become a contestant? Click on the "Rules" link to learn more Rules.

Purchase Tickets: $56.50, $34


Sunday, February 28, 2016

3:00 PM Celtic Nights—Spirit of Freedom

Celebrate 100 years of Irish independence through traditional dance, music, and song. Spirit of Freedom tells the story of Irish independence, beginning 100 years ago with the Easter Rising, honoring the struggle of a people fighting to gain freedom, independence, and true democracy. Six of Ireland’s most accomplished dancers mirror six of its finest voices to present a spellbinding and exhilarating picture of a proud people and their passion.


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A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Friday, April 01, 2016

8:00 PM Detroit Symphony Orchestra
presents William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's inaugural season of residency at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts! Hear the DSO in its full symphonic splendor right here in Clinton Township. 


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Prices start at $25 ($10 student)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Sunday, April 03, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM All That Jazz
with pianist, Anastasia Rizikov
Guest Conductor, Nan Washburn

Program to include:
George Gershwin, Crazy For You Overture
Dave Brubeck, It's About Time
George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue
Duke Ellington, Suite from The River
Ted Ricketts, Satchmo! (Tribute to Louis Armstrong)


TICKET INFORMATION
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Prices start at $23 ($10 college student)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
For your convenience, the Box Office is also open 90 minutes prior to each performance. 
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Sunday, April 10, 2016

12:00 AM Masterpieces of the 18th Century
performed by MACOMB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The color of the Baroque era meets the poise and tunefulness of the Classical period! This special performance by the “Macomb Chamber Orchestra” honors both musical traditions in celebration of the 18th Century… a time when smaller ensembles began their evolution into the symphony orchestra.
J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #1 highlights many fine wind players from the MSO. Also on the “windy side,” the Water Music by Handel gained favor with King George I of England. George II called upon Handel for coronation anthems, one of which was Zadok the Priest. The Macomb Chorale joins the orchestra for this stirring choral work.

“Almost” Classical are Haydn’s Symphony #19, an early masterpiece for the newly evolving orchestra. And rounding out the Classical portion is Symphony in C Major by C.P.E. Bach, Johann Sebastian’s second son, who made more impact during the mid-18th Century than his famous father.
Join us and learn why we like to say, “If it ain’t baroque, no need to fix it.”

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Prices start at $20

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Friday, May 06, 2016

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Saturday, May 07, 2016

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Friday, May 13, 2016

8:00 PM Detroit Symphony Orchestra
presents William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's inaugural season of residency at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts! Hear the DSO in its full symphonic splendor right here in Clinton Township. 


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Prices start at $25 ($10 student)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Comedy

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM An Evening of Storytelling with Garrison Keillor

“His presentation was fantastic…the sold-out audience was on their feet.”—The Fulton Theatre

Join master storyteller and award-winning radio host of Public Radio’s A Prairie Home Companion, as he shares hilarious anecdotes about growing up in the American Midwest, the people of Lake Wobegon, and “late-life fatherhood.” With a wonderful, dry sense of humor (and sometimes with music), Keillor captivates audiences using his unique blend of comedy, class, charisma, and wisdom.


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Prices start at $50

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Sunday, May 08, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Jeanne Robertson - SOLD OUT

“Jeanne Robertson is like the aunt you can’t wait to talk to at the family reunion…that keeps the whole family in stitches.”—The Carlisle Theater

Turning 70 years young this year, humorist Robertson continues to charm audiences with her humorous observations about life around her. This former Miss North Carolina, standing tall at six-foot-two, has an infectious personality, heart and sense of humor. Some of her most popular anecdotes include “Don’t Go to Vegas Without A Baptist,” “Don’t Bungee Jump Naked,” and “Don’t Send a Man to the Grocery Store.” Robertson’s witty depiction of everyday situations never fails to have audiences of all ages rolling with laughter. Don’t miss this performance by a truly funny lady!


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Prices start at $29

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Community Partner Rental Events

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Sunday, April 03, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM All That Jazz
with pianist, Anastasia Rizikov
Guest Conductor, Nan Washburn

Program to include:
George Gershwin, Crazy For You Overture
Dave Brubeck, It's About Time
George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue
Duke Ellington, Suite from The River
Ted Ricketts, Satchmo! (Tribute to Louis Armstrong)


TICKET INFORMATION
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Prices start at $23 ($10 college student)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
For your convenience, the Box Office is also open 90 minutes prior to each performance. 
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Sunday, April 10, 2016

12:00 AM Masterpieces of the 18th Century
performed by MACOMB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The color of the Baroque era meets the poise and tunefulness of the Classical period! This special performance by the “Macomb Chamber Orchestra” honors both musical traditions in celebration of the 18th Century… a time when smaller ensembles began their evolution into the symphony orchestra.
J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #1 highlights many fine wind players from the MSO. Also on the “windy side,” the Water Music by Handel gained favor with King George I of England. George II called upon Handel for coronation anthems, one of which was Zadok the Priest. The Macomb Chorale joins the orchestra for this stirring choral work.

“Almost” Classical are Haydn’s Symphony #19, an early masterpiece for the newly evolving orchestra. And rounding out the Classical portion is Symphony in C Major by C.P.E. Bach, Johann Sebastian’s second son, who made more impact during the mid-18th Century than his famous father.
Join us and learn why we like to say, “If it ain’t baroque, no need to fix it.”

TICKET INFORMATION
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Prices start at $20

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
For your convenience, the Box Office is also open 90 minutes prior to each performance. 
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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Dance

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Sunday, February 28, 2016

3:00 PM Celtic Nights—Spirit of Freedom

Celebrate 100 years of Irish independence through traditional dance, music, and song. Spirit of Freedom tells the story of Irish independence, beginning 100 years ago with the Easter Rising, honoring the struggle of a people fighting to gain freedom, independence, and true democracy. Six of Ireland’s most accomplished dancers mirror six of its finest voices to present a spellbinding and exhilarating picture of a proud people and their passion.


TICKET INFORMATION
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Prices start at $40 ($20 student)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
For your convenience, the Box Office is also open 90 minutes prior to each performance. 
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Saturday, April 30, 2016

8:00 PM - 10:30 PM 25th Anniversary Celebration
performed by EISENHOWER DANCE ENSEMBLE
7:30 Prelude with EDC Student Companies)
Michigan's finest contemporary dance company concludes its 25th season with a breathtaking program of new and favorite repertory. Come revel with past and present Eisenhower dancers in an extraordinary evening of artistry, athleticism and sheer joy!



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Prices start at $25

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Friday, May 06, 2016

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
For your convenience, the Box Office is also open 90 minutes prior to each performance. 
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Saturday, May 07, 2016

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Education & Enrichment

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Sunday, March 06, 2016

3:00 PM Romeo & Juliet

by William Shakespeare
presented by Aquila Theatre

“Beautifully spoken, dramatically revealing and crystalline in effect.”—The New Yorker

The Aquila Theatre brings its innovative style and dynamic physical approach to Shakespeare’s most famous and heartbreaking play. Recognized worldwide as one of theater’s most iconic couples, Romeo and Juliet are the very archetype of tragic young lovers. These star-crossed lovers will take your breath away in Aquila’s striking and moving adaptation of The Bard’s classic tragedy.


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Prices start at $25 ($15 student)

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Friday, April 22, 2016

7:30 PM The Macombers Fall Extravaganza
Family entertainment in a "something for everyone" performance best describes the highly choreographed show choir ensemble known throughout the state as The Macombers, the Goodwill Ambassadors of Macomb Community College. Join us in the fall for the The Fall Extravaganza, an afternoon of song and dance by the talented troupe, The Macombers, along with a special performance by Magic Company. The Spring Extravaganza will feature The Macombers with a special performance by the Garfield Singers. A performance you won't want to miss!

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$18 ($10 children 12 & under)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Monday, April 25, 2016

7:30 PM Macomb Children's Chorus
Come warm your heart as the talented young singers of the Macomb Children's Chorus take center stage in their Winter and Spring Concerts.


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$7 ($5 student)

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Family Entertainment

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

10:00 AM Charlotte's Web
performed by All The World's A Stage

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Wed. Mar. 23, 10am & Thu. Mar. 24, 10am, $6
Wed. Mar. 23, 7pm, $10 in advance, $12 at the door

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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7:00 PM Charlotte's Web
performed by All The World's A Stage

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Thursday, March 24, 2016

10:00 AM Charlotte's Web
performed by All The World's A Stage

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Wed. Mar. 23, 7pm, $10 in advance, $12 at the door

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Friday, April 01, 2016

8:00 PM Detroit Symphony Orchestra
presents William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's inaugural season of residency at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts! Hear the DSO in its full symphonic splendor right here in Clinton Township. 


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Sunday, April 03, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM All That Jazz
with pianist, Anastasia Rizikov
Guest Conductor, Nan Washburn

Program to include:
George Gershwin, Crazy For You Overture
Dave Brubeck, It's About Time
George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue
Duke Ellington, Suite from The River
Ted Ricketts, Satchmo! (Tribute to Louis Armstrong)


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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Sunday, April 10, 2016

12:00 AM Masterpieces of the 18th Century
performed by MACOMB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The color of the Baroque era meets the poise and tunefulness of the Classical period! This special performance by the “Macomb Chamber Orchestra” honors both musical traditions in celebration of the 18th Century… a time when smaller ensembles began their evolution into the symphony orchestra.
J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #1 highlights many fine wind players from the MSO. Also on the “windy side,” the Water Music by Handel gained favor with King George I of England. George II called upon Handel for coronation anthems, one of which was Zadok the Priest. The Macomb Chorale joins the orchestra for this stirring choral work.

“Almost” Classical are Haydn’s Symphony #19, an early masterpiece for the newly evolving orchestra. And rounding out the Classical portion is Symphony in C Major by C.P.E. Bach, Johann Sebastian’s second son, who made more impact during the mid-18th Century than his famous father.
Join us and learn why we like to say, “If it ain’t baroque, no need to fix it.”

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Chris Perondi's Stunt Dog Experience

With star performances on The Tonight Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Animal Planet’s Pet Stars, these canine daredevils will thrill the entire family with doggone amazing tricks. From world-class Frisbee-catching dogs, the Stunt Dog triathlon, weave pole challenges, to the famous high-jumping phenomenon—the most athletic and talented dogs in the world, all adopted from shelters and pounds across the country, will wow you with their interactive showdowns judged by audience applause!


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4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Chris Perondi's Stunt Dog Experience

With star performances on The Tonight Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Animal Planet’s Pet Stars, these canine daredevils will thrill the entire family with doggone amazing tricks. From world-class Frisbee-catching dogs, the Stunt Dog triathlon, weave pole challenges, to the famous high-jumping phenomenon—the most athletic and talented dogs in the world, all adopted from shelters and pounds across the country, will wow you with their interactive showdowns judged by audience applause!


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Friday, April 22, 2016

7:30 PM The Macombers Fall Extravaganza
Family entertainment in a "something for everyone" performance best describes the highly choreographed show choir ensemble known throughout the state as The Macombers, the Goodwill Ambassadors of Macomb Community College. Join us in the fall for the The Fall Extravaganza, an afternoon of song and dance by the talented troupe, The Macombers, along with a special performance by Magic Company. The Spring Extravaganza will feature The Macombers with a special performance by the Garfield Singers. A performance you won't want to miss!

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$18 ($10 children 12 & under)

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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Monday, April 25, 2016

7:30 PM Macomb Children's Chorus
Come warm your heart as the talented young singers of the Macomb Children's Chorus take center stage in their Winter and Spring Concerts.


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$7 ($5 student)

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Friday, May 06, 2016

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Saturday, May 07, 2016

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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7:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Wizard of Oz
performed by Macomb Ballet Company

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Prices start at $12 ($5 Fri. 10am only)

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Friday, May 13, 2016

8:00 PM Detroit Symphony Orchestra
presents William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's inaugural season of residency at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts! Hear the DSO in its full symphonic splendor right here in Clinton Township. 


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Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Saturday, May 14, 2016

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr.

Join Alice’s madcap adventures in Wonderland as she chases the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with the Tweedles, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar, and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game! This fast-paced stage adaptation of Alice in Wonderland features updated dialogue and new arrangements of such classic Disney songs as “I’m Late,” “The Unbirthday Song” and “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.”


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$12 in advance, $15 at the door
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr.

Join Alice’s madcap adventures in Wonderland as she chases the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with the Tweedles, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar, and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game! This fast-paced stage adaptation of Alice in Wonderland features updated dialogue and new arrangements of such classic Disney songs as “I’m Late,” “The Unbirthday Song” and “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.”


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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Music

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Sunday, February 28, 2016

3:00 PM Celtic Nights—Spirit of Freedom

Celebrate 100 years of Irish independence through traditional dance, music, and song. Spirit of Freedom tells the story of Irish independence, beginning 100 years ago with the Easter Rising, honoring the struggle of a people fighting to gain freedom, independence, and true democracy. Six of Ireland’s most accomplished dancers mirror six of its finest voices to present a spellbinding and exhilarating picture of a proud people and their passion.


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Saturday, March 05, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM The Hit Men:

featuring Former Stars of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

Experience the greatest hits of the 60s, 70s and 80s the way you first heard them…from the guys who made and played them all. Not the cast from Jersey Boys or a tribute show. Not a Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons cover band. Members of this super group of musicians, vocalists, arrangers and composers actually were the Four Seasons who sang with Frankie Valli. They were the Shondells who sang with Tommy James. They are the authentic rock and rollers whose legacy includes hundreds of hit songs like “Oh What a Night,” “Peace Train,” “You’re So Vain” and more.


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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Saturday, March 12, 2016

7:30 PM The Tender Land

by Aaron Copeland
presented by MICHIGAN OPERA THEATRE
In partnership with MACOMB CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The Tender Land is the quintessential American opera composed by Aaron Copeland, the Dean of American composers. His music is readily recognizable and speaks of the American landscape. The opera is about a traditional, humble, rural 1930s family suspicious of outsiders and their morals. When two worldly drifters arrive seeking work on the Moss family farm, their daughter Laurie, about to graduate from high school, falls in love with one of them and is torn between her roots and her desire to explore the world. In 1971, David DiChiera mounted a major revival that was conducted by the composer. The March 2016 performances are based on the MOT production.


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Prices start at $55

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Sunday, March 13, 2016

2:30 PM The Tender Land

by Aaron Copeland
presented by MICHIGAN OPERA THEATRE
In partnership with MACOMB CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The Tender Land is the quintessential American opera composed by Aaron Copeland, the Dean of American composers. His music is readily recognizable and speaks of the American landscape. The opera is about a traditional, humble, rural 1930s family suspicious of outsiders and their morals. When two worldly drifters arrive seeking work on the Moss family farm, their daughter Laurie, about to graduate from high school, falls in love with one of them and is torn between her roots and her desire to explore the world. In 1971, David DiChiera mounted a major revival that was conducted by the composer. The March 2016 performances are based on the MOT production.


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Prices start at $55

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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Saturday, March 19, 2016

8:00 PM Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins & Anaïs Mitchell Together On Stage

In a highly anticipated national tour, three supremely gifted singer-songwriters share the stage, joining forces in celebration of American songwriting that seeks the heart’s core. Grammy-winner Patty Griffin “digs deep into introspective lyrics…[using] the silence between notes to create shimmering music you won’t soon forget” (American Songwriter); Nickel Creek co-founder Sara Watkins creates “a sound that’s gritty and determined to avoid clichés” (BBC Music); and Anaïs Mitchell is “writing material that stands comparison with the great singer-songwriters,” including Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen (Daily Telegraph).


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Friday, April 01, 2016

8:00 PM Detroit Symphony Orchestra
presents William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's inaugural season of residency at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts! Hear the DSO in its full symphonic splendor right here in Clinton Township. 


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Prices start at $25 ($10 student)

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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Sunday, April 03, 2016

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM All That Jazz
with pianist, Anastasia Rizikov
Guest Conductor, Nan Washburn

Program to include:
George Gershwin, Crazy For You Overture
Dave Brubeck, It's About Time
George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue
Duke Ellington, Suite from The River
Ted Ricketts, Satchmo! (Tribute to Louis Armstrong)


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Prices start at $23 ($10 college student)

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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Saturday, April 09, 2016

7:30 PM - 9:30 PM An Evening with Branford Marsalis

“Saxophonist Marsalis leads one of the most cohesive, intense small jazz ensembles on the scene today....”—Associated Press

NEA Jazz Master, renowned Grammy Award®winning saxophonist, and Tony Award® nominee Branford Marsalis is one of the most revered instrumentalists of his time. Leader of one of the finest jazz quartets today, and a frequent soloist with classical ensembles, Marsalis’ most current recording with his quartet is Four MFs Playin’ Tunes. On this album, the song takes center stage, with the band members bringing their considerable musical expertise to bear, as they focus on each tune as an important musical entity unto itself and not merely a vehicle for showcasing individual talent.


 

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Sunday, April 10, 2016

12:00 AM Masterpieces of the 18th Century
performed by MACOMB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

The color of the Baroque era meets the poise and tunefulness of the Classical period! This special performance by the “Macomb Chamber Orchestra” honors both musical traditions in celebration of the 18th Century… a time when smaller ensembles began their evolution into the symphony orchestra.
J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #1 highlights many fine wind players from the MSO. Also on the “windy side,” the Water Music by Handel gained favor with King George I of England. George II called upon Handel for coronation anthems, one of which was Zadok the Priest. The Macomb Chorale joins the orchestra for this stirring choral work.

“Almost” Classical are Haydn’s Symphony #19, an early masterpiece for the newly evolving orchestra. And rounding out the Classical portion is Symphony in C Major by C.P.E. Bach, Johann Sebastian’s second son, who made more impact during the mid-18th Century than his famous father.
Join us and learn why we like to say, “If it ain’t baroque, no need to fix it.”

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Prices start at $20

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Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Friday, April 22, 2016

7:30 PM The Macombers Fall Extravaganza
Family entertainment in a "something for everyone" performance best describes the highly choreographed show choir ensemble known throughout the state as The Macombers, the Goodwill Ambassadors of Macomb Community College. Join us in the fall for the The Fall Extravaganza, an afternoon of song and dance by the talented troupe, The Macombers, along with a special performance by Magic Company. The Spring Extravaganza will feature The Macombers with a special performance by the Garfield Singers. A performance you won't want to miss!

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$18 ($10 children 12 & under)

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Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Monday, April 25, 2016

7:30 PM Macomb Children's Chorus
Come warm your heart as the talented young singers of the Macomb Children's Chorus take center stage in their Winter and Spring Concerts.


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$7 ($5 student)

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Friday, May 13, 2016

8:00 PM Detroit Symphony Orchestra
presents William Davidson Neighborhood Concert Series

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's inaugural season of residency at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts! Hear the DSO in its full symphonic splendor right here in Clinton Township. 


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Friday, May 20, 2016

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM It's In The Water

performed by MACOMB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Movement as fluid as the tides of the ocean or ripples in a puddle… water, in all its forms, has inspired composers for centuries.

We’ll start this sampling of watery works with “The Big Muddy,” which musically represents the separation of our great country, east from west. Ferde Grofe’s Mississippi Suite presents four pictures of life on the river with great charm and a splash of Americana.

Meanwhile, abroad there are more picturesque rivers and lakes to provide musical inspiration. The Moldau is a favorite tone poem by Bedrich Smetana, whose wonder-filled melodies help us imagine events on the mighty river.
Two flowing waltzes round out the evening’s offerings. The Waltz Festival of the Vistula is rare, beautiful, and not to be missed. The Beautiful Blue Danube is so familiar; it often serves as an “unofficial theme for Viennese Life.”

Feel free to dance in the aisles, or let the music just wash over you.


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Macomb Center of the Performing Arts - Special Events

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Saturday, March 12, 2016

7:30 PM The Tender Land

by Aaron Copeland
presented by MICHIGAN OPERA THEATRE
In partnership with MACOMB CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The Tender Land is the quintessential American opera composed by Aaron Copeland, the Dean of American composers. His music is readily recognizable and speaks of the American landscape. The opera is about a traditional, humble, rural 1930s family suspicious of outsiders and their morals. When two worldly drifters arrive seeking work on the Moss family farm, their daughter Laurie, about to graduate from high school, falls in love with one of them and is torn between her roots and her desire to explore the world. In 1971, David DiChiera mounted a major revival that was conducted by the composer. The March 2016 performances are based on the MOT production.


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Prices start at $55

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm
Friday, 12pm-6pm
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Sunday, March 13, 2016

2:30 PM The Tender Land

by Aaron Copeland
presented by MICHIGAN OPERA THEATRE
In partnership with MACOMB CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The Tender Land is the quintessential American opera composed by Aaron Copeland, the Dean of American composers. His music is readily recognizable and speaks of the American landscape. The opera is about a traditional, humble, rural 1930s family suspicious of outsiders and their morals. When two worldly drifters arrive seeking work on the Moss family farm, their daughter Laurie, about to graduate from high school, falls in love with one of them and is torn between her roots and her desire to explore the world. In 1971, David DiChiera mounted a major revival that was conducted by the composer. The March 2016 performances are based on the MOT production.


TICKET INFORMATION
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Prices start at $55

A $4 handling fee per order applies in person, online, or by phone.

Box Office Hours:
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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Start Day 2016 One Billion Rising Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
One Billion Rising and V-Day, celebrated on February 14th, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. It is grounded in four core beliefs: 
-Art has the power to transform and inspire
-Lasting social change is spread by ORDINARY people doing EXTRAORDINARY things
-Local women best know what their communities need and can become unstoppable leaders
-One must look at the intersection of race, class and gender to understand violence against women
Join students, faculty, staff and community members to view the student-created exhibit. The exhibit will display cloth and paper dolls which have been contributed by students of all majors from previous semesters’ service learning events. The dolls reflect a variety of experiences and triumphs!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41458

Friday, February 12, 2016

All Day 2016 One Billion Rising Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
One Billion Rising and V-Day, celebrated on February 14th, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. It is grounded in four core beliefs: 
-Art has the power to transform and inspire
-Lasting social change is spread by ORDINARY people doing EXTRAORDINARY things
-Local women best know what their communities need and can become unstoppable leaders
-One must look at the intersection of race, class and gender to understand violence against women
Join students, faculty, staff and community members to view the student-created exhibit. The exhibit will display cloth and paper dolls which have been contributed by students of all majors from previous semesters’ service learning events. The dolls reflect a variety of experiences and triumphs!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41458
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Blackrock by Judy Lee Burke: A Macomb Community College Author Speaks
Judy Lee Burke is the author of Blackrock, a novel that takes us into the world of Laine Sullivan. A former NOVAS undercover operative and internationally known architectural designer, Sullivan comes out of retirement to take an assignment in Ireland riddled with secrets—money laundering, murder, hidden agendas and false identities. Laine takes action when she accepts Miles Bourke’s invitation to design a party room in his lighthouse tower on Blackrock Island. As she embarks on a promising new relationship with Bourke, her new boss, she struggles with her past—and her quest for the truth in a covert world of espionage. 

Judy Lee Burke was born in Detroit, Michigan. She became a student reporter for The Michigan Daily at University of Michigan and The Villanovan at Villanova University. She co-authored a textbook and edited Simon and Schuster’s Handbook for Writers. As a consultant, she revised Literature and the Writing Process for Prentice Hall. Her articles appear in Grosse Pointe Magazine, and her work was featured on CBS WWJ Newswatch during the filming of Clint Eastwood’s Gran Torino. As a plein air painter, she painted the cover of her novel set in Ireland.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

All Day 2016 One Billion Rising Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
One Billion Rising and V-Day, celebrated on February 14th, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. It is grounded in four core beliefs: 
-Art has the power to transform and inspire
-Lasting social change is spread by ORDINARY people doing EXTRAORDINARY things
-Local women best know what their communities need and can become unstoppable leaders
-One must look at the intersection of race, class and gender to understand violence against women
Join students, faculty, staff and community members to view the student-created exhibit. The exhibit will display cloth and paper dolls which have been contributed by students of all majors from previous semesters’ service learning events. The dolls reflect a variety of experiences and triumphs!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41458

Sunday, February 14, 2016

All Day 2016 One Billion Rising Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
One Billion Rising and V-Day, celebrated on February 14th, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. It is grounded in four core beliefs: 
-Art has the power to transform and inspire
-Lasting social change is spread by ORDINARY people doing EXTRAORDINARY things
-Local women best know what their communities need and can become unstoppable leaders
-One must look at the intersection of race, class and gender to understand violence against women
Join students, faculty, staff and community members to view the student-created exhibit. The exhibit will display cloth and paper dolls which have been contributed by students of all majors from previous semesters’ service learning events. The dolls reflect a variety of experiences and triumphs!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41458

Monday, February 15, 2016

All Day 2016 One Billion Rising Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
One Billion Rising and V-Day, celebrated on February 14th, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. It is grounded in four core beliefs: 
-Art has the power to transform and inspire
-Lasting social change is spread by ORDINARY people doing EXTRAORDINARY things
-Local women best know what their communities need and can become unstoppable leaders
-One must look at the intersection of race, class and gender to understand violence against women
Join students, faculty, staff and community members to view the student-created exhibit. The exhibit will display cloth and paper dolls which have been contributed by students of all majors from previous semesters’ service learning events. The dolls reflect a variety of experiences and triumphs!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41458
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM A Path Appears: Film Viewing & Discussion
A Path Appears follows intrepid reporters Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn and actor/advocates Malin Akerman, Mia Farrow, Ronan Farrow, Jennifer Garner, Regina Hall, Ashley Judd, Blake Lively, Eva Longoria and Alfre Woodard to Colombia, Haiti, Kenya and throughout the United States as they uncover the harshest forms of gender-based oppression and human rights violations, as well as the effective solutions being implemented to combat them.
The three-part series aired on PBS in early 2015 as a special presentation of Independent Lens as part of the highly regarded Women and Girls Lead initiative. Through heartrending, inspiring storytelling, A Path Appears takes viewers on a journey across the country, and across the globe, to drive home the universality of gender inequality and the roots of vulnerability. The series leads viewers to a deeper understanding of these critical issues and the proven methods of bringing about change.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41457

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

End Day 2016 One Billion Rising Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
One Billion Rising and V-Day, celebrated on February 14th, is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. It is grounded in four core beliefs: 
-Art has the power to transform and inspire
-Lasting social change is spread by ORDINARY people doing EXTRAORDINARY things
-Local women best know what their communities need and can become unstoppable leaders
-One must look at the intersection of race, class and gender to understand violence against women
Join students, faculty, staff and community members to view the student-created exhibit. The exhibit will display cloth and paper dolls which have been contributed by students of all majors from previous semesters’ service learning events. The dolls reflect a variety of experiences and triumphs!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41458

Thursday, February 25, 2016

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM When You Get There: An Autobiography by Jennifer Carroll: Book Discussion
In 2010, Jennifer Carroll made history as the first African American and the first woman elected to the position of Lieutenant Governor in the state of Florida. As Lieutenant Governor, her duties included assisting the Governor with economic development and foreign trade, overseeing the Florida Department of Military Affairs and the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs, and serving as Chairperson of Space Florida.
She was also the Governor’s Designee on the Florida Defense Support Task Force and Chairperson on the Governor’s Task Force on Citizen Safety and Protection. Highlights of her work include: meeting with Congressional and Pentagon officials to advocate for Florida’s $65 billion military economy and defense industry, efforts which resulted in increased military positions, construction funding, and defense contract opportunities for Florida’s businesses; leading trade missions to South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, which led to $70 million in new trade between Florida and those countries; and helping to create thousands of new private sector, space and aerospace jobs in Florida through her work as Chairwoman of Space Florida.
Sponsored by the African American History and Culture Committee (AAHCC) and the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII). Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41459

Monday, February 29, 2016

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Smyrna: The Destruction of a Cosmopolitan City: Film Viewing
In this biography of a city, award-winning filmmaker Maria Iliou and historical consultant Alexander Kitroeff tell the story of Iliou’s ancestral home, the port of Smyrna (now Izmir), which grew on the Aegean coast of the Ottoman Empire into a thriving, international center of culture, commerce and tolerance, only, literally, to be reduced to ashes in eight days in 1922 by flames, which raged in the aftermath of World War I. In layers of measured historical commentary and never-before-seen film footage and photographs, Iliou and Kitroeff bring this epitome of a cosmopolitan ideal back to its remarkable life. This moving documentary testifies to the best and worst of humanity—an early 20th century prophecy of the turbulence to come, and a harsh, yet inspiring warning at the start of the 21st century.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41460

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Conspiracy Theories: A Philosophical Presentation
Conspiracy theories are quite prominent in current American culture. Often the use of the term “conspiracy theory” is derogatory in nature, allowing a rejection to the proffered theory outright. However, conspiracy theories can be useful tools for thinking about the nature of reasoning and explanation. Speaker Mark Huston will present some of the most recent academic and popular literature on conspiracy theories and how conspiracy theories can be used as a tool to explore reasoning, explanation and other topics of philosophical interest.
Mark Huston is currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan. His philosophical interests are in the areas of mind, epistemology, aesthetics and film. He has published in the journal, Ratio, The Journal of Philosophical Research and Film, and Philosophy. He has also published book reviews in the magazine Philosophy Now. Additionally, his essays are included in the book Tennis and Philosophy: What the Racket is All About and in Golf and Philosophy: Lessons From.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisorin order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41461

Thursday, March 03, 2016

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Celebrating Women’s History Month: The Iron Lady: Film Viewing
One of the 20th century’s most famous and influential women and the first and only female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher came from nowhere to smash through barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male-dominated world. Now, elderly and a virtual prisoner in her own home due to her concerned staff and daughter Carol, Thatcher looks back on her life as she clears out her late husband Denis’s clothes for the Oxfam shop. Denis is seen as being her rock as she first enters parliament and then runs for the leadership of the Conservative Party, culminating in her eventual premiership. Now his ghost joins her to comment on her successes and failures. The Iron Lady is a surprising and intimate portrait of Margaret Thatcher.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41462
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Multicultural Film Series: Tim’s Vermeer
Tim Jenison, a Texas-based inventor, attempts to solve one of the greatest mysteries in all of art: How did Dutch master Johannes Vermeer manage to paint so photo-realistically 150 years before the invention of photography? Spanning a decade, Jenison’s adventure takes him to Holland, on a pilgrimage to the North coast of Yorkshire to meet artist David Hockney, and eventually even to Buckingham Palace. The epic research project Jenison embarks on is as extraordinary as what he discovers.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41463
7:00 PM The Arsenal of Democracy: Detroit in World War II
A.J. Baime, journalist and author of the 2015 Michigan Notable Book, The Arsenal of Democracy: FDR, Detroit, and an Epic Quest to Arm an America at War, tells the story of the dramatic transformation of Detroit from "motortown" to the "Arsenal of Democracy," highlighting Edsel Ford, who rebelled against his pacifist father, Henry Ford, to build the industrial miracle Willow Run, a crucial component in winning the war.


MMII WebAdvisor Regstration #: 42354

Saturday, March 05, 2016

1:00 PM The Horror that No One Wanted to Remember: Detroit's Race Riot of 1943
People in metropolitan Detroit remember vividly the 1967 riots, but a quarter century before, Detroit had a riot that was much more viciously racial, requiring the intervention of the U.S. Army in the middle of World War II to end it. Jack Lessenberry, commentator on WUOM-FM, columnist for the Metro Times, and head of the journalism faculty at Wayne State University, takes a look back at a terrifying time.


MMII WebAdvisor Regstration #: 42355

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

11:00 AM Dr. Ralph J. Bunche: Early Civil Rights and Peace Pioneer
Barbara Jones of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at Wayne State University profiles the life of Ralph Bunche, a Detroit native who spent his life aiding the struggle of oppressed people in the United States and abroad, and who in 1950, became the first African American to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42356

Friday, March 11, 2016

11:00 AM The Michigan National Guard at D-Day & Beyond
Dan Heaton, author of three books on aviation history and current member of the Air National Guard, gives an overview of key actions by Michigan soldiers and airmen during World War II and the creation of the modern National Guard after the war.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42358

Saturday, March 12, 2016

1:00 PM The Baruch Plan: The First Attempt at Nuclear Disarmament
Macomb Community College Professor Elliott L. Meyrowitz, J.D., Ph.D., discusses the U.S. proposal for the international control of nuclear weapons and the avoidance of a future nuclear war that was presented at the first meeting of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission in June 1946.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #:

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

11:00 AM The All American Girls Professional Baseball League
Mary Moore played second base for professional women’s baseball teams the Springfield Sallies and the Battle Creek Belles. She will present on how and why the All American Girls Professional Baseball League was founded, along with her personal experiences as a player.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42362

Thursday, March 17, 2016

11:00 AM Detroit: Arsenal of Democracy
Armed forces veteran John Lind, founder of the Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum, will share how Detroit earned the moniker “Arsenal of Democracy,” as well as the region’s continuing role as the defense corridor of America, building even more than airplanes and tanks.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42363
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Mirror Image Symmetry: A Presentation
Erica Flapan, the Lingurn H. Burkhead Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College, will present on the topic of mirror image symmetry in life, in mathematics, and in chemistry. She will explain why it is important to determine whether a molecule has mirror image symmetry, and will also discuss the differences between a geometric, chemical, and topological approach to understanding mirror image symmetry. She will then present examples of molecules that are symmetric or asymmetric from different viewpoints including some of her own results about topologically asymmetric molecules. No background knowledge is necessary to understand this lecture.
Erica Flapan joined the faculty at Pomona College in 1986. In addition to teaching at Pomona College, Flapan has been teaching regularly at the Summer Mathematics Program for freshmen and sophomore women at Carleton College. Flapan has published extensively on topology and its applications to chemistry and molecular biology. In addition to her research papers, she has published an article in the College Mathematics Journal as well as three books. She just completed a new book intended for first-year college students that will be entitled Knots, Molecules, and the Universe: An Introduction to Topology. It will be published by the American Mathematical Society in time for the Joint Math Meetings in 2016.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41464
1:00 PM The Marshall Plan: America’s Finest Hour
Gary Flemming, Ph.D., professor of political science at Macomb Community College, will discuss the Marshall Plan, "America’s finest hour."  The lecture will focus on how the United States, in an attempt to relieve the suffering of post-World War II Europe, used foreign aid and loans to restructure the economic and political systems of the western European countries.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42368
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM The Life of Mathematician Erica Flapan: A Presentation
Erica Flapan, the Lingurn H. Burkhead Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College, will describe what it is like to be a woman in the field of mathematics. In this talk, she will describe her experience becoming a mathematician and developing her own style of teaching. She will give viewers a personal look into her unusual background: how she became a mathematician at a time when there weren’t many women in mathematics and how she went to an elementary school with no curriculum or educational agenda. Flapan will also describe what it means to her to be a good teacher of a subject she enjoys and how each person’s teaching methods should fit their personality and their mathematical preferences as well as the needs and goals of their courses and their students. While she had to overcome hurdles as a woman in math, she actually felt that math was the only field in which she could succeed. 
Erica Flapan joined the faculty at Pomona College in 1986. In addition to teaching at Pomona College, Flapan has been teaching regularly at the Summer Mathematics Program for freshmen and sophomore women at Carleton College. Flapan has published extensively in topology and its applications to chemistry and molecular biology. In addition to her research papers, she has published an article in the College Mathematics Journal as well as three books. She just completed a new book intended for first-year college students that will be entitled Knots, Molecules, and the Universe: An Introduction to Topology. It will be published by the American Mathematical Society in time for the Joint Math Meetings in 2016.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41466

Saturday, March 19, 2016

1:00 PM How Detroit Saved the World: The Willow Run Story
Randy Hotton, professional pilot and former executive director of the Yankee Air Museum tells the Willow Run story, starting with Roosevelt’s call in 1940 to build 50,000 airplanes per year, through the involvement of the auto industry and ultimately the construction of the Willow Run Bomber Plant, its role during the war, and future plans for the site.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42369

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

11:00 AM Forging Thunderbolts: Detroit Mobilizes for War
Professor Gregory Sumner, J.D., Ph.D., of University of Detroit Mercy, and author of the book Detroit in World War II, discusses the miraculous conversion of industry in the Motor City to war production, highlighting the contributions of Albert Kahn, Henry Ford and Rosie the Riveter.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42670

Thursday, March 31, 2016

11:00 AM Rosie the Riveters and their Stories
Past National President of the American Rosie the Riveter Association Donnaleen Lanktree shares the stories she’s collected through the years from actual Rosies about the jobs they performed, their experiences in the workforce, and the lasting influence of that time in their lives.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42371

Saturday, April 02, 2016

1:00 PM Jackie Robinson: Making it Around the Bases
Michael V. Placco, professor of history at Macomb Community College, talks about the life and times of Jack Roosevelt Robinson, from his birth in rural Georgia in 1919, through his distinguished baseball career of the 1940s and 1950s, concluding with his death in 1972 as an American hero and Civil Rights pioneer, the only player whose number, 42, is retired league-wide.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42382

Monday, April 04, 2016

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Bringing Imagination to Life for Windsor’s Youth Readers: A Service Learning Project
Join Macomb Community College’s students, staff, faculty and county residents as we collaborate with Windsor Public Library on an important literacy event.
Love of reading is often developed in one’s youth, and quite often visits to the local public library
may foster that love. An essential component to reading comprehension, plot understanding and the passion of dreaming a story “to life” is the ability to picture the characters, setting and scene. 
In this service learning project, participants will assist in the design and construction of small pictorial scenes common in youth literature: pastorals, castles, animals in nature, winter wonderlands, travel and exploration, and Canadian geography and culture. Upon completion, the pieces will be donated to Windsor Public Library for youth literacy events. The Library will provide supplies; bring your thoughts, enthusiasm and desire to serve!
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41528
(1 hour of service learning/MMII credit - come anytime between 10:00 am–3:00 pm)

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Classical French Cuisine in the Canadian Province of Quebec: A Center Stage Special Event
A long and cultivated history of French gastronomy is considered an honor not only in France, but also in surrounding and faraway cultures. Noted for classic technique, sophisticated and fine ingredients, exquisite presentation and a society where heritage, culture and food are intertwined, French contribution to culinary arts is endless. Quebec, a province in East-Central Canada, has French as its sole provincial language, and 80 of the population self-identifies as French, Québécois or French-speaking Canadian.
Join us for a rich and artistic French-inspired dinner, with commentary and cultural reflections from Chef Jean-Francois Faloppa, a French-born and trained chef certified as an Executive Pastry Chef (CEPC) and Culinary Educator (CCE). Dinner graciously prepared and served under the tutelage of Chef Scott O’Farrell, CEC, CEPC, CCA.
Participation in the dinner and reflective questions on French-Canadian cuisine culture qualifies partakers in .15 CEUs of credit towards the MMII C3 (Cultural Competency Certificate). To receive credit at the dinner, please see Dr. Gary Flemming or Dr. Cassandra Spieles that evening at Center Stage Restaurant. A portion of the ticket sales for this event will benefit the Study Abroad initiative at Macomb Community College. Please visit www.macomb.edu/mmii for more information on Study Abroad opportunities.
IMPORTANT: There is a $20 per person cost for the dinner, payable to the restaurant after the meal. There are no “walk ins” permitted; you must have a reservation by calling the Center Stage Restaurant at 586.286.2023. MMII/Macomb College Libraries cannot make reservations.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).

Thursday, April 07, 2016

1:00 PM Real to Reel: Green for Danger
Michael Broyles, professor of history at Macomb Community College, screens Green for Danger, a murder mystery set in an Elizabethan Manor house converted to a hospital in rural Britain during World War II. Period items on display will help illustrate the discussion.

Run time: 91 minutes

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42373

Friday, April 08, 2016

11:00 AM Detroit's Cold War: The Origins of Postwar Conservatism
Colleen Doody, Ph.D., professor of history at DePaul University and author of the book Detroit’s Cold War, uses Detroit as a case study, looking at how tensions within the American public led to the development of an anti-communist, conservative movement in the aftermath of World War II. 

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42374

Saturday, April 09, 2016

1:00 PM The Holocaust and the Nuremberg Trials: Their Impact on International Law
Professor Elliott L. Meyrowitz, J.D., Ph.D., returns to discuss how the Holocaust and the Nuremberg trials influenced the development of international criminal law and how the Nuremberg trials served as models for the Genocide Convention (1948), The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the Geneva Convention on the Laws and Customs of War (1949).

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42375

Monday, April 11, 2016

Start Day Bilingual Education—Canadian Language Education: A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”—Frank Smith, psycho linguist.
As a bilingual country, Canada’s educational system is presented with a unique benefit and challenge. How to properly incorporate both French and English into its educational system and way of life? In this student-created exhibit, Macomb Community College students studying Early Childhood Education, under the direction of Professor Brenda Alward, will research and develop a poster board project covering a variety of topics related to bilingual education in the Canadian provinces and territories.
Bilingual study may serve as evidence of a student’s capabilities, and bilingual language acquisition is often considered representation of a student’s ability to think analytically as well as to systematically acquire a large body of information. How does bilingual education affect and progress the Canadian student’s abilities, and what are the measurable benefits? Could American students have the same results and should we adopt more efforts to pursue bilingual education in our own K–12 environment? Come explore these ideas and others in this creative approach to one theme related to Canadian culture.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41529
Start Day Can-AD-a on Display: Advertising in Canada; A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
In September 2015, MediaPost and the Association of Canadian Advertisers reported that 92 percent of media-buying agencies say they are using programmatic media, even though 44 percent of those agencies were unsure what programmatic media is. What other transformations have occurred in Canadian advertising and marketing? How does Canadian advertising differ from American? This is your chance to find out, as Professor Joe Rice’s MKTG 2020 class (Advertising and Promotion Management) shares its student-created exhibit on advertising in Canada. Students will research and creatively report on various advertising topics as they relate to our northern neighbor. Topics featured will include advertising history, current trends, government involvement and advertising
standards.
Will the featured ads follow the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards and its 14 clauses? Perhaps participants will recognize some of the featured ads from past acclaim. Canadian agency Evidently, soared to excellence with its Dove campaign “Let’s Change One Thing.” That one thing? Expectations that girls need to modify their appearances to please others or to satisfy unrealistic beauty standards. The impact of advertising is undeniable and has the power to encourage cultural and societal sensitivities. 
Come and be inspired by this creative theme, represented in the research and creative efforts of Macomb’s own students.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41480
Start Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany.
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada. Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The
Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada.
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII). This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41481
Start Day Mathematics Exhibit: Canadian Statisticians (Multi-Day Event)
For the 10th consecutive semester, the Library will feature a student-created exhibit highlighting poster boards produced by students of Professor Jonathan Oaks. This exhibit will highlight famous Statisticians of Canada. Join us at this interactive exhibit to learn about the discovery each Canadian Statistician has made to advance statistics.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41479
Start Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41478
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Multicultural Film Series: Sabah
Sabah is 40, single, and an immigrant from Syria living in Toronto with her family. Since her father’s death, she has been made responsible for her mother’s well-being while her brother, Majid, has become the family authority. Majid is conservative and he insists on tradition. One day, when Sabah least expects it, she meets Stephen at a city swimming pool and she finds she has strong feelings for him, but she is Muslim and he is not. Unbeknownst to her brother and the rest of her family, she goes on a whirlwind affair causing both culture and love to collide.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41468

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

All Day Bilingual Education—Canadian Language Education: A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”—Frank Smith, psycho linguist.
As a bilingual country, Canada’s educational system is presented with a unique benefit and challenge. How to properly incorporate both French and English into its educational system and way of life? In this student-created exhibit, Macomb Community College students studying Early Childhood Education, under the direction of Professor Brenda Alward, will research and develop a poster board project covering a variety of topics related to bilingual education in the Canadian provinces and territories.
Bilingual study may serve as evidence of a student’s capabilities, and bilingual language acquisition is often considered representation of a student’s ability to think analytically as well as to systematically acquire a large body of information. How does bilingual education affect and progress the Canadian student’s abilities, and what are the measurable benefits? Could American students have the same results and should we adopt more efforts to pursue bilingual education in our own K–12 environment? Come explore these ideas and others in this creative approach to one theme related to Canadian culture.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41529
All Day Can-AD-a on Display: Advertising in Canada; A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
In September 2015, MediaPost and the Association of Canadian Advertisers reported that 92 percent of media-buying agencies say they are using programmatic media, even though 44 percent of those agencies were unsure what programmatic media is. What other transformations have occurred in Canadian advertising and marketing? How does Canadian advertising differ from American? This is your chance to find out, as Professor Joe Rice’s MKTG 2020 class (Advertising and Promotion Management) shares its student-created exhibit on advertising in Canada. Students will research and creatively report on various advertising topics as they relate to our northern neighbor. Topics featured will include advertising history, current trends, government involvement and advertising
standards.
Will the featured ads follow the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards and its 14 clauses? Perhaps participants will recognize some of the featured ads from past acclaim. Canadian agency Evidently, soared to excellence with its Dove campaign “Let’s Change One Thing.” That one thing? Expectations that girls need to modify their appearances to please others or to satisfy unrealistic beauty standards. The impact of advertising is undeniable and has the power to encourage cultural and societal sensitivities. 
Come and be inspired by this creative theme, represented in the research and creative efforts of Macomb’s own students.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41480
All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany.
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada. Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The
Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada.
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII). This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41481
All Day Mathematics Exhibit: Canadian Statisticians (Multi-Day Event)
For the 10th consecutive semester, the Library will feature a student-created exhibit highlighting poster boards produced by students of Professor Jonathan Oaks. This exhibit will highlight famous Statisticians of Canada. Join us at this interactive exhibit to learn about the discovery each Canadian Statistician has made to advance statistics.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41479
All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41478
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Into the Forest: Film Viewing
In the not too distant future, two young women who live in a remote ancient forest discover the world around them is on the brink of an apocalypse. Informed only by rumor, they fight intruders, disease, loneliness, and starvation. From Canadian director Patricia Rozema first released at the Toronto International Film Festival. Rozema has been hailed as one of the premiere female Canadian directors.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41469
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Into the Wind: Film Viewing
Into the Wind is a 2010 documentary film which chronicles the story of Terry Fox. At the age of 18, Fox was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. The cancer had taken over his right leg, which was then amputated six inches above the knee. However, three years later, Fox set out to raise funds for cancer research and raise awareness by running 30 miles a day from the Atlantic Ocean in Newfoundland to the Pacific Ocean in British Columbia, totaling over 4,000 miles. Two-thirds across Canada, Fox was once again diagnosed with cancer, which had spread to his lungs. Fox died at the age of 22, inspiring the Terry Fox Foundation.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41470

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Bilingual Education—Canadian Language Education: A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”—Frank Smith, psycho linguist.
As a bilingual country, Canada’s educational system is presented with a unique benefit and challenge. How to properly incorporate both French and English into its educational system and way of life? In this student-created exhibit, Macomb Community College students studying Early Childhood Education, under the direction of Professor Brenda Alward, will research and develop a poster board project covering a variety of topics related to bilingual education in the Canadian provinces and territories.
Bilingual study may serve as evidence of a student’s capabilities, and bilingual language acquisition is often considered representation of a student’s ability to think analytically as well as to systematically acquire a large body of information. How does bilingual education affect and progress the Canadian student’s abilities, and what are the measurable benefits? Could American students have the same results and should we adopt more efforts to pursue bilingual education in our own K–12 environment? Come explore these ideas and others in this creative approach to one theme related to Canadian culture.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41529
All Day Can-AD-a on Display: Advertising in Canada; A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
In September 2015, MediaPost and the Association of Canadian Advertisers reported that 92 percent of media-buying agencies say they are using programmatic media, even though 44 percent of those agencies were unsure what programmatic media is. What other transformations have occurred in Canadian advertising and marketing? How does Canadian advertising differ from American? This is your chance to find out, as Professor Joe Rice’s MKTG 2020 class (Advertising and Promotion Management) shares its student-created exhibit on advertising in Canada. Students will research and creatively report on various advertising topics as they relate to our northern neighbor. Topics featured will include advertising history, current trends, government involvement and advertising
standards.
Will the featured ads follow the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards and its 14 clauses? Perhaps participants will recognize some of the featured ads from past acclaim. Canadian agency Evidently, soared to excellence with its Dove campaign “Let’s Change One Thing.” That one thing? Expectations that girls need to modify their appearances to please others or to satisfy unrealistic beauty standards. The impact of advertising is undeniable and has the power to encourage cultural and societal sensitivities. 
Come and be inspired by this creative theme, represented in the research and creative efforts of Macomb’s own students.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41480
All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany.
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada. Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The
Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada.
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII). This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41481
All Day Mathematics Exhibit: Canadian Statisticians (Multi-Day Event)
For the 10th consecutive semester, the Library will feature a student-created exhibit highlighting poster boards produced by students of Professor Jonathan Oaks. This exhibit will highlight famous Statisticians of Canada. Join us at this interactive exhibit to learn about the discovery each Canadian Statistician has made to advance statistics.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41479
All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41478
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM First Nation Narrative
Native Americans have a rich story in the history of Canada and remain an important part of Canada’s future. Part of that story is contained in writings that have been left behind as well as those newly created. Born on the Penticton Indian Reserve in British Columbia, Jeannette C. Armstrong has used writing as a way of being included in this history. She is a fluent speaker of the Okanagan language and a student of her community’s traditional teachings. She notes, “I write because it is a way to contribute to the vast dialogue of the human spirit in its course through time. It is a way to reach others I may never meet in person now and in the future. I appreciate voices from the past like Pauline Johnson and my own great aunt, Mourning Dove. They are windows into a time and place I can never experience directly myself. I write because oral literature is now extremely vulnerable.” Join us as we read and analyze the poem Indian Woman by Jeannette C. Armstrong.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41471
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Dear Zachary: Film Viewing
In 2001, 28-year-old Dr. Andrew Bagby is found dead in a park in Pennsylvania. He had been shot by his ex-girlfriend, who then fled to Canada, where she was able to walk free on bail, pregnant with Andrew’s child, Zachary. Andrew’s enraged parents campaigned to gain custody of the child and convict their son’s killer. Filmmaker Kurt Kuenne pairs this story with home movies and interviews of those who knew Andrew, hoping to give his best friend’s son an opportunity to discover who his dad was.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41472
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Obasan by Joy Kogawa: Book Discussion
Set in Canada, Obasan centers on the memories and experiences of Naomi Nakane, a 36-year-old schoolteacher living in the rural Canadian town of Cecil, Alberta. The death of Naomi’s uncle, with whom she had lived as a child, leads Naomi to visit and care for her widowed aunt Aya, whom she refers to as Obasan (the Japanese word for “Aunt”). Her brief stay with Obasan becomes an occasion for Naomi to revisit and reconstruct the memory of her painful experiences as a child during and after World War II, with the aid of a box of correspondence and journals sent to her by her Aunt Emily, detailing the years of measures taken by the Canadian government against the Japanese citizens of Canada and their aftereffects. With Aunt Emily’s letters, Naomi learns what her mother suffered through. 
Although Obasan is fiction, the events, Parliamentary legal documents, and overall notion of racism mirror reality. Through the eyes of fictional characters, Kogawa tells the story of Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War.
Sponsored by the Learning Resources Advisory Committee (LRAC), the Macomb Multicultural Initiative (MMII), and the Macomb College Libraries.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41474
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Obasan by Joy Kogawa: Book Discussion
Set in Canada, Obasan centers on the memories and experiences of Naomi Nakane, a 36-year-old schoolteacher living in the rural Canadian town of Cecil, Alberta. The death of Naomi’s uncle, with whom she had lived as a child, leads Naomi to visit and care for her widowed aunt Aya, whom she refers to as Obasan (the Japanese word for “Aunt”). Her brief stay with Obasan becomes an occasion for Naomi to revisit and reconstruct the memory of her painful experiences as a child during and after World War II, with the aid of a box of correspondence and journals sent to her by her Aunt Emily, detailing the years of measures taken by the Canadian government against the Japanese citizens of Canada and their aftereffects. With Aunt Emily’s letters, Naomi learns what her mother suffered through.
Although Obasan is fiction, the events, Parliamentary legal documents, and overall notion of racism mirror reality. Through the eyes of fictional characters, Kogawa tells the story of Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War.
Sponsored by the Learning Resources Advisory Committee (LRAC), the Macomb Multicultural Initiative (MMII), and the Macomb College Libraries.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41473
10:30 AM - 4:00 PM Canadian Cultural Competency: Response and Reflection
How well do you know the rich history of Canada? Though Canada is just north of us, most would not believe some of the historic and cultural contributions Canada has given to the world. Did you know the first prosthetic hand was created in Canada, invented by Canadian Helmut Lucas in 1971? Join us at South Campus Library to test your competency of Canadian Culture. Available at the circulation desks, students will have an opportunity to use various library resources to answer questions and receive 1 hour of MMII credit anytime between 10:30 am–4:00 pm.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the circulation desk at South Campus Library. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41475
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM One Week: Film Viewing
A terminal diagnosis leads to a journey of self-discovery in One Week, a road comedy from writer-director Michael McGowan. Ben, an aimless young schoolteacher, learns he has cancer a few weeks before his marriage to Samantha. Requiring immediate treatment, Ben instead decides to take a motorcycle trip across Canada, from Toronto to Vancouver Island. Along the way, he meets several people that help him reevaluate his relationship with his fiancée Samantha, his job, and his dream of becoming a writer.
Sponsored by the Learning Resources Advisory Committee (LRAC), the Macomb Multicultural Initiative (MMII), and the Macomb College Libraries.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41476
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM One Week: Film Viewing
A terminal diagnosis leads to a journey of self-discovery in One Week, a road comedy from writer-director Michael McGowan. Ben, an aimless young schoolteacher, learns he has cancer a few weeks before his marriage to Samantha. Requiring immediate treatment, Ben instead decides to take a motorcycle trip across Canada, from Toronto to Vancouver Island. Along the way, he meets several people that help him reevaluate his relationship with his fiancée Samantha, his job, and his dream of becoming a writer.
Sponsored by the Learning Resources Advisory Committee (LRAC), the Macomb Multicultural Initiative (MMII), and the Macomb College Libraries.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41477

Thursday, April 14, 2016

End Day Bilingual Education—Canadian Language Education: A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”—Frank Smith, psycho linguist.
As a bilingual country, Canada’s educational system is presented with a unique benefit and challenge. How to properly incorporate both French and English into its educational system and way of life? In this student-created exhibit, Macomb Community College students studying Early Childhood Education, under the direction of Professor Brenda Alward, will research and develop a poster board project covering a variety of topics related to bilingual education in the Canadian provinces and territories.
Bilingual study may serve as evidence of a student’s capabilities, and bilingual language acquisition is often considered representation of a student’s ability to think analytically as well as to systematically acquire a large body of information. How does bilingual education affect and progress the Canadian student’s abilities, and what are the measurable benefits? Could American students have the same results and should we adopt more efforts to pursue bilingual education in our own K–12 environment? Come explore these ideas and others in this creative approach to one theme related to Canadian culture.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41529
End Day Can-AD-a on Display: Advertising in Canada; A Student-Created Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
In September 2015, MediaPost and the Association of Canadian Advertisers reported that 92 percent of media-buying agencies say they are using programmatic media, even though 44 percent of those agencies were unsure what programmatic media is. What other transformations have occurred in Canadian advertising and marketing? How does Canadian advertising differ from American? This is your chance to find out, as Professor Joe Rice’s MKTG 2020 class (Advertising and Promotion Management) shares its student-created exhibit on advertising in Canada. Students will research and creatively report on various advertising topics as they relate to our northern neighbor. Topics featured will include advertising history, current trends, government involvement and advertising
standards.
Will the featured ads follow the Canadian Code of Advertising Standards and its 14 clauses? Perhaps participants will recognize some of the featured ads from past acclaim. Canadian agency Evidently, soared to excellence with its Dove campaign “Let’s Change One Thing.” That one thing? Expectations that girls need to modify their appearances to please others or to satisfy unrealistic beauty standards. The impact of advertising is undeniable and has the power to encourage cultural and societal sensitivities. 
Come and be inspired by this creative theme, represented in the research and creative efforts of Macomb’s own students.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41480
End Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany.
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada. Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The
Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada.
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII). This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41481
End Day Mathematics Exhibit: Canadian Statisticians (Multi-Day Event)
For the 10th consecutive semester, the Library will feature a student-created exhibit highlighting poster boards produced by students of Professor Jonathan Oaks. This exhibit will highlight famous Statisticians of Canada. Join us at this interactive exhibit to learn about the discovery each Canadian Statistician has made to advance statistics.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41479
End Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41478
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM The Call of the Wild by Jack London: Book Discussion
The Call of the Wild is a short adventure novel by Jack London set in Yukon, Canada during the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush, when strong sled dogs were in high demand. The central character is a dog named Buck. The story opens at a ranch in the Santa Clara Valley of California when Buck is stolen from his home and sold into service as a sled dog in Alaska. He progressively reverts to a wild state in the harsh climate, where he is forced to fight to dominate other dogs. By the end, he sheds the veneer of civilization and relies on primordial instinct and learned experience to emerge as a leader in the wild.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41482
1:00 PM Real to Reel: Hyde Park on the Hudson
Hyde Park on the Hudson dramatizes the close personal relationship between Margaret "Daisy" Suckley and her cousin and childhood friend President Franklin D. Roosevelt, against the backdrop of the 1939 visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Hyde Park. Elton Weintz, professor of history at Macomb Community College facilitates the film.

Run time: 95 minutes

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42376
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM White Fang by Jack London: Book Discussion
In gripping detail, London bares the savage realities of the battle for survival among all species in a harsh, unyielding environment. White Fang is part wolf, part dog, a ferocious and magnificent creature through whose experiences we see and feel essential rhythms and patterns of life in the animal kingdom and among mankind as well. Focusing on this wondrous process, London created in White Fang a classic adventure story as fresh and appealing for today’s audiences as for those who made him among the bestselling novelists of his day.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41484
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM The Underground Railroad: The Long Journey to Freedom in Canada by L.D. Cross: Book Discussion
Slavery existed throughout the Western Hemisphere, but after its abolition in the British Empire, it persisted for decades in much of the U.S. Even in states where slavery was illegal, slaves were subject to capture and return to their owners. The only sure escape was to cross the border into Canada. The Underground Railroad was an informal network of secret routes and safe houses, an organized escape route run by blacks and whites who opposed slavery and who helped black Americans find freedom in Canada. They arrived at points as far east as Nova Scotia and as far west as British Columbia, but the vast majority landed in southwestern Ontario.
In this book, L.D. Cross recounts the harrowing experiences of many, including Harriet Tubman, a slave who escaped and later helped many others to do so, and Alexander Ross, a white doctor and ornithologist from London, Ontario who travelled many times to southern plantations to ‘study birds’ and surreptitiously hand out information regarding the secret routes leading to freedom in the north.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41485

Friday, April 15, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Macomb County Domestic Violence Council: Consent
What is Consent?
Consent has become a buzzword for those seeking to address sexual assault on campus and in the larger community. But what does it mean? How does it work? Why is everyone so confused about consent? Through a workshop approach, we will examine the concept of consent together through practical examples and skill development. Participants can expect to deepen their own knowledge of consent and walk away with strategies to better practice consent in their own lives. For more information about the MCDVC, please visit www.mcdvc.org.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41486
11:00 AM A Hidden Child

Erna Blitzer Gorman relates her experiences as a hidden child during World War II. She and her family were caught in Poland during the Nazi invasion, unable to return to their home in France, and spent two years hiding in a barn in Ukraine.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42377

 

Monday, April 18, 2016

Start Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Media Objectification of Girls and Women
Media Objectification of Girls and Women is a workshop that covers gender socialization and how it is portrayed in the media. Participants will be able to draw comparisons from what we are all taught about gender roles, and the portrayal of girls and women in the media. Through ads, commercials and music, we highlight how these portrayals relate to violence against women and girls. Participants will look at vintage ads, ads featuring women of color, children and teens, alcohol, etc. After the event, our hope is that participants will gain new skills in media literacy as it pertains to the portrayals of girls and women.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41487

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489

Thursday, April 21, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Creating a World Without Poverty by Muhammad Yunus: Book Discussion
In the last two decades, free markets have swept the globe, but traditional capitalism has been unable to solve such problems as inequality and poverty. In Muhammad Yunus’ ground-breaking sequel to Banker to the Poor, he outlines the concept of social business—business where the creative vision of the entrepreneur is applied to today’s most serious problems: feeding the poor, housing the homeless, healing the sick, and protecting the planet. Creating a World Without Poverty reveals the next phase in a hopeful economic and social revolution that is already underway.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41488
7:00 PM The Girls of Atomic City: Life in a Secret City of the Manhattan Project
Best-selling author Denise Kiernan takes audiences back in time and into a top-secret world where young women and men lived and worked surrounded by spies and secrecy, forbidden to speak of their work, even to each other, as the United States worked to face the challenges of World War II and the Manhattan Project raced to harness nuclear power.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42378

Friday, April 22, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489
11:00 AM Choices Given, Choices Made: White Working-Class Women in the Postwar Era
Mary Patrice Erdmans, Ph.D., professor of sociology at Case Western Reserve University, examines the life stories of five sisters who came of age in Michigan after World War II, and how family, faith, and motherhood shaped their life experiences within the larger historical context of postwar America.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42380

Saturday, April 23, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489

Sunday, April 24, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489

Monday, April 25, 2016

All Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

End Day Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurant, catered, and institutional food services. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Culinary Arts and the Certificate in Culinary Arts: Culinary Management are accredited by the American Culinary Foundation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission. With their practical skills and creative talent, Macomb culinary students and graduates have landed jobs at premier establishments and have brought home 24 medals from the prestigious International Culinary Olympics held every four years in Germany. 
In its sixth semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents Canadian Food and Culture: The Cuisine of Canada.
Begin at the Library Circulation Desk and retrieve a map of the exhibit, which is stationed in multiple areas on the first and second floors. At each station, read about the cuisine, customary recipes, local ingredients and all aspects of food culture related to Canada. Stations include: Pacific Coast, The Prairies, Ontario, Quebec, Maritimes and Northern Canada. 
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to Canada and its various foods. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the circulation desk.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for
this event. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41489

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

11:00 AM The Detroit Tigers During World War II and Subsequent Integration of Baseball
After the U.S. entered World War II, most teams were stripped of their best players.  Baseball historian William M. Anderson, Ph.D., profiles this unique chapter in baseball history when prime players were scarce and even a one-armed outfielder played regularly for the St. Louis Browns.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42381

Thursday, April 28, 2016

11:00 AM A Thousand Letters Home: The Journey of the Letters
Teresa K. Irish, author of A Thousand Letters Home, takes you on an inspirational, entertaining, educational, and life-affirming journey based on the 1,000 letters her father wrote home from World War II. She gives a firsthand account through the eyes, heart and words of one soldier, and mirrors the journeys of many who served in WWII.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42382
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Understanding Veterans: An Informative Discussion Facilitators: Kara Fields & Kathleen Gerus Center
With an estimated 19 million American veterans alive, 650,000 of whom are living in Michigan, understanding and respecting those who have served our nation is a task for all. During this informational session, guests will learn about some of the most common problems facing veterans including PTSD, transition issues and sexual trauma. Clips from the film The Invisible War will be shown.
The Invisible War is an investigative documentary from director Kirby Dick. It explores the increasing incidents of violent sexual assault within the U.S. military, featuring interviews with veterans from multiple branches of the United States Armed Forces who recount the events surrounding their assaults. Their stories show many common themes, such as the lack of recourse in an impartial justice system, reprisals against survivors instead of against perpetrators, the absence of adequate emotional and physical care for survivors, the hindered advancement of perpetrators’ careers, and the forced expulsion of survivors from service.
Sponsored by Office of Veteran & Military Services and the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41490

Friday, April 29, 2016

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Healthy Relationships at Macomb Community College: Roundtable
The Healthy Relationships Roundtable is an organizing meeting hosted by the Macomb County Domestic Violence Council (MCDVC) to map the assets (current programming) and needs (community and organizational) related to responding to domestic violence and cultivating healthy relationships at Macomb Community College. This then becomes a way to see our work as interconnected, broad and far-reaching. It can also serve as a way to see opportunities for community collaboration. For more information about the MCDVC, please visit www.mcdvc.org.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41491
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Connect to Protect® (C2P®)—Detroit Coalition: LGBT Rights Seminar
The Connect to Protect® (C2P®)—Detroit Coalition offers participation in their informative and interactive LGBT Rights Seminar. This workshop, primarily hosted by Valentina Djelaj from Wayne State University, shares helpful information, roleplaying, and a forum for open discussion. Geared towards college students, this event is an opportunity to connect with fellow students in a nonjudgmental atmosphere.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem with registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41613
11:00 AM Making Jobs Just: The FEPC Reshaping the American Workplace in World War II
Elizabeth Faue, Ph.D., chair of the history department at Wayne State University, explores the origins, establishment, and impact of the Fair Employment Practice Committee, created by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1940 and charged with recruiting and employing minority and women workers, who faced considerable opposition in industrial jobs both prior to and during the war.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42383

Thursday, May 05, 2016

7:00 PM Victory and Its Echoes: From FDR to Reagan
Pulitzer Prize finalist, commentator and author H.W. Brands, Ph.D., recounts how the American victory in World War II established the United States as the foremost power on the planet. It also made the American economy the wonder of the world. The story of the next 50 years is how those developments influenced American life and American relations with the world.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #:42384

Friday, May 06, 2016

Start Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM The Dollmaker by Harriette Arnow: Book Discussion
Harriet Arnow’s 1954 bestseller The Dollmaker tells the heartbreaking story of the Nevels family as they migrate from the Kentucky backwoods to the foreign city life of Detroit during World War II. Join us for a book discussion led by Macomb Community College librarian Cassandra Spieles.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem with registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. Registration can also be completed at the event.
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41592
11:00 AM The Dollmaker: Book Discussion
Harriette Simpson Arnow’s 1954 bestseller The Dollmaker tells the heartbreaking story of the Nevels family as they move from the Kentucky backwoods to the foreign city life of Detroit during World War II. Join us for a book discussion led by Macomb Community College librarian Cassandra Spieles.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 41592

Saturday, May 07, 2016

All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493
1:00 PM Stories of Service
Hear stories from a panel of World War II veterans as they share their experiences of war and homecoming. Brian Louwers, staff writer at C&G Newspapers, and John Lind, director of the Detroit Arsenal of Democracy Museum, will facilitate this interactive discussion.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration #: 42385

Sunday, May 08, 2016

All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493

Monday, May 09, 2016

All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

All Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493

Thursday, May 12, 2016

End Day The Discovery of Insulin for the Treatment of Diabetes Exhibit: An Achievement for Canadian Scientis (Multi-Day Event)
At the University of Toronto in 1921, Dr. Fredrick Banting and medical student Charles Best discovered a pancreatic extract that would change the medical science world: insulin. Later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery, the duo retested and improved upon the extract, personally injecting the purified product to comatose and near-death diabetic children. The patent was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar, but the contribution would be hailed as priceless for generations to come.
Named by scientific writer Barry Shell as the greatest Canadian Science discovery of all time, this exhibit offers information on diabetes and insulin, including the science of diabetes, health implications and treatment options, modern-day advancements, economic and personal impacts around the world, and connections between diabetes and different cultures.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must complete and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Please visit www.macomb.edu to access WebAdvisor in order to pre-register. Computer terminals are available at the College Libraries for registration purposes. If you encounter a problem registering for this event on WebAdvisor, please contact MMII at 586.498.4031 or MMII@macomb.edu. 
The 5-digit registration number for this event is: 41493

Macomb Regional PTAC

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Thursday, February 11, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 201: How to Find Opportunities
Selling to the Federal Government can provide significant revenues for your business. This Seminar will help you to identify, create and pursue potential contracting opportunities. Topics to be covered include the following: Market Research, Finding Opportunities, Responding to Solicitations, and Awards.

Who Should Attend?  Management and key players who will support, and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM U.S. GOVERNMENT ACQUISITION OF COMMERCIAL ITEMS (FAR PART 12)
Is your business currently selling, or planning to sell commercial products to the Federal Government, or to higher tier government contractors? If so, this overview is designed to provide you with the legal aspects of the U.S. Governments acquisition of commercial items to include the practical application of the commercial acquisition process in the federal marketplace. This session will be highly interactive, and encourage questions from
attendees on specific fact scenarios. Topics of discussion include:
• Policy behind Commercial Item Acquisition. The Federal Government Policy (FAR Part 12)
• Manner of Contacting
• Contracting Form
• Commercial Items Distinguished from COTS Items
• Certain Laws not Applicable to Commercial Items and COTS Items
• Streamlined Procedures for Evaluation and Solicitation for Commercial Items
• Unique Terms and Conditions for Commercial Items-Inspection and Acceptance.
• Unique Terms and Conditions for Commercial Items-Warranties. IMPLIED WARRANTIES.
• Unique Terms and Conditions for Commercial Items-Warranties. EXPRESS WARRANTIES.
• Unique Terms and Conditions for Commercial Items-Termination for Cause. “Termination for Cause”
• Unique Terms and Conditions for Commercial Items-Termination for Government Convenience
Speaker: Joseph D. Gustavus, Miller Canfield
Who should attend? Management and key players from companies who have commercial or “off the shelf” products and are currently selling or planning to sell to government.
Register here. 

Thursday, February 25, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Federal Subcontracting Overview
Have you attended Government Contracting 101 and find subcontracting opportunities more practical than prime contracting opportunities? If your answer to this question is “yes” then you may want to register for our Federal Subcontracting Overview.  This in-depth training will describe the process and resources available to firms interested in subcontracting.  In addition, this training will describe how to properly position a company for subcontracting success, how to excel at networking events, and how to secure multiple task-order awards. Given the threshold for large companies and their requirement to have subcontracting plans, it is increasingly important for small businesses to understand what it takes to capitalize on these opportunities. Attendees will leave this seminar with a powerful action plan.  This event will cover the following: Advantages of Subcontracting, Small Business and Subcontracting, and Finding Opportunities and Resources.
Prerequisite: Government Contracting 101.
Who Should Attend? Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting
within your company.
Register here

Thursday, March 10, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 101

Did you know the federal government purchased in FY 2013 $457 billion in goods and services?  Find out what it takes to successfully sell your goods and services to the federal government.  In addition, learn about the services and continuous support the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has available to help your company with the contracting process.  Topics to be covered include the following:  Classifying Your Product or Service, Getting Registered on SAM, Small Business Initiatives, Marketing Strategies, Finding Opportunities, and Laws and Regulations.

Who Should Attend?
Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 301: How To Market Your Business To The Government
The U.S. Government is the largest buyer of goods and services. Selling to government agencies can be a rewarding experience. But how do you market your goods and services to the Government?  Government Contracting Marketing 301 educates you on how to market your business to government agencies.  Topics to be covered include the following: Elements of a Marketing Plan, What is Marketing, Reasons for Developing a Marketing Plan, Why a Marketing Plan is Important, Strategic Focus and Plan, Situation Analysis,  Marketing Product Focus, and Marketing Program Financial Data.  We will also discuss the following marketing strategies: Capabilities Statement, Flyer Content, Additional Value Add, Graphics, A Better Business Card, Company Website and the Elevator Speech.
Who Should Attend? Management, Marketing/Communications Department and key players who will support and
facilitate government contracting within your company
Register here

Thursday, May 12, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 101

Did you know the federal government purchased in FY 2013 $457 billion in goods and services?  Find out what it takes to successfully sell your goods and services to the federal government.  In addition, learn about the services and continuous support the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has available to help your company with the contracting process.  Topics to be covered include the following:  Classifying Your Product or Service, Getting Registered on SAM, Small Business Initiatives, Marketing Strategies, Finding Opportunities, and Laws and Regulations.

Who Should Attend?
Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 101

Did you know the federal government purchased in FY 2013 $457 billion in goods and services?  Find out what it takes to successfully sell your goods and services to the federal government.  In addition, learn about the services and continuous support the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has available to help your company with the contracting process.  Topics to be covered include the following:  Classifying Your Product or Service, Getting Registered on SAM, Small Business Initiatives, Marketing Strategies, Finding Opportunities, and Laws and Regulations.

Who Should Attend?
Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 201: How to Find Opportunities
Selling to the Federal Government can provide significant revenues for your business. This Seminar will help you to identify, create and pursue potential contracting opportunities. Topics to be covered include the following: Market Research, Finding Opportunities, Responding to Solicitations, and Awards.

Who Should Attend?  Management and key players who will support, and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Thursday, September 08, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 101

Did you know the federal government purchased in FY 2013 $457 billion in goods and services?  Find out what it takes to successfully sell your goods and services to the federal government.  In addition, learn about the services and continuous support the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has available to help your company with the contracting process.  Topics to be covered include the following:  Classifying Your Product or Service, Getting Registered on SAM, Small Business Initiatives, Marketing Strategies, Finding Opportunities, and Laws and Regulations.

Who Should Attend?
Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Thursday, November 03, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Government Contracting 101

Did you know the federal government purchased in FY 2013 $457 billion in goods and services?  Find out what it takes to successfully sell your goods and services to the federal government.  In addition, learn about the services and continuous support the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has available to help your company with the contracting process.  Topics to be covered include the following:  Classifying Your Product or Service, Getting Registered on SAM, Small Business Initiatives, Marketing Strategies, Finding Opportunities, and Laws and Regulations.

Who Should Attend?
Management and key players who will support and facilitate government contracting within your company.

Register here.

Public Service Institute - Criminal Justice Training

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Shaykhet Self-Defense & Subject Control Training
DT
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tactical Emergency Medic
Tact Medic

Friday, February 12, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Basic Detective School
DB School

Monday, February 15, 2016

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tactical Emergency Medic
Tact Medic

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tactical Emergency Medic
Tact Medic

Thursday, February 18, 2016

8:00 AM Criminal Patrol/Drug Interdiction Course– Hits (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training for Police Officers

Friday, February 19, 2016

End Time 4:00 PM Criminal Patrol/Drug Interdiction Course– Hits (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training for Police Officers
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Basic Detective School
DB School

Monday, February 22, 2016

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tactical Emergency Medic
Tact Medic

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tactical Emergency Medic
Tact Medic

Friday, February 26, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Basic Detective School
DB School

Monday, February 29, 2016

8:30 AM Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
8:30 AM National Boating Accident Investigation and Analysis (Multi-Day Event)
Level One

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
All Day National Boating Accident Investigation and Analysis (Multi-Day Event)
Level One

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
All Day National Boating Accident Investigation and Analysis (Multi-Day Event)
Level One

Thursday, March 03, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
All Day National Boating Accident Investigation and Analysis (Multi-Day Event)
Level One

Friday, March 04, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
End Time 4:30 PM National Boating Accident Investigation and Analysis (Multi-Day Event)
Level One

Saturday, March 05, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School

Sunday, March 06, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School

Monday, March 07, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
8:30 AM FTO (Multi-Day Event)
Field Training Officer

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
All Day FTO (Multi-Day Event)
Field Training Officer

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
All Day FTO (Multi-Day Event)
Field Training Officer
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Thursday, March 10, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
All Day FTO (Multi-Day Event)
Field Training Officer

Friday, March 11, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
ET School
End Time 4:30 PM FTO (Multi-Day Event)
Field Training Officer

Monday, March 14, 2016

8:00 AM Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Advanced Pistol–Level 2–Close Quarter Combat
Pistol Two for Police Officers
8:30 AM Sexual Deviance and Homicide Investigations (Multi-Day Event)
Examining Sexual Deviant Killings

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

All Day Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)
End Time 4:30 PM Sexual Deviance and Homicide Investigations (Multi-Day Event)
Examining Sexual Deviant Killings
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Michigan Field Sobriety Testing Refresher
SFST Refresher

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

All Day Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Thursday, March 17, 2016

All Day Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Friday, March 18, 2016

End Time 4:00 PM Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Monday, March 21, 2016

8:30 AM Performance and Accountability: (Multi-Day Event)

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Performance and Accountability: (Multi-Day Event)

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Weapon Retention and the Duty Knife
Police Officers

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Domestic Violence Response Training
MCOLES DV

Thursday, March 31, 2016

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Autism & Law Enforcement
Autism & Law Enforcement

Monday, April 04, 2016

8:30 AM Executive Protection (Multi-Day Event)
Executive Protection
8:30 AM Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Multi-Day Event)
SFST

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

All Day Executive Protection (Multi-Day Event)
Executive Protection
All Day Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Multi-Day Event)
SFST

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

All Day Executive Protection (Multi-Day Event)
Executive Protection
End Time 4:30 PM Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (Multi-Day Event)
SFST
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Thursday, April 07, 2016

All Day Executive Protection (Multi-Day Event)
Executive Protection
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Drug Awareness
Drug Information
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Understanding Cultural Awareness and Law Enforcement
Understanding Cultural Awareness and Law Enforcement

Friday, April 08, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Executive Protection (Multi-Day Event)
Executive Protection

Monday, April 11, 2016

8:00 AM Advanced Roadside Interview Techniques for Patrol Officers (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training
8:00 AM Police Mountain Bike (Multi-Day Event)
Police Mountain Bike
8:30 AM Documenting Force (Multi-Day Event)
Force Concepts

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

End Time 4:00 PM Advanced Roadside Interview Techniques for Patrol Officers (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training
All Day Police Mountain Bike (Multi-Day Event)
Police Mountain Bike
End Time 4:30 PM Documenting Force (Multi-Day Event)
Force Concepts

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Police Mountain Bike (Multi-Day Event)
Police Mountain Bike
8:00 AM Microsoft Word–Level I and II (Multi-Day Event)
Microsoft Word–Level I and II
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Thursday, April 14, 2016

All Day Police Mountain Bike (Multi-Day Event)
Police Mountain Bike
End Time 4:00 PM Microsoft Word–Level I and II (Multi-Day Event)
Microsoft Word–Level I and II
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Fatal Force–In the Line of Fire
Fatal Force Training

Friday, April 15, 2016

End Time 5:00 PM Police Mountain Bike (Multi-Day Event)
Police Mountain Bike
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tactical Rifle
Police Officers

Monday, April 18, 2016

8:30 AM Drug Raids and Warrant Service (Multi-Day Event)
Raids Training
8:30 AM Law Enforcement Response to Non-Stranger Sexual Assault (Multi-Day Event)
MCOLES and grant funded

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

All Day Drug Raids and Warrant Service (Multi-Day Event)
Raids Training
End Time 4:30 PM Law Enforcement Response to Non-Stranger Sexual Assault (Multi-Day Event)
MCOLES and grant funded
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

All Day Drug Raids and Warrant Service (Multi-Day Event)
Raids Training
8:30 AM ADVANCED SUPERVISION (Multi-Day Event)
Police Supervision Training

Thursday, April 21, 2016

All Day Drug Raids and Warrant Service (Multi-Day Event)
Raids Training
All Day ADVANCED SUPERVISION (Multi-Day Event)
Police Supervision Training

Friday, April 22, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Drug Raids and Warrant Service (Multi-Day Event)
Raids Training
End Time 4:30 PM ADVANCED SUPERVISION (Multi-Day Event)
Police Supervision Training

Monday, April 25, 2016

8:30 AM Gang Combat Dynamics (Multi-Day Event)
Gangs
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Gang Combat Dynamics (Multi-Day Event)
Gangs
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Death Notifications
Death Notifications
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

8:30 AM Michigan Speed Measurement Operator (Multi-Day Event)
Three day program-April 27-28 and May 6th
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Thursday, April 28, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Michigan Speed Measurement Operator (Multi-Day Event)
Three day program-April 27-28 and May 6th
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Friday, April 29, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tactics for the Street and Criminal Patrol:
Boots on the Ground

Monday, May 02, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Wednesday, May 04, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Thursday, May 05, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Friday, May 06, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Advanced Pistol Level 3–Low Light
Firearms Training
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Police Motorcycle Operator Course
Motor Officer

Monday, May 09, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM C.R.I.M.E 1-2-3

Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy

The most effective “One Day” interviewing and interrogation seminar created

8:30 AM Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster (Multi-Day Event)
Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

All Day Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster (Multi-Day Event)
Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Courtroom Success: Preparing for Today’s Homicide and High Profile cases
CourtRoom Success

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

All Day Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster (Multi-Day Event)
Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster

Thursday, May 12, 2016

All Day Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster (Multi-Day Event)
Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO
8:30 AM Background Investigation for Police Applicants (Multi-Day Event)
Background Investigators
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Sexual Harassment and Law Enforcement
Sexual Harassment and Law Enforcement

Friday, May 13, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster (Multi-Day Event)
Firearms Instructor/Rangemaster
End Time 4:30 PM Background Investigation for Police Applicants (Multi-Day Event)
Background Investigators

Monday, May 16, 2016

8:30 AM SIGARMS Armorer Certification (Multi-Day Event)
SIGARMS Armorer Certification

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM SIGARMS Armorer Certification (Multi-Day Event)
SIGARMS Armorer Certification

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

8:00 AM MS Excel Office Level One and Two (Multi-Day Event)
MS Excel Office Level One and Two
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Michigan Field Sobriety Testing Refresher
SFST Refresher

Thursday, May 19, 2016

End Time 4:00 PM MS Excel Office Level One and Two (Multi-Day Event)
MS Excel Office Level One and Two

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO
8:30 AM Indoor Marijuana Investigations and Officer Safety (Multi-Day Event)
Indoor Marijuana Investigations and Officer Safety

Thursday, May 26, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Indoor Marijuana Investigations and Officer Safety (Multi-Day Event)
Indoor Marijuana Investigations and Officer Safety

Friday, May 27, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Butane Hashish/Honey Oil Investigations
Butane Hashish/Honey Oil Investigations

Monday, June 06, 2016

8:30 AM Patrol Rifle Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Instructor
8:30 AM Patrol Rifle Operator (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Operator

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

All Day Patrol Rifle Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Instructor
All Day Patrol Rifle Operator (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Operator
8:30 AM CRITICAL SUPERVISORY (Multi-Day Event)
Police Supervision

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

All Day Patrol Rifle Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Instructor
End Time 4:30 PM Patrol Rifle Operator (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Operator
End Time 4:30 PM CRITICAL SUPERVISORY (Multi-Day Event)
Police Supervision

Thursday, June 09, 2016

All Day Patrol Rifle Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Instructor
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM The Winning Mind
Dave Smith-Buck Savage

Friday, June 10, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Patrol Rifle Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Patrol Rifle Instructor

Monday, June 13, 2016

8:30 AM Street Cops, Modern Policing (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training
8:30 AM Street Cops–Modern Policing Strategies (Multi-Day Event)
Street Cops–Modern Policing Strategies
8:30 AM Subject Control Tactics Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Subject Control Tactics Instructor

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Street Cops, Modern Policing (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training
End Time 4:30 PM Street Cops–Modern Policing Strategies (Multi-Day Event)
Street Cops–Modern Policing Strategies
All Day Subject Control Tactics Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Subject Control Tactics Instructor
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Glock Armorers
Glock Armorers

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

All Day Subject Control Tactics Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Subject Control Tactics Instructor
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Thursday, June 16, 2016

All Day Subject Control Tactics Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Subject Control Tactics Instructor

Friday, June 17, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Subject Control Tactics Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Subject Control Tactics Instructor
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Advanced Pistol One-Fundamentals
Advanced Pistol One-Fundamentals

Monday, June 20, 2016

8:30 AM Immediate Action: Rapid Deployment (Multi-Day Event)
Immediate Action: Rapid Deployment
8:30 AM Rapid Deployment Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Rapid Deployment Instructor

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Immediate Action: Rapid Deployment (Multi-Day Event)
Immediate Action: Rapid Deployment
All Day Rapid Deployment Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Rapid Deployment Instructor

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

All Day Rapid Deployment Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Rapid Deployment Instructor
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Refresher In-Service Emergency Vehicle Operation (EVO)
Refresher EVO

Thursday, June 23, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Rapid Deployment Instructor (Multi-Day Event)
Rapid Deployment Instructor
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM 21st Century Chaplains in Public Service
21st Century Chaplains in Public Service

Monday, June 27, 2016

8:30 AM Evidence Technician Skills Refresher (Multi-Day Event)
Evidence Technician Skills Refresher

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Evidence Technician Skills Refresher (Multi-Day Event)
Evidence Technician Skills Refresher

Monday, July 18, 2016

8:00 AM Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

All Day Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

All Day Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Thursday, July 21, 2016

All Day Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Friday, July 22, 2016

End Time 5:00 PM Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC) (Multi-Day Event)
Emergency Telecommunicator Course (ETC)

Monday, August 08, 2016

8:30 AM Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Thursday, August 11, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Friday, August 12, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Saturday, August 13, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Sunday, August 14, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Monday, August 15, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Thursday, August 18, 2016

All Day Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Friday, August 19, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Evidence Technician (Multi-Day Event)
 Basic Evidence Technician

Monday, August 22, 2016

8:30 AM Remington Field 870 Armorer’s School (Multi-Day Event)
Remington Field 870 Armorer’s School

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Remington Field 870 Armorer’s School (Multi-Day Event)
Remington Field 870 Armorer’s School

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Remington Field 700 Armorer’s School
Remington Field 700 Armorer’s School

Thursday, August 25, 2016

8:30 AM Remington Field AR 15 Armorer’s School (Multi-Day Event)
Remington Field AR 15 Armorer’s School

Friday, August 26, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM Remington Field AR 15 Armorer’s School (Multi-Day Event)
Remington Field AR 15 Armorer’s School

Monday, October 10, 2016

8:30 AM ADVANCED VEHICLE CONTRABAND CONCEALMENT (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM ADVANCED VEHICLE CONTRABAND CONCEALMENT (Multi-Day Event)
HITS Training

Public Service Institute - Health & Safety Training

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

9:00 AM MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Friday, February 19, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Monday, February 22, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

All Day MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Thursday, February 25, 2016

End Time 9:00 AM MIOSHA Level One S&H General Industry Boot Camp (Multi-Day Event)
MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses
previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The
courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants,
provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be
recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise. Attending MTI courses may qualify
an employer for “good faith” credits during a MIOSHA inspection which may lead to a reduction in penalties.

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM MIOSHA Part 21-Powered Industrial Trucks
This course covers the training and operating requirements for powered industrial trucks in general industry workplaces. Safety topics include: training program implementation; operator selection, training, testing, and permitting; inspection procedures; safe work practices; retention of training and maintenance records; and identification of types of powered industrial trucks.

Occupational health topics include information on carbon monoxide, ventilation controls, personal protective equipment, and emergency eye flush and shower facilities. Resources and sample documents will be provided to assist attendees with implementing a powered industrial truck program in their workplace. This training session will also provide an overview of common exercises used for field evaluations.

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

8:30 AM HAZWOPER Incident Management (Multi-Day Event)
Macomb Community College Health & Safety Training is pleased to present for open registration the Twenty-four Hour HAZWOPER Incident Management Course. The course content meets OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER) Incident Command Initial Training.

Among the topics covered: Regulation Update and Overview, Crisis Management and Incident Command,
Six Major Steps to Site Management and Control, Hazard and Risk Analysis, Product Control Confinement and Containment, Decontamination and Termination, and the Eight Step Process of Hazardous Materials Response.
Practical application of the incident management system will be emphasized.

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

All Day HAZWOPER Incident Management (Multi-Day Event)
Macomb Community College Health & Safety Training is pleased to present for open registration the Twenty-four Hour HAZWOPER Incident Management Course. The course content meets OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER) Incident Command Initial Training.

Among the topics covered: Regulation Update and Overview, Crisis Management and Incident Command,
Six Major Steps to Site Management and Control, Hazard and Risk Analysis, Product Control Confinement and Containment, Decontamination and Termination, and the Eight Step Process of Hazardous Materials Response.
Practical application of the incident management system will be emphasized.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

End Time 4:30 PM HAZWOPER Incident Management (Multi-Day Event)
Macomb Community College Health & Safety Training is pleased to present for open registration the Twenty-four Hour HAZWOPER Incident Management Course. The course content meets OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER) Incident Command Initial Training.

Among the topics covered: Regulation Update and Overview, Crisis Management and Incident Command,
Six Major Steps to Site Management and Control, Hazard and Risk Analysis, Product Control Confinement and Containment, Decontamination and Termination, and the Eight Step Process of Hazardous Materials Response.
Practical application of the incident management system will be emphasized.
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM HAZWOPER Incident Mgmt Refresher
Macomb Community College Health & Safety Training is pleased to present for open registration the Eight-hour HAZWOPER Incident Management Annual Refresher Course. The course content will meet OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 (HAZWOPER) Incident Command Annual Refresher.

Among the topics covered: Regulation Update and Overview, Crisis Management and Incident Command,
Six Major Steps to Site Management and Control, Hazard and Risk Analysis, Product Control Confinement and Containment, Decontamination and Termination, and the Eight Step Process of Hazardous Materials Response.
Practical application of the incident management system will be emphasized.

Records & Registration

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Monday, April 11, 2016

Start Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Friday, April 15, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

All Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

End Day Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring/Summer 2016 Scheduled Registration Begins. If you qualify for scheduled registration then your specific date and time will appear on your My.Macomb.edu account about two weeks prior to registration.

Monday, April 18, 2016

All Day 2016 Spring/Summer Open Online Registration Begins
Open Registration Begins: To register online students must have been in attendance within the past two years.
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Payment due for 2016 Spring/ Summer Term
Payment due by 6:00 p.m.

Paymeny due day of registration after this date.

Monday, May 16, 2016

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM On Campus Registration - 2016 Spring/ Summer
On Campus Registration 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Monday, May 23, 2016

All Day First day of 2016 Spring/ Summer Classes
First day of classes.

Monday, May 30, 2016

All Day Memorial Day Holiday- No Classes
Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes

Monday, July 04, 2016

All Day Independence Day Holiday Observed - No Classes / College Closed
Independence Day Holiday Observed- No Classes/ College Closed

Records & Registration - Admissions

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center

Talk to a representative from Admissions for general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, February 15, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center

Talk to a representative from Admissions for general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, February 22, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center

Talk to a representative from Admissions for general information on Macomb Community College.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Discover Macomb @ South Campus
Discover why Macomb should be at the top of your college search list! Tour the campus & meet our faculty, staff & students. Learn about our nearly 200 diverse academic degree & certificate programs. Find out how starting at Macomb can save you $18,000.

Click  www.macomb.edu/discovermacomb  to register for this event today!

Monday, February 29, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Sunday, March 06, 2016

Start Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Monday, March 07, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, March 08, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Sarah Edwards, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Thursday, March 10, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Friday, March 11, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Saturday, March 12, 2016

All Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Sunday, March 13, 2016

End Day Spring Break (Multi-Day Event)
Spring Break

Monday, March 14, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Start Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

End Day First Day of 2016 Winter Classes (March start) (Multi-Day Event)
First Day of Classes- March start

Monday, March 21, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

All Day Winter IDD - No Classes
Winter IDD - No Classes
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Sarah Edwards, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Start Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Thursday, March 24, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Friday, March 25, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Saturday, March 26, 2016

All Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Sunday, March 27, 2016

End Day Holiday Recess - No Classes (Multi-Day Event)
Holiday Recess - No Classes

Monday, March 28, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, April 04, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, April 05, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Sarah Edward, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, April 11, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, April 18, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Sarah Edwards, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, April 25, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, May 02, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Sarah Edwards, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Friday, May 06, 2016

All Day Special Refund/ Credit Voucher Deadline- 2016 Winter Term
Deadline to submit a Special Refund/ Credit Voucher Request- All requests for refund due to special circumstances must be submitted in writing to the Director of Enrollment Services/ Registrar

Monday, May 09, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Winter Term
End of Term

Monday, May 16, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to , Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, May 23, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ South
Talk to Teri Pagano, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Mary Miller, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Ask Admissions @ Center
Talk to Sarah Edwards, Admissions Representative, about general information on Macomb Community College.

Monday, June 20, 2016

All Day First Day of 2016 Spring/Summer Classes (June start)
First Day of Classes

Saturday, August 13, 2016

All Day End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term
End of 2016 Spring/Summer Term

Records & Registration - Campus Tour

Start Date and TimeEvent Details

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Get your feet wet!

Take a campus tour and get familiar with us before your classes start.

Tours are highly recommended and involve a 45 minute walk of the areas students need to know while attending Macomb Community College:  Records & Registration, Financial Aid, Counseling, the Learning Center, Career Services, just to name a few.

Advanced registration is not required, but, please check in no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour.

There are days when you might, literally, get your feet wet on a tour – so dress for the weather.  Also, let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or, need special assistance for the tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on campus!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Get your feet wet!

Take a campus tour and get familiar with us before your classes start.

Tours are highly recommended and involve a 45 minute walk of the areas students need to know while attending Macomb Community College:  Records & Registration, Financial Aid, Counseling, the Learning Center, Career Services, just to name a few.

Advanced registration is not required, but, please check in no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour.

There are days when you might, literally, get your feet wet on a tour – so dress for the weather.  Also, let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or, need special assistance for the tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on campus!

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Get your feet wet!

Take a campus tour and get familiar with us before your classes start.

Tours are highly recommended and involve a 45 minute walk of the areas students need to know while attending Macomb Community College:  Records & Registration, Financial Aid, Counseling, the Learning Center, Career Services, just to name a few.

Advanced registration is not required, but, please check in no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour.

There are days when you might, literally, get your feet wet on a tour – so dress for the weather.  Also, let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or, need special assistance for the tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on campus!

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Get your feet wet!

Take a campus tour and get familiar with us before your classes start.

Tours are highly recommended and involve a 45 minute walk of the areas students need to know while attending Macomb Community College:  Records & Registration, Financial Aid, Counseling, the Learning Center, Career Services, just to name a few.

Advanced registration is not required, but, please check in no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour.

There are days when you might, literally, get your feet wet on a tour – so dress for the weather.  Also, let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or, need special assistance for the tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on campus!

Monday, February 22, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Center Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour of the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Finanacial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in G Building, Room 110; Records & Registration.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Get your feet wet!

Take a campus tour and get familiar with us before your classes start.

Tours are highly recommended and involve a 45 minute walk of the areas students need to know while attending Macomb Community College:  Records & Registration, Financial Aid, Counseling, the Learning Center, Career Services, just to name a few.

Advanced registration is not required, but, please check in no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour.

There are days when you might, literally, get your feet wet on a tour – so dress for the weather.  Also, let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or, need special assistance for the tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on campus!

Thursday, February 25, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Get your feet wet!

Take a campus tour and get familiar with us before your classes start.

Tours are highly recommended and involve a 45 minute walk of the areas students need to know while attending Macomb Community College:  Records & Registration, Financial Aid, Counseling, the Learning Center, Career Services, just to name a few.

Advanced registration is not required, but, please check in no later than 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour.

There are days when you might, literally, get your feet wet on a tour – so dress for the weather.  Also, let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or, need special assistance for the tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on campus!

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Monday, March 28, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Center Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour of the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Finanacial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in G Building, Room 110; Records & Registration.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Monday, April 11, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Center Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour of the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Finanacial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in G Building, Room 110; Records & Registration.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.

Please dress for the elements.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM South Campus General Student Walking Tour

Take a 45 minute walking tour to see the areas all students need to know when attending Macomb Community College including Records & Registration, Financial Aid & the the Learning Center. Please check in 5 minutes prior to the start of the tour in D Building, Room 212; Admissions.

Let us know in advance if you are driving over an hour, or need special assistance for the tour.