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March 31, 2017

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Monday, March 27, 2017

All Day Clinton Macomb Library Book Fair
Volunteers are needed to unload and organize hundreds of boxes of books for their spring book fair event.  Shift dates and times vary throughout the two week event (march 27 through April 10).  Please contact Dr. Rochelle Zaranek for further details at zaranekr@macomb.edu
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Friday, March 31, 2017

All Day Mathematics Exhibit: Macomb County Statistics (Multi-Day Event)
Faculty Liaison: Jonathan Oaks
South Campus Library Lobby: during posted library hours
This exhibit is a student-created display focusing on several areas of Detroit statistics, such as business, crime, education, population, health, and more! The hope is to bring awareness to current themes in Macomb County right now, but from a numbers perspective.
Sponsored by the Macomb Multicultural International Initiatives (MMII).
This will be an interactive display. In order to receive MMII credit, participants must completed and return a questionnaire, which will be located at the display site. Pre-registration is required for this event.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access the My Macomb Portal 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 through My Macomb, 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: 45794
All Day Media & Communication Arts–Macomb County: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Faculty Liaison: Matthew Busch
South Campus J 217: during posted library hours
The Media and Communication Arts (MACA) department and Macomb Community College Libraries are extremely honored to exhibit and display such a diverse collection of graphic art created by the students within the MACA program. Many of these students currently live in and have strong roots and ties to Macomb County.
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 the program can specialize in creative imaging and illustration, 3D animation, design and layout, video production, photographic technologies, interactive Web media, and collaborative media.
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.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access the My Macomb Portal 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 through My Macomb, 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: 45795
All Day Simple Beginnings: A Look at the One-Room Schoolhouses in Macomb County: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Faculty Liaison: Brenda Alward
Center Campus C 163: during posted library hours
The modern school districts found in Macomb County today have their origins in the one-room schoolhouses that were formally scattered throughout the county. The students in the Introduction to Education course (EDUC 2010) taught by Macomb Community College Professor Brenda Alward will present the history of these schoolhouses, as well as interviews with individuals who attended these historic buildings in the past.
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.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access the My Macomb Portal 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 through My Macomb, 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: 45799
All Day The Culinary Heritage of Macomb County: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Faculty Liaison: Scott O’Farrell
Center Campus Library: during posted library hours
The Culinary Arts program prepares students for technical and managerial careers in restaurants, catering, and instructional 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 (ACFEFAC). 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 their seventh semester of creating an exhibit, the MCCA International Kitchen course presents: The Culinary Heritage of Macomb County.
Begin at the Library lobby 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, indigenous ingredients, and all aspects of food culture related to particular local ethnic restaurants. The culinary heritage will include Irish, Polish, German, African-American, Mexican, and many more.
Two hours of MMII credit will be awarded for answering questions pertaining to all exhibit poster boards. When finished, the form can be placed in the marked box located at the end of the exhibit.
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.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access the My Macomb Portal 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 through My Macomb, 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: 45797
All Day The London Eye– Lessons from a Macomb County Educator: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Exhibit Director: Cassandra Spieles
South Campus J 217: during posted library hours
The London Eye by Professor of English and Librarian Susan Sheiner is a photo narrative about her journey to her childhood memories of London and her reconnecting with the past. In 2010, following the loss of both of her parents, Ms. Sheiner decided to join a study abroad program. As a graduate student just completing her MLIS in Library Science at Wayne State University, she saw herself as a teacher/student abroad. Follow her journey through a display of images and text which were originally displayed at Wayne State’s Undergraduate Library.
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.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access the My Macomb Portal 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 through My Macomb, 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: 45796
All Day Wine Culture in Macomb County: Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Faculty Liaison: Heather Pusta
Center Campus Library: during posted library hours
Did you know that Macomb County has 10 fully operating wineries? In your own backyard exists
a small wine country of our very own. This student-created exhibit, presented by Sommelier Heather Pusta's Wine Appreciation class (CULH 2025), will feature these local wineries and the families behind them.
Begin at the Library lobby 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 history and heritage of both contemporary and well-established family-run wineries.
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.
Pre-registration for MMII events is suggested. Please visit www.macomb.edu to access the My Macomb Portal 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 through My Macomb, 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: 45798
End Time 4:30 PM Supervisory Training for Dispatchers (Multi-Day Event)
Performance Accoutability
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Student Success Seminars - Papers, Presentations and Projects
Student Success Seminars offer college students an opportunity to learn strategies that will enhance their ability to succeed in college. In this seminar student will learn techniques to make presentations that have an impact, evaluate sample presentations and more.
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Military To Civilian Careers

Learn how to translate your military/life experience into the civilian world.

  • Resume writing
  • Cover letters
  • Job searching skills
  • Interviewing techniques
  • Resources available to veterans
11:00 AM The Gales of November: Disaster on the Great Lakes
The inland seas can create weather conditions as fierce and treacherous as any on the ocean. Most feared by freshwater mariners are the cyclonic weather systems that develop in autumn, known as the Gales of November. Joel Stone, senior curator of the Detroit Historical Society, discusses the legendary disasters involving Great Lakes vessels and dispels some myths.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Student Success Seminars - Papers, Presentations and Projects
Student Success Seminars offer college students an opportunity to learn strategies that will enhance their ability to succeed in college. In this seminar student will learn techniques to make presentations that have an impact, evaluate sample presentations and more.
1:00 PM Folklore and Legend in the Ethnic Layers of Detroit (A Digital Storytelling Project)
Julie Koehler, Ph.D.  and Krysta Ryzewski, Ph.D., both of Wayne State University,  share their ongoing project, Ethnic Layers of Detroit (ELD), an interdisciplinary research project designed to create, document, and share narratives of Detroit’s ethnic histories. Learn more about what “digital humanities” means, the historic sites selected for the narratives, and how the team researches and presents the stories.

MMII WebAdvisor Registration Code: 52392
7:30 PM An Evening With Collabro
Collabro is one of the world’s most successful musical theatre groups.  They met in 2014 above a pub in London for their first rehearsal and only a month later went on rouse the whole of the Hammersmith Apollo Theatre into a standing ovation during their first-ever public performance of “Stars” in their first audition for Britain’s Got Talent.  Having won their semi-final heat with over 63% of the votes, they then won the overall competition with one of the biggest majorities ever.

 In the two years since the competition, Collabro has released a number one debut album “Stars,” (from Les Miserables) and their follow-up album “Act Two” peaked at number two on the charts in the summer of 2015.  They have performed at the Royal Variety Performance; twice on "Britain’s Got Talent," most recently the ten-year grand final compilation of past contestants; and have become enormously successful internationally. 

 The group will go on to release their third album in Spring 2017.


Fri. Mar. 31, 7:30pm
Tickets: Pit $58, Gold Circle $48, House $43, Wings $46 (Student $20)
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