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7:00 PMA Response to Infectious Diseases

Host: Stacey Ocander  Guests: Peggy Dean, Nancy Pares

Stacey Ocander, Dean of Health and Public Services, Peggy Dean, Emergency Management Program Director and Nancy Pares, Director of Nursing Programs discuss infectious diseases.

 


Local Flavor - Molecular Gastronomy

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


Clery Act

Host: Kent Pavelka Guests: Dave Friend, Arthur Rich

Dave Friend, Chief of Police/Director of Emergency Management and Arthur Rich, Vice President for Campuses & Student Affairs discuss the requirements for the Clery Act Security and Fire Safety Report and how it raised awareness among faculty, staff and students regarding prevention issues.


Local Flavor - Molecular Gastronomy

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


Alternative Fuels Grant

Host: Kent Pavelka Guests: Kirk Ahrends, Chris Swanson

Discussion centers around the education and training of students to be prepared to understand how alternative fuels can energize state economy and provide for new career paths.  Compressed of natural gas-powered vehicles are the cleanest burning alternative transportation fuel available today.


7:30 PMFaculty Insights-8th Edition: Their Lives and Ins

Host: Kent Pavelka Guests: Jeba Inbarasu, Thankam Samuel, Carla Delucci

In this eight edition, Thankam Samuel, Mathematics instructor and Jeba Inbarasu and Carla Delucchi, Biology instructors discuss their background, education, and prior work experience before coming to MCC.

Bringing a wealth of real-world knowledge and hands-on experience, they discuss their formative years, education, and unique work environments. They reflect on inspiring mentors, and share what attracted them to teaching and their program area.

Their passion is as real as their dedication to their students and professions.


Local Flavor - Making Naan and Raita

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


Women and STEM

Host: Joe Piper Guests: Lois Bartsch, Kendra Sibbernsen

Lois Bartsch, Biology instructor and Kendra Sibbernsen, Physics instructor discuss STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and women related to activities and coursework at MCC. Evidence suggests that the fastest-growing and highest-wage jobs in future years will be in STEM fields. Discussion takes place regarding how women will need to utilize STEM skills for problem solving in a wide range of industries.


Local Flavor - Making Naan and Raita

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


ATC and Washington County

Host: Kent Pavelka Guests: Deb Eppenbaugh, Hans Rudin

Deb Eppenbaugh, Executive Director of Applied Technology Center and Hans Rudin, Academic Advisor discuss the Applied Technology Center which is home to several of MCC’s trades programs such as Diesel Truck Driving, Utility Line Technician and Automotive Collision Technology. Discussion regarding the Washington County Technology Center will also be included.


8:00 PMNebraska Historic Storytelling

 Host: Kent Pavelka  Guest: Cherrie Beam-Clarke

Cherrie Beam-Clarke, native Nebraskan and Nebraska Historic Storyteller reprises her role as pioneer Mariah Monahan.Cherrie tells captivating stories depicting Nebraska life from 1860 to 1895 including discussion about Christmas on the prairie, dealing with injuries, prairie fires, rattlesnake bites, harvesting Nebraska "coal," living on cornmeal, and the harsh, endless monotonous labor of pioneer life. These entertaining and educational excerpts are from Beam-Clarke's live presentations, "Promise in a New Land," "The Courage to Continue," and "Grit 'n Gumption."


Into Possession of Myself: An Hour with Pippa Whit

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Pippa White

Pippa White presents an entertaining and interesting hour with samples of her one-woman storytelling shows. Based on formative American historical events, her lively and engaging presentations impart facts and insight to homesteaders, immigrants, and reformers.


Consuelo Castillo-Kickbusch: A Roadmap to Success

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Consuelo Castillo-Kickbusch

Consuelo Castillo-Kickbusch, founder of Educational Achievement Services, Inc. discusses the moral values she learned during childhood and throughout her career in the United States military. Her goal is to save the youth of America by mentoring students and parents across the United States.


Siobhan Fallon: You Know When the Men are Gone

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Siobhan Fallon

Siobhan Fallon - author, discusses her collection of stories about life at home when your spouse is deployed. in "You Know When the Men Are Gone" . 


Metro Omaha Women's Business Center

Host" Kent Pavelka Guest: B.C. Clark, Kris Bockerman

B.C. Clark President and Executive Director of MOWBC and Kris Bockerman Owner of A Fabulous You! discuss MOWBC's endeavors to accelerate the success of women.


8:30 PM
9:00 PMIt's Been a Long Rod: Where Are We Now

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Charles I. Rankin, Ph.D

Charles Rankin, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Midwest Equity Assistance Center, reflects on his keynote address "It's Been a Long Road: Where Are We Now."

Presented at the 30th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at MCC, his address captures the past and present efforts of African-Americans to achieve equality and plurality, and projects the future prospects for racial harmony.

An experienced educator and administrator, Dr. Rankin presents a hopeful outlook for education and America and its race relations.

 "A college education will completely change your life."


Local Flavor - Safe Raw Proteins

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


Mixed Blood Theatre's According to Coyote Artist

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Ms. George Feller

Ms. George Feller, artistic performer with Mixed Blood Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota, discusses the presentation According to Coyote. Performed at Metropolitan Community College's Swanson Conference Center in November, 2014, the program stages poetic tales by the Native American totem, Coyote, the Trickster.

Feller discusses her formative years that instilled in her a lifelong love of storytelling and performing, and explains the diversity and racial inclusion celebrated by the Mixed Blood Theatre.

 


Local Flavor - Safe Raw Proteins

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


MCC's Fort Omaha Project Update

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Stan Horell

Stan Horrell, Director of Campus Planning and Sustainability, updates construction of the Fort Omaha Campus Master Plan. Using artist renderings, Stan explains plans that will co-locate from several campuses to Fort Omaha several trades and allied programs. This will consolidate the footprint of construction, electrical, architectural, welding and heating, ventilation and air conditioning programs.

Stan highlights construction progress and plans for the Construction Education Center, Academic Skills Center, and Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology. 

The funding campaign continues, with an opening for all building planned for all 2017.

 For more information go to: http://mccpromise.org


9:30 PMLocal Flavor - Chicken and Eggs

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


Local Flavor - Chicken and Eggs

The show features MCC chef and instructor Oystein Solberg prepping and plating meals made with an array of local ingredients. Episodes are filmed in the Metropolitan Utilities District culinary theatre at MCC's Institute for the Culinary Arts. 


MCC's Fab Lab: The Fabrication Laboratory

Host: Kent Pavelka Guest: Hugh Schuett: Jamie Bridgham

Fab Lab instructors Hugh Schuett and Jamie Bridgham give an up close and personal tour of MCC’s Fabrication Laboratory.

Founded by MIT professor Neil Gershenfeld, fabrication laboratories are a global network of research and development communities that design and produce three dimensional objects from laser printers, vinyl cutters and other leading edge technologies. Objects manufactured are used in various industries including construction, architecture, medicine, science and art and music. The global network share their achievements and discoveries.

Hugh and Jamie describe individual machines and processes, and show prototype objects made by students in classes offered at MCC’s Fort Omaha Campus.

For more information on MCC’s Fab Lab go to https://wwww.facebook.com/mccnebfablab

 


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