Foundation Scholarship Applications Due July 25
The MCC Foundation scholarship application for Fall quarter is now open.
Access the Stars Online application system at scholarships.mccneb.edu/stars/. Using Stars Online you can manage your information, apply for multiple scholarships and check your award status from any computer. Use the Stars Online 2010 Frequently Asked Question page for questions, answers and screen shots for the Stars Online application process. Find the PDF at www.mccneb.edu/scholarships/.
Student applications are due July 25, 2011.
For specific scholarship questions, contact Lisa Stepanek, Development Associate/Scholarship Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 457-2772 .
Offutt AFB Offers Scholarships for Spouses of Military Personnel
The BEPAC Offutt Spouse Scholarship is open to all non-military spouses of active duty, guard/reserve, and retired military who are stationed/reside in the Offutt AFB community. A combination of merit and need will be considered in selecting the scholarship recipients. Applications are due July 18. For more information, view the flier.
Know Your Student Advisory Council Representative
The Student Advisory Council works to enhance communication between students and the College. In short video bios, council representatives explain how they are here to serve MCC students. Check out the videos on the student ex-officio website.
Summer Quarter Heart of Metro Nominations Now Open
MCC seeks students' nominations for outstanding MCC staff members. Do you know a staffer who you feel consistently demonstrates a positive attitude, leads change, fosters an inclusive workplace, works smart, respects diversity and is service-centered? If so, nominate him or her for the Heart of Metro Award. Nominations are being accepted through Monday, July 11. Access the online nomination form at www.mccneb.edu/facultyandstaff/awards/heartofmetro.
Graphic Design Exhibition at the EVC Gallery of Art and Design July 15
Design excellence results from creativity, inspiration, skill, experience, intuition and discipline. AIGA Nebraska and MCC are proud to present excellence in design through the 31st Annual 365: AIGA Annual Design Exhibition. The 125 selections in this exhibition represent the best work across all disciplines of communication design and strategy used in the marketplace in 2009. As such, they are part of the AIGA Design Archives, an interactive, visual database of exemplary design. The physical artifacts are maintained in the AIGA National Design Archives at the Denver Art Museum.
Friday, July 15, 2011
Elkhorn Valley Campus Gallery of Art and Design
Exhibition on display July 15-Aug. 12
Gallery Hours (2011 Summer quarter)
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday: gallery closed
Admission: The opening reception and exhibition are free and open to the public. For more info about AIGA Nebraska, visit www.nebraska.aiga.org.
Diversity Matters Book Series: Dreaming in Hindi
MCC's Third Annual Diversity Matters Book Series hosts its summer book discussion on Thursday, July 7, noon to 1 p.m. at the Elkhorn Valley Campus coffee shop. Pam Franks, R.N., B.S.N., from Embrace the Nations, will lead a discussion of the book Dreaming in Hindi by Katherine Russell Rich. In a lionhearted attempt to shed her past-years of numbing jobs at glossy magazines and two life-threatening bouts with cancer-Katherine Russell Rich voyaged to India to learn Hindi, a language with one word, kal, for "yesterday" and "tomorrow." Fortified with neuroscience and laced with humor, Dreaming in Hindi is a crash course in emotional agility in an understanding too deep for words.
Participation is free and open to the public. Limited copies of the book area available for check-out at MCC libraries. Contact email@example.com or (402) 457-2253 for more information.
Nebraska Students Attend SkillsUSA National Conference and Skill Competition
Four MCC students received medals at the 47th National Leadership and Skills Conference, sponsored by SkillsUSA, June 20-24 in Kansas City, Mo. More than 5,700 students, from 52 states and territories, competed in 94 occupational and leadership skill areas. View the full list of winners here.
Weekly Green Tip
If you can, send a text message or email from a handheld device or cell phone instead of from a computer, especially quick, one-line notes. You'll save yourself time and conserve energy. Compared to sending a text message, emailing and text messaging from a computer uses more than 30 times the electricity per message. - The Green Book