MCC's Lifelong Learners

Ash Lectureship Series

April 18: “Becoming a Global Citizen”Theo Sypris, director of the international studies program at Kalamazoo Valley Community College and director of the Midwest Institute for International/Intercultural Education consortium, explore what it means to be a global citizen and what responsibilities that entails in the world, during two presentations April 18 at MCC. A condensed version of the lecture will be presented during MCC’s Student Recognition Luncheon from noon to 1 p.m. in rooms D303-305 in the Beatrice E. Doser Building on the college’s Sidney campus. Lunch is free for all attendees. The complete presentation will be at 6:30 p.m. in room G129 in the Ash TLC in Greenville. Dinner is free for students with a valid MCC student ID and is $2 each for all others. These are the second lectures in the 2018 Stanley and Blanche Ash Lectureship Series, which features nationally and internationally-known speakers, whose presentations aim to increase awareness of key issues of global and domestic importance.

Oct. 11: “Darwin: Books, Beetles and Blasphemy”David A. Wooten, a professor in the biology department at Washtenaw Community College, presents “Darwin: Books, Beetles and Blasphemy,” Oct. 11 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in rooms D303-305 in the Beatrice E. Doser Building on MCC’s Sidney campus. Admission to the afternoon presentation is free. A second presentation is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in room G129 in the Stanley and Blanche Ash Technology and Learning Center (Ash TLC) on MCC’s Greenville campus. During the evening presentation, a reception and refreshments will be provided. Admission is free for students with a valid MCC student ID and is $2 each for all others. This is the third lecture in the 2018 Stanley and Blanche Ash Lectureship Series, which features nationally and internationally-known speakers, whose presentations aim to increase awareness of key issues of global and domestic importance.

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Karen Maxfield, Cultural Events Coordinator
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