Author talk with Mark Sakamoto
Monday, Apr. 23 · 7 p.m.
Eresman Theatre, MHC
MHC alumnus, Mark Sakamoto, will be back on campus next week to talk about his book, Forgiveness: A Gift from My Grandparents. The book was published in 2014 and was recently selected as the winner of CBC Canada Reads 2018.
Regional Skills Competition and Trades & Technology Expo
Tuesday, Apr. 24 · 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Various locations, MHC
Regional high school students will be at MHC on Tuesday for the annual skills competition and trades and technology expo. Demonstrations and displays will be occurring around campus throughout the day so be sure to stop by and have a look!
CITE Symposium: Critical Thinking in a Post-Truth World
Thursday, Apr. 26
Critical thinking is one of the most important higher order skills acquired in a college education, but it is also one of the most difficult to define, teach, assess, and link to demonstrable behaviours. This celebration of teaching and learning welcomes presentations that discuss how MHC faculty are designing learning experiences to foster a skill students require more than ever.
VIEW SCHEDULE AND SESSION INFORMATION
Employee Recognition Celebration
Thursday, Apr. 26
Eresman Theatre / Centennial Hall
The Employee Recognition Celebration is one way we applaud the contributions of our colleagues and share in their success. This annual event celebrates retirees and continuous service in five year increments. Individuals who will be formally recognized at the event will receive an electronic invitation from Human Resources, but all college employees are welcome to attend.
View the event program for a list of this year's recipients.
Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres: 6:30 p.m. (cash bar)
Award presentations: 7:30 p.m.
Please RSVP to Bonnie Clark before Apr. 20 if you plan to attend. Thank you!
Rattler Run 2018
Saturday, Apr. 28
Lace up! It’s Rattler Run time! Start your spring off on the right foot and register for the Rattler Run today.
May 4 · 4 - 7 p.m.
Medicine Hat College, Cultural Centre
Medicine Hat College is proud to host the “First” Conference for Music Teachers entitled:
“Overture: The Beginning of Something Great”. Sessions offered by Benjamin Leer, Derek Metcalfe, Tiffany Molin, Sara Neufeld, Helen Snortland, Bradley van Middelkoop and Mark Ward.
Cost: (Includes all sessions, dinner, and wine):
$60 + GST. There is a student rate of $35 + GST
Contact Colleen Whidden for more information.
FA Highway Clean Up
Wednesday, May 9 · 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
All MHC faculty and staff are invited to come out and participate in Highway Clean Up 2018. Our adopted portion of the highway extends from the former Ross Creek Golf Club to Lawrence Meier Trucking along south/west side of the highway, east of Medicine Hat. Safety vests, work gloves, garbage bags, drinking water and transportation will be supplied.
Cafeteria meal vouchers will be provided
to all volunteers.
RSVP to Monika at 504.3616 or email email@example.com.
May 12, 2018 · 7:30 p.m.
Memorial United Church
Alumni from the Medicine Hat College Conservatory will be performing in support of music scholarships.
Featuring: Jacqueline Arthur, Britt Booth, Edmund Camphor, Keirdon Dick, Sydney Frelick, Sarah Heckbert, Hannah Nickel, Laura McKay, Flannery Salkeld, Samantha Scott, Caleigh Seitz, Olwyn Supeene, Hunter Semrau, Jocelyn Walters
Elaine Dobek Shandro and Constantine Shandro
Tickets are available at tixx.ca, $25 / $15 (19 & under)
Join nursing students and faculty at this annual pinning ceremony.
Save the date and celebrate the success of students!
Due to multiple events occurring in Medicine Hat on the same evening, this year’s Pathways Gala has been cancelled. The event was originally scheduled for June 8, 2018, but other events hosted by partners in the community have since been announced for the same evening, creating conflicts for many of our key stakeholders. As a community gesture, the decision was made to cancel this year’s event to accommodate our partners.
While this year’s event will not occur, donations to the Pathways Student Life Enhancement Fund (to support students facing financial challenges) are welcome year-round. To learn more about the Pathways Fund, click here.
An alternate event will be scheduled later in the year to celebrate education and partnerships.
2018 Maintenance Power Shut Down
June 16 &17
Medicine Hat campus
Employees, students and all members of the college community are advised that the annual maintenance power outage will occur June 16-17, 2018. The Medicine Hat campus will be closed during this period. Only authorized personnel will be permitted to enter college facilities (site and buildings) throughout the outage. Preparation for the outage will begin the evening of June 15, 2018 when IT services will be interrupted to get ready for the outage.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Facility Operations.
WAYS: Visual Communications Grad Show
One on One Gallery
Apr. 6 - 23, 2018
Drop by for coffee and snacks with Chaplain Kristy in the Interfaith Centre (F155) on Wednesdays from 10 - 11:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome!
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