This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will learn about two common grammatical mistakes: misplaced and dangling modifiers. Meets in the Calaway Building, Room 119. All CMC students are welcome.
Join us every Tuesday over lunch for a one hour seminar on how to be a more successful student at CMC. Every week will cover a different topic, and lunch is FREE for all attendees.
Schedule for Success Seminars
Feb. 4th: Time Management and Organization Skills
Feb. 11th: Note-taking and Study Skills
Feb. 18th: Test-taking and Managing Test Anxiety
Feb. 25th: Writing Research Papers
March 4th: Career and Life Planning
March 18th: 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College part 1
March 25th: 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College part 2
April 1st: Resumes and Cover Letters
April 8th: Interview Skills
Stop by the Tolles Fireplace on the 3rd floor of the Academic Center for a free demonstration of safe, sustainable cleaning products. Hosted by the Sustainability Club.
This class is for you if you are comfortable using your iPad or iPhone already, but want to do more with it.
Go to WebAdvisor Continuing Education to search (use the Syn #) and register and pay for class.”
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will learn about two common grammatical mistakes: misplaced and dangling modifiers. Meets in the Glenwood Center, Room 207. All CMC students are welcome.
Join us for an evening exploring the coastal waters of Alaska with professor and author Paul Twardock. Paul has worked and taught at Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage since 1988. He is the author of Kayaking and Camping in Prince William Sound, and founder of the Alaska Sea Kayaking Symposium and the Alaska Natural History Symposium.
February is Black History Month
Dr. Christopher Bell presents Media Messaging Learn how media performs the function of teaching us to be members of our society. Using examples from everything from Disney films to the NFL, Dr. Bell weaves an intricate and compelling tapestry of media messages to help attendees become more savvy media consumers.
Dr. Christopher Bell is an Assistant Professor of Communication in the Department of Communication and the director of the Center for Excellence in Communication at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. He is the author of American Idolatry: Celebrity, Commodity, and Reality Television and Hermione Granger Saves the World!: Essays on the Feminist Heroine of Hogwarts. Both books are currently available through the CMC Leadville Library.