GVSU offering The Idea of Nature class this summer semester. This is a unique course available to anyone as a guest student which provides a very exciting learning opportunity at Sleeping Bear Dunes, Boardman River and other natural areas. Interested individuals can call Kate Fairman at 231.995.1842 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. (more…)
There is still time to register for the summer semester!
Payment due date for summer is Tuesday, April 29, 2014.
For information on how to make a payment or set up a payment plan, please go to: https://www.nmc.edu/financial-aid/payment-options.html (more…)
The Dennos Museum Center is pleased to present the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of the works of Seungmo Park of Seoul, Korea featuring his meticulously cut MAYA imagery and aluminum wire wrapped sculptural forms.
The MAYA (meaning “illusion” in Sanskrit) are created by layering slightly out of line and separated sheets of wire mesh. After sketching the outline of the image on to the mesh, he cuts thought the layers to varying depths to create more or less density of wire cross hatching, which when lit from behind results in images that may look transparent, illusory, or shadowy. (more…)
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NMC performance ensembles will present two upcoming concerts… (more…)
From Archimedes to Riemann, the quest for the instantaneous rate of change and the area under the curve comes to life through song and sketch comedy. The review of the concepts and history of calculus include musical tributes to The Beatles, Gilbert & Sullivan, Petula Clark and Eminem, just a few of the artists who have inspired this engaging and educational lesson that is nothing at all like your high school or college textbooks. Calculus: The Musical! promises to be entertaining to the arithmophobe and the rocket scientist alike. (more…)
The community is invited to tour the NMC Great Lakes Maritime Academy’s 225’ Training Ship T/S State of Michigan on the Great Lakes Campus of Northwestern Michigan College at our spring open house on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Academy is located at 715 East Front Street (next to the Holiday Inn) in Traverse City. (more…)
Students of the English 112 and Social Welfare classes have come together to investigate homelessness in the Grand Traverse community. With the growing number of homeless and rising costs of living the students were interested in finding out what their peers thought about this issue. They created this survey to answer some questions about what we think homelessness is, who is homeless, and if people are aware of programs in the community that can help. (more…)
The exhibition is being presented in Traverse City in association with the Society’s annual convention which will be held at the Park Place Hotel from May 16-18, a 3 day educational event filled with presentations and demonstrations designed especially for amateur and professional pastel artists.
The exhibition features 70 works by artists from across the USA, and one from Spain, that were selected by exhibition juror, Desmond O’Hagan, from 254 works submitted by 97 artists for consideration by the juror.
The Great Lakes Pastel Society seeks to promote the use of pastels and increase the public awareness of creative pastel painting as a fine art medium. The juror awarded a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place and 17 additional awards of merit and sponsored awards which will be presented to the artists at a Pastel Society Members and Guests Reception, Friday, May 16, 2014 from 7-9 PM at the Dennos Museum Center. (more…)
Hello, my name is Madison Williams and I have dystonia. Dystonia is a movement disorder that makes my muscles contract in many painful ways. The reason way I am writing to you today is because on Sunday, June 22 Dystance4Dystonia will take place at the Detroit Zoo supporting the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF). The Foundation provides resources about treatments, specialists and even connections with support groups, to families who have a family member with Dystonia. In an effort to support DMRF’s cause, Dystance4Dystonia spreads awareness, generates donations for DMRF, lets those in attendance show support for their loved ones, and supports their mission to make the freedom to move a reality for everyone by making medical advancements with treatment options and one day finding a cure! (more…)
General registration for the June conference, “China: Competitor or Partner?” convening experts on Chinese-U.S. relations from Beijing, Shanghai, Washington D.C. and New York alongside local Michigan experts, opens April 30 at mynorthtickets.com. (more…)
For the first time, course evaluations will be available entirely online, seeking student feedback for spring courses. The course evaluations were delivered to student email from NMC Surveys. Please look for them in your inbox! (more…)
The advising center and the student success center have teamed to provide more comprehensive career services for NMC students. They now have career exploration and planning services through the advising office and career and employment preparation through our new career coach, Dana Laursen, in the student success center. (more…)
On April 16, Rowman & Littlefield will release Motorsports and American Culture: From Demolition Derbies to NASCAR. Co-edited by communications instructor Dr. Mark Howell and Dr. John Miller, a professor of English at Longwood University in Virginia, a motorsports scholar.
The book is a collection of essays covering all facets of motorsports commonly seen in North America. Scholars from across the United States provided articles exploring a diverse assortment of topics — everything from gender and ethnicity in NASCAR to 19th-century train wrecks staged before spectators at the Iowa State Fair. Research into various forms of motorsports have never been collected in one book before until now.
The book will be introduced at the national Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference in Chicago next week; Howell will be at the meeting presenting a lecture on recent policies within NASCAR introduced to address the growing problem of serious brain trauma.
The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College will present the Grammy Award winning Jazz pianist Bob James and the Bob James Quartet on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 8:00 PM in the Milliken Auditorium. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door, $30 for Museum Members plus fees. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Museum Box office at 231-995-1553 or on line at www.dennosmuseum.org. Tickets will only be available to Museum Members through April 12. Current non-members can buy tickets before April 12 by joining as a member prior to buying a ticket. Call 231-995-1573 or the Box Office to do so.
It has recently been brought to our attention that a company is soliciting students to submit a student aid profile form (with a fee) to find financial aid resources. Do not submit any information to this company. Remember that you do not have to pay to complete your FAFSA. www.fafsa.gov is free and there is no paper form to mail in. Any verification forms needed will only come from NMC or the Department of Education (Student Aid Report).
While these offers may not be scams, it is not necessary for you to pay to get aid information. If you have any questions please contact Student Financial Services at (231) 995-1035 or visit them in the Tanis Building, room 142, or contact the financial aid office of other schools you may be transferring to. (more…)
The Writing and Reading Center is hiring students from any major for the 2014-2015 school year! Stop by 221 SH, call 995-1189, or email email@example.com to find out how to apply and with any questions. (more…)
Tibetan Buddhist Monks will Construct a Mandala Sand Painting, Perform Special Ceremonies and a Concert of Sacred Music at The Dennos Museum Center
Tibetan Buddhist monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery will construct a Mandala Sand Painting from April 14 -19, 2014 at the Dennos Museum Center of Northwestern Michigan College beginning with an opening ceremony on Monday April 14 at noon in the Zimmerman court.
They will offer a concert of sacred music and dance in Milliken Auditorium at 8 PM on Saturday April 19 after which the Mandala Sand Painting will be swept up and the sand distributed to concert attendees. Tickets are $25 advance, $28 at the door and $22 for museum members plus fees. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Museum Box office at 231-995-1553 or on line at www.dennosmuseum.org, also at 1-800-836-0717 or www.MyNorthTickets.com. (more…)