MCC Daily Tribune

Downtown Campus Scholars' Day Update & Upcoming Events

Congratulations to the student scholars who inspired judges and audience members at the Downtown Campus Scholars' Day yesterday. Research topics ranged from implicit bias and the power of social media to combating food waste and launching a new business to change young people's lives. Thank you to those who attended the presentations and provided a warm MCC welcome to our keynote speaker award-winning writer Leslie C. Youngblood.

Scholars' Day, MCC's 10th annual showcase of original research presented by MCC students and faculty, continues on Saturday, April 14 at the Brighton Campus. Please plan to attend and remember to vote for your favorite student presentation. Presenters with the most votes will receive MCC Foundation scholarships! The presentations are free and open to the public.

Brighton Campus Scholars' Day Conference Presentations
9:00 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. Saturday, April 14, 2018
North Atrium, Building 12; parking available in Lot F
Free and open to the public
presentation schedule

Keynote Address presented by ESL Charitable Foundation
Social Change through Social Media: Developing Web-based Communities

featuring Jessica Jackley and Reza Aslan
7:00 p.m. Monday, April 16, 2018
Theatre, Building 4; parking available in Lot F
Tickets available online ($5 with MCC ID/$10 general public)
more details

Michael Ofsowitz and Jodi Oriel
Scholars' Day Committee Co-chairs

Oriel, Jodi
Office of Student Life & Leadership Development