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Sul Ross State University transfer specialist will be available to meet with MC students.
Learn about the rewarding career of registered nursing and MC's Associate Degree Nursing program.
MC Students: Join the fun every Tuesday from September 12-October 17 at the MC Tennis Courts located across the MC circle from the Fox Science Building.
Don't miss the opportunity to hear the inspiring journey of sisters, Ms. Becky McCraney and Ms. Kathy Harrison. They will be sitting down for an enlightening conversation with Midland College President Dr. Damon Kennedy.
Discover the secrets of their success as they share their story and insights, setting the stage for a joyful holiday season.
As a special treat, we'll be serving light holiday refreshments to kickstart the festive spirit.
We look forward to welcoming you all for this wonderful event!
The Midland College Chaparrals will host teams from across West Texas and southeast New Mexico in the Midland College Fall Baseball Classic, Thursday-Saturday, October 5-7, at Christensen Stadium.
October 5Midland College vs New Mexico Military Institute, 2 pmNew Mexico Military Institute vs El Paso Community College, 5 pm
October 6El Paso Community College vs Western Texas College, 11 amWestern Texas College vs Howard College, 2 pmHoward College vs Odessa College, 5 pm
October 7Midland College vs Odessa College, 11 amOdessa College vs New Mexico Junior College, 2 pmMidland College vs New Mexico Junior College, 5 pm
The baseball games are open to the public, and no admission is charged. Fans are encouraged to bring regreshments and snacks to Christensen Stadium and support the Chaparrals!
• MC Chaparral Baseball Home Page
FREE Fall Farmers Market - The West Texas Food Bank will be on the MC main campus. Free produce and lunch for the entire MC community (while supplies last).
Enjoy a special performance by MC music students.
The community is invited to this important discussion on the dangers of fentanyl. The event is moderated by KMID Anchor/Reporter Mike Mahoney and includes panel experts from local law enforcement, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), mental health and emergency medicine. They will be joined by family members who have been affected by fentanyl poisoning.
Fentanyl is the #! cause of death for 18- to 45-year-olds in the U.S. Knowledge is key!
The Davidson Distinguished Lecture Series presents global economist Vijay Vaitheeswaran, "How the New Rules of Innovation Can Transform Business, Propel Nations to Greatness and Tame the World's Most Wicked Problems."
Tickets are not required for General Admission seating.
Preferred seating and a special pre-lecture reception is available for Midland College Friends of the Series and Distinguished Donors. Contact the Midland College Foundation Office, (432) 685-4526, for more information.
Global energy and climate innovation editor for The Economist and leading specialist on China, business and technology, innovation and emerging markets.
Vijay Vaitheeswaran is the U.S. Business Editor of The Economist, its former China Business Editor & Bureau Chief and is an award-winning writer. He served as an advisor on sustainability and innovation to the World Economic Forum/Davos. Vaitheeswaran is a leading authority on China, global health, international trade, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.
With a career that has taken him from Mexico City and London to Shanghai, Vaitheeswaran brings an impressive depth of expertise to topics and issues ranging from politics and economics, the business and technology of energy and the environment, and China’s dynamic and in-innovative private sector. As The Economist’s former healthcare editor, he gained valuable experience covering the health and economic impacts of pandemic outbreaks.
The Financial Times declared Vaitheeswaran to be “a writer to whom it is worth paying attention.” His latest book is Need, Speed and Greed: How the New Rules of Innovation Can Transform Businesses, Propel Nations to Greatness, and Tame the World’s Most Wicked Problems. Kirkus Reviews declared it to be “a perfect primer for the post-industrial age” and Amazon named it a “Selection of the Month.” His previous books have also garnered accolades, ranging from lengthy reviews in The New Yorker to short listing for the “Financial Times Business Book of the Year” prize. He wrote The World is Not Flat, a timely and provocative Special Report in The Economist on the disruptive future for globalization, multinational firms and supply chains.
He led the editorial team that launched Economist Global Business Review, a successful app that is the first bilingual product offered by The Economist in its 175-year history.
His opinion pieces have appeared in leading publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, The New York Times and Foreign Policy, and he frequently appears on CNBC, Bloomberg, MSNBC, BBC and NPR. He has addressed groups ranging from the U.S. National Governors’ Association and the U.N. General Assembly to the TED and Aspen Ideas conferences. He also serves as chairman of a provocative series of Innovation Summits organized by The Economist, held annually in Chicago, Hong Kong and London.
Vijay is a Life Member at America’s Council on Foreign Relations, served as a member of the Economic Club of New York and on the adjunct faculty at New York University. At the invitation of the dean, he created and taught the first interdisciplinary class on Energy & Environment offered at the Stern School of Business. Vijay is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an alumnus of Harvard Business School.
Attention MC Students: Are you interested in transferring to ASU? If so, join the Career & Transfer Center on a bus trip to San Angelo for a special tour of the ASU campus. Seats are limited; registration is required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place! Information will be provided about departure location after you register.
Join the Midland College Music Department for this event feturing songwriters Katie Cash, Keith Larsen, Raquel Lindemann and Carol Champagne. Admission is $10; please purchase tickets in person through the MC Music Department, Allison Fine Arts Building, Room 135.
Join the Midland College Music Department for this special workshop led by songwriters Katie Cash, Keith Larsen, Raquel Lindemann and Carol Champagne. Topics include lyric, music, rhythm and structure, chord progression and creative writing. Admission is FREE, but seating is limisted. Email Dr. Rabon Bewley, email@example.com, to register.
The Midland College Lady Chaparrals will host the Clarendon College Bulldogs on Saturday, October 7, 2 pm at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center.
• MC Lady Chaparral Volleyball home page
The Midland College Art Department and the Midland Arts Association invite you to a reception featuring juried works by local artists. The exhibit will be displayed October 12-November 10 in the Allison Fine Arts Building McCormick Gallery. Gallery hours are 8:00 am-9:00 pm, Monday through Friday and 8:00 am-5:00 pm on Friday. There is no fee to view the exhibit or attend the reception.
The Midland College Lady Chaparrals will host the Western Texas College Westerners on Saturday, October 14, 2 pm at the Al G. Langford Chaparral Center.
The Midland College Chaparrals will host the University of Texas - Permian Basin Falcons on Saturday, October 14, 1:00 pm, at Christensen Stadium.