In order to highlight student work and innovation, Mid Michigan College is hosting a Student Showcase on each campus. These events, which everyone is encouraged to attend, take place 10am-4pm Tuesday, April 26 on the College’s Harrison Campus in the Esther C. Conference Room and 10am-4pmThursday, April 28 on the Mt. Pleasant Campus in the Community Room.
“The Student Showcase is an important event that allows students to interact with staff, faculty, and community members as they present their work and answer questions,” said Ryan Dziedzic, Biology Lectureship and Student Showcase Committee Member. “The event closes the loop on skills like strategic planning, critical thinking, and public speaking.”
Exhibits include an array of projects and displays, including research papers, speeches, sculptures, short films, posters, and demonstrations, from both general education and career-technical courses.
“We learn so much when we learn from each other,” noted Mid President Tim Hood. “This event celebrates both our students’ accomplishments and our faculty members’ commitment to supporting student learning. I look forward to seeing the students' work and connecting with the many attendees.”