Monthly Archives: October 2016

Former NFL player to speak at LCC Business Etiquette Dinner- Get your tickets!

Todd Duckett, former NFL player and local business owner, will speak at the 10th annual LCC and American Marketing Association Business Etiquette Dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the Kellogg Center.

The event is $20 for students and faculty. Tickets can be purchased at CASE Credit Union in the Gannon Building of the LCC Downtown Campus or contact Bill Motz at or (517) 483-1540.

Event schedule:

Networking | 5 – 6 p.m.: Discuss future employment and academic opportunities with employers and representatives from four-year colleges and universities.

Etiquette Dinner | 6 – 8:30 p.m.:  Shelly Mielock Davis, local image consultant, will discuss the do’s and don’ts of dining with business professionals.

Speakers | 8:30 – 9 p.m.: Todd Duckett, local business owner and former NFL player, and Dr. Paul Hernandez, Chief Diversity Officer of Lansing Community College, will speak on overcoming obstacles and achieving success.

Event details:

When: Thursday, November 15 from – 5 –  9 p.m.
Where: The Kellogg Center Big Ten Room A – Michigan State University, East Lansing
Tickets are $20. Students, faculty, and friends are invited.
Seating is limited. Purchase tickets here at our CASE Credit
Union branch on campus, or contact Bill Motz at: or 517-483-1540
Students, New & Existing CASE Credit Union Members
receive $5.00 off the ticket price!

LCC Performing Arts presents: Serious Money

Opens Nov. 4! For showtimes, dates and ticket information, visit Money 2016 v2 outdoor

A rollicking, very black comedy about financial greed and predatory capitalism run amok by one of England’s leading feminist playwrights. Inspired by the deregulation of the financial markets in England in the mid 1980’s, the play examines the corrupting influence of money that transcends geography, class, race and gender. But this is no dry history lesson: set amidst the wild world of scrappy traders and global power-brokers, this is a stylish play filled with love and lust, suicide and scandal, featuring a talented cast of LCC students and alumni. Contains adult language/situations.

The cast includes Hannah Feuka, Monica Tanner, Alexsandria Clift, Sally Hecksel, Doak Bloss, Jesse Frawley, Ndegwa McCloud, Connor Kelly, Becca Williams, Ben Guenther, Emilio Pido, Anna Hill, Tobin Bates, Rahman Shareef Muhammad, Steve Lee, and Storm Boyer.

Study abroad in Literary Ireland

Interested in studying in Ireland? Attend an informational sessions next week to learn more about the Literary Ireland trip that will be held this May.

The two-and-a-half-week trip focuses on Irish literature and mythology, and includes stays in Dublin, Sligo and Galway. The program also includes on-campus meetings on Fridays during most of the spring semester.

Informational sessions will be held from 4:10-5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24 in A&S 111, and from 5:10-6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26 in A&S 112.

All students are welcome on the trip. Estimated costs are around $3,550, including lodging, tuition, most meals, tickets and admissions, and estimated airfare. Please check with the Financial Aid Office regarding aid for tuition and any fees for study abroad.

For more information or to apply, contact Professor Teresa Purvis at or 517-483-1047, or Professor Sarah Gibbons at or 517-410-9836.

Experience Virtual Reality at the Library Technology Open House

Library Technology Open House
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Library Atrium

Come to the Library Technology Open House to experience the Library’s newest technology–the virtual reality system, Oculus Rift. The Oculus Rift immerses users in a 360 degree, 3-D world. Users can play games and take educational tours. The educational experiences include journeys through the solar system, the human body, and famous art museums. Try the Oculus Rift and learn about other technology offerings in the Library including the gaming room, and technology you can check-out such as laptops, iPads and more!

Questions? Contact John Szilagyi, Library Technologist, at or 517-483-1650.

Immerse yourself in Japan with internship abroad

Interested in learning about another culture and gaining work experience abroad? Attend an informational session on Oct. 20 or 26 to learn more about the Japan Immersion 2017 internship opportunity.

Interns will work aboard the “Michigan” boat, cruising Lake Biwa with the Biwako Kisen Steamship Company. They will greet Japanese tourists and schoolchildren who board the boat and serve as American cultural ambassadors.

“This internship is more than an internship,” former participant Elliot Welch said. “It helped me see the world differently, explore a different culture, and work with Japanese and Americans every day to accomplish a common goal.”

Informational sessions will be held from 4-5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20, and from 4-5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Both sessions will be held in the Gannon Building, Room 118.

The unpaid internship is worth 4 credits.

For more information or to apply, contact Mieko Philips at