Black History Notables

Stafford Campus10041 Cash RoadStafford, TX 77477 Ongoing through Tuesday, February 28, 2023, 1pm Sponsored by MOH: Featuring Jack Johnson, Barry White, Myra Davis, Dr. Ronald McNair, Lorrain Hansberry

Faculty Exhibits | All Seven Galleries | Jan 17 thru April 06

Seven HCC Campuses Tuesday, February 7, 2023 See idLoom link for the most current information and campus addresses.West Loop | Amy Lee; NW | Natalie Stovall; CE | Katherine Rhodes Fields; SE | Jonathan Paul Jackson and Rachelle Vasquez; SW | Thomas Clark & Walter Wagner; NE | Dianne Curtis; SE | Melinda LaszczynskiThis event is presented by the MEDIA, VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Center of Excellence. DEAN, Colleen Reilly, PhD. • MEDIA ARTS (Filmmaking, Audio Recording, Music Business) CHAIR, Michael Cohn, MA  • VISUAL ARTS (Studio Art & Art History) CHAIR, Katherine Rhodes Fields, MFA, MA TESL  •  PERFORMING ARTS (Dance, Drama, Music) CHAIR, Susan Hines, MM  •   More info: hcc.idloom.events…

Learn how to Learn

Virtual Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 11am – 12pm Learn how to study and retain information. Learn your processes to plan, monitor, and assess your understanding and performance. Metacognition includes a critical awareness of one's thinking and learning and oneself as a thinker and learner.  More info: hccs-edu.zoom.us…

HCC Veterans Leadership Program - Learn about and achieve personal growth potential

HCC Missouri City Campus, Room 226, 1600 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, TX 77489 Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 5 – 9pm Topic: Learn about and achieve personal growth potentialContact person (email and phone number): Ravi.Brahmbhatt@hccs.edu | 713-718-5269 A premium executive leadership package, offered at no fee to veterans and active service members All attendees receive a complimentary MBTI assessment and course materials Outcomes: Draft and execute a Personal Development Action Plan Business Plan  More info: rwur.hccs.edu…

Mental Health 101 NAMI

Virtual Wednesday, February 8, 2023, 12 – 1:15pm NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) at HCCMental Health 101-  provides a basic understanding of the most common mental health challenges and their signs/symptoms to help support individuals early when symptoms are emerging. It will discuss the prevalence of mental health disorders and current statistics related to identification, treatment, and recovery.This session is open to all HCC students, faculty, staff, and their circles of support.Please register through the website link. More info: hcc.idloom.events…

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