April 4: Be a part of the Class of 2017 Composite Photo

MG CompositeWant to be a part of the Class of 2017 Composite Photo? Then be sure to stop by the Main Dining Room of the Madame Cadillac Bld. on Tuesday, April 4 between noon – 7 p.m.

P.S. There is a $14 fee due at the time of sitting (exact cash/check or charge will be accepted)

For more information about commencement, go towww.marygrove.edu/commencement

Tomorrow: Opening Reception for “Perception: A Senior Art Exhibition”

Final perception for senior showDon’t miss the Marygrove Art Department’s final show of the school year: “Perception: A Senior Art Exhibition.”

This exhibit will feature art work by graduating BA and BFA students and will run through May 15.

The opening reception will take place tomorrow evening from 5-8 p.m. in The Gallery (4th floor of the Liberal Arts Building).

Marygrove Celebrates Social Work Month with Environmental Justice Forum: Tonight from 6 – 8 p.m.

industry-1752876_960_720In honor of Social Work Month, Marygrove’s Social Work and Social Justice Departments will host an Environmental Justice Forum tonight from 6-8 p.m. in Denk Chapman.

Speakers Antonio Rafael, Michelle Martinez, Oya Amakisi, and Susan Sunshine-Earth Poet will be sharing insights and information about their involvement in ecojustice activities.

We will also discuss the impact of air and water pollution, toxic waste, dumping, food-related issues, and climate change—not to mention things that we can do to help Mother Earth.

Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public.

Tonight: The Marygrove College Business Division Brings Local Business Professionals to Campus for Round Table Discussion

business-woman-portrait-1997285_960_720The Marygrove College Business Division is pleased to sponsor its first Business Round Table Discussion. Our first event will feature three business professionals who will discuss how to successfully launch your career in business.

This event is open to the public, but it is especially poignant for junior and senior business students.

Our Panelists are:

Aubrey Lee Jr.: First vice president and senior resident director of The Aubrey Lee, Jr. and Julius Readus Group at Merrill Lynch in Farmington Hills, Michigan

Felicia Felton: Human resource and safety manager at Sodecia North America

Raphael Wright: Entrepreneur and business author

These three distinguished Business Professionals will share their professional expertise and discuss how recent business graduates can begin their careers.

Thursday March 23
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Madame Cadillac Building, Denk Chapman Hall
Light Refreshments will be served

March 23 FreePlay Duo Concert Cancelled

hqdefaultThe performance by FreePlay Duo scheduled for THURSDAY, MARCH 23, is CANCELLED.

The free Master Class with FreePlay Duo continues as scheduled at 3:30 p.m. in the Marygrove Theatre followed by a special performance by vocal artists Suba Sankaran and Dylan Bell. All are invited.

For more information, contact Zen Zadravec, (313) 927-1394

March 22: Join Us for Hot Soup, Spiritual Cinema, and Engaging Conversation

soup-and-cinemaJoin us for hot soup, spiritual cinema, and thought-provoking discussions this Wednesday at our Lenten Soup and Spiritual Cinema Event!

Wednesday, March 22
12:30 p.m. Liberal Arts Building, Employee Lounge

For more information, contact Jesse Cox (313) 927-1404, jcox@marygrove.edu

March 23: FreePlay Duo Master Class Featuring Vocal Artists Suba Sankaran and Dylan Bell

hqdefaultJoin Marygrove musicians and guest music students on Thursday, March 23  at 3:30 p.m. in the MG Theatre as they work with vocal artists Suba Sankaran and Dylan Bell to improve their artistry and technique in front of a live audience.

For more information, contact Zen Zadravec, (313) 927-1394

Marygrove to Celebrate the 18th Annual Dr. Chaepyong (J.P.) Song Academic Symposium

Join us Friday, March 24th, for the 18th Annual Dr. Chaepyong (J.P.) Song Academic Symposium. This year’s theme is “The Body: Human Experience as Agency and Objectivity.” We are pleased that our faculty, staff, and students are ready to enlighten us on this theme. They are also eager to hear your comments, and  to entertain your questions.
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