Local and regional health care companies will be available to answer questions, accept resumes and distribute material relating to their company. Transfer institutions will also be in attendance.
Arts Fest offers numerous free workshops to give people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to explore different artistic media.
MORE INFO TO COME
GCC students and faculty accomplish great things throughout the year and on March 30, 2017 we invite the entire college community to recognize our best work and brightest minds at the second annual Scholars Symposium – a celebration of inquiry and scholarship. Students, faculty, staff, community leaders and friends, some from afar, will be sharing and demonstrating scholarly achievements in all disciplines through presentations, poster exhibits and performances. The Scholars Symposium is the opportunity to expand horizons, hone presentation skills and engage in our collective brain power for all to enjoy and to appreciate.
John Covach will be lecturing on The History of Rock and Roll. He’s the Director Institute for Popular Music, Professor of Music Theory, Chair, The College Department of Music, Mercer Brugler Distinguished Teaching Professor, The College Department of Music, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester.
Looking for a job or internship?
All majors, students, alumni, and community members are invited to join us for this FREE event! Explore the opportunities with local and regional employers.
Career Service’s Internship Fair is a great way to connect with local and corporate businesses who are looking for students, like YOU, to fill their internship needs!
Richard C. Call Arena Dedication and Student Success Center Open House
Thursday, September 7, 2017, 5 – 7 p.m.
This special event will be attended by the many donors who contributed to the “Creating Our Future Together” capital campaign and supported the College’s successful fundraising efforts with $5.2 million dollars to support the new facilities at the Batavia Campus as well as endowed scholarships for students in the College’s six campus centers. Tours of the new facilities will be ongoing throughout the event, and the Dedication Ceremony will commence at 6 p.m. in the Richard C. Call Arena with a reception immediately following. (This event is by invitation only.)
Genesee Community College Convocation
Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 1 – 3 p.m. / Stuart Steiner Theatre
This formal academic ceremony marks a milestone in the life of a college or university. Afternoon classes will be cancelled allowing students, faculty, staff, honored guests and community members to join in the solemn ceremony that recognizes not only the College’s 50th Anniversary but also its promising future with the new facilities, new academic programs and courses, and the forward-thinking student success services. GCC’s last convocation was in 2006 to recognize the College’s 40th Anniversary.
Presentation/Lecture by Dr. Heather Ann Thompson
Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 7 p.m. / T102
As part of the Historical Horizons lecture series, Pulitzer Prize and Bancroft Prize winning author Dr. Heather Ann Thompson will cap off the College’s special Convocation Day, delivering a presentation, “Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and its Legacy,” based on her award-winning book. Attica State Prison is part of GCC’s history with inmate education a part of its programming in the 1980s. Dr. Thompson’s book provides a definitive account of the prison uprising in 1971. She utilized sources available to no other researchers to write a reliable tome that upends the myths and exposes cover-ups of that violent event that captured international attention. For a complete listing of the Fall 2017 lecture series go to: https://gcchistoricalhorizons.wordpress.com/(link is external)
FRIDAY EVENT: Third Annual Cougar Crawl
September 22, 2017, 5 – 8 p.m. / Various Stops in Downtown Batavia
The GCC community, be they current students, faculty or staff, alumni, retirees or general supporters are all invited to stroll through downtown Batavia making special stops for special treats at various businesses, many owned or operated by GCC alumni. The event kicks off at City Slickers and winds up at TF Brown’s with various stops to businesses such as the YNGoddess, The Hidden Door and Center Street Smokehouse. Cougar Crawl stops are still in development and subject to change. Cost is $15, or 2 for $25.00 and will NOT be sold at the door.