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Longview - Student Success Center
This guide explores all the resources available to MCC students through the Longview Student Success Center.
Scholar Day provides an opportunity for MCC students, faculty, and staff to showcase their research, class projects, or activities to foster learning and help students develop their presentation skills. The event provides an opportunity for the Longview community to engage with presenters to learn about some of the exceptional learning experiences happening at MCC-Longview. The idea for Scholar Day is rooted in the spirit of a previous campus tradition known as Imagination Longview. We hope to both honor past Longview traditions while also discovering new opportunities for academic and student engagement on our campus. Thus, all students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to submit a proposal via the link below to participate in Scholar Day. This year, the Student Success Center will host this event via Zoom, and all are welcome to join us!
Click on this link to explore the 2019 Scholar Day activities and presentations.
Joseph won the Faculty Award for his original research titled: The Scientific Method and Variables of Interspecific Feeder Dominance in Birds. (2019)
Joseph shared his passion for birds and learned more about the scientific method by applying it to his own research. He was sponsored by Keet Kopecky. (2019)
Keegan won the President's Award for his research into the opinions of scholarly experts concerning the question: Will American Theater Literature Obtain a Place Among Classical Theater Literature. He was sponsored by Ryan Morehead. (2019)
Tyler won the People's Choice Award by sharing the results of his passion to create : The Art of Stop Motion Animation. He was sponsored by Kimberlee Thomasson. (2019)