You can find out more about African-American History Month by checking out our guide (lots of great books, DVDs, and websites)!
On Tuesday, February 5th, Cape Fear Student Sociological Society hosts :
Cultural Change Forum: Old School vs. New School
When : 11:00 to 12:15
Where : S-002
Inspired to read more about this topic?
We suggest : Old School vs New School
The LRC is participating in the annual Homecoming Banner Competition presented by the CFCC Alumni Association, SGA, and Student Activities/Athletics Department. Â All of the banner entries will be on display in the Schwartz Center this Friday, Feb. 1st, during the Homecoming basketball game (7:00 p.m. against Clinton Junior College).
SO, get out and support your Sea Devils and the LRC on Friday night!
Are you a fan of all things books, authors, and reading? Â Then you may be interested in attending the annual Book ‘Em North Carolina Writers Conference and Book Fair at Robeson Community College in Lumberton on Saturday, February 23rd, 9:30 to 4:00. Â The event is free and open to the public. Â Check out their website:Â http://www.bookemnc.org/
Check out theseÂ twelve new arrivals.
A new library guide is available for marine science students–or even anglers–who want to identify fish.
Check it out : FISH
Come check out books, audio, and DVDs about Martin Luther King Jr., and see details about the Cape FearÂ Service Learning FairÂ scheduled for Wednesday, January 23.Â For more information about the Service Learning Fair, Â contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know that the CFCC Libraries are partners in The Big Read Greater Wilmington? Â If you want to join in, dust off your copy of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and start reading! Â Look for various events around Wilmington in January and February. Â Plan on joining us at the WHQR Gallery (254 N. Front St.) on the Fourth Friday, Jan. 25th, for an exhibit of the fashion and art of the Gatsby period.
To find more events, check us out on the web @Â http://thebigreadwilmington.com/
In December 2010, the United Nations General Assembly declared 2013 as the International Year of Water Cooperation.Â The objective is to raise awareness, both on the potential for increased cooperation, and on the challenges facing water management.
CFCC is excited to welcome our new president, Dr. Ted D. Spring.
Dr. Spring has been a leader in higher education for many years, and most recently served as the President of New River Community and Technical College, which has five campuses spanning nine counties in southern West Virginia. During his time at the helm of New River Community and Technical College, Dr. Spring oversaw the transition of the separation of New River Community and Technical College to a stand-alone institution from its parent institution, Bluefield State College. Dr. Spring has been a teacher as well as a chief administrator, and has received many accolades for his leadership. We look forward to working with Dr. Spring and to the exciting future that awaits us all at Cape Fear Community College.
Dr. Spring’s first official day on the job is November 1st.