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Location:2112 N 30th St, Omaha, NE 68111, USA

Metro Community College

Upcoming events

  • January 27, 2020 6:00 pm - January 27, 2020 8:00 pm

    This session will show and cover how and why shark migration patterns have changed and what is driving the movement of them.  Instructor Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • January 29, 2020 6:00 pm - January 29, 2020 9:00 pm

    Discover the contributions of aircraft and engine development in Nebraska. Eppley Airfield, Aksarben field, the Army Balloon corps, the development of the first 200 HP aircraft engine and the first five passenger aircraft. We'll also look at Omaha’s Airmail Service.  Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $14.50
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • January 31, 2020 1:00 pm - January 31, 2020 4:00 pm

    Discover all the variables that have to be there to form these incredible thunderstorms. We will also look at tornadic activity, hail and other weather-related phenomena.. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 1, 2020 9:00 am - February 1, 2020 11:00 am

    This session will cover how and why birds migrate in the Western Hemisphere and how temperatures effect their migration patterns. This is a child/parent class, only the child needs to register. (ages 5-12). Taught by Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 3, 2020 6:00 pm - February 3, 2020 8:00 pm

    This session will cover how and why birds migrate in the Western Hemisphere and how temperatures effect their migration patterns. Taught by Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 5, 2020 6:00 pm - February 5, 2020 9:00 pm

    Investigate one of the world’s greatest scientist and his contributions to the world. Explore his experiments and development of AC power and wireless power transfer through the atmosphere. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 7, 2020 1:00 pm - February 7, 2020 4:00 pm

    Investigate one of the greatest formations of nature, the hurricane. We will cover all the variables that form hurricanes. We will also look at, storm surge, tornadic activity, hail and other weather-related phenomena to the hurricane. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 8, 2020 9:00 am - February 8, 2020 11:00 am

    Observe how the oceans affect the weather across the globe. Watch some of history’s most powerful hurricanes develop and descend on land. Learn how meteorologists predict the weather and try your own skill by making your own forecast. This is a child/parent class, only the child needs to register. (ages 5-12)  Instructor Leon Micek

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 10, 2020 6:00 pm - February 10, 2020 8:00 pm

    Observe how the oceans affect the weather across the globe. Watch some of history’s most powerful hurricanes develop and descend on land. Learn how meteorologists predict the weather and try your own skill by making your own forecast.  Instructor Leon Micek

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 12, 2020 6:00 pm - February 12, 2020 9:00 pm

    Explore the underlying factors that govern and control the earth’s climate. We will look at the data sets that have been collected and allow for the climate classification around the world.  Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 14, 2020 1:00 pm - February 14, 2020 4:00 pm

    What are the various parts of reading and recording what you see in the sky? Learn how to read and write METAR codes that are used in aviation, Nation Weather Service (NOAA) and worldwide applications. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 15, 2020 9:00 am - February 15, 2020 11:00 am

    Take a tour of the Solar System with fifteen stops around the planets and moons that rotate around our sun. Learn how the Sun is the center of the Earth and why Venus, not Mercury, is the hottest planet in our Solar System. Discover which planets have the greatest chance of life and why. This is a child/parent class, only the child needs to register. (ages 5-12)   Instructor Leon Micek

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 17, 2020 6:00 pm - February 17, 2020 8:00 pm

    Take a tour of the Solar System with fifteen stops around the planets and moons that rotate around our sun. Learn how the Sun is the center of the Earth and why Venus, not Mercury, is the hottest planet in our Solar System. Discover which planets have the greatest chance of life and why. Instructor Leon Micek

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 19, 2020 6:00 pm - February 19, 2020 9:00 pm

    We’ll cover and answer questions of what is going on in this area of the world. We will review some famous cases, such as, Flight 19, Bruce Gernon and other intriguing ones. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 21, 2020 1:00 pm - February 21, 2020 4:00 pm

    Discover the basics of how to make a weather forecast. Learn all the various parts that forecasters use to make the daily forecast. You will make a forecast at the end of the session. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 22, 2020 9:00 am - February 22, 2020 11:00 am

    Earth is a fragile and complex system. Learn how the Earth has changed due to temperature change and the domino effect that has resulted. Witness how Earth’s system has been altered through the atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere. This is a child/parent class, only the child needs to register. (ages 5-12). Instructor Leon Micek

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 24, 2020 6:00 pm - February 24, 2020 8:00 pm

    Earth is a fragile and complex system. Learn how the Earth has changed due to temperature change and the domino effect that has resulted. Witness how Earth’s system has been altered through the atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere. Instructor Leon Micek

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 26, 2020 6:00 pm - February 26, 2020 9:00 pm

    Explore the significant evidence that has been collected over the last 70 years. We will examine local reports of UFO’s as well.  Taught by David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

     

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 28, 2020 1:00 pm - February 28, 2020 4:00 pm

    Explore the geology of Rocky Mountain Park. We will review photos of the geology and other intriguing aspects of the mountain's history.   Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • February 29, 2020 9:00 am - February 29, 2020 11:00 am

    This session will show and cover how and why shark migration patterns have changed and what is driving the movement of them. This is a child/parent class. Only the child needs to register.  Instructor Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • March 2, 2020 6:00 pm - March 2, 2020 8:00 pm

    This session will show and cover how and why shark migration patterns have changed and what is driving the movement of them.  Instructor Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • March 6, 2020 1:00 pm - March 6, 2020 4:00 pm

    Explore the geologic evidence and photos of how the Continental Divide was formed. We will also look at the surrounding mountain ranges.  Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • March 7, 2020 9:00 am - March 7, 2020 11:00 am

    This session will cover how and why birds migrate in the Western Hemisphere and how temperatures effect their migration patterns. This is a child/parent class, only the child needs to register. (ages 5-12). Taught by Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • March 9, 2020 6:00 pm - March 9, 2020 8:00 pm

    This session will cover how and why birds migrate in the Western Hemisphere and how temperatures effect their migration patterns. Taught by Jill Langhorst

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    About Science on a Sphere:

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • March 11, 2020 6:00 pm - March 11, 2020 9:00 pm

    Discover the type of equipment used in investigations and the subsequent analysis of the collected data. We will also look at the techniques used to tell whether a photo is fake or real.  Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 3.00
    CEUs: 0.30

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

  • March 13, 2020 1:00 pm - March 13, 2020 4:00 pm

    Look at a field survey conducted in SE Nebraska, Jefferson County. Karst Landscapes are formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks which cause sink holes. We will look at the limestone formations, soils and the damping effect of EMF fields in that region. Instructor David Pares

    Fee: $29.00
    Hours: 2.00
    CEUs: 0.20

    In the fall of 2019, MCC debuted the permanent exhibit Science On a Sphere at MCC North Express. The installation of the Science On a Sphere exhibit is the first permanent exhibit of its kind in Nebraska and features breathtaking visualizations of earth and space.

    In collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, MCC has developed a multitude of informative and engaging SOS programs that appeal to community and school audiences.  The visually stunning display engages students by showing datasets, which seem like educational “movies” starring science textbook topics. Science on a Sphere comes preloaded with over 500 datasets ranging in length and in complexity across dozens of topics. MCC staff is able to customize programs to meet teacher and educational needs and we are in the process of developing and sharing new SOS courses on topics of global and local importance.

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