Tag Archive | Chuck Bowden

Bowden receives ‘Outstanding Faculty Member Award’

Bowden receives ‘Outstanding Faculty Member Award’

Mid Michigan Community College sociology professor, Chuck Bowden, was honored with the Outstanding Faculty Member Award for 2016 through the Michigan Community College Association (MCCA). This annual award recognizes one Michigan community college faculty member for his or her teaching achievements, service, honors, and strong commitment to the purpose and philosophy of the community college […]

MMCC instructor, jazz man brings music to life in class

MMCC instructor, jazz man brings music to life in class

“Professors who rock” is an ongoing series about MMCC professors, adjunct faculty, administrators and staff who spend their free time as a part of the local music scene. By ELIZABEH SCHAFER Editor It isn’t very often that you have a teacher who changes your whole world a bit. I feel like I have said this […]

New club at MMCC hosts meeting

  The first meeting of MMCC’s newest student club, The Successful Student, will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, in the Harrison Cafeteria. Sociology professor Chuck Bowden will be the guest speaker. The new club focuses on student-to-student interaction and educating students about available resources to help them become more successful. For more […]

Music helps sociology prof connect with his students

Music helps sociology prof connect with his students

      By ELIZABETH SCHAFER Editor “I may be growing old, but I am not growing up.” After meeting Chuck Bowden, the Peter Pan-ish quote above is brilliant (several people had told me to do a Professors who Rock on him). I immediately knew why everyone digs him. Yes, he played in a band […]

Question of the month: October 2012

(Editor’s note: Every month, The Laker Current poses a question to MMCC students, and sometimes faculty and staff. We want to know what you’re thinking.) This month’s question is: What is the one class you’ve taken at MMCC that you would consider your all-time favorite and why? “Intro Psychology with Joe Phillips. I enjoy the […]