The Center for Experiential Learning at Muskegon Community College is presenting a three-part lecture series on the “Iconic Women of U.S. History” beginning on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m. in the Sturrus Technology Center, 388 W. Clay Street, Muskegon.
Free and open to the public, the talk kickoffs Women’s History Month celebration throughout March and will be held in the Dr. Donald and Nancy Crandall Experiential Learning Lab on the first floor.
MCC Distinguished Faculty Award recipient and Emeritus Instructor Bill Jacobks will offer insights into the lives and times of three prominent American women – Crystal Eastman, Isadora Duncan, and Voltairine de Cleyre – who contributed to our nation’s social, cultural, political and economic development.
Upcoming Jacobks’ talks in the series will focus on Eleanor Roosevelt on Thursday, March 1, and Audrey Hepburn and Susie Bright on Thursday, March 15. Both lectures are free and open to the public and begin at 6 p.m. in the Dr. Donald and Nancy Crandall Experiential Learning Lab in the Sturrus Technology Center.
For more information, contact the MCC Social Sciences Department at (231) 777-0380.