Newton Campus Events

January 25, 2017

Procrastinators Book Club: January Catch Up Session

Campus: Newton
Location: The Landing
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Join us for an informal meeting where we’ll shared the books we’ve read over winter break and follow up on our discussions from the fall semester (this is great for folks who didn’t get all the books read during the fall term).
January 31, 2017

Health Information Technology Information Session

Location: Ankeny campus, building 24, room 302
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Anyone wishing to learn more about the growing field of Electronic Health Records and Information Technology in the health care field, is encouraged to attend a Health Information Technology information session about the program. This session is also a requirement for acceptance to the HIT program. Contact Patty Origer for more information: 515-964-6548 or paoriger@dmacc.edu.

Health Information Technology Information Session

Location: Ankeny campus, building 24, room 302
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Anyone wishing to learn more about the growing field of Electronic Health Records and Information Technology in the health care field, is encouraged to attend a Health Information Technology information session about the program. This session is also a requirement for acceptance to the HIT program. Contact Patty Origer for more information: 515-964-6548 or paoriger@dmacc.edu.
February 22, 2017

Procrastinators Book Club: Small Great Things

Campus: Newton
Location: The Landing
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Court Reporting student, Holly Ortman will lead the discussion of Jodi Picoult’s newest novel, which tells the story of an Africa-American nurse who clashes with a young, racist couple who has just given birth.
March 29, 2017

Procrastinators Book Club: The Unspeakable

Campus: Newton
Location: The Landing
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Nursing instructor, Alex Thompson, will lead the discussion of Meghan Daum’s collection of essays, which she says circle around the “idea of emotional dissonance, the disconnect between what we think and what we think we’re supposed to feel and what we actually feel. Basically, it’s about what it’s like when you just can’t get with the program.”