A Statewide Network For Biology Educators

Membership

Individual Memberships:

  • You are eligible to join MCCB if you currently teach or have taught biology at a community college, currently teach or have taught biology at an institution of higher education, or currently work or have worked in the biological sciences at a community college or institution of higher learning.
  • The membership year starts with the fall conference and runs for one calendar year.
  • Membership dues are $40 for full-time faculty and $15 for part-time or retired faculty.

To check on the status of your membership, e-mail mccbmembership@gmail.com

Click here To join or renew your membership paying online with a credit card

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Download (<-Click on it to download the membership application form and pay by mail)

For more information contact Isis Arsnoe (our membership contact person).

Institutional Memberships:

Any community college within the state of Michigan can further support the mission and values of MCCB by becoming an institutional member. Benefits include having the college logo and a live link on the membership page. Institutional memberships are $150 per year (running fall to fall).

INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER COLLEGES for 2021 are denoted by

Michigan Community Colleges and Representatives:

 

MCCB Colleges

MCCB Campus Representatives

       Institutional Logos

  Alpena Deb Hautau
Bay de Noc Marc LaBeau
  Bay Mills Christine Miller
Delta Mark Robertson
Glen Oak Ren Hartung
  Gogebic Larry Gabka
 Grand Rapids  Tim Periard
  Henry Ford Cindy Bida
   Jackson Laura Thurlow
  Kalamazoo Valley Verne Mills
  Kellogg Cynthia Herbrandson
Kirtland Pamela Nuttall
  Lake Michigan Frances Miles
 Lansing Erica Staton
  Macomb Cathy Kelly
   Mid-Michigan Jeffrey Percha
  Monroe County Tracy Rayl
Montcalm Heather Wesp
  Mott Brian Feige
  Muskegon Theresa VanVeelen
  North Central Mich Isis Arsnoe
   Northwestern Mi Greg Lacrosse
  Oakland Jeff Eichold, College Coordinator1. Vivian Anderson (Auburn Hills Campus)
2. Dawn Edford (Orchard Ridge Campus)3. Mario Lamberti (Highland Lakes Campus)
  St. Clair County Katherine Mantha
Schoolcraft Steve Cook
  Southwestern Michigan Clyde Dalton
 Washtenaw Susan Dentel
Wayne County Lynnda Skidmore
  West Shore Hamdy Helal

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MISSION of MCCB
  • To promote an interest in biology.
  • To improve the teaching of biology by providing opportunities to share and discuss instructional techniques and teaching methods.
  • To provide opportunities for updates on current topics and trends in biology.
  • To facilitate the exchange of ideas and foster communication, friendship and unity among the community college biologists in Michigan.