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Update: Beginning Monday, August 23rd, 2021, Bay Mills Community College will require all employees, students, vendors, and visitors to wear masks inside campus buildings. We hoped to begin the school year without having to wear masks, but due to the number of increasing cases in our county and surrounding communities, BMCC must take the additional step of requiring the wearing of masks. 

Research and Special Projects

Bay Mills Community College has been both an initiator and collaborator in research activity. When BMCC faculty and staff serve as principal investigators (PIs), and BMCC is the lead institution on a research project, the BMCC Institutional Review Board (IRB) policies and procedures are utilized. In cases where BMCC faculty and staff are collaborators on a research project led by another institution or agency, BMCC relies on the IRB process of the lead institution or agency.

Research conducted by constituencies which are external to BMCC (colleges and universities, public or for-profit agencies) and take place within the Bay Mills Indian Community, or involves members of the Bay Mills Indian Community, or faculty, staff, or students at BMCC, must adhere to the IRB requirements of the sponsoring institution (not BMCC) and receive permission from the Bay Mills Indian Community Executive Council or BMCC IRB Administrator to conduct such research. Researchers from BMCC must also receive approval to conduct research within the Bay Mills Indian Community, or any other applicable jurisdiction. Generally, external researchers seeking approval to conduct research involving BMCC faculty, staff, or students must provide at minimum to BMCC their project introduction, methodology, copies of data collection tools, and proof of IRB approval from their home institution for consideration.

For inquiries regarding research at BMCC, please contact BMCC IRB Administrator, Dr. Steve Yanni.

Native American Medicinal Plants: Encouraging STEM Educational Partnerships through Indigenous Knowledge (ACS Collaborative Opportunities Grant)

Anthropogenic Contribution of Contaminants of Emerging Concern and Their Foodweb Implications in Waishkey Bay, Michigan: with an Investigation of Freshwater Mussels as a Sentinel (USDA NIFA 2017-38424-27083)

Student Research: Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products of Emerging Concern in Whaishkey Bay

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Student Research: Emerging and Legacy Pesticide Contamination in Waishkey Bay

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BMCC Students Gain Experiences through Internship

Bio Bus Student Research Project 

Switchgrass Intern Project 

BMCC Awarded NSF Grant to Conduct Research

Native American Research for Health (NARCH) Intership Programs

Healing Wintergreen