E-Bully E-Bulletin
Calendar MLink www.mccc.edu E-Bully Archives

   
The Who, What, Where, When @ MCCC

 

 

February 16, 2012

Like MCCC on Facebook!
Visit MCCC's YouTube page!


Table of Contents

Coming Events

Current News

Links

High School Talent Competition Coming to JKC

Blood Drive Feb. 20 and 23

Sports Expert Garrett Kramer presents "Stillpower" Feb. 21

TV Students to Broadcast High School Basketball Championships Feb. 23

Leipzig to Lecture on Degas and Pippin Feb. 28

Felician College to Host Information Session Feb. 28

Bus Trip to see "Chicago" March 1

Juvenile and Criminal Justice Conference March 30

Coming to Kelsey Theatre

Event Reminders

Good News on Sustainability

Men's Soccer Coach Resigns; Interim Head Coach Announced

Alum Laura Rose Helps Patients Better Their Lives

MCCC Awarded for Blood Donations

Passing of Framarz Khoushab's Wife

Datatel/Project NASA Updates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updates and Info

Mercer in the News This Week

News Links and Social Media

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming Events

High School Talent Competition Coming to JKC
Mercer County high school students are invited to enter a talent competition hosted by the Delta Upsilon Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, in affiliation with the Youth College program of MCCC. The Annual Talent Hunt Competition is open to ninth through twelfth graders. The deadline to enter is Sunday, Feb. 19, and the competition will be held on Saturday, March 3, at 12 p.m. in Kerney Hall
. More here.
top

Blood Drive Feb. 20 and 23
This year's blood drive will be held held Monday, Feb. 20 from noon to 6 p.m., and Thursday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the West Windsor Student Center, room 211. Free t-shirts will be given to all who donate blood.

top

Sports Expert Garrett Kramer presents "Stillpower" Feb. 21
What do athletes want to know to be successful? Author Garrett Kramer will speak on "Stillpower," on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at noon in AD131. He is the founder and managing partner of Inner Sports, LLC and has provided consulting and/or crisis management services to hundreds of athletes and coaches. For more information contact Athletic Trainer Lisa Camillone at ext. 3747.

top

TV Students to Broadcast High School Basketball Championships Feb. 23
MCTV, the cable channel of MCCC, will provide live, county-wide coverage of the 2012 Mercer County High School Basketball Tournament Championships on Thursday, Feb. 23. The doubleheader will feature the girls' game at 5:30 p.m. and the boys' game at 7:30 p.m. The games will be broadcast live on Comcast and Cablevision channel 26 and Verizon FiOS channel 20. The entire television event will be produced by MCCC students enrolled in the Radio, Television and Digital Film degree programs. Coverage will also feature game analysis from MCCC Professor and sports author Craig Coenen, MCCC Women's Basketball Coach Mike Tenaglia, MCCC Men's Basketball Coach Howard Levy, Jim Giglio, and Bob Hutchinson. More here.
top

Leipzig to Lecture on Degas and Pippin Feb. 28
Professor Mel Leipzig will discuss two great painters as part of MCCC's Distinguished Lecture Series. French artist Edgar Degas was academically educateed but rejected the rules of the academy. Horace Pippin, of African American ancestry, had no formal training yet excelled in his work. It takes place on Tues., Feb. 28, 12 noon in CM110.
More here.
top

Felician College to Host Information Session Feb. 28
Attention Nursing Faculty: Please let students know that Felician College will host an Information Session for its on-site RN-BSN Fast Track Program on Feb. 28, from 4 to 7p.m. in room SC210. Students should contact Marie Scolavino at scolavinom@felician.edu to RSVP.
top

Bus Trip to see "Chicago" March 1
From Danielle Garruba: All are invited to see "Chicago" on Broadway in New York City on Thursday, March 1. The bus leaves promptly at 3 p.m. from the P.E. building circle. Dinner is on your own. The show starts at 8 p.m., and the bus leaves NYC at 10:45 p.m., returning to MCCC at approximately 12:15 a.m. Tickets include bus and the show, and can be purchased in SC 111 (students: $15; alumni: $35; staff/faculty: $50; outsiders: $55). Tickets include the bus and the show and are available first come, first served. Tickets cannot be put on hold and must be paid at the time of pickup.

top

Juvenile and Criminal Justice Conference March 30
"Targeting the Usual Suspects: Improving Justice Strategies," takes place at MCCC's Conference Center on Friday, March 30. The day will feature speakers, workshops, networking and "Meet the Authors." The event is sponsored by the N J. Chapter of the American Correctional Association, the N. J. Association of Criminal Justice Educators, MCCC and Cisco Systems. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch. Details here.

top

 

 

Feb. 17-19: Reock & Roll Review's Déjà Vu Concert

Feb. 24-March 4: "Death of a Salesman"

March 3: "Dinosaur Babies"

top

Event Reminders __This Week's Events on MLink ____ Full College Calendar_____Event Submission Form

African American History Month Events [See details on all events here.]

    • Fri., Feb. 17: "Caribbean Carnival Fete," from 7 p.m. to midnight, in the WWC Student Center Cafeteria. Tickets are $5 for all. Call ext. 3404. Flyer here.
    • Sun., Feb. 26, 7 p.m.: "An Evening of Praise" at Kelsey Theatre. Presenters will include The Voices of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church of Hightstown, PUSH 5 Ministries of Florence, and Brothers of Faith from First Baptist Church of Yardley. Contact Lucia Brown-Joseph at ext. 3403 or e-mail brownl@mccc.edu.
      top

Feb. 29: Rwandan Genocide Survivor Eugenie Mukeshimana will speak at MCCC's Holocaust-Genocide Resource Center on Romeo Dallaire's book "Shake Hands with the Devil." Feb. 29, 4:30 p.m. She is the founder of the Genocide Survivors Support Network, whose mission is to help genocide survivors rebuild their lives. See the website here.

March 7: WPU at MCCC To Host Open House, 6 to 8 p.m. at the Student Center Cafeteria, WWC. WPU offers bachelor’s degree programs at Mercer in Business Administration, Early Childhood Education, Liberal Studies and Psychology. RSVP to Judy Grausso or call 609-570-3358.

April 2: Be Part of "Spring Into Student Success!" 6 p.m. at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village. More here, or contact Amy Frangione at ext. 3293 or e-mail foundation@mccc.edu.

Tribute to Legendary Basketball Coach Howie Landa: A committee chaired by former MCCC Athletics Director/Professor Emeritus Al Leister is searching for alumni, retirees, and long-time MCCC faculty and staff who knew Mr. Landa. Plans include fundraising to inscribe Landa's name on the gymnasium floor, and hosting a ceremony Sept. 15 to unveil the court in the gym, followed by dinner at the Conference Center. More here, or contact John Simone at ext. 3740.

Exercise and Healthy Living Classes -- FREE to faculty, staff and students:
Yoga classes meet every Wed. at 12 noon in the gym.
Evening Yoga classes meet Mondays and Thursdays
, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in FA129.

Zumba classes meet every Tuesday and Thursday at 12 noon in FA129.
Questions about fitness classes may be directed to Danielle Garruba at ext. 3412 or garrubad@mccc.edu.

top

Current News_Current News online

Good News on Sustainability
From the Sustainability Subcommittee: It was reported at Tuesday’s College Governance Council that the college’s consumption of copy paper is down 17 percent from the total at the same time last year. According to the subcommittee’s chair, Amy Ricco, that is a real sign that staff and faculty on both campuses are doing their part to go greener. The committee is also developing Earth Week events for students and staff. More details to come.
top

Men's Soccer Coach Resigns; Interim Head Coach Announced
Patrick Snyder, the head coach for men's soccer at Mercer, has resigned. Snyder, who just completed his first season with the Vikings, has accepted a position to coach at New Jersey City University.
Widmarc Dalce, an assistant coach for the past two years, will serve as interim head coach. Dalce is an alumnus of the Vikings' 1996 national championship team. He has served as an assistant coach for women's soccer at Princeton University and is the former head coach for boys soccer at Allentown High School. More here.
top

Alum Laura Rose Helps Patients Better Their Lives
Laura Rose, '08 (A.A., Humanities and Social Science), made a fresh start for a new career in psychology at MCCC. An honors student who excelled at Mercer, Rose went on to earn her bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Critical Sexuality Studies from Rutgers University. She worked at the Carrier Clinic assisting adolescent females in a residence program, and is now with the Children's Home in Mount Holly. She plans to continue her education with the goal of a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. More here.

top

MCCC Awarded for Blood Donation
The college was honored at the New Jersey Devils Hockey Game Jan. 19 for its contribution of 43 pints of blood during the 2011 blood drive, which was run by the African-American Student Organization. The award was accepted by club advisor Lucia Brown-Joseph. More here with photo.

top

Passing of Framarz Khoushab's Wife
Professor Khoushab's wife, Freeda Jalilian, passed away on Saturday after a long illness. If you wish to send condolences, the address is 1502 Valley View Drive, Gwynedd Valley, PA 19437.
top

Datatel/Project NASA Updates on MLink here.
top

Updates & Info The WWC Cafe menu

Current Position Openings at MCCC

The MCCC Organization Chart

top

Mercer in the News This Week

Trenton Times:
Letter to the Editor:
For a better future, teach about past sorrows

Hits and Misses: MCCC Receives $50,000 Grant

Trentonian:
Rwanda genocide survivor to host talk on book 'Shake Hands with the Devil' at MCCC

Raymond Broach’s family exemplifies the African-American experience

COLLEGE SOCCER: Snyder leaves Mercer to take over at New Jersey City

CentralJersey.com:
Dinosaurs Rock in “Dinosaur Babies” at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre March 3

High School Students Invited to Enter Annual Talent Competition

MCCC Gallery Calls for Entries for "Mercer County Artists 2012"

Patch.com:
Professor Mel Leipzig to Lecture on Degas and Pippin February 28

Dinosaurs Rock in “Dinosaur Babies” at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre March 3

High School Students Invited to Enter Annual Talent Competition

AllPrinceton:
Dinosaurs Rock in “Dinosaur Babies” at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre March 3

Rwandan Genocide Survivor to Speak at MCCC’s Holocaust Center

High School Students Invited to Enter Annual Talent Competition

Princeton Online:
Mel Leipzig Lecture on Degas and Pippin, Mercer County Community College

“Dinosaur Babies” at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre

Broadway World:
 'Dinosaur Babies' Comes to MCCC's Kelsey Theatre, 3/3

ZVents:
High School Students Invited to Enter Annual Talent Competition

top

News Links and Social Media

MCCC Current News Full College Calendar WWFM
E-News Monthly Newsletters MLink Calendar of Events WWFM Arts Calendar
Past M-Newsletters Academic Calendar JazzOn2
Annual Reports

Athletics News

MCCC Social Media Sites

Alumni Success Stories

Athletes of the Week MCCC on Facebook

kelsey

How to Submit Your News/Calendar Items
To submit a message for this newsletter or for Broadcast E-mail, click here. Please keep it brief and to the point. For longer stories, please create a web page or include a link to an existing web page. The Marketing staff reserves the right to edit materials submitted for publication based on news value and space constraints.

Events: All events held on our campuses must be listed on the MCCC calendar. Fill out the form here. This form will go to Marketing, Public Information, Facilities, Security. The calendar will help to avoid conflicting events with parking and security issues.

To request internal or external free publicity for your event, please fill out the request form here, or e-mail the Public Information Office giving details and contact information: Saveria Symons, ext. 3736, or Wendy Humphrey, ext. 3729. For major events we request four or five week's notice.

Click here for guidelines on how to request publicity.

Click here for information about the services of the Public Information office.

The M-Newsletter is published by the Public Information office, AD 114. E-mail symonss@mccc.edu or call ext. 3736. Please help us keep the college community informed. If you find a typo or error, please let us know so we can correct it online.

Your opinion is always welcome. What do you want to read about in future M-Newsletters?

Leaving MCCC? If you will be leaving the college and would like to continue receiving this newsletter, please send your new e-mail address to symonss@mccc.edu and ask to be added to the "retirees" list.

 

 

       

Copyright 2006, Mercer County Community College. All rights reserved