E-Bulletin of February 13, 2008
Carol Bork Featured by The Bat Cave
See the video and learn about Dr Carol Bork's journey through higher education,
starting at a community college, and why she loves teaching. Click here.
Students to Broadcast High School Championships Live
For the third consecutive year, MCCC's Television students
will broadcast the 2008 Mercer County High School Basketball Championships
live from the gymnasium. On Friday, Feb. 22, the girls championship tips
off at 5:30 p.m. and the boys final follows at 7 p.m. MCTV will provide
live, uninterrupted coverage of both games beginning at 5:30 p.m.
broadcast team will be anchored by play-by-play announcer Dr. Craig Coenen,
a history professor at MCCC who has been an announcer with MCTV since
2005. Coenen, who specializes in the history of sports, is the author
of "From Sand Lots to the Super Bowl," published by the University
of Tennessee Press (2005). More here.
Cream Social Feb. 14
College Culture and Environment Task Force invites staff and faculty to
an Ice Cream Social on Feb. 14, from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Faculty/Staff
Dining Room at WWC, and at the Dining Room, KC104, at JKC. Come out for
some fun and treats.
Program to Host Culinology Open House
Mercer's HRIM program has invited prospective students to a "Culinology
Open House" on Wed., Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. The event takes place in the
Culinary Center, ES 111. Culinology is a growing career field that combines
the culinary arts with food science, and Mercer developed its program
in cooperation with Rutgers. The open house will feature a panel of experts,
who will discuss job opportunities, industry trends, and details about
transferring to Rutgers. More
Blood Drive March 5
The Human Resources Office is coordinating a semi-annual blood drive with
the Community Blood Council of New Jersey, on Wed., March 5, in the Student
Center, Room SC-108 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mildred Leckie in Human Resources
will take reservations at ext. 3271 if you wish to call ahead for available
appointment times so we can estimate the number of people who will be
donating. As in the past, we will always welcome all walk-ins. Click here
for the flyer.
Blood Drive Seeks Donors
The Community Blood Council of New Jersey is also holding a blood drive
at St. Gregory the Great School Cafeteria, 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton
Square, NJ on Friday, March 14, 3 - 8:30 p.m. Appointments can be made
by calling B. Bailey, 609-587-2307. Walk-ins also welcome.
Stockton Art in Brooklyn Show
Fine arts faculty member Mark Stockton has five drawings in the show "Enantiomorphic
Chamber" at Nurture Art, 910 Grand Street, Brooklyn. The show runs
from Feb. 15 to March 23. A reception takes place on Friday, Feb. 15 from
7 to 9 p.m.
A press release from
the gallelry says, "In 1964 Robert Smithson made a sculpture called
Enantiomorphic Chambers that cleverly exploited our two-eyed nature to
haunting metaphysical ends. Stepping between the two chambers, the viewer
sees his or her image cancelled out by precisely coordinated mirrors,
accomplishing Smithson's task of eliminating the consciousness that regulates
binary vision." Continue here.
Learn more here.
for images posted online.
in the News Online
Times, Feb. 13, 2008: Mercer
Great Englehardt Dies at 37
Windsor Hights Herald,
Feb. 8, 2008: Searching
for the Stars
The Examiner, Jan.
31, 2008: MCCC
Turns Up Heat With Culinary Workshops
Pennington Post, Jan.
24, 2008: MCCC
Plans Gala Dance
here for the MLink Calendar
Soon to Kelsey Theatre
15-24: My Favorite Year
23: Max and Ruby
29 - March 9: Thoroughly Modern Millie
8: Stone Soup
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