E-Bulletin of December 23,
for the details.
Resource Center Open House/Rededication Jan. 27
The Mercer County Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center has moved into new
quarters on campus and will host an Open House and Rededication on Wednesday,
Jan. 27, at 4 p.m. The location is the second floor of the Library, next
to the bookstore. The event will include a talk by a survivor, music,
greetings from county dignitaries, and a description of the center's purpose
and programs. Refreshments will be served. According to MCCC Professor
Emeritus Saul Goldwasser, a special Holocaust Torah saved from the Shoah
will be on display.
Paterson University Information Session, Student Center, 6 to 8 p.m. (Snow
date Jan. 7.) Contact AnnaKay Thomas, ext. 3358
Jan. 18: Martin Luther Kings Birthday (college
Jan. 18: The
African American Student Organization and the JKC Student Activities Board
host a celebration of the Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,
1 to 4 p.m., James Kerney Campus. Flyer here.
The College Assembly, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Student Center, to discuss the
Medical Laboratory Technology Program Info. Session, 5 p.m., MS116. Call
ext. 3795 .
Professional Development Activities. More here.
24: Summer Camps Open House, 12 - 3 p.m., Student Center. (Snow date Jan.
Studies Offers New Biotechnology Courses
Through a new grant, the Center for Continuing Studies is offering new
clinical biotechnology courses targeted to professionals seeking careers
in pharmaceutical research. An Information Session is scheduled for Thurs.,
Jan. 7 at 5:30 p.m. at The Conference Center. The first course begins
Jan. 27. More here.
Theta Kappa Members Host Day Out for HomeFront Children
Mercer's PTK students took 13 children from HomeFront on an outing to
the Hamilton pottery studio, Color Me Mine. Each child was given a Build-A-Bear
that PTK members had specially made for them. The children got to pick
out the piece of pottery that they wanted to paint. According to PTK Advisor
Michael Dalton, all of the children did a wonderful job. "They were
constantly asking for feedback, 'Do you like how mine looks?,' 'Does mine
look OK?.' 'Does this color look right?' The children gave everyone hugs
and thanks before they left," Dalton reported.
in the event were MCCC students Samantha Kenyon, Ashley Rose, and PTK
secretary, Kristen Vincent. Photos
Cookin' at the Culinary Center
As 2010 unfolds, new courses abound at MCCC's Culinary Center. Chef Wendy
Jaeger will set the tone for fresh, flavorful spring menus with "Soups
and Stews of France" on Jan. 31. Chef Elizabeth Dinice's "Coffee:
It's Not Just for Breakfast!" on Feb. 7 reveals the popular beverage's
versatile uses in a variety of dishes, and "Mushrooms" on Feb.
28 is likely to please even the most devoted carnivores. More here.
Players Learn From Olympians
On Dec. 6, four MCCC softball players volunteered to teach
youngsters at the Jennie Finch Softball Academy at Diamond Nation's campus
in Flemington, N.J. The four joined other collegiate players who worked
alongside Jennie Finch, one of the most famous softball players in U.S.
history and a 2004 Olympic gold medalist and 2008 silver medalist; Lea
O'Brien-Amico, a three-time gold medalist; and 2008 silver medalist Andrea
Duran. More here.
Holiday Party Enjoyed by All
More than 300 staff and faculty members got together
to share good cheer at the college's annual Holiday Party on Dec. 17.
Lending a festive touch were Santa, played byFrank Benowitz, Mrs. Claus,
played by Elizabeth Rzasa, and Santa's Elf played by Amy Foris. The event
was arranged by the college's Culture Committee with assistance from Human
Resources. Wonderful food was prepared by MCCC cafeteria staff. See
photos on Flickr here.
Organization Chart Updated
in the News Online
Fall for MCCC International Students
Ambition, Solid Foundation for Success [about Eugene Marsh, MCCC student
and Foundation Board member]
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
8-17: Children's Letters to God
22-24: Nelson Illusions and "Magic
with the Nelsons" children's show
Position Openings at MCCC
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list of job openings on campus.
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