E-Bulletin of February 23, 2007
Set for Inauguration of Dr. Patricia C. Donohue
The college will hold
inauguration ceremonies for Dr. Donohue, on May 4, 2007, 3:30 p.m. at
the Conference Center on the West Windsor campus. A reception will follow.
Save the date!
People and Places on Canvas in Mel Leipzig Exhibit
Mel Leipzig has painted the college's classrooms, offices and studios
in detail, featuring numerous members of the campus community as models
for his work. All are invited to see the paintings during "Portrait
of a College" at ARTWORKS School and Gallery, 19 Everett Alley in
Trenton, from Feb. 24 through April 7. An opening reception takes place
Saturday, Feb. 24, from 4 to 9 p.m., with free admission and parking.
Exhibit hours will be Saturdays and Sundays, from noon to 5 p.m. or by
appointment. Visitors will see Professor Leipzig in the process of completing
a painting during the open hours.
Center Hosts "Breakfast Before Business"
of the business and professional community are invited to "Breakfast
Before Business" on Tuesday, March 13 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
The networking event will show off the facilities and services of the
Conference Center. If you have a contact in the business community, please
invite them. Click here
for more information.
Business Classes for March and April
Check out a sampling
of the business classes offered in March and April by the Center for Continuing
Prof to Present Lecture March 1
Anne Morel-Kraepiel, of the Chemistry Department at Princeton University,
will present "Fertility of Terrestrial Ecosystems, Global Warming
and Pollution" at MCCC on Thursday, March 1 at 12 noon in CM 109.
Programs Collaborate on National Educational Video
Learn more about our TV and Hospitality student/faculty collaboration
on a national educational video. Click
College, EOF and PASS to Host Trio Day
Youth College and PASS programs are hosting TRIO day on Saturday, March
3 at the West Windsor Campus for students in these programs and their
parents. Designed to "give back" to students in these programs,
the day will feature workshops on topics such as "Surviving High
School and Planning Your Career," and "Finding Money for
College." Participants will enjoy prizes, food and a bake sale. Call
ext. 3184 for more information.
Trio is the federal funding agency that sponsors Upward Bound, Talent
Search, student support services and other educational outreach programs
for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
to Kelsey Theatre
16-24 -- "The Mysteries" (MCCC Drama Students Perform Mystery
2-11 -- "Breaking Legs"
17 -- "Strike Up the Band" Offers Interactive Introduction to
World of Music
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