of March 4, 2010
Coach Workshop March 10
Sally Jones will lead workshops every Wednesday this month in
SC 104 from noon to 1 p.m. (except spring break week, March 17). She will cover topics in nutrition, healthy snacks, living a healthy lifestyle, being happy no matter what your weight, and much more. All are welcome
to attend. This event is sponsored by the Student Government Association. For more information call Bethanne at ext. 3435.
NJ Census Bureau Chief to Speak at MCCC
Leonard Preston, chief of labor market information for the New Jersey State Data Center (NJSDC), will provide an overview of the history and importance of the U.S. Census in his talk, "Countdown to the 2010 U.S. Census," on Wed., March 24 at MCCC, 12 noon in CM 109. The lecture is part of Mercer's Distinguished Lecture Series. More here.
9: Nursing Fair, 2 to 4 p.m., Student Center Cafeteria.
10: Live Healthy Workshop, 12 to 1 p.m., Conference Center at Mercer.
Lunch and workshop free with ticket, available for pickup at SC111, or
call Bethanne at ext. 3435.
March 15: Assistant Professor Padhraig Higgins will give a talk on his
newly published book at the University of Pennsylvania Bookstore, 7 p.m. More
here. The book is available on amazon.com.
24: MCCC's Scholarship Dinner Dance, Hyatt Regency, Princeton. More
Basketball Wins Region 19 Title; Advances to Nationals
Mercer's men's basketball team has had a post-season
dream run, one that will continue all the way to the National Junior College
Athletic Association Division II Tournament in Danville, IL, March 16-20.
Under second-year head coach Howard Levy, the Vikings posted an upset win over top-seeded Lackawanna Junior College
in the Region 19 final by a score of 79-69 on Lackawanna's home court
March 2. More here
The Times story here.
MCCC Faculty Raises Dollars for TASK
The MCCC Faculty Association conducted a charity drive and presented a donation of $2100 to the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen recently. Photo cap here.
Read about "Understanding the Difference
between AV and IT" here.
and President's Lists are Online
MCCC's home page now has a link to the Fall 2009 dean's and president's
in the News Online
Hall of Fame Coach Inverso Joins Rutgers Men's Soccer Staff
History Professor to Speak on New Book at UPenn
Offers Free College Tuition
the Area Colleges (MCCC Basketball)
Joins RU Staff
Announces Winners of Mercer County Artists 2010
Street Journal Digital Network
Organics Partners with N.J. Educational Institutions to Source Organic
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
26 - Mar. 7: "Fiddler on the Roof"
12-21 "The Adventunes of Tom Sawyer"
March 27: The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Week's Café Menu
Hungry? Find out what's cookin' at the
MCCC Café at WWC this week here.
Position Openings at MCCC
Click here for the
list of job openings on campus.
Get an update on the progress of our sports teams
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