E-Bulletin of June 25, 2009
Regions of the World" Begins July 1
The Center for
Continuing Studies will offer a series of four classes in July called
"Wine Regions of the World." Classes include "International
Comparison of Rieslings," and a series on the regional wines of Italy:
"Central and Tuscany" and "Umbria, Marche, Lazio and Abruzzo."
The series concludes with a look at the wines of "Southern Italy
and Sicily." More here.
to School Night for Adults Aug. 13
The Center for Continuing Studies will
host a "Back to School Night for Adults" on Thursday, Aug. 13,
5 p.m. at The Conference Center at Mercer. Attendees will receive a coupon
for a 10 percent discount on fall registration, plus the chance to win
a free class. Details here.
the full College Calendar click here.
Current News click here.
Paterson Univ. to Offer Bachelor's Degrees at MCCC
MCCC and William Paterson University (WPU) in Wayne, NJ, signed
an agreement June 23 that will enable WPU to offer bachelor's degree programs
right on Mercer's West Windsor campus. Students who successfully complete
associate of arts degrees at MCCC will be able to transfer into the William
Paterson program, which will offer bachelor's degrees in Early Childhood
Education/Elementary Education, Liberal Studies and Psychology. The classes,
taught by WPU faculty, will begin this September, and will take place
in late afternoons, evenings, Fridays, on weekends, and online.
colleges will host an Open House for those interested in learning more
about the program on Wednesday, July 1, at 6 p.m. at MCCC's Student Center.
Students Honored as Top One Percent
The New Jersey Collegiate Business Administration Association
(NJCBAA), an organization of the business deans from all New Jersey colleges,
has honored five MCCC business students who rank in the top one percent
of business students in the state. The honorees have earned grade point
averages from 3.95 to 4.0, and are majoring in Business Administration.
They were inducted into the NJCBAA honor society. More here
Cheer at Beverly Richardson's Retirement Party
Family members and friends of Dr. Beverly
Richardson enjoyed a festive retirement party on June 12. While photographs
of Beverly and friends rotated on the large TV screens, all enjoyed the
jazz band and great food provided by Mercer's Conference Center.
President Rev. William Coleman presented Beverly with a large mounted
print of the "Dr. Beverly A. Richardson Learning Center." She
told the story about how the James Kerney Learning Center was conceived
and constructed many years ago. Friends took the microphone briefly to
say a few words about Beverly, whose husband, two daughters, and parents
attended the party. See photos here.
Peter Horne Retires
After 28 years Dr. Peter Horne is retiring
from MCCC. For 23 years he was the sole full-time professor in the Criminal
Justice program, and he was the first Criminal Justice professor to receive
tenure. Over the years Professor Horne has overseen the growth of the
program. Today there are more than 400 students majoring in law Enforcement
or Corrections. It's the fourth largest program at the college.
A former police officer, Dr. Horne will continue to teach part-time at
Mercer and will work as a hospital security officer at Capital Health
System. Associate Professor Cavit Cooley will assume leadership of the
program and become the new Criminal Justice coordinator.
Emile Dubois Builds Historic Car
in 2007, former MCCC electrician Emile Dubois wanted to do something to
keep his mind sharp. He decided to build a historic auto based on the
1907 Orient, originally made by a French company for mail delivery. "It's
never too late to begin something new," says Dubois, who is 70. He
didn't come to this task without knowledge, however. During his career
he was a mechanic for General Motors, worked for Princeton University
on the fusion reactor, and for G.E. Astrospace before joining MCCC. Click
for a photo of the auto.
in the News Online
Market Booming in Green Movement (scroll down for a great photo of
Amy Iseneker, on The Times' cover 5-20-09)
Seider Receives Distinguished Teaching Award
Holt Aide and MCCC Alum Endorses His Alma Mater
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
26-July 5: "Romeo and Juliet" Opens Kelsey Summer Series
10-19: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
[See it on Broadway World here]
Position Openings at MCCC
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list of job openings on campus.
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