E-Bulletin of June 4, 2009
Performs June 7 on Campus; Touring This Summer
with photo here.
Party for Vice President Beverly Richardson
Contact Raquel Hernandez at ext. 3160 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
the full College Calendar click here.
MCCC's Current News links click here.
President Beverly Richardson Retires
Vice President Beverly Richardson has retired
after 28 years of service at Mercer. Long-time provost at the James Kerney
Campus, during her tenure Richardson oversaw the doubling of the student
population. She secured grant funding for numerous new initiatives to
better serve an urban population. In recognition of her accomplishments,
Board Chair William E. Coleman Jr. announced during the college's commencement
ceremonies that the MCCC Board of Trustees voted to rename the James Kerney
Campus Learning Center the "Dr. Beverly A. Richardson Learning Center."
Photos and more here.
Dori Seider Wins Distinguished Teaching Award
A respected faculty member for 39 years, Dr. Dori Seider was
selected for the Distingusihed Teaching Award by students, faculty and
staff members. "It is an honor," she said. "It is such
a beautiful experience to have everything you have given out come back
teaches French, psychology, history and education. In her acceptance speech
she also told the graduates that as a lifelong learner, she has continued
to take classes, and many of them have been at MCCC. "Mercer has
the best and most caring teachers anywhere. They are excellent. I am so
grateful to study with them," she said. More here.
Featured as Cover Story in US 1 Newspaper
Starting with the cover, US 1 Newspaper has written a major feature story
on WWFM The Classical Network, called "Fanfare for the Uncommon Station."
Check it out page one here,
then go to page 11 for the story.
Alumni Success Story -- Sandra Orimilikwe
Although she was born in Washington, D.C., Sandra Orimilikwe
left for Nigeria when she was seven years old. So, in 1993, when she returned
to the United States and began taking classes at Mercer, she was new to
the American college system. With some prior credits from the University
of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, she wasted no time jumping into coursework
at MCCC, earning her associate degree in Medical Laboratory Technology
in 1995. More here.
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On "Views and Voices"
You can listen to colleagues who have been interviewed within
the past two months on WWFM's award-winning "Views and Voices"
radio show. Click here
for the website with the full list, which includes:
Bob Estok, Career Training Institute
Clark and Read Langan, Center for Continuing
Carmien and Holly-Katharine Matthews, Kelsey
Review Literary Journal
- Amy Iseneker,
Sustainability Task Force
Blasenstein, Aviation Flight Technology Program
Tanzini, Science Student Outreach
Tolin Memorial Fund Benefit Show June 19-21
The James Tolin Memorial Fund presents its seventh annual benefit theater
event with Paul Rudnick's comedy, "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told."
The Friday and Saturday shows feature a silent auction starting at 7 p.m.
and a catered reception and music following the performance. Proceeds
benefit the Open Arms Foundation and the James Tolin Memorial Scholarship
at MCCC. Details here.
For Sculpture Anniversary Arts Party
The Jersey Harmony Chorus, with MCCC staff member Judy Katz, will perform
at Grounds for Sculpture on June 6 at 11:30 a.m. It takes place near the
Domestic Arts Building as part of the Anniversary Arts Party, which runs
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. It's free with park admission. The event features
a Meet the Artists program, tours, a Community Quilt Project, musical
performances, ice cream, cake, fun activities for the kids and more. For
a full list of activities click here.
Walk Invites All
"Battling hunger, one step at a time, " Kinny's Walk takes place
at Mercer County Park on Saturday, June 6. Registration begins 7:30 a.m.
at the park marina, and the walk takes place from 8 a.m. to noon. Cost
is $20 for adults; $15 for students and seniors, and $30 for a group with
a maximum of five people. Those who raise $100 in donations can walk free.
More info at www.battleagainsthunger.org.
in the News Online
Teen Pilot has High Ambitions
Schoolers' Creative Work Featured in Print [Aspirations]
Have a Vision of Trenton's Quality [former TV student Kell Ramos]
the Uncommon Station
Tells MCCC Grads to Pursue their Dreams
Students Named to All-State Academic Team
Salutes 998 Grads
Gags [Mouthworks Shows]
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
29 - June 7: Revenge Fuels "Sweeney Todd"
[Read Ted Otten's Review in The Times here.
West Windsor Plainsboro News here.]
14: Allies Inc's "Through Our Eyes"
26-July 5: "Romeo and Juliet" Opens Kelsey Summer Series
Position Openings at MCCC
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list of job openings on campus.
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