E-Bulletin of July 23, 2008
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Viking Newsletter is Here
The Summer issue of The Viking has been distributed at both campuses.
The Marketing and Public Information office asks employees to please discard
the old issues and put the new issues out where everyone can pick up a
In addition to lots of graduation success stories and MCCC news and sports,
this issue features faculty member and alumnus Lucas Kelly, who won first
place in the Mercer County Artists Show. More alumni success stories include
Mackington Joseph who earned three MCCC degrees; Shahar Karni, a Business
major and basketball star; Cathy Magnolo whose degree in Liberal Arts
led her to her career in medical copy editing; Meredith Bishop, the first
to graduate with a degree in Culinology; and Elizabeth Bakos, a 1978 Telecommunications
major who now works for Fox Sports. To see the issue online click here.
Station Begins Broadcasting Sept. 1
WWFM The Classical Network will launch its new jazz station Sept. 1. Called
"Jazz On 2," it will air on 89.1's HD2 channel. The new station
will collaborate with WDUQ in Pittsburgh for its programming, made possible
by the college's recently added membership affiliation with National Public
Radio. Locally produced programs will include guest hosts from college
faculty and staff, and members of the community. The jazz music will also
be simulcast on the college's cable TV station during bulletin board announcements.
The jazz station's goals include helping to market Mercer's programs,
especially at the Kerney campus, to help revive Trenton's jazz heritage,
and to encourage students to continue both their higher education and
their jazz involvement after high school.
WWFM Producer Winifred Howard is coordinating the jazz initiative, and
she has already arranged for more than a dozen local programs a week,
with hosts from MCCC faculty, staff, and the community.
Katz of WWFM's Views and Voices Wins Award
WWFM's Rachel Katz, host and producer of the Views & Voices program,
with Bliss Michelson, recording engineer, won a First Place award from
the New Jersey Chapter Society of Professional Journalists. The award
was for a program last fall dealing with flooding in our region. You can
hear Views & Voices Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. on WWFM. Rachel has
interviewed numerous college staff and faculty members on her show, available
Out to Kelsey Theatre
and Studio Theatre for Great Summer Shows
25-Aug. 3 -- Fall in Love with "The Fantasticks"
Aug. 15-24 -- Maurer Productions Returns With New "Pooh" Musical
14-17 -- One Act Plays by MCCC Graduates at the Studio Theatre
Aug. 15 -- Late Nite Series
Mark your calendars for the College Assembly, Training Classes, Academic
Affairs Convocation, etc. Click here
for the full Pre-Class Week Schedule.
Camps in Full Swing
2,000 campers ages 6-16 are enjoying the summer at Camp College, Sports
Camps and Tomato Patch. Click here for more
Transfer Agreement with Philadelphia University
MCCC has signed a new transfer agreement with Philadelphia University's
Accelerated Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program, Evening Studies.
Mercer graduates from any program who have successfully completed specific
requirements can transfer with third year status. More here.
Studies Offers "Back to School Night for Adults" Aug. 14
Adults who want to revive, refocus and reconnect with learning opportunities
for professional or personal interest are invited to Back to School
Night for Adults, on Aug. 14, hosted by MCCCs Center for Continuing
Studies. Click here
for more on fall offerings.
Coach Charlie Inverso Featured in The Times
MCCC soccer coach Charlie Inverso was featured in The Times article "Giving
city youth a chance," published July 16. Inverso and others established
the Glenn "Mooch" Myernick Soccer Foundation Inc. last year,
which works to give soccer opportunities to Trenton children and youth
and to uncover soccer talent in the city. Click
to read the full article.
Lab Technology Career Night
A career in Medical Laboratory Technology is attractive to students who
enjoy science and to adults who have a degree in science and are exploring
new career options. The college's
14-month Medical Laboratory Technology program will be explained at a
Career Night Thursday, August 28 at 5 p.m. in MS 116.
Offers Training Program for Rail Transportation Industry
The Center for Continuing Studies will offer the "Locomotive Engineer
and Conductor Basic Training Program" this fall. The program prepares
students for lucrative careers as locomotive engineers, conductors, train
dispatchers or transportation management trainees. Click here
for the flyer.
Position Openings at MCCC
Click here for the
list of job openings on campus.
in the News Online
Times, July 16, 2008: MCCC degree programs aimed at adult students
(Evening Weekend College)
Times, July 17, 2008: Giving city youth a chance
Times, July 19, 2008: We scored a hit on the editorial page's "Hits
and Misses" Column
Times, July 23, 2008: Back to School Night for Adults
NEWS CLIPS: To view most MCCC
News Clippings online go to http://www.burrellesluce.com/
and in the upper right hand corner fill in the Username (7965)
and the Password (news), then click on "Media Content."
by Former Student Wins Awards
"The City is Mine," a film by former MCCC student Patric Pierre,
was nominated for awards in three categories by the 2008 American Black
Film Festival: Best Actor Kirk Ponton, Heineken Award for Innovation in
Film, and Target Award for Most Inspirational Film. The festival takes
place August 7-10 in Los Angeles, California.
The Downtown Trenton
Association said, "The film is an in-depth feature-length saga that
reveals the underbelly of greed and seduction with its violent aftermath
in the urban environment. It gives a bird's eye account of how culpable
the characters are as defined by flawed and criminal actions."
For more information
e-mail Mr. Pierre at email@example.com
Adventure/Hurricane Harbor Tickets Available
Camp College has tickets for sale for Great Adventure ($30) and Hurricane
Harbor ($27). For more information contact Trish Venanzi at ext. 3291
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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