E-Bulletin of September 24,
Hanneline Røgeberg to Speak Oct. 13 at MCCC
Norwegian-born artist Hanneline Røgeberg will present a talk entitled
"Categorical Impatience: The Work of Hanneline Røgeberg"
on Tuesday, Oct. 13 at MCCC. Working mostly in the medium of painting,
Røgeberg explores both visual and tactile qualities as a profound
and meaningful form of communication. This slide show lecture focuses
on the possibilities and limitations of figuration in her work. It's free
and open to the public as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series and
will take place in CM 109. More here.
"Jazz on 2" at Katmandu This Sunday
News: Professor Alvyn Haywood will serve as Master of Ceremonies Sunday,
Sept. 27 at this all-day jazz event. A detailed program of music is now
here. Check it out to see when Vice President Guy Generals and the
MCCC Jazz Band will be performing. Reserve
your brunch tickets now for Sunday!! More
The Gallery Through Oct. 8: Mercer County Photography 2009
6: MCCC's Golf Classic
Session for High Schoolers/Parents Oct. 14
2009 Annual Report to the Community Set for Nov. 12
"Abundant Opportunities Await you at Mercer"
Grad Top Drag Racer -- Featured in The Times
Antron Brown, a 1998 Mercer graduate,
has made headlines in the world of drag racing and is featured in a Trenton
Times article Sept. 19 by sports writer Craig Haley. "Don't mistake
the value of a college education, even for someone whose job is to drive
7,000-horsepower dragsters at speeds of 330 mph," writes Haley.
Brown's education helped shape the direction of his life, which today
places him No. 1 in the point race in Top Fuel, the premier class of drag
racing in the National Hot Racing Association. If the Trenton native wins
the Top Fuel championship when the 24-event series (including six playoff
events) wraps up in November, he would become the first African-American
to win a major NHRA championship. Read the story here.
Streaming Video from the Bat Cave Website
Funding Sources for Your Course: New Initiatives, Programs and Partnerships
Streaming Online ONLY from September 28 - October 12
With the current economic situation, tight budgets, and budget cuts, how
can you find a way to fund courses? Start with this helpful video! The
presenters provide ideas on finding new sources of funding for courses,
research, and other projects. This presentation offers advice on receiving
grants, gifts, and creating strategic partnerships. Using these previously
untapped and creative sources of funding, faculty and staff will be able
to fund courses and projects, and provide students with a quality education.
More Details: http://www.starlinktraining.org/flyers2010/Flyer0928.pdf
firstname.lastname@example.org for the password.
Get a Kick
Out of Soccer: Volunteer Help Needed for National Tournament
MCCC will be hosting the 2009 NJCAA Division I Men's Soccer National Tournament
November 18-22, 2009. The tournament is expected to draw hundreds of local
fans to games each day.
The Athletics Department is looking for volunteers to
assist with ticket and T-shirt sales. Volunteers are asked to donate at
least two hours of their time to help with these sales.
The tournament game schedule is as follows:
Thursday, November 19: 9:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m.
Friday, November 20: 9:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 22: 9 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Lisa Camillone at:
609-570-3747 or email@example.com.
More info here about
to Host ITA Tennis Championships This Weekend
The Second Women's Northeast Regional ITA/Wilson Tennis Championships,
to be hosted by MCCC from Friday, Sept. 25 through Sunday, Sept. 27, is
so impressive that its draws are bigger than some of the recent National
Junior College Athletic Association championship tournaments.
colleges will descend upon the Mercer County Park Tennis Center for three
singles flights and two doubles flights, with some draws up to 32 players
(including byes). Flight 'A' singles and doubles winners will qualify
for the ITA National Small College Championships Oct. 16-19 at Copeland-Cox
Tennis Center in Mobile, Ala. More here.
in the News Online
Corporate Types Enter Teaching
Coming to Kelsey Theatre
18-27: Jekyll and Hyde
2-11: Carol Burnett's "Hollywood Arms"
3: Snow White
17: The Three Pigs
16-25: Bus Stop
Season! Kelsey Theatre Salutes Hollywood in 2009-10 Season
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