E-Bulletin of March 31,
a newsletter for staff
and faculty of Mercer County Community College
Table of Contents
Join the Fun on April 11
Plan a night out! The MCCC "Alumni and Friends" Association
invites all staff and faculty (especially MCCC alumni) to a reception and
a play on April 11. Beginning in the Faculty/Staff Dining Room at
6:30 p.m., you'll enjoy great food and wine. Then head to Kelsey Theatre
for "Damn Yankees," presented by Playful Theatre. The play features
a middle-aged fan who sells his soul to the devil for a chance to play for
his favorite team. Cost is $15 per person. Call ext. 3607
to reserve your seat.
Bake Sale April 1
The MCCC Hospitality Club will hold a bake sale tomorrow, April 1, during
lunch hour in the Student Center.
Student Government Donates
MCCC's Student Government Association recently donated $1,150 to Trenton's
Anchor House, a shelter and outreach program serving the youth of Central
New Jersey. "I cannot thank you enough for all you've done," said Shelter
Director June Albanowski. "We rely heavily on the support of the community
to keep our doors open."
The money was raised from September through December via bake and candy
sales, a "dating auction," for structured on-campus get togethers, and a
Staff Members Inducted into PTK
Nancy Ravindran and Stephanie Venanzi, both part-time staff members in
the Division of Corporate and Community Programs, were inducted into the
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at ceremonies on March 24. Ravindran is
applying MCCC courses to her bachelor's degree at Thomas Edison State College.
Angela Dodson Heading Black Issues Book Review
Angela Dodson, an adjunct faculty member in media issues, has been named
executive editor of the Black Issues Book Review. She was formerly
a senior editor at the New York Times and has been a faculty member at the
Maynard Institute since 1983.
A Baby Shower
Colleagues hosted a beautiful baby shower for Jill Cook of the Division
of Corporate and Community Programs on March 24, complete with a "Mommy
Chair," bassinet, great gifts and food. The baby is due May 26. "It
was just one of the most unbelievable occasions in my life," Jill said. "
I am overwhelmed by everyone's generosity."
Thanks from Harrison Morson
Harrison Moson was a recipient of this year's "Pillars of the Profession"
award presented at the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators'
convention in St. Louis March 22-26. The award is designed "to honor
distinguished members and individuals who have made a significant contribution
to the Student Affairs profession."
"It was indeed an honor and privilege to represent Mercer as the only community
college awardee this year," Morson said. "My joy in accepting the award
is only surpassed by my reflections of those at Mercer who made my career
in Student Affairs such a personal gratification," Morson said. He
also extends his thanks "for the contributions and nomination support" to
Donald Beach, Diane Campbell, former president John Hanley, Beverly Richardson
and Tom Wilfrid.
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