MCCC Welcomes Dr. Patricia C. Donohue and
Awards Students for Outstanding Accomplishments
incoming president, Dr. Patricia C. Donohue, speaks while members
of the college's soccer team look on.
C. Donohue, who will begin the presidency of Mercer County Community
College on Feb. 1, joined members of the board of trustees, staff,
faculty and students at a "Meet and Greet" reception
Dec. 21 at the Conference Center. Students received recognition
for outstanding achievement that evening.
Receiving congratulations and new team jackets were members of
the men's 2006 soccer team, which came in second in the nation
in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament,
and the 2005-06 women's tennis team, which took second place in
its national tournament last May.
of the college's Television program were honored for receiving
a 2006 Silver Telly Award for their live coverage of the Mercer
County high school basketball tournament held at the college and
aired on MCCC's Cable Channel 26. The Telly Awards honor outstanding
video and film productions nationally and locally, with silver
the highest award category.
Donohue also took a few moments to pose for photographs for Mercer
Business Magazine, which is doing a feature story about her in
the January issue. She will appear on the cover with three members
of the MCCC women's tennis team.
coach Charlie Inverso accepts congratulations from Acting President
students who worked on an award-winning production that won a 2006
silver "Telly Award," pose with faculty members Barry
Levy, left, and Steve Voorhees, right.
team members admire their new jackets.
2005-06 women's tennis team, with Head Coach Marc Vecchiolla at
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