Fueled by new academic interests, Mercer Honors Education graduate Dan Toth plans to broaden his scope when he transfers to Drew University this month with a substantial scholarship. He is considering double-majoring in Psychology and Neuroscience, with a minor in Sociology. Read more here.
The trail-blazing career of MCCC athletic training Lisa Camillone is featured in the Dec. /Jan. issue of Moxie Woman magazine, a business and lifestyle publication for women in the Central Jersey/Philadelphia region. Read Lisa’s story here.
Connie Goddard, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor in Liberal Arts, recently authored two articles. The first, an opinion piece that draws from her experience teaching at Rahway Prison, ran in the Trenton Times on Jan. 5. Read the article here. A second article by Goddard, published in the Monmouth Journal on Dec. 27, celebrated the 350th anniversary of Quaker and Baptist settlers in New Jersey as part of a year-long commemoration in the state. Read that article here.
Click here to view festive photos from the MCCC 2013 Holiday Party!
Five players on the Mercer MCCC baseball team are ranked among the top junior college players in the nation. Read more here.
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