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June 28, 2013

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Coming Events

Current News
Reminders,
News Clips, Links
Register Now for ELC21C Conference August 21 Student Activities Collecting Books for Africa Coming Events Reminders

Coming to Kelsey Theatre

Amy Ricco is Distinguished Teacher for 2013 Mercer In the News This Week
 

Game Design Students Turn Assignment Into Business Endeavor

Updates & Info
  Athletics Director Honored at TCNJ News Links and Social Media
 

Behrens Recognized for Advanced Proficiency

How to Submit Your News
 

Baseball Coach Expects Big Boost From New Recruits

 

Coming Events

Register Now for ELC21C Conference August 21
The Instructional and Professional Improvement Committee (IPIC) would like to remind interested individuals to register for the "Engaging Learners in the 21st Century Conference," to be held on Wednesday, Aug. 21 at the Conference Center. The agenda features 17 workshops and a keynote address by Mercer Professor Emeritus Angela Provitera McGlynn. Advanced registration is required and space is limited. Those interested in the keynote address but unable to attend the conference, e-mail Jill Marcus at marcusj@mccc.edu. For details about the conference program and to register, click here. For additional inquiries, contact Theresa Capra at caprat@mccc.edu.

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June 28-July 7: As You Like It


 

July 12-21: Godspell


Kelsey Summer Series

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Current News

Student Activities Collecting Books for Africa
Student Activities has partnered with Better World Books to run a campus-wide book drive to raise funds for the Leadership Program while providing books to promote global literacy.

Books must be in usable condition, published within the last 10 years, and not customized for MCCC courses. Donations can be dropped off at the Student Activities Office, SC111, and the office will work with donors to arrange pick up, if necessary. Contact Tina Young in the Student Activities Office for more information at ext. 3677 or at youngt@mccc.edu. Donations will be distributed through Books for Africa. Read more at www.booksforafrica.org.
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Amy Ricco is Distinguished Teacher for 2013
Mercer Associate Professor Amy Ricco said her "dream job ended up being my first job out of college” in accepting the MCCC Distinguished Teaching Award during Commencement on May 23. Read more here. See the Trenton Times story here.
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Game Design Students Turn Assignment Into Business Endeavor
Mercer Game Design students Matt Guido and John-Paul Yunque have taken their game, Lunch War, and independently published it through their newly-founded company, The Automatic Gentlemen, LLC.  The game, which began as a class assignment, will be for sale through Apple and Android App stores starting in July. Read the story here. Read the Trenton Times article here.
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Athletics Director Honored at TCNJ
Mercer Athletics Director John Simone was one of five alumni of The College of New Jersey honored by the college's Department of Health and Exercise Science. See the Trenton Times photo here.
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Behrens Recognized for Advanced Proficiency
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Program Coordinator Barbara Behrens recently fulfilled the requirements for the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Physical Therapist Assistant Recognition of Advanced Proficiency.  According to the APTA website, the designation signifies that the recipient has “gone above and beyond entry-level education in their selected area of work and sets the recipient apart from other providers…through education, experience, and leadership.”

News of Behrens’ achievement was included in Jersey Jargon, the e-newsletter of the New Jersey chapter of the APTA.  It is the first time that this recognition has been given in the area of education.
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Baseball Coach Expects Big Boost From New Recruits
The Mercer baseball team will welcome a class of 20 new recruits this fall, including multiple players who have earned all-county, all-conference, and all-state honors as high school athletes. Read more here.
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Updates & Info

Marketing & Communications
Style Guide

The WWC Cafe menu

Project NASA Updates   The MCCC Organization Chart

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Reminders __
This Week's Events on MLink ____ Full College Calendar
____Event Submission Form

 

Through July 28: Mercer County Community College Photographs Bethlehem. Exhibit by Mercer Photography students will be on display at Bethlehem's Banana Factory Gallery through July 28. A reception will be held July 5, 6 to 10 p.m. Read more here. To view the videos, click here.

Through August 15: Yoga Classes. Classes with Tracy will be held every Monday and Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in PE 225 through August 15. Wednesday classes with Helen will be held June 19 and 26, July 10, 17, and 24, and August 7 and 14 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Conference Center, Room 117.
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Mercer in the News This Week

Trenton Times:

Mercer County Community College solar panel system should be running by fall

PinnWorth Productions stages 'On Golden Pond' at Kelsey Theatre

Two Mercer County Community College students create game for iPhone, Android phones

Locals in hunt for spot in the U.S. Open

Horticulture professor wins teaching award

'You Make a Difference'

 

Trentonian:

COLLEGE BASEBALL: Mercer bulks up with CVC talent

Hightstown’s Malinosky comes up clutch for Mercer in Carpenter Cup triumph

 

Philadelphia Inquirer:

Mercer County tops Lehigh Valley to win Carpenter Cup

 

CentralJersey.com:

On Golden Pond: Fine acting marks PinnWorth Productions’ version of a sweet play about age and family

M&M Productions Presents Stories of Jesus Christ in “Godspell” at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre July 12-21

Horticulture Professor Amy Ricco Is Selected for MCCC’s 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award

Transfer Agreement with Bloomfield College Eases Path for MCCC Game Design Students

Mercer Baseball Coach Expects Big Boost From New Recruits

 

Patch.com:

M&M Productions Presents Stories of Jesus Christ in “Godspell” at MCCC’s Kelsey Theatre July 12-21

Horticulture Professor Amy Ricco Is Selected for MCCC’s 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award

Transfer Agreement with Bloomfield College Eases Path for MCCC Game Design Students

 

Central Jersey Sun:

Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre to host “Godspell”


Princeton Sun:

Mercer County College announces distinguished teacher recipient

 

MercerSpace:

Hamilton performance company to present Godspell

MCCC signs transfer agreement for game design students

Hamilton hitter runs bases at Alvernia University

Horticulture professor named Distinguished Teacher

 

Broadway World:

M&M Stage Productions to Present GODSPELL at Kelsey Theatre, 7/12-21

 

U.S. 1 Newspaper:

Orban and Gypsies: Mojo, Music, and Paint Brush

 

Long Island Newsday:

Bhumika Patel Joins Bendheim Wall Systems Team, Brings Technical Expertise to Channel Glass Wall Systems Leader

 

 


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