PinnWorth Productions, whose production team includes MCCC's Kate Pinner and Robert Terrano, presents "The Fantasticks" tonight through Sunday and next weekend, Oct. 2-4. If you haven't yet seen the show that has broken records as the longest-running show in NYC, here's your chance with a stellar regional cast. Remember that staff and faculty receive a discount on tickets. Read more here.
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From Jill Marcus: The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is pleased to announce the Fall 2015 Faculty Circle of Innovation schedule. The sessions are offered twice, once on Monday at noon and again on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. in CM126B, starting on Monday, Sept. 28. During each session, all faculty are encouraged to join us in viewing a 20-minute webinar on a relevant topic followed by a round table discussion. The topics cover a variety of tools for sustaining student motivation and improving student learning. Bring your lunch, your colleagues and your ideas. View the schedule here.
The Trenton Campus will host its Annual Health Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 30, from noon to 1 p.m. in Kerney Hall, Room 229. Stop by for blood pressure checks, eye exams, information on mental health services, substance abuse treatment, diet, cancer prevention and more. For further information, contact Linda Ertingu at ext. 3165.
Spread the word! MCCC invites students and family members to an information session on “Ease of Transfer from MCCC to a Four-Year College” at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 30 in the Student Center. Admissions representatives from four-year colleges will conduct an information session about the transfer process. Participating colleges include Rutgers, Rowan, Rider, The College of New Jersey, William Paterson University and CUNY (representing all City University of NY schools). Community members should RSVP online at www.mccc.edu/mercerandbeyond or call 609-570-3244.
MCCC Dean of Business and Technology Winston Maddox recently earned his Ph.D. in Leadership and Change from Antioch University. His dissertation, “Adapting to a Virtual Learning Environment,” examines the experiences of five experienced college faculty members transitioning from teaching in a traditional classroom to a virtual learning environment. Read more here.
The first Fall 2015 issue of The College Voice, MCCC's student newspaper, is on the stands. According to Voice Advisor Matthew Kochis, a new English/Journalism faculty member, the Voice staff plans to publish three issues per semester, with online versions to be available at www.mcccvoice.org. Kochis credits former Voice Advisor Holly Johnson with a big assist on this first edition. Pick up a copy around either campus and check out what our students have to say!
Student intern Christine J. Villafuerte, who is the Gallery's social media coordinator, invites the college community to check out the Gallery's new Instagram and Twitter pages. The Gallery's accounts include: The Gallery at MCCC on Facebook and @gallerymccc on Instagram and Twitter. (The Public Relations Department maintains a Pin Board on Pinterest for the Gallery.)
MCCC alumnus John Maurer ('82), a very talented motion graphics artist and director/producer for the award-winning Maurer Productions OnStage, created an amazing video to promote Kelsey Theatre's "Adventure Diaries" season now under way. Check it out here. Maurer's theater company presents "Around the World in 80 Days" at Kelsey Theatre Oct. 9-16.
Oct. 16: Art Show at Hopewell Gallery. Visual Arts Professor Kyle Stevenson will display his work at the Morpeth Contemporary gallery, 43 West Broad Street, Hopewell. "Finished Work" runs Oct. 16 to Nov. 2, with an opening reception on Saturday, Oct. 17, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Visit the Morpeth Contemporary website here.
Oct. 18: Discover Mercer Open House. Spread the word to neighbors, relatives and friends! Prospective students, families and community guests are invited to join faculty and staff at a "Discover Mercer" open house on Saturday, Oct. 17, 9 a.m. to noon. There will be tours, presentations and more. Read about it here. Visitors can register here. (www.mccc.edu/discover)
Nov. 2-5: Call for Gallery Entries: High School Teachers and Students.
The Gallery at Mercer is creating an exhibit focusing on area high school art teachers and their students. Help spread the word to high school teachers you may know. The show will feature the teachers and students they select. Submissions may be dropped off from Nov. 2 to 5; the exhibit will be on display from Nov. 16 to Dec. 8. Read more details here.
Through Dec. 1: Holocaust Center Film Series. The Holocaust-Genocide Resource Center presents "Only a Number" on Sept. 29. Other film screenings include "The Courage to Care" with Dr. Carol Rittner on Oct. 13; "The Long Way Home" on Oct. 27; "Year Zero: The Silent Death of Cambodia" on Nov. 17; and "Ghosts of Rwanda" on Dec. 1. In addition, the center will feature "Movies at Night" from 6-8 p.m. beginning on Sept. 24 with "Congo: White King, Red Rubber, Black Death" and on Nov. 3 with "Genocide: Worse Than War." Several other events are scheduled for the fall semester. For the complete list, click here.
Through Dec. 7: Exercise Classes. Yoga and Zumba are offered through the Student Life and Leadership office. Zumba is offered in the gym on Tuesdays through Dec. 1, from noon to 1 p.m. Yoga is offered Monday evenings from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in PE225 through Dec. 7 and Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. in the gym through Dec. 2.
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