Resource Center at MCCC Announces New Co-Directors; Community Invited
to Open House Feb. 1
Windsor, N.J. - The Mercer County Holocaust/Genocide Resource
Center, located on the second floor of the library building
at Mercer County Community College, is open for business.
Following a transitional period after the former director,
MCCC Professor Emeritus Saul Goldwasser, stepped down, new
co-chairs MCCC Assistant Education Professor Elizabeth DeGiorgio
and Susan Goldberg are currently planning programming for
the spring semester.
The community is invited to an Open House at the Center
on Wednesday, Feb. 1, from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Guests will meet
the co-directors and learn more about the facility's resources
and programming. K-12 educators will find materials to assist
them in teaching about the lessons of the Holocaust and other
DeGiorgio, of Lawrenceville, has been an assistant professor
of education and psychology at Mercer for nine years. She
serves as Mercer's advisor for Kappa Delta Pi, the International
Education Honor Society, and as advisor for MCCC's Future
Teacher's Club. She has a master's degree in Education from
Fordham University and pursued doctoral studies in Educational
Psychology. She earned her bachelor's degree in Behavioral
Sciences and Special Education from Mercy College. She has
done graduate work in peace and justice and has led conflict
resolution workshops. Currently she is completing coursework
in Holocaust Studies online through Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
of Hamilton, has taken a leading role on the Holocaust Center's
Advisory Commission since her appointment in 2010. She earned
a master's degree in Radio, Television and Film from the University
of North Texas and a bachelor's degree in Communications from
Rowan University. She currently works as a personnel data
specialist for Lawrence Township Schools, as well as a writer/production
assistant for Justice Productions. Goldberg was the recipient
of the Howard H. Schultz Memorial Scholarship from the Department
of Jewish Studies at the University of North Texas.
co-directors Elizabeth DeGiorgio, left, and Susan Goldberg
Center's Adivsory Commission in a meeting to discuss programming
for the spring semester.
workshops are being planned for spring. For more information
about the center's expanded hours of operation and upcoming
programming, call (609) 570-3355 or visit the website here.
Return to Current
Return to Holocaust/Genocide
Resource Center Home Page
Return to Home Page