M-News Guy
News@Mercer   January 31, 2017

Television Students 'Dish It Out' from New Mobile Production Unit

Thanks to funding from Dow Jones, a production truck that was donated to the college by PVI Virtual Media Services has been fully equipped for prime time.

MCCC Mobile TV Production Unit

MCCC TV and Digital Film students in the new production truck.

New Partnership Allows MCCC Students to Live on Rider University Campus

Students attending Mercer can now experience campus life at Rider University as part of a new housing partnership between the two institutions. The formal agreement allows Mercer students to live in Rider's residence halls at a reduced rate.

Dr. Jianping Wang and Dr. Gregory Dell'Omo

MCCC President Jianping Wang, left, and Rider President Gregory Dell'Omo shake hands after signing the agreement.

MCCC Receives $2.25 Million Federal Grant to Fund Student Success Initiatives

The U.S. Department of Education has named MCCC as the recipient of a $2.25 million grant to support a series of initiatives aimed at improving services to students, bolstering student performance, and increasing opportunities for success after graduation.

Mercer Grads

Mercer graduates, Class of 2016.


Call for Submissions for 'Mercer County Artists 2017'; Jurying Feb. 11

Calling local artists! Artists aged 18 or older who live, work, or attend school in Mercer County are invited to submit art for consideration for the "Mercer County Artists 2017" exhibition, presented at The Gallery at Mercer.

Janis Purcell

Janis Purcell, left, 2016 winner of Best in Show.


Curtain Call

Composer and musician Kento Iwasaki '09 (Liberal Arts/Music) creates music that spans genres and cultures, from performances at the American Museum of Natural History to a children's opera at MCCC's Kelsey Theatre.

Kento Iwasaki

Kento Iwasaki playing koto, a Japanese harp.


Mercer Students Selected for Elite 'Leaders of Promise' Scholarships

Two Mercer students have been honored as part of an elite group nationwide as recipients of Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarships.

Jason Lima and Dan Hurley

Jason Lima and Dan Hurley, recipients of the 2016 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship.


MCCC Professor Michael Chovan-Dalton Hosts 'thePhotoShow' Podcast

Professor Michael Chovan-Dalton, coordinator of the Photography and Digital Imaging program at Mercer, is the creator of thePhotoShow, a podcast he co-hosts with Kai McBride, a photo professor and manager of photography facilities at the School of the Arts at Columbia University.
Michael Chovan-Dalton

Professor of Photography Michael Chovan-Dalton.


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