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News@Mercer   October 16, 2017

MCCC Cuts Ribbon on New Advanced Manufacturing Technology Lab

MCCC rolled out the latest in high-technology workforce development programs, highlighted by the ribbon cutting on the college’s new $1.2 million, 3,000-square-foot Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory.

Ribbon Cutting

Business partners and county officials lend a hand at the ribbon cutting for the new Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory.

MCCC Launches New Drone Pilot Certification Program

MCCC students will have the opportunity to take to the skies without leaving the ground, with the introduction of a new program that provides certification for drone pilots. The program begins Oct. 24.

MCCC Drone Program Demo

Representatives from ABJ Drones of Cranbury, N.J., demonstrate the versatility of modern drones during Club Day.

Holocaust Center’s Message of Human Rights Is Stronger than Ever

The Mercer County Holocaust and Genocide Education Center director says that educating students and the community about human rights and social justice is more important than ever, with numerous events on tap for this fall.

CCS Staff

Professor Emerita Vera Goodkin, a Holocaust survivor, regularly returns to campus to discuss her experiences with students.


Fourth MCCC Culinary Tasting Benefit to Feature Fine Food from Area Restaurants

A community feast is in store as the MCCC Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management program prepares to host its Fourth Annual Culinary Tasting Benefit for student scholarships on Nov. 8.

Kelsey Theatre Staff

Last year's scholarship recipients Telma Stucke and Valarie Herbe. 


Tech Talk

When Joseph Flesch III ’87 (A.S., Information Systems) embarked on a career in information systems in the 1980s, the good buzz about MCCC’s Information Technology programs led the current software executive to Mercer.

Jim Sabol

Joseph Flesch '87, principal and managing partner of Contemporary Software Concepts.


MCCC Students Earn, Learn, and Provide Computer Tech Support

The Domain Tech Academy@Mercer, a one-stop shop for computer tech support staffed by college students who are earning and learning, is open for business on MCCC's West Windsor Campus.

Domain Tech Academy Students

Domain Tech Academy@Mercer team members.


Professor and Poet Nicole Homer Publishes Debut Book of Poetry

Nicole Homer, a member of the English faculty at MCCC, has published her first full-length poetry collection. Homer describes the collection as a look at how race and gender politics play out in the domestic sphere.
Nicole Homer

MCCC Professor and Poet Nicole Homer.


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