STEPS to ENROLL     |     APPLY NOW     |     REGISTER for COURSES     |     MyMERCER     |    

Distinguished Lecture Series

supported by an MCCC Foundation designated fund

All lectures -- free and open to the public -- are at 12 noon in the CM Building on the West Windsor campus.
For additional information, call (609) 570-3324 or e-mail

Fall 2023

Wednesday, December 6, 2023 - 12 noon, CM110

Filling the Field: Making and Connecting with Literary Journals

Maya Marshall will discuss the logistics and impact of founding, launching, and operating literary journals. This talk and Q&A is intended to offer insight to and best practices for the many MCCC studentcentered magazines. From her position as an accomplished poet and editor, Marshall will discuss the role arts magazines play in the writing landscape.

Recommended by: Nicole Homer, Professor of English

Read more

Wednesday, October 25, 2023 - 12 noon, CM110

Navigating Arts Entrepreneurship as an Asian American

Trombonist Peter Lin will reflect on how his Asian American heritage has influenced his passion for music and entrepreneurship through an interactive lecture and live performance.

As a second-generation Taiwanese, he will share what it is like to balance his performing career, creative projects, producing the AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Jazz Fest, and running his production company, Yardbird Entertainment.

Recommended by: Scott Hornick, Associate Professor of Music, and Leonard Winogora, Professor of Philosophy

Read more