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News@Mercer September 27, 2013

MCCC Annual Golf Classic on Oct. 1 to Benefit Student Athletes

The MCCC Athletics Department and MCCC Foundation host the 22nd Annual Golf Classic on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Mercer Oaks East. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the MCCC Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund.

Golf Classic Committee

2013 Golf Classic committee members.

New Healthcare Courses at MCCC's Center for Continuing Studies

Increasing demand for healthcare professionals has resulted in the addition of new courses at MCCC's Center for Continuing Studies, including non-credit courses in CT Scan technology, Medical Billing and Coding, and the addition of a Certified Nurse Aide and Certified Home Health Aide programs at the Trenton campus .

Staff at the Center for Continuing Studies, from left: CCS Director Carol Clark, Assistant Director Read Langan, and Coordinator Brielle Parady.

MCCC Gallery Opens New Season with Faculty Exhibit

The Gallery at Mercer opened the 2013-14 academic year with an exhibit that shines a spotlight on its talented arts faculty. The show runs through Oct. 3.

"Transfusion," a 30" x 48" oil on panel by Paul Mordetsky.

Macedonian Professors Share Perspectives with MCCC Students and Faculty

University St. Kliment Ohridski, located in the nation of Macedonia, and MCCC established a bond that only promises to grow stronger. After an exchange that took MCCC professors Laura Sosa and Doug Fee to Macedonia last spring, the Macedonian professors completed a week of teaching and cultural activities in Central New Jersey in September.

Panel Discussion

From left, MCCC President Patricia C. Donohue, Professor Lidijia Simoncheska and Professor Ivanka Nestoroska participated in a panel discussion entitled "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead."

MCCC Culinary Instructor Selected for Best Chefs America

MCCC culinary instructor Matthew McElmoyl, owner and executive chef of Oliver A Bistro in Bordentown, was selected from among 5,000 chefs as one of the nation's top culinary talents for the inaugural edition of the book Best Chefs America.

Chef Matt in the kitchen

In the kitchen at MCCC's Trenton campus are Chef Matt McElmoyl, center, and CTI students Issaic Marshall, left, and Arthur Jones.


Kicking it Up

At age 42, Ed Yuncza '92 (A.S. Criminal Justice), owner and teacher at E.Y. Martial Arts & Self-Defense Concepts in Hamilton, is not ready to throw in the towel -- or black belt -- in martial arts competition at the national level.

Ed Yuncza

Celebrating Sensei Ed's first place victory at the 43rd Annual Battle of Atlanta, from left, Bill "Superfoot" Wallace, MCCC alumnus Ed Yuncza, and Don "The Dragon" Wilson.



Former MCCC Baseball Player Named All-Star For Chicago Cubs Farm Team

Hamilton native James Pugliese, a pitcher for the MCCC baseball team during the 2011 season and a farmhand for the Chicago Cubs' Class A affiliate in Boise, Idaho, was named to the South Division All-Star Team.

James Pugliese

James Pugliese on the mound for Mercer during the 2011 season.



TV Professor Presents Analysis of Presidential Debates in D.C.

Associate Professor Steve Voorhees presented a paper at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference in Washington entitled "CNN's coverage of the 2012 Presidential Debates: Balanced or liberally biased?"

Professor Steve Voorhees

Associate Professor Steve Voorhees at the AEJMC conference in Washington, D.C. with his research on 2012's presidential debate coverage by CNN and MSNBC.


Holocaust Center Begins Semester with Discussion of Emancipation Proclamation


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