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News@Mercer   January 11, 2016

MCCC, Rider Sign 18 New Guaranteed Transfer Agreements

MCCC and Rider University have expanded the number of guaranteed transfer agreements from five to 23, giving Mercer graduates even more opportunities to transfer to Rider with full junior status.

Dr. Jianping Wang and Dr. Gregory Dell'Omo

MCCC President Dr. Jianping Wang and Rider President Dr. Gregory Dell'Omo.

Holocaust Survivors Share Experiences With MCCC History Students

With vivid memories ranging from the Warsaw ghettos to the Auschwitz death camp, local Holocaust survivors shared their experiences with a group of Mercer history students who had the opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of the tragedy of the Holocaust.

Dr. Jianping Wang and FDU President Sheldon Drucker

Holocaust survivor Henry Eisenberg (standing) recalls his years in forced labor camps as a teenager in Poland.

Region's Aviation Industry Continues to Help Students Reach For the Sky

The "Sky's the Limit" TTN Scholarship Fund held its annual golf tournament in the fall, a benefit outing for the sole benefit of MCCC Aviation Flight Technology students. This year the event yielded a record total.

Aviation Scholarship Recipients

"Sky's the Limit" Aviation scholarship recipients.


Healthcare Careers Headline Center for Continuing Studies Open House Jan. 14

From Pharmacy Technician to Phlebotomy, MCCC's Center for Continuing Studies will be offering a variety of certificate classes this Spring to help fulfill area needs for trained healthcare professionals.

Martha Redondo and Fern Harhay

Martha Redondo, Grant Project Manager for the Center for Continuing Studies, and Fern Harhay, an Allied Health instructor


Dare to Dream

Marlene Snyder '81 (A.A.S., Secretarial Science) enrolled at MCCC directly after graduating from Hamilton High West. After completing her MCCC associate degree, Snyder landed a job at Princeton University, where she was happily employed as an administrative assistant for 19 years.

Marlene Snyder

MCCC alumnus Marlene Snyder.


Students in Hybrid Business Practice Firm Launch Digital Magazine

This semester the MCCC Business and Technology Division an online magazine as part of its long-running and highly successful International Business Practice Firm course, in which students run a virtual travel agency.

MCCC Business Practice Firm Students

Launch party for the online magazine "Travel on a Dime."


Jim Maccariella Named Education Fellow at Old Dominion

Jim Maccariella, Ph.D., P.E., MCCC Associate Professor of Engineering Technology, has been named a 2015 Darden College of Education Fellow at Old Dominion University. He was nominated for his "significant contributions to the education profession."

Jim Maccariella

Jim Maccariella, Coordinator for Engineering Science and Civil Engineering Technology.


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