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News@Mercer   November 5, 2015

Mercer Men's Soccer Ranked 2nd in U.S., Headed to NE District Championship

MCCC's men's soccer team captured the Region 19 Championship on Oct. 31 and with the win, the Vikings advance to the Northeast District Championship at home this weekend.

MCCC Faculty and Staff

The team proudly displays the Region 19 plaque, which they earned after defeating Burlington on Saturday. (See video footage here.)

Culinary Benefit Is Tasty Tribute to Two Special MCCC Chefs

The culinary community of Central New Jersey came together at MCCC on Oct. 13 to celebrate the lives of two special chef instructors, the late Anne Lumberger and Shari Widmayer, with a tasting event to benefit a scholarship in their names.

Students at work in new physics lab

Chef Frank Benowitz, David Lumberger, scholarship winner Laure Granarolo, Don and Lillie Widmayer, and Chef Doug Fee.

MCCC's 2014-15 Annual Report Now Available Online

It's been an exciting year at Mercer County Community College. Check out the highlights in the 2014-15 annual report, featuring MCCC students, in this convenient online format. To request a hard copy, e-mail marketing@mccc.edu.

MCCC Annual Report

MCCC's 2014-15 Annual Report.


Students Rewarded, Donors Applauded at Honors Scholarship Reception

Students and proud family members joined college administrators and faculty at Mercer on Oct. 28 to celebrate achievement and thank generous donors during the annual Honors Recognition Reception for Continuing Students.

Student athlete scholarship

Asst. Dean for Student Services John Simone, Golf Classic Scholarship donor Tom Perrino, student athlete Brianna Gurdon, and MCCC President Jianping Wang.


Picture Perfect

MCCC alumna Alina Marin-Bliach '06 (A.F.A., Photography) returned to Mercer in June with an exhibit at the MCCC Gallery entitled "A Voyage of Many," featuring photographs and stories of 50 Cuban immigrants over the past half century in their new American homeland.

Alina Marin-Bliach

Marin-Bliach at the opening reception.


Fashion Design Student is Finalist in Young Designers Contest

Fashion Design student Verity Gordon was recently selected as one of four finalists at the Jersey City Fashion Week Young Designers Contest, a competition open to fashion students who plan to pursue careers in the industry.

Verity Gordon

MCCC Fashion Design student Verity Gordon.


Faculty Member Publishes Book on Quakers and Their Abolitionist Allies

Sue Kozel, Senior Adjunct Professor in History at MCCC, has published her first book, entitled "Quakers and Their Allies in the Abolitionist Cause, 1754-1808."

Sue Kozel

MCCC History faculty member Sue Kozel.


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