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News@Mercer   December 13, 2013

Community Groups Honored at Board of Trustees Open House

The MCCC Board of Trustees welcomed more than 200 community residents and honored several Mercer County organizations for their contributions to education during the annual Open House event.

Mercer Fashion students

Dr. Gwendolyn Harris, chair of the MCCC Board of Trustees (back, left) and college President Dr. Patricia Donohue (back, right) with award recipients.

Fashion Program Students Continue to Shimmer and Shine

Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising students had a chance to shine during "Art Night" at Trenton Hall, with the works of 50 students on display.

Live models greet guests in Trenton Hall's storefront window display.

Kelsey Theatre Companies Nominated for 24, Earn Four Perry Awards

Theater companies that perform at Kelsey were nominated in 16 categories, with four winners in the New Jersey Association of Community Theatres Awards.

Judi Parrish, nominated for direction of "The Miracle Worker," award winner Isabel Kinney, and Kelsey Artistic Director Kitty Getlik.

2013 Kelsey Review Features Fiction, Poetry, and Art by Local Contributors

The fragile bonds between people, and between people and the natural world, are recurring themes in the 2013 edition of Kelsey Review, published annually by MCCC and available free online and at public libraries throughout Mercer County.

Ed Carmien

MCCC English Professor Edward Carmien, editor of Kelsey Review.


Photo Finish

For alum C.J. Harker ('11), a facination with skateboarding has led to a story featuring his work in a national magazine for emerging photographers.

CJ Harker

Mercer alumnus and photographer C.J. Harker.


Students Carry Out Habitat Assessment for Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed

Members of the college Naturalist Club are doing their part to keep local waterways healthy.

Collecting samples in Stony Brook

Students Rachele Weintraub, right, and Cathryn Jolley collect samples from the Stony Brook stream.


Professors to Develop "Bridging Historias" Curriculum

Three Mercer professors have been selected to participate in a two-year project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Mercer professors

Dean of Liberal Arts Robin Schore and Professors Craig Coenen, Giana Durso-Finley and Daniel D'Arpa.


Mercer Marketing Team Nets 16 Awards


"My Mercer" Photography Winners Announced


Kelsey Theatre Shows


Still Time to Register for Winter, Spring Classes


Mercer County Symphonic Band Concert Dec. 18


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