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News@Mercer   December 18, 2014

Students Celebrate with Family and Donors at Annual Scholarship Ceremony

There were lots of reasons to celebrate when Mercer students convened with generous donors at the Honors Recognition Reception for Continuing Students.

Students Tyler Sincoskie, left, and Sean Rackowski, right, received Architecture scholarships. They are pictured with Foundation Board member and long-time donor Jim Faridy and President Donohue.

Radiography Program Job Placement Rate for Recent Grads Is 100 Percent

The passing percentage among MCCC's first-time examinees on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists national certification exam continues to be stellar, with every member of the Class of 2013 finding jobs in their field.

Radiography Students

Students in the Radiography Lab.

Board of Trustees Announces President Patricia Donohue's Retirement

The MCCC Board of Trustees has announced the retirement of Dr. Patricia C. Donohue as Mercer's fifth president, effective June 30, 2015.

MCCC President Dr. Patricia Donohue

Mercer County Community College President Dr. Patricia C. Donohue.

WWFM Host Receives Honor From National Composers Organization

David Osenberg, on-air personality for WWFM on the campus of MCCC, was the recipient of a prestigious award from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.

David Osenberg and WWFM

WWFM host David Osenberg, left, wwith President Patricia Donohue, WWFM Development Director Diane Guvenis, and WWFM General Manager Peter Fretwell.


Soaring to New Heights

From the time he was a young child, Mercer alumnus Jonathan (Jon) Turman '02 (A.A.S., Aviation Flight Technology) was drawn to flying. Now a First Officer with FedEx Express Airlines based in Hong Kong, Turman says that MCCC’s Aviation Flight Technology Program proved to be the best choice for his career.

Jon Turman

Jon Turman '02


Jocelyn Vallejo Splits Time Between College and Duties as Miss Ecuador

Jocelyn Vallejo is not your typical college student. On weekends, studying for her courses at MCCC goes hand in hand with appearances in local parades and special events as Miss Ecuador.

Jocelyn Vallejo

Jocelyn Vallejo is a full-time college student while wearing the crown as Miss Ecuador of Mercer County.


Engineering Professor Earns Outstanding Paper Award

MCCC Engineering Science and Civil Engineering Technology Program Coordinator Jim Maccariella was a guest speaker at two recent national conferences, earning an Outstanding Paper Award.

Jim Maccariella

Engineering Professor Jim Maccariella.


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