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News@Mercer   December 3, 2015

MCCC Celebrates Veterans Day with Thanks and Action

A Veterans Day commemoration at MCCC included a ribbon cutting for a new Veterans Resource Center, and a ceremony featuring special guests Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman and New Jersey Assemblyman Wayne DeAngelo.

Ribbon Cutting, MCCC Veterans Resource Center

Joined by veterans and their supporters, President Jianping Wang cuts the ribbon for the new Veterans Resource Center.

MCCC, FDU Ink Agreement to Make College More Affordable

A new agreement between MCCC and Fairleigh Dickinson University will give MCCC graduates an opportunity to earn their bachelor's degree at FDU at nearly half the regular cost.

Dr. Jianping Wang and FDU President Sheldon Drucker

MCCC President Dr. Jianping Wang and FDU President Sheldon Drucker.

Wells Fargo Presents MCCC With $10,000 to Support Student Scholarships

The Wells Fargo Foundation recently presented MCCC with a $10,000 donation to fund the Wells Fargo Urban Scholarship program for eligible students at Mercer who have graduated from a Trenton high school.

Wells Fargo Check Presentation

Wells Fargo check presentation.


American Honors at Mercer Encourages Students to 'Dream Big'

MCCC freshmen who are enrolled in American Honors at Mercer attended the program's "Dream Big" dinner, featuring keynote speaker Phil Bronner, the CEO of American Honors/Quad Learning based in Washington, D.C.

American Honors at Mercer

AH student ambassadors Brittany Mudri, left, and Katie Gyenge with Dr. Gianna Durso-Finley, Assistant Dean for American Honors.


Service With a Smile

Alumnus John Kobiernicki ’06 (A.S., Education) is a youth minister for St. Mary’s Catholic Church in South Amboy, with a commitment to MCCC that is unwavering. He returns to MCCC regularly as associate counselor for the chapter of the Kappa Delta Pi National Education Honor Society.

John Kobiernicki

John Kobiernicki at MCCC's 2015 Club Day.


Building a Community Among STEM Scholars

Students studying in the STEM disciplines -- science, technology, engineering and mathematics -- have a lot in common. As Mercer's population of STEM students grows, the college is responding to ensure that these students thrive.

MCCC STEM Students

The STEM Learning Community meets twice monthly for mentoring and professional development activities.


Television Faculty Member Steve Voorhees Publishes in Electronic News

An article by MCCC Television faculty member Steve Voorhees entitled "The Fast and the Erroneous: Journalism's Reaction to CNN's Misreporting of a SCOTUS Decision," was published earlier this year in the peer-reviewed journal Electronic News.

Steve Voorhees

Steve Voorhees, Associate Professor of Television.


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