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News@Mercer   April 4, 2016

MCCC to Honor Community Partners During Scholarship Fundraiser April 15

MCCC will kick off its 50th anniversary and celebrate a half-century of student success with a gala scholarship fundraiser on April 15. The college will honor three community partners who have assisted students in achieving their academic goals.

Gala Awardees

MCCC will honor Edward Kahn and the Albert Kahn Foundation (left), Jim and Fannie Floyd (right), and Bristol-Myers Squibb during its 50th anniversary scholarship fundraiser gala April 15.

Athletics Department, Baseball Alumni to Honor Coach Butch Miller April 10

On Sunday, April 10, MCCC's Athletics Department and baseball alumni will unveil and dedicate the Butch Miller Baseball Pavilion, in honor of the legendary Vikings baseball coach.

John Simone and Al Leister

MCCC Athletics Director John Simone and former Athletics Director Al Leister at the Butch Miller Baseball Pavilion.

"Explore Mercer" Programs, Opportunities at MCCC Open House April 13

Prospective students, their parents, and adults interested in enhancing their job skills will have a chance to learn more about what MCCC has to offer during the Explore Mercer Open House, Wednesday, April 13, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the West Windsor campus Student Center.

Harry Bittner

Engineering instructor Harry Bittner discusses the uses of 3-D printer technology during an open house at MCCC.


Bollywood Meets The Bard in Reimagining of 'Midsummer Night's Dream'

MCCC's Academic Theatre Company presents an original adaptation of Shakespeare's classic "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Kelsey Theatre through April 10 that adds American jazz dance fused with classical Indian dance.

Scene from A Midsummer's Night Dream

Meaghan Lukas as Hermia, Madison Kotnarowski as Helena, Rachel Lemos as Titania and Katherine Beauchamps as a Fairy.


Focused on Our Future

Alumna Ana Berdecia '88 ( A.A., Humanities and Social Sciences) continues to be recognized for her work as a senior fellow with The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy and director of the Center for the Positive Development of Urban Children at Thomas Edison State University.

Ana Berdecia

MCCC alumna Ana Bercedia


Business Students Focus on Money Matters Personal and Professional

Recently the Global Business Club hosted a financial talk with a Wells Fargo branch manager to achieve some perspective on running a business -- starting with personal finance advice.

Global Business Club Students

Guest speaker Sallah Khan, standing fourth from left, with students in the Global Business Club.


Storied Coach, Player Elyse Diamond to Lead MCCC Women's Soccer Team

Elyse Diamond of Yardville, an MCCC alumna, standout athlete at Rutgers, and a coach at Nottingham for 25 years, will join the athletics staff at MCCC as head coach for women's soccer.

John Simone and Elyse Diamond

New Head Coach for Women's Soccer Elyse Diamond, with Athletics Director John Simone.


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