The Association of Middlesex County College Nursing Students held its annual coat drive and delivered 27 coats and six other items of winter apparel to the Raritan Bay Medical Center Pediatric Department. The program, called “Coats for Kids” is an annual event to aid patients at Raritan Bay.
The Middlesex County College Dance Ensemble will present its 15th annual fall dance concert entitled Artistry in Motion on Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5 at 7 p.m. Both performances will be held in the Performing Arts Center on the College’s Edison Campus and are free with a suggested donation of $5 per person. […]
Middlesex County College is one of the most veteran-friendly colleges in the United States, according to lists developed by three media companies: Military Times, Military Advanced Education, and Victory Media. This is the second year MCC has been named to the Military Times list, the third time for Military Advanced Education, and the fourth year […]
A street on the campus of Middlesex County College has been named in honor of Frank Deiner, who was a freeholder in 1964 and one of the founding fathers of MCC. Mr. Deiner was a 33-year-old freeholder and the chairman of its Education Committee when the College was being created in 1964. He led the […]
The New Pathways to Teaching program has been created to allow individuals who have not completed a traditional teacher-training program the opportunity to become teachers through the New Jersey alternate route system. There will be an Information Session at Middlesex County College on Wednesday, October 21 to review the requirements of the program, as well as certification requirements. This meeting […]
Faisal Usman received the fall 2015 Middlesex County College Alumni Association Scholarship for Academic Excellence. The scholarship, for $750, will allow him to complete his Engineering Technology Degree at Middlesex. He plans to graduate and transfer to either Stanford University or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is shown with Dorothy Bitetto, Alumni Association president.
Neil C. Brosnan, a law enforcement professional with 25 years of experience with the New Jersey State Police, has been appointed as chief of the Middlesex County College Police Department. Most recently, Chief Brosnan was director of security for the Howell Township Public School system, where he oversaw security in the district of 12 schools, […]
From left, Ronald Rios, Middlesex County freeholder director; MCC President Joann La Perla-Morales; Rush Holt; and Thomas Tighe, vice chairman of the MCC Board of Trustees. Rush Holt, the chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and a former Congressman from New Jersey’s 12th District, was presented the Paige […]
Officials from Centenary College and Middlesex County College signed an articulation agreement for transfer students during a special ceremony in July. This agreement will facilitate a seamless transfer of MCC students into Centenary College’s B.S. in Accounting and B.A. in Criminal Justice. “Our institutions have a history of collaboration that provides access to high quality […]
Professor Santi Buscemi of the English Department delivered a paper on the Sicilian author Luigi Capuana at an academic conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of the author’s death in Mineo, Sicily. The title of the paper was “Why I Translate Luigi Capuana”; it was delivered in Italian. At the end of the proceedings, the Mineo […]