Tracey Siegel, program coordinator of the MCC Associate in Science Degree in Nursing Program offered in Association with Raritan Bay Medical Center, has been named a Fellow of the Academy of Associate Degree Nursing, by the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing.
English Professor Shirley Wachtel signed copies of her new book, “Three for a Dollar and other stories at the College Bookstore in November. She also read from her work. Here, Dr. Wachtel signs a copy for MCC student Dwight Alexander.
MCC student-veterans marched in the Highland Park-New Brunswick Veterans Day Parade on November 11. The parade starts at the Doughboy Statue in Highland Park and goes down Raritan Avenue, concluding at the Monument at George Street and Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick. They were joined by Congressman Frank Pallone (front row, third from left).
Army veteran John Durrenberger, an MCC student whose son is in the Child Care Center, brought his service dog Kilmer to share with the children in the center as part of a Veterans Day celebration. The kids heard about Mr. Durrenberger’s experience and got to greet Kilmer, who is a very friendly 2-year-old dog. With them are Dior Garcia (left) and Ava Kaden.
MCC dental students cleaned the teeth of 20 kids from the Acelero Learning – South Amboy Center.
MCC celebrated Diwali in October with dance, music, food and a presentation on the holiday.
Fifty-eight students from the Earth Science Club as well as geology and meteorology classes taught by Professor Claire Condie recently cleaned the Laurence Harbor Waterfront Park. Jordan Mandel and Justine Burnett load a bag of garbage.