Alumnus Featured in Black History Month Art Exhibit
The College will host an art exhibit celebrating Black History Month in February. The exhibit, by noted artist Richmond Garrick, an MCC alumnus from the class of 1996 and native of Sierra Leone, includes his work on the civil war in that country, as well as 13 prints of noted African and African-American luminaries.
Student Selected for Brain Waves Research Project
An MCC student, Julissa Gesumaria, was selected to participate in the Governor’s STEM Scholars research project, a program to encourage high school and college students to go into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) careers. Ms. Gesumaria, a Biology major, is conducting research on the effects of specific physical activities on brainwaves and cognitive performance. She plans to go into the field of neurology.
Rose Williams: Compassionate Customer Service
The first floor of Chambers Hall is now quiet. And a little dark. It used to house Admissions, Advising, Registration, the Veterans Center, and STARS, but they’ve all moved to Enrollment Services in West Hall. The bottom floor of Chambers is now only home to Human Resources, which consists of five people. None of whom is noisy.
College Inks Agreement with East Brunswick High School
MCC and East Brunswick Public Schools signed an agreement officially launching the MCC/East Brunswick High School College Pathways program.