MCC Publications

November 2016


South Hall Science Building Opens; Classes to Start in January

For the second time in less than a month, Middlesex County College formally opened a new building. Called South Hall, the two-story, 36,000-square- feet facility includes 14 science labs dedicated to general biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, genetics, microbiology and general science. Classes will begin in January of 2017.

Arts and Sciences Dean: “It’s a Terrific Time to be Here”

As Linda Scherr walked toward L’Hommedieu Hall on her first day at MCC in August, she felt some apprehension. She had left a job she loved – an 18-year career, with tenure – for the uncertainties of a new position as dean of Arts and Sciences. She was anxious as she set foot into the building.

Student Speaks on NASA Research at Regional Conference

Danielle Caruso, a Middlesex County College student and recipient of a NASA Space Grant Fellowship award, was selected as the student speaker at the Mid-Atlantic Space Grant Directors meeting Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at Johns Hopkins University’s Mount Washington Conference Center in Baltimore.