August 2012 News Archive

August 28, 2012 MCC Appoints Dean of Institutional Advancement
Manchester Community College is pleased to announce that Leia Bell, a resident of Wethersfield, has been selected as the Dean of Institutional Advancement following a national search with other top candidates.
August 27, 2012 New Faculty Join Manchester Community College
Manchester Community College is pleased to announce the following additions to its staff.
August 26, 2012 MCC Veterans Oasis Center Receives Grants from Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
The Veterans OASIS Center at Manchester Community College recently received two grants totaling $2,600 from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
August 24, 2012 Rae Strickland, MCC English Professor, Receives Outstanding Woman of the Year Award
Rae Strickland, professor of English at Manchester Commmunity College, recently received the 2012 Outstanding Woman of the Year Award from the MCC Women's Caucus.
August 17, 2012 MCC on Main Grand Opening
Manchester Community Collegeís Arts and Education Center, MCC on Main, located at 903 Main Street in Manchester, will hold its grand opening on Thursday, September 13.
August 16, 2012 Fore! Cougar Classic Golf Tournament Supports Student Life and Programs at MCC
The Manchester Community College Foundationís 2nd Annual Cougar Classic will be held on Wednesday, September 26 at Manchester Country Club. Funds raised will be used to support student life and co-curricular activities at MCC.
August 15, 2012 Kimberly Hamilton Bobrow, Associate Professor of English at MCC, Receives Award
Kimberly Hamilton Bobrow, associate professor of English at Manchester Community College, recently received the Educational Excellence and Distinguished Service Award from the Congress of Connecticut Community Colleges.
August 14, 2012 Students Learn Ways to Change the Future at MCC Technology Camp
Cars without wheels were moving freely over the ground, and a wide variety of things electric were humming along under solar power as 64 high-achieving students, grade levels 5 through 8, spent time on the Manchester Community College campus this summer learning how they can use technology to help change the future.
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