A selected group of students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the oldest and largest international honor society serving two-year colleges.
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The Science and Technology Reaching Out to New Generations in Connecticut (STRONG-CT) program targets minority and first generation college students that have an interest in life sciences.
G. Duncan Harris, of Windsor, has accepted the appointment of Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Dr. Joanne Russell, of Manchester, has been appointed the new Director of the Liberal Arts Division
Latisha (Tish) Wilson, of Hartford, is a recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarship.
Sharale Walker, of West Hartford, has joined MCC as the STRONG-CT Project Coordinator.
MCC Accounting, Business and Paralegal Department honored students for outstanding achievement in the areas of business, accounting or legal studies.
The promise of available work brought out more than 2,000 job seekers and 78 employers from across the region.
A week-long event that will provide insight on the latest business strategies and technology from today’s industry leaders.
MCC Welcomes 5th Graders for a “Real World” College Experience
The Manchester Community College Foundation recently appointed four new members to its board of directors.