The lecture will be held Thursday, October 26, in room C211 in the SBM Charitable Foundation Building from 4 to 6 p.m. This presentation — as well other events held as part of the MCC Community Science Lecture Series — is free and open to the public.
The event is free and open to new, returning and transfer students and their families. Special emphasis will be placed on those programs that support adults returning to school to finish a degree, gain new skills or find a new career.
Professor Ricardo Aragon and culinary students Katelyn Boris and Sean Carney won the annual Manchester Chamber of Commerce “Chefs Challenge.” This was MCC’s second year in a row as winners. 10.5.17
K. Umesh Vig, assistant to the dean of student affairs, was recognized at the Tenth Annual Gala of the Asian Pacific American Coalition of Connecticut for his commitment and leadership to the Asian Pacific American community in higher education and public service. 8.29.17
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In the News
- Advanced Manufacturing Programs Teach in-Demand Skills – Hartford Magazine October 2017 (9.29.17)
- Some People Learn to Code in their 60s, 70s or 80s (9.22.17)
- Chef’s Challenge to Return October 1 (9.21.17)
- Millner-Harlee Named Interim Dean of Academic Affairs at MCC (9.15.17)