MCC Grad Receives Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship
Zizhou Zhao, who graduated May 20, is one of 40 students across the nation to receive the 2010 Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. This is the largest and most prestigious scholarship in the nation for students transferring from a community college to a four-year institution.
Pomp & Pride: The Class of 2010 Celebrates
The largest class in Middlesex County College history – 1415 students – graduated Thursday, May 20 at the 43rd annual Commencement exercises witnessed by more than 3500 guests under sunny skies on the College green.
Prof Chosen for Kennedy Center Playwriting Program
Benjamin Marshall, associate professor of English, has been accepted into the Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive, a 10-day workshop this summer, held at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
The College honored numerous members of the faculty and staff, plus the Alumna of the Year, during Celebration Day May 14.
Middle State Brief
Graduation is behind us, summer is ahead, and work on our Middle States Self-Study continues. The 110 MCC faculty, administrators, staff, and students who serve on the 14 Work Groups have labored through three drafts of their reports and will continue to gather additional data where necessary and incorporate it into their analysis.