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Shoah Speaker May 1 Escaped Nazis on Famed ‘Children’s Transport’

The Shoah Commemoration Service on Sunday, May 1, will feature guest speaker Dave Lux, who was one of the 669 Jewish children in Czechoslovakia saved from the Nazis by British humanitarian Sir Nicholas George Winston’s brave effort known as the “children’s transport.” The talk, entitled “The Power of Goodness,” is free and open to the […]

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Muskegon Community College News

GVSU, MCC to Sign Nursing Agreement on April 27

Leaders from Grand Valley State University and Muskegon Community College (MCC) will officially sign a concurrent enrollment agreement on April 27 that will provide MCC students with a seamless transition to a bachelor’s degree in nursing. The concurrent enrollment agreement is between MCC’s Applied Science Nursing Program and Grand Valley’s Kirkhof College of Nursing’s (KCON) […]

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MCC to Receive Michigan Works! Impact Award for Medical Assistant Program

Muskegon Community College will receive a prestigious 2016 Michigan Works! Impact Award on Wednesday, April 27, at a luncheon in the Anderson House Office Building in Lansing, MI. West Michigan Works! nominated MCC for the statewide honor for the college’s strategic partnership and collaboration with both the Michigan Works! Association and with community organizations to […]

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Concert Features Area Honors Orchestra, MCC College Singers and Collegiates April 24

Muskegon Community College will present “A Springtime of Music” on Sunday, April 24, at 7 p.m. in Overbrook Theater. The event is free and open to the public. Highlighting the evening is Ludwig van Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy Opus 80 for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra. Piano virtuoso Dr. Solee Lee-Clark will be supported by the Muskegon […]

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MCC to Celebrate Earth Week with Series of Events

Muskegon Community College will celebrate Earth Week 2016 with a series of free events April 18-22. Throughout Earth Week, the MCC Sustainability Council will be hosting informational sessions on both composting and recycling during lunchtime in the Student Union. Meanwhile, visitors to the college’s Hendrik Meijer Library in April and May can explore exhibits and […]

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Dr. Sarah N. Pletcher Named 2016 MCC Distinguished Alumnus

Muskegon native Dr. Sarah N. Pletcher, a surgeon and telemedicine trailblazer, has been named the 2016 Muskegon Community College Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Pletcher founded and established the Center for Telehealth and Connected Care for the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system serving 19 million patients in New England. A faculty member at Dartmouth University’s prestigious Geisel School of […]

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MCC Student Newspaper Wins Statewide Awards

MCC’s student newspaper, The Bay Window, won first place in the General Excellence, Overall Newspaper Design, and Online Newspaper categories, while its writers, editors and designers captured several individual honors from the Michigan Community College Press Association (MCCPA). The awards were presented at the MCCPA’s annual conference which was held on April 9 at Central […]

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MCC Student Researchers Participate at National Symposium in Tennessee

Seven student researchers and two faculty advisors from MCC travelled to Tennessee on April 11 to participate in the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI) Student Research Symposium at Volunteer State Community College. The MCC contingent joined more than 90 students, along with their faculty advisors, from 23 different community colleges around the U.S. The […]

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‘Political Engagement: Influencing Change!” Discussion April 20 at MCC

The community is invited to participate in a conversation about “Political Engagement: Influencing Change!” on Wednesday, April 20, from 6-8 p.m. in Stevenson Center Room 1100. The event is the sixth installment in the “…And Justice for All” series, which was made possible by a grant from the John G. Thompson College and Community Fund. […]

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