Paul Struck and Hoan Lam

Two MCC Students Named to 2018 All-Michigan Academic Team

Muskegon Community College students Hoan Lam and Paul Struck were named to the 2018 All-Michigan Academic Team and honored on Wednesday, March 14, at a reception in Lansing sponsored by the Michigan Community College Association (MCCA) and Phi Theta Kappa international honor society. Students were selected on the basis of academic achievement, community service involvement, […]

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"Hunch" by Tamara Hirzel

Works by Southwest Michigan Printmakers in Overbrook Gallery March 19-April 20

“Exquisite Corpse Project: Head-to Toe & In-between,” featuring artwork by 24 members of the Southwest Michigan Printmakers (SWMP), opens March 19 in Muskegon Community College’s Overbrook Gallery and will be on display through April 20. Free and open to the public, Overbrook Gallery hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday-Friday with special […]

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‘Casey and the Flying Fortress’ Author to Lecture in Muskegon March 19

Mark Farina, a Chicago reporter and sports announcer who wrote “Casey and the Flying Fortress,” will be in Muskegon on Monday, March 19, to speak in the morning at the USS Silversides Submarine Museum and in the evening at Muskegon Community College’s Sturrus Technology Center in conjunction with the college’s Center for Experiential Learning. Farina’s […]

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David Takitaki

David Takitaki ’05 to Receive 2018 MCC Alumni Achievement Award

Muskegon Community College will present its 2018 Alumni Achievement Award, an honor recognizing extraordinary professional achievement by one of its graduates from the past 15 years, to David Takitaki, Class of 2005, who is a political science faculty member at Ferris State University. Takitaki will be honored on Tuesday, May 8, at the Alumni Awards […]

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Dr. Pamela Smith

Dr. Pamela Smith ’72 to Receive 2018 MCC Distinguished Alumni Award

Dr. Pamela Smith, whose successful career in higher education, retail and health care management, and leading community organizations spans four decades and three states, has been selected as the 2018 Muskegon Community College 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Smith will be honored on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, at the Alumni Awards Dinner on campus and […]

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Hollie Benson

AACC to Present Inaugural National Award to MCC Instructor Hollie Benson

Muskegon Community College reading instructor Hollie Benson, who chairs MCC’s College Success Center and coordinates its College Success Seminar, will be among the first recipients of the Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty recognition presented by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). The primary advocacy organization for the nation’s community colleges, AACC represents nearly 1,200 two-year, […]

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Experiential Learning Series Looks at Iconic Women in U.S. History

The Center for Experiential Learning at Muskegon Community College is presenting a three-part lecture series on the “Iconic Women of U.S. History” beginning on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m. in the Sturrus Technology Center, 388 W. Clay Street, Muskegon. Free and open to the public, the talk kickoffs Women’s History Month celebration throughout March […]

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Punishing Disease: HIV and the criminalization of sickness book poster

MCC Lecture Series Looks at the Criminalization of Sickness March 15

The MCC Lecture Series continues with Dr. Trevor Hoppe discussing “Punishing Disease: HIV and the criminalization of sickness” on Thursday, March 15, in Stevenson Center Room 1100. The talk begins at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Hoppe, an assistant professor of sociology at SUNY Albany, has been crisscrossing the nation […]

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