Muskegon Community College News

Engaging Sustainability Expert Speaks at MCC on Feb. 15

Both funny and enlightening, Dr. Guy McPherson offers his expert insights into the serious issues surrounding sustainability during a free lecture on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. on the Muskegon Community College campus.  “He’s a wealth of knowledge on many key environmental topics, from global warming to peak oil, and he’s an excellent instructor,” […]

Read More about Engaging Sustainability Expert Speaks at MCC on Feb. 15
Muskegon Community College News

Overbrook Art Gallery Celebrates Work of International Artist

There will be an exhibition of artwork by painter and teacher Mohamad Bazzi from Monday, January 23, 2012 (note: this start date was moved from Jan. 16th) through February 24, 2012. Bazzi will be present on campus for an artist’s reception on February 13th (rescheduled) from 6:30 to 8:30pm, with an artist’s talk at 7pm. It […]

Read More about Overbrook Art Gallery Celebrates Work of International Artist

College Bootcamp Starts Feb. 7

Looking to retrain, start a new degree program, or finally complete that degree you started long ago? College Bootcamp is a FREE 6-week seminar for adult students who want to get back in the classroom. Learn study skills, get a career assessment and gain confidence with this unique program starting Feb. 7. Register today!

Read More about College Bootcamp Starts Feb. 7
Muskegon Community College News

MCC Seeking Nominees for Distinguished Alumni Award

Muskegon Community College Alumni Relations is seeking nominations of deserving alumni for its annual Distinguished Alumni Award. The nominations must be received either by fax or online by Friday, February 17, 2012. To nominate someone for the Distinguished Alumni Award, go to www.muskegoncc.edu/DAA to access a print or online nomination form. A tradition for many […]

Read More about MCC Seeking Nominees for Distinguished Alumni Award

New Social Media Class Offered

Students who take the area’s first-ever, college-level Social Media class beginning Jan. 9 will learn marketable skills desired by a majority of today’s employers, said Instructor Maria Andersen. “This is a course not only designed to help you understand the issues around social media but to establish yourself as someone who can use social media well.”

Read More about New Social Media Class Offered

Promote Science and Be a Star!

“Our beloved planetarium has been serving the community well for nearly 40 years, but it’s beginning to show its age and the facility is in dire need of renovation,” explained MCC President Dale K. Nesbary. “Spare parts for its aging equipment are no longer available, while technological advances are rendering some of the shows obsolete. We want to make sure this valuable community resource remains available, so last year our Foundation launched the ‘Reach for the Stars’ campaign.”

Read More about Promote Science and Be a Star!
Muskegon Community College News

Kassa named Director of Institutional Research and Grants

Adane Gebeyaw Kassa, Ed.D, project coordinator at the City Colleges of Chicago, has been named director of institutional research and grants at Muskegon Community College effective Dec. 12. He will oversee the college’s institutional research program, including its data collection, data analysis and data mining, as well as developing and facilitating its grant writing projects. […]

Read More about Kassa named Director of Institutional Research and Grants