Tag «Business & Technology»

Welcome, new MCC employees

New Employees

MCC is thrilled to add new members to our team. Please say hi if you see these new faces on your campus.     From left to right: Name                                    Title                                              Location Sarah Nyepon   …

New employees at MCC

New Employee Orientation photo

A very warm welcome to the new employees of MCC.   Ryan Hard, Library Technical Services, MCC-Penn Valley Andrew Greene, Biology Instructor, MCC-Penn Valley Samantha Satterfield, Physical Therapist Instructor, MCC-Penn Valley HSI Patrick Dryden, Sociology Instructor, MCC-Longview Floyd Fowler, Custodian, MCC-Longview Daekeun Kwon, Chemistry Instructor, MCC-Maple Woods Brandon Gillette, Philosophy Instructor, MCC-Blue River Edward Delaney, EMT/Paramedic …

MCC-BT Newsletter 1/20/15

Click here to see the entire MCC-BT Newsletter and read about our featured student of the week, see pictures from the first day of Spring 2015 classes, and learn about upcoming events.

In addition to degree, one lucky BT student wins $2k toolbox

Through a generous donation from Grainger, MCC-BT is able to raffle a huge red toolbox at the end of every semester to one lucky student earning a degree or certificate.  Alex Brettman is the winner of our Fall 2014 Grainger Toolbox Giveaway. “This toolbox is HUGE,” said Alex after getting a closeup look at his …

MCC-BT Newsletter 12/15/14

Click here to see the entire MCC-BT Newsletter. Read about Dr. Tom Wheeler’s recent published articles, growth projections for our Early College program, upcoming volunteer opportunities, and more. 

MCC-BT Newsletter 10/31/14

Door decoration contest winners, new grant received to train Community Health Workers, and upcoming on-campus events.  Read the rest of our newsletter here.

Introducing MCC-BT President, Dr. Hasan Naima

Please join us in welcoming Hasan Naima, Ph.D., the new president of MCC-Business and Technology. Naima comes to MCC from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury, North Carolina, where he served as dean of engineering and business technologies.  There, he was responsible for more than 100 full- and part-time faculty and staff in 15 programs of study. In …