At the January 19 Metropolitan Community College Board of Trustees meeting, Board President Trent Skaggs announced both the search firm and the members of the Chancellor Advisory Screening Committee to fill the impending chancellor vacancy position. President Skaggs detailed the charge of the advisory committee to recommend three finalists to the Board of Trustees […]
Chancellor Mark James conducted a Town Hall meeting last week in the Mel Aytes Education Center at MCC-Longview. Questions were posed about budgets, ZBB, retirement and other topics. Mark your calendar for the upcoming 2013 Town Hall meetings with Chancellor James. All meetings are scheduled to begin at 1:30 pm: February 26 MCC-Maple Woods March […]
To access the In-Service Powerpoint presentation given by Chancellor James on Tuesday, Log on to the InfoExchange, select the Key Info tab, then scroll down to Professional Development. Click on the fifth tab, In-Service 2012 – State of the College Address – Mark James. Please note, the presentation takes a few minutes to download.
Chancellor James conducted a Town Hall meeting today from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. in the Mel Aytes Education Center at MCC-Longview. Open-floor discussions ranged from budgets to community college trends.
The week of Apr. 16, 2012, has been declared “Student Worker Appreciation Week” to show campus wide appreciation and to recognize the hard work and contributions that student workers make to MCC-Blue River. Dr. Banks will present small tokens of appreciation to all student workers throughout the week, and supervisors and staff coworkers of student workers […]
Earning a bachelor’s degree is now more convenient for Kansas City area residents interested in nursing or veterinary science, thanks to two transfer agreements finalized today by officials from the University of Missouri and MCC. The agreements, signed this morning during a ceremony held at MCC’s Administrative Center, allow students who have earned an associate’s […]
Today is a day to reflect for a moment on the greatness of our country and the freedom we enjoy. It is a day to recognize that our freedom did not come without the service and sacrifice of our military veterans and their families. On behalf of MCC to all our students and employees who have served, […]
MCC celebrated the official launch of the college’s six new Public Computer Centers (PCCs) Tuesday with a grand opening reception at MCC-Penn Valley. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and dozens of community leaders attended the reception, held in the campus’s Public Computer Center on the first floor of the Humanities building. Gov. Nixon and MCC Chancellor Mark James delivered remarks and guests […]
At the newly restructured Chancellor’s Cabinet on Monday, Mark James asked the cabinet to review the Chronicle of Higher Education’s results in the recent Great Colleges to Work For survey. Survey respondents gave MCC strong marks in areas such as compensation, benefits and facilities. However, respondents of the survey were less than pleased in areas […]
With an eye toward stronger communication and collaboration, Chancellor Mark James this week sat down with the newly restructured Chancellor’s Cabinet. The new cabinet, which James says will be better geared toward tackling some of the tough issues facing MCC, includes the chancellor, vice chancellors, campus presidents, staff association president and president-elect, faculty senate president […]