Back to Sisterhood: Women of Color Leadership Summit Thursday, April 30, 2015 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. MCC-Penn Valley EC building The Second Annual Back to Sisterhood: Women of Color Leadership Summit is designed to address issues facing young women of color in their communities, as well as leadership roles and responsibilities in high school and on […]
MCC-Maple Woods sociology instructor Jessica Halperin was recently awarded the Missouri Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. The annual award is presented to educators who demonstrate effective teaching and advising, are dedicated in their service to the college community and who nurture student success in and out of the classroom.
Update: We’re sorry to have to inform you that MCC-Longview’s Saturday Kite Festival and Sunday Family Day have been cancelled. If you would please inform your city officials, balloon release participants, volunteers and others and share through appropriate outlets, we would greatly appreciate it. Due to the weather forecast of rain, thunder and lightning for […]
After starting his coaching career as an assistant coach at Metropolitan Community College 25 years ago, Marty Kilgore has reached yet another milestone with the Monarchs: his 500th win. With Kilgore in the dugout, the MCC-Maple Woods Monarchs coasted to an easy 12-2 home win over conference rival St. Charles Community College April 11. After […]
Dr. Michael Banks, President of Metropolitan Community College-Blue River was recently honored with an Award of Appreciation for his commitment to music from the Heritage Philharmonic. Dr. Banks has a solid background in fine arts holding a Ph.D. in American Studies from St. Louis University, a Master of Fine Arts in design and technical theatre […]
Metropolitan Community College is hosting the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Coordinating Board for Higher Education’s latest strategic planning session at MCC’s Health Science Institute. The hearing focuses on the state of the health care industry. Hospital CEO’s, area medical schools as well MCC administrator Dr. Carpenter-Davis are testifying and presenting information to the board. […]
Dr. Brian Chasteen, MCC-Penn Valley counselor, received the Missouri Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching April 8, 2015 at the statewide ceremony. Dr. Chasteen’s colleagues nominated him for the award recognizing him for 16 years of service and his ongoing commitment to serving MCC-Penn Valley students. Congratulations, Dr. Chasteen!
MCC-Maple Woods presents 12th Annual Remembrance Day Concert: Remembering the Holocaust through Music and Art
The tragedy of the Holocaust still echoes through every decade, with its haunting images and stories of both the strength and mortality of millions persecuted. Each year, MCC-Maple Woods honors holocaust victims and survivors with Day of Remembrance, a concert featuring the works of interred composers. This year’s 12th Annual Day of Remembrance – Remembering […]
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Meetings continue in Kansas City to develop a new plan for higher education in Missouri How to increase the number of students earning degrees in science, technology, engineering, math and health professions will be the focus of a public hearing April 10 in Kansas City. The hearing, hosted by the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, […]
This is the story of Truman Medical Centers’ CEO, Charlie Shields. To celebrate Metropolitan Community College’s Centennial in 2015, the College will share 100 different stories showcasing the transformative impact MCC has on this community. Established in 1915, MCC has been educating students for 100 years. That means there have been a century of […]