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Sandra Garcia named MCC chief legal officer

Sandra Garcia has been named Metropolitan Community College chief legal officer. She will start her new position on Nov. 13. Garcia is coming to MCC from Houston Community College, where she served as an executive in the role of assistant general counsel. Houston Community College, the nation’s fourth-largest community college system, serves more than 75,000 …

Dr. Beatty to employees at in-service: I want you to dream again

At MCC’s annual employee in-service Oct. 17, Chancellor Kimberly Beatty discussed areas of opportunity for the College and announced some new initiatives. Employees also recognized colleagues for their years of service to MCC, heard from motivational speaker James Nowlin about living a life of purpose, and attended breakout sessions presented by colleagues on a variety …

Photo gallery: Expresso Yourself campus meetings with Chancellor Beatty

MCC Chancellor Kimberly Beatty has wrapped up her Engagement Tour with meetings at all five campuses and the MCC District Office. Employees and students were invited to the events, which Dr. Beatty plans to continue in the years to come. The campus meetings, themed “Expresso Yourself,” started at MCC-Business & Technology on Sept. 11 and …

MCC composition class will now count as a required English class at MU

There’s good news for Missouri community college students planning to transfer to the University of Missouri in Columbia: Composition 1 classes will now count as a required MU English credit instead of an elective. Metropolitan Community College requires two English courses for the associate in arts degree, a popular option for transfer students: English 101 …

MCC faculty summit focuses on high-impact practices

“MCC is a jewel, and we will work together to help us shine even brighter,” Chancellor Kimberly Beatty told faculty attending the Teaching and Learning Faculty Summit Sept. 29 at MCC-Business & Technology. The summit was a professional development activity offered to MCC faculty by the Title III Institutional FOCUS grant, to support faculty redesign …

MCC-Longview mocktail hour is a stop on Chancellor Engagement Tour

A “mocktail hour” Sept. 18 at MCC-Longview was another chance for Chancellor Kimberly Beatty to meet students as part of her Engagement Tour.  At the noon-hour event, guests could sample fruity, alcohol-free concoctions with names like “Woo Woo.” They could also peruse a display on the effects of alcohol. That included a collection of real-looking …

Missouri Innovation Campus, called a national model, celebrates grand opening

Hundreds gathered, including Missouri’s governor, to celebrate the opening of a collaborative educational facility that aims to help solve the country’s workforce problems by providing strong technical programming for students starting in high school. The Sept. 5 grand opening of the Missouri Innovation Campus in Lee’s Summit resonated with thank-yous for great community partnerships. The …

Photo gallery: Meeting the chancellor at MCC-Maple Woods breakfast

MCC Chancellor Kimberly Beatty was on hand Sept. 5 at MCC-Maple Woods for a free grab-and-go breakfast. Students and employees were treated to bagels, pastries, fruit and juice. The paper sacks holding the bagels included a message urging students to visit their instructors during office hours. Outside-of-class interaction with faculty is the week’s theme, part …

Photo gallery: Breakfast With the Bigwigs at MCC-Penn Valley

MCC-Penn Valley invited students to a “Breakfast With the Bigwigs,” but they had to do a little work for their doughnuts and fruit. Students were given “stamp cards,” with instructions to seek out at least three College employees, find out a little about them, and ask them to autograph the card. Several Penn Valley employees …