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Practical Nursing Class of 2014 Practical Nursing Class of 2014 Recognized During Traditional Pinning Ceremony December 18, 2014 - Friends, relatives and members of the college community gathered December 17 to welcome 35 Practical Nursing graduates into the nursing profession during a traditional pinning ceremony.Each graduate, dressed in a traditional nurse uniform, was welcomed into the profession by having a nursing pin fastened to her or his lapel by a fellow nurse – a family member, […]
Diversity Competition 2014 President’s Commitment to Diversity Scholastic Competition Winners Announced December 18, 2014 - MWCC students Gemini Walter, Shannen Pimental and Tonia Ciesluka are the winners of the third annual President’s Commitment to Diversity Scholastic Competition. Each will receive a free, three-credit academic course for use during the spring or summer 2015 semesters. Walter, a Human Services major, was selected for an essay focusing on interracial relationships and reflecting on […]
President's Community Service Honor Roll logo 2014 MWCC Named to President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll December 15, 2014 - Mount Wachusett Community College has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, with distinction, for exemplary community service programs that enhance the visibility of effective practices in campus-community partnerships. The Honor Roll’s Presidential Award is the highest federal recognition an institution can receive for its commitment to community, service learning, […]
Ben Mikles mural Student Artists Share Techniques During Lecture Series December 9, 2014 - The Art Student Lecture Series, sponsored by MWCC’s Art Department, continued this fall with presentations on creating large-scale murals and marketing oneself as an artist. “Like it or not, you’re in the sales business,” explained art major and self-starter Isabella Bourque, who presented “How to Market Yourself as An Artist” in December. “This is the presentation I wish I […]
MWCC student Susan Shute displays a brochure of pictures she took at North Pack Monadnock, her personal "Walden." Shute was one of several students who showcased Thoreau-inspired projects as part of "East Meets West in a Cabin in Concord." MWCC Students Showcase Contributions to Humanities Project December 8, 2014 - Wrapping up a successful first semester of “East Meets West in a Cabin in Concord,” students showcased Thoreau-themed projects during a Dec. 4 exhibit. Funded through a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the MWCC Humanities Project’s first-year theme is encouraging students to consider the lasting relevance and modern application of Thoreau’s […]