Media Coverage

You can celebrate 4/20 at a drag show at MCC

Published Friday, April 19, 2019

MCC student Keith Haffron (Haute Mess), a co-host of the 4/20 [2019] Drag Show hosted by the MCC Friendly Colors student organization, is featured in this Phoenix New Times article promoting the event.  Drag Show New Times.pdf

Yellow boots yard care

Published Monday, April 15, 2019

Desert Gardening Hub interviewed Jennifer Layton, owner of Yellow Boots Yard Care and student in the Landscape Horticulture Program at Mesa Community College, about gardening tips. Desert Gardening Hub_ Yellow Boots Yard Care.pdf (published March 4)

Keeping it simple: Aquaponic's potential for the overall growth of sustainable food production systems

Published Monday, April 15, 2019

Hatchery International reports that Aquaponics was a big feature at Aquaculture 2019 held in New Orleans March 7-11, 2019, with presenters highlighting the system's potential for addressing the world's food security challenges. MCC adjunct faculty Dr. George Brooks presented at the event.  Keeping it simple _ Hatchery International.pdf (published March 14, 2019)

Four Gilbert students named Sister Cities reps

Published Monday, April 15, 2019

A Gilbert Sun News article notes Michael Voss's participation in the new Gilbert Sister Cities youth ambassadors interviewing/networking clinic.  Page 23. Gilbert Sun News Sister Cities Reps.pdf

Workforce Training & Talent Acquisition

Published Wednesday, April 10, 2019

MCC is called out as the first community colleges in the country to provide a Blockchain Technology Certificate in the April edition of Business Facilities magazine.  Workforce Training & Talent Acquisition.pdf

MCC Theatre & Film Arts Students and Faculty Earn Honors at Regional Competition

Published Tuesday, April 9, 2019

AZ Ed News features the student and faculty honors earned at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region 8 Festival 51 in February.  MCC Theatre & Film Arts students and faculty earn honors at regional competition - AZEdNews.pdf

WMIA Wooden Globe winners embrace technology, training

Published Saturday, April 6, 2019

Woodworking Network reported MCC woodworking professor Mark Roberts received the WMIA Wooden Globe award, a recognition for keeping companies current with technology and working to help educate young people. WMIA Wooden Globe winners embrace technology, training _ Woodworking Network.pdf

April 2019 Edition of Maricopa Now features several MCC stories

Published Friday, April 5, 2019

Maricopa Community Colleges Television's April edition of Maricopa Now features several MCC stories: --IT Institute at minute 7:35 --Food Pantry/WeCareWednesday at 9:56 --Career Coach at 10:36 --Music Conductors at 16:57 --Arboretum Accreditation at 22:00

MCC faculty member named Chair of the Board for the Society for Photographic Education

Published Tuesday, April 2, 2019

AZEd News reports Liz Allen, a Mesa Community College adjunct faculty member, was recently named Chair of the Board for the Society for Photogrphic Eduction. AZEdNews-MCC faculty member named Chair of the Board for the Society for Photographic Education

2019 Most Admired Leaders: 25 Valley execs honored for community contributions

Published Monday, April 1, 2019

MCC alumna Deborah Bateman is featured in the April 1 Phoenix Business Journal as a 2019 Most Admired Leader.  https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2019/04/01/2019-most-admired-leaders-25-valley-execs-honored.html

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