Registration is open for classes at the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) IT Institute in Mesa. MCCCD IT Institute announces inaugural classes - Mesa Chamber of Commerce, AZ.pdf
Natural Awakenings publishes article by MCC biology honors student Kate Donlinger on the disappearance of bees, and what we can do to help them. Reader Bee-ware, You’re in for a Scare_ - Natural Awakenings - Phoenix Edition - June 2018 - Phoenix.pdf
KJZZ reports on MCC archaeology professor Kirk Coston's release of his newest research titled "Modeling Cross-Cultural Interaction in Ancient Borderlands." Cross Cultural Interaction In Ancient Border Lands _ KJZZ.pdf
The Mesa Chamber of Commerce published the announcement of MCC Archaeology professor Kirk Costion's book, Modeling Cross-Cultural Interaction in Ancient Borderlands, being published. Archaeology Professor Publishes Cross-Cultural Interaction Model Book - Mesa Chamber of Commerce, AZ.pdf
The June edition of Maricopa Now, a monthly Maricopa Community Colleges Television magazine show, features four Mesa Community College stories. MCC general business instructor Dan Piercy was featured along with business students Lorde Chris Cole, Jeffrey Schaper and Brooke Williams in a segment about Green Flag Mesa, a joint venture between MCC and the Mesa Chamber of Commerce meant to help student-run businesses get off the ground. This segment begins at 4:43. The Immersive Total Patient...
Mesa Chamber of Commerce reports on MCC math faculty Michelle Mazzucco on becoming the inaugural recipient of the Endowed Teaching Chair Award for residential faculty for her innovative and effective teaching practices. Mesa Community College faculty recognized and rewarded for excellence in teaching - Mesa Chamber of Commerce, AZ.pdf
ThirtyK interviewed Linda Collins, chair of the MCC Department of Business and Information Systems, about the new Blockchain certificate program offered at MCC. Blockchain Certification Could Make It Easier for Employers to Hire You _ ThirtyK.pdf
The East Valley Tribune reports on former MCC student and army veteran Ricky Nelson who is heading to the south-central Andes in Peru to study the ancient Chanka people of the region. Mesa veteran found hope and a new life through archaeology _ News _ eastvalleytribune.com_.pdf
Phoenix Business Journal interviewed Jared Langkilde about Mesa Community College seeking rezoning from the city of Mesa. 051518 Phoenix Business Journal.pdf This article was also mentioned on Geos News, a platform for geo-localized news (Geo-located NewsReader).
The Mesa Chamber of Commerce announced Mesa Community College will recognize the accomplishments of 2,588 graduates, by issuing 4,616 degrees and certificates for the 2017-18 academic year, during a commencement ceremony on the Southern and Dobson Campus. Mesa Community College Graduation - Mesa Chamber of Commerce, AZ.pdf and AZ Business Daily