Media Coverage

Suns legend Shawn Marion joins Ring of Honor with postgame ceremony

Published Saturday, December 16, 2023

Arizona Sports mentioned MCC in connection with the Phoenix Suns honoring Shawn Marion, who recalls participating in the Mesa Community College Shootout before attending UNLV, who was inducted into the Ring of Honor at Footprint Center. Suns legend Shawn Marion joins Ring of Honor.pdf

Three Valley of the Sun Communities, Then and Now

Published Friday, December 15, 2023

MCC faculty Ted Decker spoke to AZ Foothills about revitalizing three Phoenix communities Roosevelt Street, South Scottsdale, and Arcadia. Three Valley of the Sun Communities, Then and Now.pdf

Modified Arts is proud to present Antoinette Cauley’s “I Do It For The HOOD. Pt.2”

Published Thursday, December 14, 2023

Modified Arts showcased MCC alumna Antoinette Cauley and her art exhibition. I Do It For the HOOD. Pt. 2 – modified_arts_compressed.pdf

Access to Native American practices to treat mental health on rise

Published Wednesday, December 13, 2023

Tucson.com interviews former MCC student Skye Elmore regarding Native American practices for treating mental health. Access to Native American practices to treat mental health on rise.pdf

Mesa 2023 Citizens of the Year named

Published Monday, December 11, 2023

The East Valley Tribune featured MCC faculty Vic Linoff as the Mesa 2023 Citizen of the Year. The article was also featured in The Mesa Tribune and Yahoo! News. Mesa 2023 Citizens of the Year named _ _ eastvalleytribune.com_.pdf

'Querencia,' on display at the ASU Chandler Innovation Center, tells the stories of Latino residents

Published Thursday, December 7, 2023

ASU News featured MCC alumnus Ebony Koger, highlighting her work in Arizona State University's American Southwest History class. The class project is an exhibit featured at the ASU Chandler Innovation Center, where students creatively interpreted people's life stories. Students bridge past, present in Chandler history exhibit _ ASU News.pdf

Arizona Community College Preps Chip Talent With 10-Day Course

Published Wednesday, December 6, 2023

MCC faculty Gary Burley and Tonya Manning, Leah Palmer, director of the Arizona Advanced Manufacturing Institute and several Quick Start program graduates were interviewed by Taiwan Plus TV for a report about how Arizona is preparing talent for the chip industry. Arizona Community College Preps Chip Talent With 10-Day Course - TaiwanPlus.pdf

Tempe Union board picks a home-grown superintendent

Published Wednesday, December 6, 2023

The Ahwatukee Foothills News reported that former MCC faculty Dr. Marjorie Kyle's daughter, Dr. Stacia Wilson, is the newly appointed superintendent of the Tempe Union High School District. Tempe Union board picks a home-grown superintendent _ News _ ahwatukee.com_.pdf

Mesa Community College iBelong Initiative nationally recognized

Published Tuesday, December 5, 2023

The Daily Independent mentioned Alvin Bridges, MCC Associate Vice President of College Technology Services, and Patricia Herrera, MCC Instructional Technologist, accepted the prestigious Terry O’Banion Award on behalf of the college for the iBelong Initiative. Mesa Community College iBelong Initiative nationally recognized _ Daily Independent.pdf

MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE: ASSOCIATE IN ARTS, EMPHASIS IN ANTHROPOLOGY, WITH ZERO TEXTBOOK COSTS

Published Monday, December 4, 2023

MCC Chief Online Education Officer Laura Ballard, faculty Amaranth Weiss and Anthropology Program Director Annalisa Alvrus are mentioned in the League for Innovation in the Community College article about the new Associate in Arts, Emphasis in Anthropology degree. Mesa Community College_ Associate in Arts, Emphasis in Anthropology, With Zero Textbook Costs _ The League for Innovation in the Community College.pdf

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