Media Coverage

Former MCC student and Army veteran found hope and a new life through archaeology

Published Thursday, May 24, 2018

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

Mesa Community College looks to bring in new developments, biotech center

Published Tuesday, May 15, 2018

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).

Textbook Alternatives Take Hold at Community Colleges

Published Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Inside Higher Ed reports on textbook alternatives, including Mesa Community College's plans to incorporate more open-access materials and their ongoing efforts to develop a z-degree program, in which students pay nothing for textbooks in all of the required courses.  Textbook Alternatives Take Hold at Community Colleges.pdf

Mesa Community College Recognizes Accomplishments of Graduates

Published Tuesday, May 8, 2018

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

MCC dedicates art library in retired professor’s name

Published Sunday, May 6, 2018

The East Valley Tribune reports on Mesa Community College dedicating the Dr. Carole Drachler Library of Art History in the art gallery on MCC’s Southern and Dobson campus. The Week In Review May 6 - May 12 - 2018 _ Briefs _ eastvalleytribune.com_.pdf

MCC faculty shares passion for yoga and teaching

Published Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Voyage Phoenix had a conversation with MCC faculty Susan Jarvie about her passion for yoga and why she became a teacher.

Mesa Community College: Everyone Can Code Project

Published Monday, April 30, 2018 reported on Mesa Community College becoming one of the first colleges, among six in the nation, selected by Apple to launch the iOS app development project and the first to offer associated courses for academic credit. Mesa Community College_ Everyone Can Code Project _ The League for Innovation in the Community College.pdf

MCC faculty Steve Skroch on Wrench Nation

Published Sunday, April 29, 2018

MCC faculty Bryce Bond and Steve Skroch joined Wrench Nation host Frank Leutz to discuss the automotive program at Mesa Community College and mechanic technology. His interview starts at 15:50. #105 The Shade Tree VS Automotive Mechanic. - Wrench Nation.pdf

MCC faculty named Professor of the Year

Published Thursday, April 26, 2018

East Valley Tribune reports on Mesa Community College faculty Madeline Chowdhury being named Professor of the Year by the Mesa Chamber of Commerce. Mesa Chamber recognizes businesses, people for their work _ East Valley Local News _ eastvalleytribune.com_.pdf

MCC faculty to speak during philosophical radio talk

Published Wednesday, April 25, 2018

WNPR reports on MCC faculty, David Yount, to speak to others about the mysetries and questions revolving around Heaven. Heaven_ Our Evolving Hopes For The Hereafter _ Connecticut Public Radio.pdf