The Arizona Republic covers the “Concert of Sacred Music” at the MCC PAC. 32 biggest, best upcoming events in Phoenix.pdf 'Duke Ellington's Sacred Concert' marks 50th anniversary of a cultural milestone.pdf
Up Close Publications and My News Mesa report that two MCC students were named 2016 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholars. Up Close Publications: MCC Students Awarded Scholarships.pdf and My News Mesa
The Tucson Sentinel reports that Pima Community College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the NJCAA Region I Championships on Saturday at the Glen Lakes Golf Course in Glendale. The men’s team took fourth place with a team score of 92 points. Central Arizona College took first place with 22 points, Mesa Community College was second place with 72 and Glendale Community College placed third with 85 points. 3 runners earn All-Region honors for Pima at Region I championships.pdf
PR Web reports that the nation’s Best Construction Management Degree Programs have been ranked by leading online higher education resource site Community for Accredited Online Schools (AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org). MCC is included in the list. AccreditedSchoolsOnline.pdf
Video Based Tutorials reports that “We are very impressed with the Nimble technology and see it as one of the leading platforms for the future,” said Sasan Poureetezadi, CIO for Mesa Community College. Nuvocomp Becomes Nimble Storage Authorized Solutions Provider.pdf
KYMA and My News Mesa report that National Live's thrilling broadcast of Frankenstein is coming to MCC. Frankenstein - National Theatre Live Screen _ Mesa Community College - MCC Theatre _ Mesa Events at kyma.pdf and My News Mesa
The College of St. Scholastica is expanding its B.A. in social work program and will now offer a spring cohort at Mesa Community College. Classes will be on Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting Jan. 17, as reported by the Mesa Independent. College of St.pdf More news on St. Scholastica at Catholic Sun.
My News Mesa reports that on Friday, Oct. 21, Mesa Community College at Red Mountain hosted a STEAM Conference for 200 Mesa Public School seventh- and eighth-graders to present information about science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) fields and career possibilities. The keynote speaker is Pamela McCauley, Ph.D., C.P.E., an ergonomics and biomechanics expert, popular author and an award-winning professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at the...
The Fountain Hills Times reports Fountain Hills resident William Kenny and Tempe resident Stephen Kessen have made a movie, "How Can I Help?" Kenny attended MCC. Film project is debut for Fountain Hills Man - fhtimes.pdf
Cronkite News, AZ PBS, report on Native American Education includes interview with Julianne Keams, a Navajo student at MCC and Quimbie Gonnie, Miss Native MCC, who is studying construction management. Report at minute 10:48.