Life @ MxCC



Middlesex Community College is located in Middletown, CT. MxCC offers more than 50 degree or certificate programs at the main 38-acre campus in Middletown, the downtown Meriden Center, & online. mxcc.edu

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Happy Friday! It is another beautiful day at Middlesex Community College!

Learn how to secure free college courses with the Go Back to Get Ahead by attending the Go Back to Get Ahead Open Registration event on Wednesday, July 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Middlesex Community College’s Jean Burr Smith Library. Learn more.

The 3rd Annual Middletown Music Festival is on Sunday, August 10, from 12-8 p.m. at MxCC! $10 donation.

The 3rd Annual Middletown Music Festival is on Sunday, August 10, from 12-8 p.m. at MxCC! $10 donation.

Founders Hall might look a little different from the last time you saw it! Construction is underway for the new Founders Hall Pavilion and now work is being done on the inside. This 3,413-square-foot expansion includes a larger cafeteria and an attached, covered, outdoor deck that will overlook campus. Construction should be completed this fall. 

This summer, MxCC is giving out two free tickets to Shakespeare in the Grove to the first 30 alumni who register with the Middlesex Alumni Association. If you have never registered before, you are eligible. Hurry–register today! Limited number of tickets are available. Register.

Congratulations to Hollie Kinney ’14, recent graduate, who is now interning at WFSB Channel 3! She is one of only 5 interns that were picked out of 200+ applicants and she’s the only applicant from MxCC given the chance to intern at WFSB this summer. Good luck! Read more: mxcc.edu/cnmblog

There has never been a better time to go back to college! For a limited time, eligible CT residents can get up to 3 free courses at any of the 17 Connecticut State Colleges & Universities, including MxCC!

Artfarm’s Shakespeare in the Grove returns to MxCC for its 9th season, featuring the great tragedy King Lear. King Lear will be performed at 7 p.m. from July 17-20 and July 24-27. Tickets are on sale now. More info.

Stephen Krevisky, professor of mathematics, is departing on a month-long trip to Africa. He will visit South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Nigeria. Last year, he received the 2013 Educational Excellence and Distinguished Service Award, which came with a stipend to be used for professional development.
During his trip, Professor Krevisky will be doing a poster presentation, along with Dr. Timothy Craine from Central Connecticut State University, at the International Conference on Ethnomathematics in Mozambique. The poster presentation, titled “Division of Loaves and Teaching Egyptian Fractions” is on Egyptian fractions, or fractions whose numerator is 1.
He will also be join Ijey Nwachuku, professor of early childhood education, and her husband in their native Nigeria, where he will give math workshops for teachers and children.

Stephen Krevisky, professor of mathematics, is departing on a month-long trip to Africa. He will visit South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Nigeria. Last year, he received the 2013 Educational Excellence and Distinguished Service Award, which came with a stipend to be used for professional development.

During his trip, Professor Krevisky will be doing a poster presentation, along with Dr. Timothy Craine from Central Connecticut State University, at the International Conference on Ethnomathematics in Mozambique. The poster presentation, titled “Division of Loaves and Teaching Egyptian Fractions” is on Egyptian fractions, or fractions whose numerator is 1.

He will also be join Ijey Nwachuku, professor of early childhood education, and her husband in their native Nigeria, where he will give math workshops for teachers and children.

The Connecticut Broadcasters Association has selected an incoming student as one of its annual scholarship recipients. Cobi O’Connell of Essex received the award because of her proven talents and desires to pursue a career in broadcasting. She will formally enter the Broadcast-Cinema associate’s degree program in the fall. Congrats!