Giving 2 0 1 2 A N N U A L R E P O RT 2 0 1 2 A N N U A L R E P O RT ince it was founded in 1970, Middlesex Community College has focused on the future of education. Today, it is one of the largest community colleges in Massachusetts, with a 200-acre campus in Bedford and a vibrant campus in the heart of downtown Lowell. The Middlesex Community College Foundation was created to ensure that MCC maintains its position as a recognized educational leader, as well as an innovative community partner, a provider of creative international initiatives, and an agent for regional economic growth and workforce development. The work of the MCC Foundation would not be possible without the help of committed individuals, dedicated community partners and forward-thinking corporations who believe in the college and its mission. We welcome your participation in helping to strengthen the Middlesex college community. S - James W. Henderson, Chairman MCC Foundation Board 2012 MCC Foundation Board James W. Henderson Chairman Robert A. Barton David Basile Edward M. Cawley John P. Chemaly John Cogliano Leo Creegan Samir A. Desai James M. Geary, Jr. David C. Grieb Eric (Rick) W. Hanson Terrence J. McCarthy Thomas F. McKay James H. Mullen, Jr. Duane E. Taylor James F. Linnehan, Jr. Executive Vice President and MCC Foundation Executive Director Annual Fund 2012 The MCC Annual Fund provides direct financial support to college programs and services that broaden educational opportunities and experiences for students. MCC faculty and staff are invited annually to submit proposals for grants to fund projects, activities or equipment not funded through the regular college budget process. The 2012 grant allocations are listed below. 2012 Annual Fund Grant Awards Permanent Art Collection - $3,300 International Film Series - $4,980 First-Year Student Engagement Series - $5,000 Diversity Summit for Students - $5,000 Development Dialogues in India - $5,000 The National Society of Leadership & Success Pilot - $2,800 Textbooks Unbound - $5,000 Dental Hygiene Alumni Networking Event - $5,000 Funding for Faculty & Staff Development - $5,000 Student Emergency Funding - $2,500 Proļ¬les [ 29 ]