expand the training capacity of the rapidly growing IT Cybersecurity
Program. The grant is part of $9.3 million in workforce-skills equipment
grants, which seek to align education, workforce and economic-
development strategies across the state. Shown here celebrating the
award at the State House (left to right): Susan Anderson, Dean of
Resource Development; Gov. Charlie Baker; Don Brady, Associate Dean of
Health & STEM; Philip Sisson, Provost and Vice President of Academic &
Student Affairs; and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito.
Challenges in Lowell," at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center.
advocacy, and the role of residents (citizens and non-citizens) in shaping urban
development in Lowell.
Professor of History, UMass Lowell; Bopha Malone, Cambodian Mutual
Assistance Association, Enterprise Bank, member of MCC Board of Trustees;
and Julia Gavin, Director of Programming for Lowell's Coalition for a Better
Acre. MCC's David Kalivas, Professor of History and Commonwealth Honors
Program Director, moderated.
partnership with the Association of American Colleges & Universities, and
The Democracy Commitment, the forum was co-sponsored by Lowell National
Historical Park, Coalition for a Better Acre, and the Cambodian Mutual
degree program is the 14th best online criminal justice program nationwide
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looking to complete a degree online, or complete a degree with a combination
of in-class and online courses," said Lynda J. Pintrich, Criminal Justice
Chairwoman. "It is a rigorous program, taught predominantly by full-time
Criminal Justice faculty, who take a great deal of pride in their work, both
online and in the classroom."
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