gave a farewell concert as part of this spring's A
World of Music concert series. The mezzo-soprano
was joined on stage by MCC faculty members and
friends, as well as some of her voice students.
Donations for Strings for Cambodia were accepted
the Royal University of Fine Arts' dream to launch Cambodia's first
national symphony orchestra since the Khmer Rouge Genocide.
To learn more about Strings for Cambodia, or to make a donation,
Lifetime Achievement Award
Achievement Award by the American Mathematical Association for Two-Year
presented the award for outstanding contributions and dedicated service to
AMATYC during its 42nd national conference, held in New Orleans.
Approximately 1,500 mathematics professors from across the U.S. and
Canada were in attendance.
have been an active member since 1984 and have attended more than 26 annual
conferences." Mahler has served the association in a variety of capacities over the
years, including three successive two-year terms as president-elect, president, and
for the improvement of mathematics instruction in the first two years of college.
"I like the challenge of making my students successful in this endeavor. Although I
love mathematics, the professional reward is in seeing student success."
and Business at Bentley University. The summit connected female students to
careers in STEM fields through jobs, internships, mentoring and sponsorship.
Panel discussions included insights from young women in the workforce,
challenges they faced, and how they persevered and remained committed to
their STEM careers. Students also had opportunity to network with businesses
such as iRobot, PeoplesBank and Daktari Diagnostics.
Campus Safety & Violence Prevention. Through a coordinated effort, the new
statewide task force will assess existing policies and practices on campus
safety and violence prevention. Guided by research on national best practice,
it will make recommendations to help enhance public and private
higher-education institutions' efforts to properly identify, prevent and respond to
campus violence, with a special focus on campus sexual violence and emerging
titled "Faces of Bedford 2016: Transcending African-American Stereotypes,"
for Bedford Embraces Diversity. The hands-on, multi-generational workshop
included members of the community, as well as Bedford High School (BHS)
student peer leaders who are working to promote a diverse and inclusive
environment at BHS.
winning cinematographer Tommy Maddox-Upshaw. A friend of Bauer's,
Upshaw grew up in Mattapan and now lives in California. His films include
"The Perfect Match," "Straight Outta Compton" and "Iron Man 2," and
several Spike Lee projects.