Now Presenting, Now in Print - Spring 2011

Dean Pamela Flaherty presented Emergency Management Preparation: A Collaborative Approach through a Student Affairs Lens at the 2010 National Conference on Student Development (NCSD) National Conference held in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Professor of Dental Hygiene Leah MacPherson presented at two conferences. She traveled to Glasgow, Scotland to present Contemporary Options in Scaling at the International Federation for Dental Hygienists. She also presented at the Annual Conference for the Massachusetts Dental Hygiene Association on Concepts in Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy.

Professor of Criminal Justice Peyton Paxson recently published a new title in his Media Literacy textbook series. Mass Communications and Media Studies: An Introduction serves as a primary text for media studies courses at two-year colleges. Its focus is a broad survey of the mass media industry and the role it plays in society, which distinguishes it from books that focus solely on communications theory. Professor Paxsonis the author of a series of nine supplemental texts for high school and middle schools called Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About.

Psychology Professor Donna Duffy wrote an article with Edward Zlotkowski on Community-Based Learning that was published in Fall 2010 Two decades of community-based learning (pages 33–43)

Economics Professor Rob Kaulfuss, had his blog, listed as one of the Top 49 Economics Blogs with Visual Aids by Online MBA for his blog posts covering the Gulf Oil disaster.

Professor David Kalivas, from the Social Science and Human Services department has published "Science, Religion, and the Human Experience" in Daily Life through History.

Professor Jean Trounstine from the Humanities department has a chapter in a new book called Performing New Lives - Prison Theatre, Performing New Lives draws together some of the most original and innovative programs in contemporary prison theatre. Professor Trounstine's chapter is # 14. Revisiting Sacred Spaces.

Professor Deborah Walsh, Chairperson of the Legal Studies Department, presented at the MCLE (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education) Conference Center in Boston a session on Avoiding the Unauthorized Practice of Law with 2 attorneys from the Board of Bar Overseers.

Professor Susan Dill, a member of the music faculty, was vocal director for the production of Song on the Wind in Concord, Massachusetts. The production, was one of several events celebrating the town's 375th anniversary. Professor Dill also sang the role of Squaw Sachem, widow of Nanepashemet, Chief of the Massachusetts tribe.

MCC music student David Jubinsky played Simon Willard, who was a trader and one of the co-founders of Concord. MCC alumnae are also featured. Cory Lane Anderson is the choreographer, and Havilah Gray is a dancer and member of the ensemble.

Associate Dean for K-16 Partnerships Kim Burns wrote about community college student success variables in a review of the literature which was published in the fall 2010 volume of The Community College Enterprise.

The most recent issue of AACU’s publication, Diversity & Democracy is now available online and features an article co-authored by Assistant Dean of Assessment Elise Martin, Associate Dean for K-16 Partnerships Kim Burns, and Director, Lead Dev and SA Rebecca Newell. You can access the web version of the article at

Lori Weir, Coordinator of the Information Technology Program presented at the Massachusetts Colleges Online (MCO) 7th Annual Conference, June 2010.

Lori Weir and Jeanne Canale, Information Technology Department presented at EdTech Day 2011 at Bridgewater State College on January 13 2011.

Johanna Segarich of MCC’s Music Dept. Outreach Program presented a lecture/performance on Cambodian music for students and faculty of Middlesex Academy Charter School on Jan. 6 at 2:30pm in the Federal Building Assembly Room

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