Montgomery College Professor Azadeh Aalai talked with The Atlantic about how social media comparison leads to anxiety. Read how Twitter fuels anxiety here.
Montgomery College Adjunct Professor Philip Bonner penned an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun. Professor Bonner's piece, titled "We must restore integrity to our election process," can be read here.
Dr. Greg Malveaux, study abroad coordinator, was quoted in the Washington Post in an article about studying overseas. Dr. Malveaux is the author of Look Before Leaping: Risks, Liabilities, and Repair of Study Abroad in Higher Education. You can read the article here.
Patrick Feehan, Montgomery College's director of information security and privacy and Joe Roundy, cybersecurity manager were featured in a report about the increase in ransomware attacks. Click here to read the full story.
Reporter Kylie Khan of WDVM TV was on the Rockville Campus as College and government leaders broke ground for the new student services building. You can see the story, including an interview with Montgomery College President, Dr. DeRionne P. Pollard,…
In an EDSurge article titled 38 Community Colleges Share What It Takes to Launch an OER Degree Program, Michael Mills, vice president of e-learning, innovation and teaching excellence, talks about Montgomery College’s OER degree program. To read the article, click…
In the Washington Post, Montgomery College President, Dr. DeRionne P. Pollard, writes about how community colleges are transforming lives and communities. You can read the piece here.
Raptor Patrick Smith was named the MDJUCO player of the year for 2017. WHAG-TV recently profiled this outstanding athlete, talented performer and Navy Veteran. You can see the full story here.
Eight MC students were winners of the outstanding presentation and paper in their panels at the Beacon Honors Conference; their work was highlighted in a story on WHAG-TV; Professor Effie Siegel was quoted. Congratulations!
WJLA education reporter, Kellye Lynn, stopped by campus to talk with some of the computer science and engineering students who won the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) virtual Swarmathon competition April 20. They beat 14 other college teams, including…