Thank you Jacob Miranda for your participation with the In-School Youth Program this summer! The In-School Youth Program is coordinated by Christine Harvie and is held through the Lower Bucks Campus/Advanced Manufacturing Training Center. The program offers summer internships for local high school students. Approximately 5 students were selected from Morrisville High School (MHS) to work two days per week for four weeks. Jacob joined the library and did a wonderful job! He proved to be a real asset to the library and the staff enjoyed working with him. Thank you Jacob!
The Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County named Bucks County Community College its Member of the Year! The award recognizes the college for its “work in the education, promotion and support of the arts in Bucks County.” Acknowledgement and gratitude go out to Director of Library Services Linda McCann, Director of Community Programming & College Events Pete Chiovarou, and Executive Director of Lower Bucks Campus Jim Sell for their work on the Arts & Cultural Council’s Board of Directors. Thank you for promoting the arts in our community!
Learn more about the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County.
Does success make us happy or is it the other way around?
Join the Book Club for a discussion of The Happiness Advantage: Seven Principles of Positive Psychology that Fuel Success and Performance at Work, by Shawn Achor.
October 20, 2016 at 12:30pm in the Library, Newtown Campus.
Discussion led by Tina Permar, Health and Fitness Coordinator. Sponsored by Bucks Wellness and the Library.
This is a free event! Everyone is welcome! Join us!
Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Mary Ellen Bornak and thank you for your many years of service! Professor Emerita Bornak joined Bucks County Community College as an Instructional Designer after a distinguished career in journalism. Among her many contributions to the college, she has also taught Integration of Knowledge courses. Her passion has provided much inspiration to all those her around!
Join us for the second Writers Reading event in the Library’s Learning Studio (L220), Tuesday, June 28 at 3:00. Our first “open mic” was such a success that attendees immediately started asking for another. You can volunteer to read any kind of original writing: poetry, fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature, or anything as long as it is your own creation, in front of a supportive and appreciative audience. You may also attend just to listen to your colleagues share their work. There will be refreshments.J
If you usually spend your summers off-campus, this is worth coming back for! The feedback from the first event was overwhelmingly positive: “This is a GREAT thing!”
If you would like to read, please limit your offering to five minutes and send a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you then!
Congratulations Jackie Burger, Stephen Cocca and Tom McKeown! Strategic Initiative Award “Bring Your Own Device”