Voting is open from 5 p.m. on Monday, May 3 to 8 a.m. on Friday, May 7, and any member of the MCLA community (student, faculty, staff, alumni, or general community member) is eligible to vote once during that time.
The event aims to engage high school students, mainly in grades 10-12, in career awareness and exploration through a blend of live Zoom sessions with local professionals and scheduled broadcasts on Pittsfield Community Television.
Barbara Emanuel, director of DGCE programs, will provide an overview of MCLA's Master of Business Administration, Master of Education including teacher licensure programs, bachelor's degree completion, and certificates in accounting and cyber security.
This information session will offer details about the College's Master of Business Administration (MBA), Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, Master of Education program, teacher licensure programs, administrative licensure, Leadership Academy, and bachelor's degree completion programs.
Dr. DeSombre's recent projects have involved the impact of flag-of-convenience shipping, the regulation of international fisheries, protection of the ozone layer, and global environmental institutions generally.
The 121st Commencement, which recognizes the Class of 2020, will take place at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 16. The 122nd Commencement, which will celebrate the Class of 2021, will take place at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 15.
Moderated by MCLA Director of Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships Dr. Joshua Mendel, this series features local business leaders, MBA program alumni, and faculty from MCLA's Business Department.
Seacat's major program of research explores the interplay of negative social stereotypes, stigmatization and personal health behaviors. As a social-health psychologist, he primarily seeks to understand how social interactions may impact the health behaviors and outcomes of stigmatized individuals.
Community members seeking to advance their educational credentials by attaining a bachelor's degree, master's degree, or educator license to become a teacher, principal, or superintendent are encouraged to attend.
Despite MCLA's swift pivot to offering much of our instruction remotely throughout the pandemic, many members of our workforce, especially those involved in direct student contact, continue to work on campus and face exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace.
Students in this program acquire the tools to be effective educators and advocates through the study of social theories, biological basis of disease and the analysis and implementation of policies and communications strategies that influence the health status of individuals, communities, states and the nation.