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Moreno Valley College
|2012 News Archives|
|November 2012||MVC's SAS Building Update|
|October 2012||Dr. Chris Nolette awarded with 2012 Leadership Award|
|October 2012||MORENO VALLEY: Student who overcame obstacles now helps others|
|June 2012|| Overcoming Challenges: One Student's Road to Success
|May 2012||MORENO VALLEY: Dental program anticipates serving 1,000|
|May 2012||Business Professor to give RCCD's 2012 Distinguished Faculty Lecture (Jose Duran)|
|April 2012||College students find commercial success (Game Art)|
|April 2012||EDUCATION: Mobile STEM lab envisioned|
|2010 News Archives|
|December 2010||"Moreno Valley College reaps fruits of accreditation, bond money"|
|October 2010||MVC on the News: Jonell Guzman, "More than a Supervisor, a Friend!"|
|September 2010||Moreno Valley College student wins national oratorical award|
|July 2010||Brandman University and Moreno Valley College have partnered through a Virtual Transfer Program to help guide students in achieving their educational goals|
|May 2010||MVC Student, Richard Wickham, Wins First Place at College
Oratorical Contest. Read
Moreno Valley College student Richard Wickham, 20, won 1st place and a $1,000 prize at the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) College Oratorical contest on May 8. His speech-which detailed the damaging effects of alcohol and discussed treatment solutions-bested those of speakers from Fullerton, Cerritos, El Camino, Barstow, and Glendale Community Colleges. He will represent Moreno Valley College at the WCTU National Convention in Rhode Island in August.
"Richard is a bright and talented young man, who has an even brighter future," said his coach, Associate Professor of Speech Communication Diane Conrad.
Wickham, a college sophomore, was home schooled until enrolling at Moreno Valley. He maintains a 3.85 GPA and credits this home life as one of six siblings for his work ethic, study skills, and the catalyst that prepared him for college. Criticisms that home schooling doesn't provide the social exposure young people need to succeed rings false to him.
"It isn't exposure that makes you good at something, it is the faith you have that enables you to rise to the challenge," Wickham said, a self-taught musician who has recorded instrumental pieces with his brothers and sisters.
Wickham has been chosen as student speaker for the Moreno Valley College commencement, which is scheduled for June 10. He will transfer to California Baptist University in the fall.
|May 2010||MVC Student, Denise Vega, earns the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Scholarship valued at $30,000 a year. Read
From the Dean of Student Services Office:
Denis Vega is the proud recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship* valued at $30,000 a year. He is currently attending both the Riverside and Moreno Valley Colleges. He has been accepted to UCR for the Fall of 2010. He currently holds a CGPA of a 3.707, majoring in Biology/Neuroscience with a minor in Psychology.
He has career plans to earn a Medical degree and a short term goal of a Masters in Public Health. He is also a first generation college student and has received awards and honors from:
Each award is intended to cover a significant share of the student's educational expenses - including tuition, living expenses, books and required fees - for the final two to three years necessary to achieve a bachelor's degree. Awards vary by individual, based on the cost of tuition as well as other grants or scholarships he or she may receive. To be eligible for the program, students must be nominated by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Faculty Representative at their two-year institution. Students cannot apply directly to the Foundation. Each two-year college may nominate up to two students each year to be considered for the scholarship.
|March 2010||Moreno Valley College Earns College Accreditation|
|2009 News Archives|
|Fall 2009||Welcome Day & BBQ - Fall 2009 (Slideshow)|
|Fall 2009||MVC Community Report|
|March 2009||RCC Moreno Valley College and Cal State San Bernardino sign dual admissions agreement|
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Communications & Web Development
Dental Hygiene Program
- RCC Focus - information of interest to the college community - anything from a scheduled training session or the publication of a technical paper to the anniversary of a faculty or staff member.
- RCCD District Day - Part 1 video
- RCCD District Day - Part 2 video
- Millis Workshop: Using Groups & Academic Games for Learning Assessment video
- Millis Workshop: Using Groups Wisely & Well video
- Millis Workshop: Using Cooperative Learning to Foster Deep Learning video
- Academic Senate Forum video
- Program Review Training video
(Videos are only available on-campus)
- "Medical Emergencies in the Office and Classroom" Presentation
- "Medical Emergencies in the Office and Classroom" Presentationpowerpoint
- February 2011 District Day
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- Comprehensive Master Plan
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