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Dr. Charlene Mickens Dukes Appointed Interim President of Montgomery College as Dr. Pollard Departs

The Montgomery College Board of Trustees appointed Dr. Charlene Mickens Dukes interim president of Montgomery College, effective August 7, 2021.…

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MC, Montgomery County, and University System of Maryland Create Landmark Partnership for Science Education and Innovation

MC, Montgomery County, and University System of Maryland Create Landmark Partnership for Science Education and Innovation

As the country emerges from the pandemic, advancements in the biotech industry are creating a need for more workers. To…

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MC Student Teams Win Multiple Awards at NASA Competition

Editor’s note:This story is part of our MC faculty and staff series in which professors and/or staff members discuss relevant…

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Montgomery College Students’ Creativity Helps Drive Summer Enrollment

Montgomery College professors want to give their students a relevant and rewarding educational experience. Moreover, they like to incorporate real-world…

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