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  • Musselman named “Science Teacher of the Year”
    Sean Musselman (MEd ’08) CC faculty member and alumnus, author, President of the NSSSA, and Science Specialist at Burlington Science Center received a prestigious award from the Mass. Assoc. of Science Teachers.
  • CC Professor Dr. Jeffrey LaCure publishes "Hormones, Hair Elastics and Helmets"
    Dr. Jeff LaCure, Psy.D, M.S.W., LICSW is a sports psychologist, clinician, psychology professor, and successful high school and collegiate coach. He is the author of several books and teaches in CC's Graduate School of Psychology & Counseling.
  • President Jackson on Channel 7’s Urban Update
    President Deborah Jackson was interviewed by Alberto Vasallo on Channel 7’s Urban Update on October 22nd.
  • Alumni celebration at new Boston campus
    Over 100 alumni joined together at the new Boston campus for a memorable reception. At the event, President Jackson presented George Mumford with the President's Distinguished Alumni Award.
  • Cambridge College featured on Centro TV
    Gilda Gely, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Cambridge College, and Claritza Abreu, Program Chair and CC Faculty Member, were interviewed by Yadires Nova-Salcedo on WBZ's Centro TV.
  • The Spring Scholarship application deadline is December 1st
    If you'd like to apply for the Cambridge College Scholarship, complete the application now.
  • Cambridge College assists with Puerto Rico relief
    Thank you to everyone at Cambridge College who donated goods to help those affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. We delivered the items to the Boston Mothers Care organization who will transport the goods to people in need in Puerto Rico.
  • An up-close look at aquatic life
    Students in the MEd General Science program look at the form and function of the squid in the Professional Seminar General Science class.

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New Horizons at Choate welcomed Mary Anne Magee (MEd ’05) as trustee at their October board meeting. She will officially begin her three-year term in January 2018. Magee, a registered nurse, graduated from Brockton Hospital School of Nursing and received her Master of Education at Cambridge College. She worked in the Winchester Public School system for 23 years, and served as a surgical nurse at Brockton Hospital, an intensive care nurse at Mount Auburn Hospital, and a wellness nurse at New Horizons. A Winchester resident since 1974, Magee is active with Winchester’s En Ka Society and Winchester Cooperative Theater for Children, and is a member of Winchester Representative Town Meeting. Magee and her husband, Justin, raised their three children, John, Patrick, and Ryan, in Winchester. PHOTO: (left to right) Incoming trustees Stephen Braese and Mary Anne Magee, New Horizons executive director Christine Coakley, and Cummings Foundation executive director Joel Swets, also a Winchester resident.
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A plaque honoring the memory of Mark Schorr was dedicated and placed in the Robert Frost Room on the third floor of the Lawrence Public Library on October 27, 2017. Schorr died Jan. 2 at the age of 72. He served as executive director of the Robert Frost Foundation from 2002 until 2014. Under his leadership, the foundation organized poetry readings throughout the year, including the Robert Frost Festival which is held at Lawrence High School. Schorr, who earned a doctorate in American literature at Harvard University, taught that subject at Cambridge College's Lawrence campus. Frost had a strong connection to this city. He graduated from Lawrence High School as co-valedictorian and his first published poem appeared in the school newspaper. “Thank you to everyone who made it to this evenings community read. We are very humbled to have dedicated the Frost room to Mark Schorr, who, like Frost has inspired many of us,” posted the Robert Frost Foundation in social media. Besides Cambridge College, he also taught at Milton Academy – where he mentored a young man named Deval Patrick, a future governor of Massachusetts. They hit it off...