U.S. Dept. of Education Awards $2.2 Million to MCLA North Adams, Mass.
MCLA has been awarded a $2.177 million Title III “Strengthening Institutions Program” grant from the United States Department of Education to increase retention and graduation rates of students from low-income families and students of color over the next five years.
New Prof Specializes in Natural Resource Economics
Originally from Zambia in southern Africa, economics professor Dr. Chali Nondo was a civil engineer who discovered his love of teaching while training others in construction. “I want students to know that I believe in their ability to succeed; and therefore, they must develop a strong will to persevere while following their dreams.” ...Read More
Students to Decorate Christmas Trees for Habitat for Humanity
Calling all creative students with the spirit of holiday giving: come make an ornament to decorate some miniature Christmas trees in the Marketplace this Thursday, Dec. 1, 12-5 p.m. The trees will be auctioned off this Saturday at the Christmas Tree Showcase during Williamstown’s annual Holiday Walk, to benefit our local Habitat for Humanity. ...Read More
MCLA Alumni Association Announces 2016 Awards
The MCLA Alumni Association held its Annual Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 15, when it recognized the achievements of past graduates. Recipients included brain tumor researcher Dr. Katherine Foster Warren ’82, attorney Buffy Duringer Lord ’98, and Benjamin Lamb ’07, who serves as president of the North Adams City Council. ...Read More