Several JCC student athletes were recognized recently by the National Junior College Athletic Association for their academic achievements.
Students must achieve grade point average and athletic participation expectations to be recognized at regional and national levels.
JCC’s women’s soccer (3.04 grade point average) and volleyball (3.10 GPA) teams and the men’s golf team (3.35 GPA) were recognized as all-academic teams.
A groundbreaking ceremony for a new manufacturing technology facility on JCC's Cattaraugus County Campus in Olean at 1 p.m. on June 30.
The event will be held at the corner of Hamilton and N. Barry streets.
The 20,000-square foot facility, scheduled for completion by summer 2016, is intended to serve as an economic catalyst for manufacturing and industry in the region.
Several JCC faculty and staff members were awarded the 2015 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence recently.
Faculty, librarians, and professional service employees who received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award were honored with a certificate and cast bronze medallion. The awards were announced after a SUNY advisory committee reviewed nominations from faculty, students, and colleagues throughout the 64-campus system.
Several JCC staff members were recognized for their contributions and service during a recent program.
The President’s Award for Excellence was presented by JCC president Cory L. Duckworth to senior financial aid assistant Sharon Hodgdon, sustainability senior project manager Tom Meara, and human resources confidential assistant Carol Heelas. The award reflects the recipient’s self-improvement, efforts on behalf of JCC, and excellence in professional activities.
George Sisson Jr. of Jamestown has been appointed head men’s basketball coach at JCC's Jamestown Campus.
“JCC athletics staff and administration are excited to have attracted a head men’s basketball coach of Sisson’s background and reputation,” said JCC athletic director Keith Martin. “He brings more than 25 years of coaching experience to the Jayhawk program as well as the passion and drive that will attract top student-athletes.
The JCC Cattaraugus County Campus Alumni Association will showcase local food and catalog vendors during a new event, Marketplace @ The Taste.
Marketplace @ The Taste will feature vendors who produce locally grown fruits and vegetables, as well as those who make packaged jams, jellies, sauces, mixes, pies, cheeses, honey, and the like. Marketplace @ The Taste will also include local catalog vendors such as Celebrating Home and Gardenuity.
“Far and Away,” an exhibition featuring artworks by alumni who have achieved success in the field of art and design, opens July 1 in the Weeks Gallery on JCC’s Jamestown Campus.
The seven artists will display works in traditional and new media such as photography, video, motion sensing devices, and installation. The exhibition presents artworks exploring issues concerning masculinity and femininity, nature, memory, and time.
JCC recently honored 45 area high school students from throughout southwestern New York as the 2015 students of the year in the College Connections program.
In selecting the students of the year, schools were asked to consider College Connections participants who had embraced the challenges of completing college level work while in high school and demonstrated resourcefulness, integrity, and dedication.
JCC students who graduated in May with honors citations were recognized recently during a dinner.
Students who maintain and graduate with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better and complete a minimum of nine hours of honors level work, which includes at least one credit of fieldwork, are eligible to receive an honors citation on their transcript.
JCC hosted the College Connections Student Art Exhibition in Weeks Gallery in late May.
Savanna Raymond of Jamestown High School was awarded best of show while Brittany Fair of Cuba-Rushford Central School and Collin Hanson of Southwestern High School received honorable mention awards.
JCC offers drawing, ceramics, photography, and graphic design courses to 12 area high schools through the College Connections program. Select students in each of these courses were given an opportunity to exhibit their works at JCC.