• CC-Springfield faculty member returns from devastated Puerto Rico
    Cambridge College Faculty Member Alvilda Sophia Anaya-Alegria stands before one of several public art murals she created in Guayama, PR. She recently returned from Puerto Rico after being stranded there after Hurricane Maria.
  • Cambridge College President Deborah Jackson in Power 50
    President Jackson was named in Boston Business Journal’s 2017 Power 50: The Newsmakers. She joins the list of people who are "making a difference in their business communities, blazing trails and leaving their mark on the local economy."
  • President Jackson recognized by El Planeta
    We're pleased to announce that President Deborah Jackson has been included in El Planeta's Powermeter 100, the 100 most influential people for the Hispanic community in Massachusetts.
  • MBA students strategize with Charles Street AME Church
    Our MBA class, Consulting Skills, gives students the skills and experience needed to be a management consultant by working with real-life clients. This semester we are honored to help the historic Charles Street AME Church write their strategic plan.
  • Cambridge College for Puerto Rico
    We are working to help our students, faculty, friends and families in Puerto Rico during this difficult time. We also need assistance contacting all students and faculty. If you can help, please click through for details.

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Alumni News
The Middletown Board of Education has hired Michael T. Conner (EdD '10), of Milford, as the next superintendent of schools. Conner has extensive administrative and classroom experience in Connecticut schools, including most recently as chief academic officer of Norwalk Public Schools since 2015. “I am very excited for this opportunity,” Conner said. “I am looking forward to working with the teachers, administrators and members of the community to build on what we have and improve the educational outcomes for our students.” Board chairman Vincent Loffredo commented, “The board conducted a very thorough process. Though there were many qualified candidates, Michael stood out in his credentials, intelligence and track record of success.” Michael received a doctorate in educational leadership from Cambridge College in 2010.
Faculty Spotlight
Professor Elena Cherepanov, SOPC faculty member who teaches in the Trauma Counseling program, recently returned from Dallas, Texas, where she assisted at a shelter with about 4,000 evacuees from hurricane disaster areas. She describes her experience as "profound and powerful" which made her appreciate the importance of our counseling work. Prof. Cherepanov assisted with traumatized and injured people from Port Arthur, Orange and Beaumont who had been rescued by military helicopters and who had medical conditions, special needs, injuries, and who were struggling with loss of family members, homes, belongings or pets. She recalled the wrenching case of working with a man with an infant who survived by holding onto the mother who had a stroke and drowned. Her summing up of the experience was "unbelievable resilience."