|Commitment to Diversity Scholastic Competition
Joram Kiriungi, a nursing student who was born and raised in Kenya, Kate Murphy, a local artist and community volunteer majoring in Liberal Arts, and Renee Chandler, a human services major and poet, are the winners of MWCC's Commitment to Diversity Scholastic Competition.
The students were recognized by MWCC President Daniel M. Asquino and the college's Diversity Committee on Feb. 20. Each will receive a free, three-credit academic course.
Pictured: MWCC announced the winners of the Commitment to Diversity Scholastic Competition. From left, Diversity Committee co-chair Kim Giroux, students Joram Kiriungi, Kate Murphy and Renee Chandler, President Daniel M. Asquino, and committee co-chair Carol Cullens.