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February 2020

Dr. Veronica Watson

The Community College of Allegheny County will launch One College, One Community Reads! on Wednesday, March 4, at 6:00 p.m. at the CCAC South Campus Theatre. The public is invited to attend the kickoff of this literary initiative, which is designed to promote reading and open dialogue within the college and the wider community.

CCAC Northwest Region President Dr. Evon Walters a 2020 recipient of the prestigious Paragon Award for New Presidents.

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) has named CCAC Northwest Region President Dr. Evon Walters a 2020 recipient of the prestigious Paragon Award for New Presidents.

Students Jacob Graleski of Beaver and Andrew Knez of Bridgeville holding their award.

Community College of Allegheny County students Jacob Graleski of Beaver and Andrew Knez of Bridgeville have been recognized as Apprentice of the Year award winners by the German American Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburgh Chapter. The Apprentice of the Year Award is given to an apprentice who demonstrates extraordinary skills and abilities inside and outside of the classroom.

Turkey mousseline dish prepared by CCAC Culinary Arts students for the Olympic Culinary Preview party.

CCAC Culinary Arts students along with Associate Professor and Culinary Arts Program Coordinator Arthur Inzinga attended a preview party for members of the American Culinary Federation Culinary Team USA at Westmoreland County Community College last month.

January 2020

CCAC Honors students and faculty members pause for a photo in front of the Taj Mahal while on a study tour of India

PITTSBURGH—A group of 12 CCAC Honors students embarked on the adventure of a lifetime when they journeyed to India earlier this month for an 11-day international study tour. It was the third time the CCAC Honors program has traveled to India; the first trip took place in January 2016.

Poster of man with his back turned crossing his fingers

The Community College of Allegheny County’s South Campus Theatre will present the new musical “Normal-C” on Friday, January 17, at 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday, January 18, at 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. The musical will be performed by the original cast of students from Baldwin High School, where it made its world debut in November. The compelling story centers around three special-needs teenagers who face a dilemma—do they sacrifice everything that makes them unique for a chance to be “normal?”