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CCM Unveils Investment in the Sciences

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The new Nursing lab at CCM features new casework, intensive-care headwalls, lab services, flooring, energy efficient lighting, folding partitions, furniture and technology upgrades. Pictured is "Morris," one of several "human simulators," used by nursing students to train for patient care.
CCM's new Biology labs features new casework, sinks, safety shower/eye washes, bio-safety cabinets, floorings, energy efficient lighting, computers and other technology upgrades.
CCM President Edward J. Yaw (third from left) and a number of dignitaries take part in the ground breaking May 27 for the new Horticultural and Landscape Design building. Joining in the ceremony were (from left)Morris County Freeholders Deputy Director William Chegwidden, Freeholder Director Gene Feyl, CCM Board of Trustee Chair Elaine Johnson, CCM Board of Trustees Vice Chair Jeff Advokat, CCM Board of Trustees Secretary Stan Omland, CCM Board of Trustees Treasurer Joseph Longo, and Morris County Freeholder Jack Schrier. The building is scheduled to open for the spring 2011 semester.