Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The research team met up with Dr. Roy Mason, MSJC former president, this morning.  We appreciate him for taking the time to talk with us about his period at MSJC.  Reta has this to share:

Today’s class adventure was interviewing Dr. Roy Mason, MSJC former president.  He was very enthusiastic talking to the research team, Gilbert, Sandi, Danielle, and I about what he did for the school when he was the president and now that he is the instructor and the department chair of the Biology Department at the Menifee Campus. Dr. Mason served as a president at Mt. San Jacinto College between 1994 -1999. During his time of presidency, the Honors Program and Phi Theta Kappa program were started. He offered his insight and shared his experience with MSJC for the past 18 years that he has been here. The team was very happy interviewing him and listening to his experience as a president and as an instructor. I want to take the time to thank Dr. Mason for taking the time to talk with us about his experience at MSJC.

1 comment:

  1. I want to take a moment to thank Dr. Mason and everyone involved with this 50th Anniversary Project. We have been receiving excellent feedback from all affiliated with MSJC - from our President Dr. Schultz to the people who have graciously responded to our requests about MSJC history. The first script draft has been submitted; I am overwhelmed with how well the project is developing. Thank you again for all your support. I am looking forwarded to continuing to be a part of this energetic and passionate team as we continue through our pre-production phase.