Mike Arons, parent of two MCS alumni, classes of 1983 and 1986, and grandparent of a current student, class of 2024, is an MCS Trustee. He has served as chair of the Board and the Board’s Finance Committee. After receiving his Ph.D. in theoretical physics, he taught Physics at City College for many years and then went into university administration where he served as dean of science, and provost at City and academic vice-president at Long Island University. He then resumed teaching Physics at LIU, and has recently retired.
What makes MCS special to you?
The incredible education my son and daughter received, infused with a sense of community and social commitment was very special, and I am thrilled that my granddaughter is now having similar experiences.