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  • Northeast's Helena Acre partnership kicks off planting season

    by amandab  5/27/2016 9:21:32 AM --  NORFOLK - Northeast Community College kicked off planting season recently with help from a long-standing partnership with Helena Chemical Company. After several rain delays, a team consisting of Helena representatives and Northeast Agriculture faculty and administrators were eager to begin work on the 40A field at Northeast’s College Farm as part of the Helena Acre partnership.

  • Adult Ed Department earns outstanding performance award

    by jamesc  4/26/2016 1:38:05 PM --  NORFOLK – The Adult Education Department at Northeast Community College has been recognized for outstanding performance for its work.

  • Severson announces retirement as VP of Student Services

    by jamesc  4/20/2016 4:11:22 PM --  NORFOLK – The vice president of Student Services at Northeast Community College has announced her retirement. Dr. Karen Severson will step down from her position this summer.

  • Northeast sheds light on importance of utility linemen

    by jamesc  4/20/2016 10:47:28 AM --  NORFOLK – Every day, millions of Americans flip switches or press on-buttons with instantaneous electricity powering their lights, computers and everything else that makes their lives a bit easier. On Tuesday of this week, Northeast Community College joined electric utilities across the nation to thank the men and women who make sure the power stays on 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

  • Northeast students place third at NACTA Conference

    by jamesc  4/19/2016 1:57:15 PM --  CROOKSTON, MN – Northeast Community College students finished in third place in sweepstakes for two-year colleges at the 2016 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Judging Conference held at the University of Minnesota – Crookston. Northeast was one of 12 community colleges and 19 university teams to compete in the April 14-16 conference.

  • CROP-IT is a national finalist in Community College Innovation Challenge

    by jamesc  4/7/2016 8:37:12 AM --  WASHINGTON D.C. - The National Science Foundation (NSF), in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), has named Northeast Community College as one of 10 finalists for the second annual Community College Innovation Challenge, which fosters the development of crucial innovation skills among students.

  • Northeast ag students successfully develop soil probe resolution

    by jamesc  4/1/2016 9:03:04 AM --  NORFOLK – Members of a new agriculture club at Northeast Community College are to be reckoned with after successfully developing and lobbying a resolution before a Nebraska farm organization on a controversial topic often found in today’s headlines.

  • Documentary directed by Northeast instructor to be screened at Omaha festival

    by jamesc  2/26/2016 9:19:54 AM --  NORFOLK - When Voices Meet, an award-winning documentary feature film directed by an instructor at Northeast Community College will be one of only six documentaries to be shown at the upcoming Omaha Film Festival. Nancy Sutton Smith teaches digital cinema and mass media at Northeast and is also the advisor for the college newspaper, The Viewpoint.

  • Hawk sculpture project takes flight at Northeast Community College

    by amandab  2/22/2016 11:13:18 AM --  NORFOLK - What started as only an idea proposed by Northeast Community College’s Student Government Association (SGA) two years ago is quickly becoming a reality. A new sculpture of a hawk, Northeast’s mascot, is set for unveiling here this spring.

  • Northeast Veterinary Technology students receive coats and pins at ceremony

    by amandab  2/22/2016 11:05:39 AM --  NORFOLK - Students enrolled in Northeast Community College’s veterinary technology program received their coats and pins at a special ceremony held recently in Norfolk. Members of the class of 2016 received their veterinary technician’s pins. Members of the Class of 2017 were awarded a monogrammed white coat to mark their formal acceptance into the program.

  • Northeast team shares successes with colleges and universities across the country

    by jamesc  2/15/2016 11:01:29 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College serves a very diverse audience – from traditional full-time students to transfer and occupational program students. As a result, recruiting and retaining such distinct student groups, each with unique needs, can be challenging. Northeast has found a solution in connecting with prospective students, current students, alumni, donors and others and it has shared its success with other colleges and universities across the country.

  • Northeast auto body students repair car donated by State Farm

    by jamesc  2/12/2016 3:51:24 PM --  NORFOLK, NE - Students in the Auto Body Repair Technology program at Northeast Community College have gained some hands-on experience thanks to a recent car donation by State Farm®.

  • Northeast faculty to serve respondent role for American College Theater Festival

    by amandab  2/11/2016 10:53:53 AM --  Northeast Community College Director of Theatre Adam Peterson has been selected to serve as a “respondent” for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) later this month.

  • Northeast's McCarthy to chair Police Standards Advisory Council

    by jamesc  2/9/2016 3:21:02 PM --  NORFOLK – The director of the criminal justice program at Northeast Community College has been elected chairperson of the Nebraska Police Standards Advisory Council (PSAC). Matt McCarthy assumed the chair position in January after his election by fellow council members.

  • Media Arts captures Winter Storm Kayla

    by jamesc  2/5/2016 4:50:43 PM --  NORFOLK – The recent storm that hit the Norfolk area was a perfect opportunity for two media arts instructors at Northeast Community College in Norfolk to use their equipment. Brian Anderson, broadcasting instructor, and Timothy Miller, audio recording technology and digital cinema instructor, and students set up a GoPro camera in the window of the Broadcasting Department’s Newsroom in the Cox Activities Center to capture Winter Storm Kayla as it moved onto to the Norfolk campus.

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