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NCC Director of Electronic Media Recognized by National Council

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Nash Community College’s Director of Electronic Media Andrew Small was recently recognized for his video production by the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations at the fall district two conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Small’s Computer-Integrated Machining video and NCC Foundation video were both selected among entries from the Council’s Southeast members for bronze Medallion Awards. The Computer-Integrated Machining video featured the MAC-248 Production and Procedures Spring 2012 student class project – a scale model of the Julian B. Fenner Memorial clock located on campus. In the NCC Foundation video, friends of the college and scholarship recipients shared their experiences with Nash Community College. Both videos are available on the college’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/NashComCollege.

Andrew Small began working at Nash Community College in August of 2010 as the Website Coordinator and Graphic Designer and Photographer and was named Director of Electronic Media in 2012. He specializes in photography, videography and video editing, print design, web design, audio editing and composition.

Small also serves as advisor to Big Bang Radio, NCC’s student-run radio station broadcast locally as WNIA 89.1 FM, Tarboro, Rocky Mount, Nashville – a service of Nash Community College and Nash in Action television program which airs on EdTV, the local educational access television station operated by Nash Community College and Nash Rocky Mount Public Schools and on WHIG-TV on Suddenlink Cable channel 3 and Time Warner Cable channel 97.

Andrew Small is Nash Community College’s 2012 J. Edgar and Peggie T. Moore Staff Award recipient. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Auburn University and has held positions as graphic artist, designer, columnist, photo/video editor and art director for small and medium-sized newspapers in Alabama. Small and his wife, Angela, live in Wilson with their two sons, Lee and Cameron.