Monthly Archives: January 2013

Nash Community College Recognizes Faculty & Staff Performance

Nash Community College is pleased to announce the following faculty and staff members were recently honored with the 2013 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) award. As a member of NISOD, the College has been honoring faculty, staff and administrators with this award of recognition annually since 1992. Recipients are selected based on their proven commitment to high […]

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Spring Lake Mayor to Speak at NCC Diversity and Inclusiveness Celebration

Chris V. Rey, Mayor of Spring Lake, North Carolina, will be Nash Community College’s diversity and inclusiveness celebration speaker on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 12:00pm in the college’s Brown Auditorium. The public is invited to attend. Rey is the youngest elected Mayor of Spring Lake, the third largest municipality in Cumberland County. A native of Spring Lake, he attended […]

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NCC Welders’ Art Showcased on Campus

A new jack sculpture adorns Nash Community College’s campus. Symbolic of the college’s first President, Jack Ballard, the piece represents strength, vision and innovation. NCC welding and fabrication students enrolled in the WLD 121: GMAW (MIG) class designed the jack using AutoCAD software and created the mild steel structure in approximately three weeks using a gas metal arc welding technique. […]

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Leadership Rocky Mount Tours NCC Campus

Leadership Rocky Mount participants toured Nash Community College this week as part of their focus on local higher education. In the picture, NCC Culinary Arts Instructor Chef Don Sexauer shares information about the college’s Culinary program. The campus tour included visits and demonstrations in the radio station, Math Tank, Advanced Manufacturing Lab, English Studio, Health Sciences department, Early Childhood Education […]

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NCC Graduate Committed to Lifelong Learning

Graduate, leader, instructor, student, veteran and lifelong learner: These are titles used to describe Donnie Daniels of Rocky Mount. A proven leader with over 24 years of experience in emergency services, his cross-functional background includes military, law enforcement, administrative, professional and volunteer fire experience. He personifies Dallas Herring’s philosophy, “taking people where they are and carrying them as far as […]

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