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CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming Chef Teaches Master Pizza Class at NVCC
CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming Chef Teaches Master Pizza Class at NVCC

CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming...

CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming Chef Teaches Master Pizza Class at NVCC

CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming Chef Teaches Master Pizza Class at NVCC

Kory Loga, Manager of Bella’Gio Restaurant donned his apron to help his brother, Kelment Loga, a student in the Food Prep II class at NVCC,...
Naugatuck Valley Community College Welcomes Displaced Ridley-Lowell Students
Naugatuck Valley Community College Welcomes Displaced Ridley-Lowell Students

Naugatuck Valley Community College...

Naugatuck Valley Community College Welcomes Displaced Ridley-Lowell Students

Naugatuck Valley Community College Welcomes Displaced Ridley-Lowell Students

Responding to the untimely closing of Ridley-Lowell Business and Technical Institute, Naugatuck Valley Community College has issued an invitation to...
NVCC Honored by Distinguished Library Award
NVCC Honored by Distinguished Library Award

NVCC Honored by Distinguished...

NVCC Honored by Distinguished Library Award

NVCC Honored by Distinguished Library Award

The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announced the recipients of the 2018 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. Naugatuck...
NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual Poetry on Danbury Campus
NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual Poetry on Danbury Campus

NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual...

NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual Poetry on Danbury Campus

NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual Poetry on Danbury Campus

Naugatuck Valley Community College hosted a special evening of poetry featuring three local writers and poets at Confluencia on March 27 at the...
NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred: Living in Peace” Talk
NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred: Living in Peace” Talk

NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred:...

NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred: Living in Peace” Talk

NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred: Living in Peace” Talk

Three prominent spiritual leaders from Connecticut discussed religious sensitivity and approaches to peace in the first edition of a series of talks...
Making Textbooks Affordable
Making Textbooks Affordable

Making Textbooks Affordable

Making Textbooks Affordable

Making Textbooks Affordable

Skyrocketing tuitions and student loan debt can make affording college a challenge for many, and a dream that’s out of reach for some.
CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming Chef Teaches Master Pizza Class at NVCC 19 April 2018

CT Magazine 2018 Best Up and Coming Chef Teaches Master Pizza Class at NVCC

Kory Loga, Manager of Bella’Gio Restaurant donned his apron to help his brother, Kelment Loga, a student in the Food Prep II class at NVCC, teach a Master Pizza Class in the Culinary Program at NVCC today. Kel, who works at his family-owned Restaurant, Bella’Gio in Cheshire, was voted best up and coming chef in CT by Readers Choice in CT Magazine.
 

Naugatuck Valley Community College Welcomes Displaced Ridley-Lowell Students 11 April 2018

Naugatuck Valley Community College Welcomes Displaced Ridley-Lowell Students

Responding to the untimely closing of Ridley-Lowell Business and Technical Institute, Naugatuck Valley Community College has issued an invitation to all displaced students to meet with NVCC staff at their Danbury campus, and attend an Open House at their Waterbury campus.

NVCC Honored by Distinguished Library Award 11 April 2018

NVCC Honored by Distinguished Library Award

The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announced the recipients of the 2018 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. Naugatuck Valley Community College’s Max R. Traurig Library proudly represented the community college category this year.

NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual Poetry on Danbury Campus 3 April 2018

NVCC Hosts Night of Multilingual Poetry on Danbury Campus

Naugatuck Valley Community College hosted a special evening of poetry featuring three local writers and poets at Confluencia on March 27 at the College’s Danbury Campus.

NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred: Living in Peace” Talk 3 April 2018

NVCC Hosts “Harmony & Hatred: Living in Peace” Talk

Sponsored by the Center for Racial Dialogue and Communal Transformation

Three prominent spiritual leaders from Connecticut discussed religious sensitivity and approaches to peace in the first edition of a series of talks hosted at NVCC, sponsored by the College’s newly-formed Center for Racial Dialogue and Communal Transformation.

Making Textbooks Affordable 3 April 2018

Making Textbooks Affordable

NVCC Hosts Open Educational Resources Conference

Skyrocketing tuitions and student loan debt can make affording college a challenge for many, and a dream that’s out of reach for some.

NVCC Has Given This Displaced American Citizen a Fresh Opportunity and a New Life 3 April 2018

NVCC Has Given This Displaced American Citizen a Fresh Opportunity and a New Life

By Ariadna Lopez

I was born on a beautiful island in the Caribbean---Borinquen, otherwise known as Puerto Rico. For eighteen years I’ve seen the beauty of my home from sunrise to sunset.

NVCC Student Awarded American Physical Therapy Assistant Scholarship 3 April 2018

NVCC Student Awarded American Physical Therapy Assistant Scholarship

The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) informed Chelsea Clow, a recent graduate of the NVCC Physical Therapy Assistant Program, that she had won the Mary McMillan Scholarship Award. 

Student Government Officers Remind Graduating NVCC Students to Apply for Graduation 3 April 2018

Student Government Officers Remind Graduating NVCC Students to Apply for Graduation

SGA President Emily Verdosci and Secretary Christopher Gordon will be among the NVCC students graduating this May. The two SGA officers donned their robes last week as a friendly reminder that all students who plan to graduate this May remember to apply to graduate. It is the responsibility of students to apply for graduation, even they do not plan to attend the ceremony. Students may download the application for graduation here. For those students who will be attending commencement, caps and gowns can be picked up on May 3 and May 4 from 9:00am – 7:00pm in room S518.

NVCC’s 2018 Commencement will be held on Thursday, May 24 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. More details on commencement are at: nv.edu/commencement.

Mark Your Calendar for NVCC’s Spring Open House 2 April 2018

Mark Your Calendar for NVCC’s Spring Open House

A chance to explore affordable degree programs, tour campus, start application process

If you’re graduating high school, thinking of going back to school, or are ready for a career change, mark your calendar for Sunday, April 29 when Naugatuck Valley Community College hosts its free Spring Open House.

NVCC Professor and Author Steve Parlato Discusses Second YA Novel 2 April 2018

NVCC Professor and Author Steve Parlato Discusses Second YA Novel

With a panel at NVCC including faculty, staff, and students

Local author and Associate Professor of English Steve Parlato celebrated the publication of his latest young adult novel, The Precious Dreadful Tuesday with an NVCC-hosted panel discussion including NVCC students, faculty, and staff. Four of Parlato’s advanced readers, professors Patti Pallis, Julia Petitfrere, Kate Pelletier, and Center for Academic Planning & Student Success Director Bonnie Goulet read excerpts from his book and led a discussion on elements of the novel such as characterization, plot, themes, and artistic inspiration.

NVCC Holds 5K Food Pantry Fundraiser 27 March 2018

NVCC Holds 5K Food Pantry Fundraiser

Strong community response for good cause

Community members, students, faculty, and staff braved cool temperatures and overcast skies March 25 to run and walk raising nearly $1,200.00 for NVCC’s student food pantry.

NEWN Conference Brings Together Workforce Development Leaders 19 March 2018

NEWN Conference Brings Together Workforce Development Leaders

at NVCC

Nearly 100 workforce development professionals and industry partners gathered to share ideas, best practices, and programs at the March 16 NEWN conference hosted by NVCC.  

NVCC Hosts Connecticut Girl Scouts for STEMagination Family Science Night 6 March 2018

NVCC Hosts Connecticut Girl Scouts for STEMagination Family Science Night

NVCC was the proud host of the Connecticut Girl Scouts at their STEMagination Family Science Night held...  

Students, Faculty, Staff, Community Members Get Pulse on Privilege 6 March 2018

Students, Faculty, Staff, Community Members Get Pulse on Privilege

NVCC Hosts Interactive Walk

As they arrived at the event, NVCC students, faculty, staff, and community members were asked to walk around several large sheets of paper posted on the walls of the Leever Atrium and brainstorm.

Leading Cybersecurity Professionals Speak on Career Forecast 28 February 2018

Leading Cybersecurity Professionals Speak on Career Forecast

At NVCC’s Careers in Cybersecurity Talk

What’s it like to work in cybersecurity? What are the job prospects in the field, and how are organizations preparing their enterprises from being compromised? Those questions were the anchors for Naugatuck Valley Community College’s “Careers in Cybersecurity,” talk hosted on its Waterbury Campus with live feed to the Danbury campus on February 26.

NVCC Professor and Author Steve Parlato Publishes Second YA Novel 20 February 2018

NVCC Professor and Author Steve Parlato Publishes Second YA Novel

Celebrates sophomore novel with readings and launch

Local author and Associate Professor of English Steve Parlato celebrated the publication of his latest young adult novel, The Precious Dreadful Tuesday night with a meet and greet and book signing at the Barnes and Noble located at 235 Union Street in Waterbury.

Free Tax Preparation Available in Your Neighborhood 20 February 2018

Free Tax Preparation Available in Your Neighborhood

NVCC’s Waterbury Campus Will Host VITA Site

For individuals who earn $54,000 or less, the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will help those who need assistance preparing their tax returns. IRS-certified volunteers will provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing of Federal and State returns.

NVCC Responds to Student Needs with Campus Food Pantry 20 February 2018

NVCC Responds to Student Needs with Campus Food Pantry

Preparations for the establishment of a Food Pantry on NVCC’s Waterbury campus have been underway for some time, but this month, the Pantry had its official ribbon-cutting on February 14.

Community Artist and Instructor Reflects on Career, Art 8 February 2018

Community Artist and Instructor Reflects on Career, Art

Pasquale Joseph (Joe) DeCicco, an English adjunct at NVCC since 1989, is known for his relief carvings that grace many of the College’s walls. Prior to NVCC, DeCicco taught at Waterbury’s Crosby High School for 25 years. Aside from his love of education, DeCicco enjoys creating art for colleagues and the community. “I’m inspired by the idea of beauty,” he said. Last year, the Vatican accepted Joe’s gift of a relief carving depicting the face on the Shroud of Turin and sent Joe a “Thank You” from Pope Francis’ secretary. He also has carvings that were accepted by the past and present White House administrations.  A wood bas relief with acrylics of Abraham Lincoln created by DeCicco is included in the Spring 2018 NVCC Faculty Art show which is currently on display in the Community Room in Founders Hall.

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