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The U.S. Department of State announced the selection of Robert Emigh of Connecticut State Community Colleges-Norwalk for a 10-month fellowship extension to continue his work training teachers and teaching English in Madagascar at the University of Antananarivo. Prof. Emigh is one of only 200 U.S. citizens selected for the 2023-2024 English Language Fellow Program. The … Continue reading “Robert Emigh Selected for Extension of English Language Teaching Fellowship”
Julie Casper Roth’s documentary film Rooted Out has been nominated for a New York State Emmy Award. Casper Roth is an Assistant Professor of Film and Television at CT State-Norwalk. Her film, Rooted Out, captures the story of two men who were denied a marriage license in their hometown and the town’s efforts to erase … Continue reading “Film and TV Professor’s Documentary Film Nominated for NY Emmy Award”
Norwalk Professor of Economics and Department Chair of Social/Behavioral Science, Steven Glazer, was recently featured in WalletHub’s study about States Where Employers Are Struggling the Most in Hiring. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans lost their jobs and experienced financial difficulties due to unemployment. Now, for many employers, the shoe is on the other … Continue reading “Professor Steven Glazer Featured on Wallethub”
The Engineering Program at Norwalk Community College (NCC) has received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM program. The grant will provide scholarships of up to $10k for up to three years to academically talented low-income students in the engineering program to lower their cost of attendance at NCC. The grant … Continue reading “Engineering Program Receives $1 Million Grant for Scholarships”
NCC student Katarzyna Coppola from Prof. C. Japely’s composition class recently had her opinion piece on the importance of Gen Z voting published in the CT Mirror! To read her article, please click here.
Student Essay Contest! Norwalk students from grades 9-12 and college level can participate in an essay contest to commemorate the arrival of “The Golden Rule”. The Golden Rule is a boat owned and operated by Veterans for Peace and is making an 11,000 mile journey around the country to warn people about the dangers of … Continue reading “The Golden Rule Visits Norwalk”
The NASA CT Space Grant Consortium (CTSGC) has announced the award recipients for spring 2023. Philip Gee, Professor of Physics at Norwalk Community College, received $1,850 to facilitate NCC Science Fair by funding the necessary supplements and student awards. The NCC Science Fair provides a platform for local high school students to present their STEM-related … Continue reading “NCC Professor and Students Win NASA CT Space Grant”
Professor Tom Duffy, Chair of the Computer Science Department and Program Coordinator for the Computer Science degree, was recently featured in TechGuide’s article. The article, “Computer Science Associate Degree Programs,” dissects the importance of various Computer Science degree programs and potential career paths within the field. To read the article as well as Professor Duffy’s … Continue reading “Professor Thomas Duffy Featured in TechGuide Article”
The Practice of Democracy: A View From Connecticut examines how justice, equality and power appear in our built environment – our cities and neighborhoods, the places we call home. A View From Connecticut is a site-specific immersion of The Practice of Democracy, an interactive exhibit created in partnership with Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, The … Continue reading “The Practice of Democracy: A View From Connecticut”
NCC’s literary publication, Musings, is looking for submissions for its Spring 2023 issue. Please email your work of poetry, fiction, or art to email@example.com by April 1.