Nicolet Area Technical College

Committee to be formed
8:33 am
Wed September 18, 2013

Nicolet College Board Postpones LRC Decision

Peter Christiansen Dental Clinic where Nicolet College Board meeting was held
Credit WXPR

The Nicolet College Board of Trustees has voted to postpone a decision on sending proposals to remodel the Learning Resources Center to the state for review.


Meeting last night in Lac du Flambeau, the board decided it was better to put a community committee together to decide the best course of action.

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Most pass first time
4:18 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Nicolet College EMT's, Firefighters At High Percentage

Credit Nicolet Area Techincal College


Nicolet College is turning out a new batch of EMTs and state certified firefighters. 25 out of 26 students passed the most recent national certification for Emergency Management Technicians. 17 out of 18 passed the state's practical firefighting exam. Director of public safety and campus security Jason Goeldner says a new curriculum helped bring in the high passing rates.


 

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Spotlight on Hunger
6:04 pm
Mon August 12, 2013

Nicolet's 'Empty Bowls' Supports Food Pantries

A Nicolet College fundraiser has raised almost $2500 for local food pantries.  Empty Bowls is based around a soup dinner served in bowls donated by local potters and Nicolet College students.  Patrons make a donation for the soup and take home the bowl.  Laura Wind Norton is an instructor at Nicolet, and she helped coordinate this year’s event.  Wind Norton says hunger is an issue that touches many in the community.

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Arts & Life
4:00 am
Wed July 24, 2013

James Pace: How Not to Pop the Magic Bubble

Competition judge James Pace traveled from Texas to choose the show's prizewinners.
Credit Natalie Jablonski / WXPR News

Winners have been announced for the Northern National Art Competition at Nicolet College.  

  The 26 winning works chosen by the judge hail from 17 states, and five are from Wisconsin.  The winners will take home a total of $8500 in prize money.  WXPR’s Natalie Jablonski met with competition judge and visual artist James Pace to hear about his selection process for the exhibition.

Prize-winning works and the rest of the nearly 90 pieces in the juried exhibition will be on display at the Nicolet College gallery through September 6th.  

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No Two Works Alike
5:31 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Northern National Readies for Opening Night

The Northern National Art Competition opens Tuesday.
Credit Natalie Jablonski / WXPR News

Tuesday night marks the opening of the Northern National Art Competition at Nicolet College.  

The exhibition features 86 works from around the country.  Visual artist James Pace selected the pieces.  At the opening reception Pace will speak about why he chose the works he did, and announce the winning recipients of  $8500 in total prize money.  Pace says the selections in the show represent a wide variety of media, styles and subjects.

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Building the Local Workforce
2:52 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Nicolet Ramps Up Welding Program

Nicolet Area Technical College is partnering with manufacturing company Oldenburg Group.
Credit Ryan Neuls

Nicolet Area Technical College is working with Oldenburg Group, which has a facility west of  Rhinelander, to get more welders in the workforce.

Oldenburg makes equipment for military operations and mining.

Dean of Trades and Industry at Nicolet, Brigitte Parsons says the increased emphasis on programs like welding shows a growing need in the marketplace.

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Grants help expand opportunities
1:36 pm
Wed June 12, 2013

NATC Budget Passes With No Levy Increase

Nicolet budget approved
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The Nicolet College Board of Trustees has passed a budget for next year that keeps the total tax levy the same as last year.


The local levy stays the same at $20.8 million.


College President Libby Burmaster says they were able to cut one and a half positions from the staff and hold the levy. They have cut 22 staff positions since 2010-11.


She says they were able to find outside dollars...

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