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NTCC calls for entries in poster contest

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The ninth annual McGraw-Hill Poster Contest is set for Friday, April 29 at 9:30 a.m. in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. This contest recognizes and rewards creative student scholarship in Northeast Texas. Area high school seniors, college and university students are welcome to compete. The

Honors Northeast brings home top prizes from TSHA meeting

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Northeast Texas Community College Honors scholars walked away from the 2016 March meeting of the Webb auxiliary of the Texas State Historical Association with a total of five cash prizes – more than ever before in the history of NTCC. The most unprecedented win was Presidential Scholar, Hector Zuniga’s first-place ($400) prize for his 15-page essay on

Staff hosts reception for Dr. Josh Stewart

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Dr. Josh Stewart, Vice President for Student and Outreach Services, addressed approximately 60 staff members of the NTCC Outreach Services Department at a recent reception held in his honor.  Staff from the NTCC Outreach Department, Adult Education, Communities In Schools and Upward Bound programs hosted the event for Dr. Stewart at Region 8 Education Service Center.  A

A&M Texarkana invites NTCC students, staff to attend lecture by Nobel laureate


Texas A&M-Texarkana invites NTCC students and staff to attend this event on their main campus Dr. Roy Glauber Courtesy of Harvard University Nobel laureate Dr. Roy Glauber, Mallinckrodt Professor Emeritus of Physics at Harvard University, will discuss “Some Recollections of Los Alamos and the Nuclear Era” on Monday, April 4, at 7 p.m. at Texas

Team Arise, Raw Iron Gyms give $1,000 for NTCC Scholarship

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Team Arise and Raw Iron Gyms recently teamed up to give $1,000 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. Pictured making the donation to Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement (center) is Michael Brown (left), Founder of the non-profit organization Team Arise, and Brad Duncan (right), owner of Raw Iron Gym and Raw

Whatley Center to host Pinkalicious musical

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The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College will host the popular children’s musical Pinkalicious Sunday, April 3 at 2:30 p.m. This special event will close out the 2015-2016 Whatley Center special event calendar.    “We have had a great year of performances and we are thrilled to finish up with this lively,

Scholarship fund established, service planned in memory of Beth Thompson

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      Beth Thompson loved Northeast Texas Community College. Her husband, with the help of family and friends, plans to keep her legacy alive at the institution through a scholarship in her memory. The Margaret Beth Reudelhuber Thompson Memorial Scholarship for Women in Accounting and Business was recently established with the Northeast Texas Community

Psi Beta plans suicide prevention event

The Northeast Texas Community College chapter of the Psi Beta honors society will host a Suicide Prevention Conference and 5K Walk to Fight Suicide Saturday, April 23. The event will be held on the NTCC campus and the conference will begin with two speakers at 5 p.m. in the Whatley Foyer. The walk will begin at

Andrew Yox wins TSHA Leadership in Education Award

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Dr. Andrew Yox, Northeast Texas Community College’s Honors Director, recently reached a climactic moment of his  twenty-year career in Northeast Texas. On March 4 in Irving, The Texas State Historical Association (TSHA) awarded Yox the Mary Jon and J.P. Bryan Leadership in Education Award, a citation that came with a $5,000 prize.  It is the

Angelica Fuentes receives Guistwhite Scholarship

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Angelica Fuentes, a sophomore at Northeast Texas Community College, recently learned that she has received the prestigious 2016 Phi Theta Kappa Guistwhite Scholarship. Her selection was based on the score she earned in the Guistwhite Scholarship Competition, for which over 1,800 applications were received. Fuentes is one of only 15 students selected for this honor internationally.