What if we told you the chair you're sitting in right now was made with the help of an electromechanical technology professional? Electromechanical technology is a field that focuses maintenance and troubleshooting of industrial machinery and equipment.
A broad subject, it teaches students the s...
Dr. Rosenthal explains how Guided Pathways in conjunction with a redesign in advising will help NCC students achieve their goals
In preparation for Fire Prevention Week 2017 (October 8-14), Tom Barnowski, director of corporate and public safety at NCC, shares best fire safety practices for businesses
Christy Bliss discusses why OSHA training is, now more than ever, a useful tool in the workplace
Many healthcare professionals may not know the approporiate way to treat and care for Transgender individuals. On October 6th, Liz Bradbury will be discussing how to navigate the questions surrounding the Transgender community in healthcare.
David Raker, adjunct astronomy professor, explains the solar eclipse as well as when and how to safely view it on Monday, August 21st
George Wacker, an adjunct professor at NCC and president of Lehigh Valley With Love Media, discusses how and why to use Google Drive
In two weeks, a Congressional decision will have a big impact on Pell Grants. Dr. Erickson reflects on why these grants are so important to low-income students.
When Professor Cara McClintock-Walsh brought Narrative 4 to NCC, she knew her colleagues and students would be captivated by the story exchange. What she didn't anticipate was her own experience of feeling empathy, as she puts it, "on a molecular level," and the avalanche of possibilities it woul...
This story begins long before I entered the 275-year-old Moravian campus. It started at a place I called home for the first three years of my college experience: Northampton Community College.
John Leiser, professor of biology, reflects on the upcoming visit to NCC by Bill McKibben, best-selling author and environmental activist.