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NECC Honors Retirees
November 9, 2015 – 10:00 pm
NECC Honors Retirees

One-hundred and forty longtime members of Northern Essex Community College’s faculty and staff were recognized for their service to the college at a luncheon on Friday, Nov. 6 on the Haverhill Campus.
Bill Heineman, vice president …

Track Star Takes on Role of Track and Field Coach
November 5, 2015 – 8:48 pm
Track Star Takes on Role of Track and Field Coach

When Michael Giardina was a sophomore at Lowell High School, he joined the track and field team to cross-train for his favored sport – wrestling. Quickly, however, the track replaced the mat and now seven …

NECC Employees Recognized
October 19, 2015 – 6:43 pm
NECC Employees Recognized

Three Northern Essex Community College employees, Allison Gagne and Dianne Lahaye of Haverhill and Tina Favara of Kensington, NH, recently received the NECC Employee Recognition Award for the third quarter of 2015.
The Employee Recognition Award …

NECC’s Cavallaro Works on Bach Masterpiece
September 8, 2015 – 7:41 pm
NECC’s Cavallaro Works on Bach Masterpiece

Northern Essex Community College English faculty member Lenny Cavallaro has had a productive year on both the literary and musical fronts.  He has written several interviews, a short story, and a novelette. Cavallaro also had …

New NECC Coach Runs Cross Country Program
September 3, 2015 – 8:14 pm
New NECC Coach Runs Cross Country Program

Thom Bradley was nearly 28 when he discovered the merits of running. Now, 38 years later he is sharing those merits with students at Northern Essex Community College as he works to resurrect its cross …

NECC Profile: Paul Chanley
August 19, 2015 – 3:41 pm
NECC Profile: Paul Chanley

Professor Paul Chanley is the heartbeat of the NECC Engineering Program, which, with close to 300 students, is one of the college’s largest and fastest growing programs. In addition to preparing students for transfer to …

Cahaly Brings Engineering Experience to the Classroom
August 10, 2015 – 7:34 pm
Cahaly Brings Engineering Experience to the Classroom

With seven patents and 32 years in the engineering field, Jim Cahaly has a hands-on kind of knowledge that he easily shares with his engineering students.
He became interested in engineering as a child growing up …

Criminal Justice Program Produces Helpers
July 28, 2015 – 3:12 pm
Criminal Justice Program Produces Helpers

Scott Joubert may teach tough courses in NECC’s Criminal Justice Program, but at heart he is really a “helper” teaching others to be “helpers”.
This may sound simple, Joubert says, but criminal justice is anything but simple.
“While …

Teaching Technology is Her Trade
July 27, 2015 – 6:43 pm
Teaching Technology is Her Trade

While other children were playing with toys, a young Adrianna Holden-Gouveia was playing with technology.
“I’ve always been into technology,” the NECC computer and information sciences (CIS) professor says. “I can’t really remember a time when we didn’t …

There is No Mystery to a Great Library Experience
July 13, 2015 – 1:21 pm
There is No Mystery to a Great Library Experience

Like the character in a good library book, NECC librarian Jenny Fielding is a resourceful detective, which is just what college students want in their campus librarian – even if they don’t know it.
It’s the …

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