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April 9, 2014

Hundreds Attend Robotics Milking Open Barn Event at Iowa's Dairy Center

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April 9, 2014

NICC Leading Implementation of $2.7M U.S. Department of Labor Grant to Upper Explorerland

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April 8, 2014

Advanced Manufacturing Program Made Available to Northeast Iowa High Schools

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April 7, 2014

NICC Diversity Committee Sponsoring 'The Deaf Duckling' April 22-23

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April 22, 2014

Fall 2014 New Student Registration Begins

Registration for new students for the fall 2014 semester begins.

April 22, 2014, 10:15 - 11:15 a.m.

Calmar: "Deaf Duckling" by Mixed Blood Theater

Featuring a talented cast of deaf and hearing actors, this innovative show intertwines the familiar fairy tale with the story of a deaf child born into a hearing family. Performed simultaneously in English and American Sign Language, the performance is free, open to public and will be held in Wilder Auditorium.

April 23, 2014, 10:15 a.m.

Peosta: The Deaf Duckling Performance

Featuring a talented cast of deaf and hearing actors, this show intertwines the fairy tale with the story of a deaf child born into a hearing family. This show will be performed in English and American Sign Language in Conference Center 1.


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Early interest in tractors and machinery fuels career ambitions

Nathan GrellAn affinity for John Deere tractors at his grandparents’ farm fueled Nathan Grell’s inquisitive childhood and interest in agricultural machinery, maintenance and repair.

 

“When I was growing up, I really enjoyed working on my grandparents’ 1949 John Deere B tractor and its two-cylinder engine,” Grell said, who is graduating in May from the Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) John Deere TECH program at the Calmar campus.

 

Learn more about how Grell's passion lead him to sucess within the John Deere TECH program.

An overcrowded, unkept and unsanitary Romanian orphanage defined Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) student Dan Joyce’s first nine years of life until an American couple from Dubuque, Iowa, adopted him in 1994.

His adoption by John and Pauline Joyce proved to be transformational; from his new family he learned to embrace the importance of volunteerism, the value of a college education, the success earned from hard work and the obligation, when we succeed, to give back to others.

- See more at: https://cms.nicc.edu/terminalfour/SiteManager?ctfn=publish&fnno=30&sid=1978&chid=10&lang=en&scid=9203&sp=false&act=32#sthash.kN9yZQBN.dpuf

An overcrowded, unkept and unsanitary Romanian orphanage defined Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) student Dan Joyce’s first nine years of life until an American couple from Dubuque, Iowa, adopted him in 1994.

His adoption by John and Pauline Joyce proved to be transformational; from his new family he learned to embrace the importance of volunteerism, the value of a college education, the success earned from hard work and the obligation, when we succeed, to give back to others.

- See more at: https://cms.nicc.edu/terminalfour/SiteManager?ctfn=publish&fnno=30&sid=1978&chid=10&lang=en&scid=9203&sp=false&act=32#sthash.kN9yZQBN.dpuf