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Nursing Honors Day Awards over $60k in Scholarships

Nursing Honors Day Awards over $60k in Scholarships

April 20, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: press release, 2018, April 2018, nursing, development

National Park College Nursing Division hosted the annual Nursing Honors Day event Thursday, awarding more than $60,000 in scholarships to nursing students.

Nursing Honors Day Awards over $60k in Scholarships

Respiratory Therapy to Host Pinning Ceremony

April 19, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, press advisory, April 2018, health science

National Park College (NPC) Respiratory Care program will host a pinning ceremony for program completers Friday, April 27 at 6 p.m. in the Frederick M. Dierks Center for Nursing and Health Sciences.

Respiratory Therapy to Host Pinning Ceremony
Geology Students Collect Data from Bull Bayou

Geology Students Collect Data from Bull Bayou

April 18, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: press release, 2018, April 2018, math science

National Park College (NPC) students from Dr. George Maxey’s Geology class continued gathering data estimating the total annual discharge from Bull Bayou Creek into Lake Hamilton last week.

Geology Students Collect Data from Bull Bayou
NPTC Students Earn Seven Medals At State Skills USA Competition

NPTC Students Earn Seven Medals At State Skills USA Competition

April 16, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, press release, nptc

National Park Technology Center (NPTC) students competed in the Arkansas SkillsUSA State Championships this week at the Hot Springs Convention Center.

NPTC Students Earn Seven Medals At State Skills USA Competition
Respiratory Program Earns Five Year Accreditation

Respiratory Program Earns Five Year Accreditation

April 16, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, press release, health sciences

National Park College (NPC) Respiratory Care program received a five-year continuing accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (COARC) last week.

Respiratory Program Earns Five Year Accreditation
Lunch and Lecture Featured Tsunemi Yamashita

Lunch and Lecture Featured Tsunemi Yamashita

April 11, 2018
author: mkrafft@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, campus news, math science

The National Park College (NPC) Math and Sciences Division First Friday Lunch and Lecture Series featured Dr. Tsunemi Yamashita, genetic engineering expert and professor of Biology at Arkansas Tech University (ATU).

Lunch and Lecture Featured Tsunemi Yamashita
NPC TO HOST AEROSPACE DAY

NPC TO HOST AEROSPACE DAY

April 10, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, press advisory, technical professional

National Park College (NPC) will host an Aerospace Day Tuesday, April 17 from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Aerospace Lab (TS100) at NPC.

NPC TO HOST AEROSPACE DAY
CDAC Presents

CDAC Presents "We Belong" Panelists

April 10, 2018
author: mkrafft@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, press release, CDAC

The National Park College (NPC) Cultural Diversity Awareness Club (CDAC) hosted a panel of guests continuing the “We Belong” series Friday.

CDAC Presents "We Belong" Panelists
National Park College Breaks Ground On Student Commons

National Park College Breaks Ground On Student Commons

April 09, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, press advisory, President's Office, development

National Park College (NPC) held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday, April 6 for a new Student Commons building. Governor Asa Hutchinson addressed the crowd and the Oaklawn Foundation announced a $400,000 gift for the Hospitality and Tourism program.

National Park College Breaks Ground On Student Commons
NPC Criminal Justice Program Receives Entergy Grant

NPC Criminal Justice Program Receives Entergy Grant

April 02, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, press advisory, social science, newsletter

The National Park College (NPC) Criminal Justice Program received a grant from Entergy last month. The funds were used to purchase a thermal imaging camera for the program’s crime lab.

NPC Criminal Justice Program Receives Entergy Grant
February Student Of The Month

February Student Of The Month

April 02, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, April 2018, campus news, math science

Laura Alonso-Lopez was announced as February’s student of the month. Dr. Rebekah Robinette said Alonso-Lopez is a dedicated student and is one of the top students in Anatomy and Physiology II and Microbiology courses this term. She serves as a college ambassador and interim vice president of Phi Theta Kappa.

February Student Of The Month
First Friday Lecture Features Genetic Engineering Expert

First Friday Lecture Features Genetic Engineering Expert

April 01, 2018
author: mritter@np.edu
tags: 2018, March 2018, press advisory, math science

The National Park College (NPC) First Friday Lunch and Lecture Series will feature Dr. Tsunemi Yamashita, professor of Biology at Arkansas Tech University (ATU).

First Friday Lecture Features Genetic Engineering Expert
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