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Ryan Hamilton recently joined our team as the dean of the STEM & Industrial Technologies Division. Check out the video to learn more about Ryan’s background and why he’s excited to work with community college students.
Alex reached out to help us celebrate 50 years of success, sharing a little about his education and career journey.
“I spent 4 years at NSCC, starting my junior year of high school. I switched from liberal arts to computer science, and graduated in spring 2019. I’ve been employed in the IT field for almost 2 and a half years now. Since December 2018, I have been employed at Millcreek-West Unity Local School District as their technology director. I am NSCC Proud!”
Shalina Zwick, NSCC graduate and Sauder employee, returned to campus for one of our recent student networking events.
Brad Geer, event organizer, shared this about her visit, “Allied Moulded and the Sauder family companies are strong supporters of NSCC students. The result of that investment is a strong member of the northwest Ohio community, Shalina Zwick. Shalina is an NSCC graduate who interned and worked with Allied Moulded before starting her career at Sauder. It was a proud moment for all of NSCC when Shalina came back to meet with current students during the Returning Champions feature of the Pizza Posse.
Shalina was a dynamic student when she was on campus and earned the 2016 honor being named to the All-Ohio Academic Team. During the Pizza Posse networking event, she talked with students about the value of her classroom education as she was interning at Allied Moulded. She also mentored the students and prepared them to be her future support as an administrative engineer at Sauder Manufacturing.”
Lonnie is a Navy veteran and a student in the mechanical engineering technology program. He currently works as a CAD writer for Allied Moulded Products, Inc in Bryan and is expected to graduate from Northwest State in May of 2020.
Help us celebrate 50 years of success! Are you a current student or graduate? Tell us what brought you to Northwest State. Share your story at NorthwestState.edu/50years.
Dr. Carr’s chemistry class had a special guest recently. Tyler Tomlins, who specializes in criminal forensics at the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Bowling Green, stopped by for a great discussion. Special thanks to Tyler for meeting with our students!
Troy graduated from Northwest State in 2017. He recently shared his NSCC Proud story with us:
“This picture tells everything of my experience at NSCC. It has allowed me to become the business professional that I am today. I worked extremely hard at NSCC and received extraordinary mentorship from the professors. I received my associate in plastics engineering technologies and certificates in plastics manufacturing and computer aided design. I currently have a professional job at Barron Lighting Group in Glendale, Arizona. Also, I am approaching my graduation at Arizona State University for a bachelor’s in engineering management. After that, I plan to continue my education in graduate school for a master’s in manufacturing engineering. NSCC allowed me to accelerate my career and advance to further my career and goals.”