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One Thing to Know: How to Survive the Holiday (and Exam!) Season
One Thing to Know: How to Survive the Holiday (and Exam!) Season
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How can you survive final exams and the holiday hubbub? The answer may surprise you. I recently sat down with NWTC student Katie Cline to talk about managing stress during this not-always-so-jolly season. A Wellness and Health Promotion associate degree student, Katie is...
Wednesday November 29, 2017
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Are you better off now?
Are you better off now?
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The words of President Ronald Reagan popped into my head today when I answered the NWTC graduate follow-up survey. Reagan posed this question: “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?” That simple question helped Reagan win the election. I thought of those word...
Friday November 17, 2017
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Friends Of NWTC
Friends Of NWTC
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The Fall / Winter 2017 issue of the Friends Of NWTC magazine is here! - Read the newest issue today! Some highlights are: College of business is ready for its close-up; Referendum Construction: new buildings and spaces; NWTC students conduct ground-breaking HIV research; and "...
Monday November 13, 2017
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How adult learners can thrive in a tech-reliant world
How adult learners can thrive in a tech-reliant world
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One of my business clients described herself as a “dumb blonde with a Smartphone.” That certainly wasn’t true, but it’s a feeling many of us Generation X-ers can relate to. We didn’t grow up in the digital age, with a phone in our pocket, a laptop on our desk, and the world at...
Wednesday October 11, 2017
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The ‘sound of progress’ is heard at the NWTC campus
The ‘sound of progress’ is heard at the NWTC campus
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Editor note: Joan wrote this blog in the spring of 2017 during construction.  A wayward thought popped into my head when I was in my Event Marketing class this semester: John Maier’s wife doesn’t snore! Now let me explain. Students like me who have class in the Busi...
Wednesday October 11, 2017
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How to Dress for Success without Spending a Dime
How to Dress for Success without Spending a Dime
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Growing up as the fifth child in a family of six girls, I was accustomed to wearing my older sisters’ hand-me-downs. As teenagers we often shared our clothes. I guess that’s one reason I visited the Career Closet at NWTC. The stigma of wearing second-hand clothing was trump...
Wednesday September 27, 2017
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One Thing to Know: New Spaces for Marinette Students
One Thing to Know: New Spaces for Marinette Students
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If you watch home improvement/decorating shows like Love It or List It or Fixer Upper , then you’re familiar with the “big reveal.” You know, that moment when the owners come back after weeks or months to their renovated house and exclaim, “Are you sure this is the same pl...
Wednesday August 30, 2017
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Even college students are susceptible to First Day of School jitters
Even college students are susceptible to First Day of School jitters
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By Joan Koehne As a mom of two kids, sending them off on the first day of school was always special, but the elementary school years were especially magical. Our kids’ backpacks and lunch boxes would be packed and ready on the eve of the first day, and the kids would choose...
Wednesday August 30, 2017
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